That ofc is my tributary spacemixed version of this classic Pink Floyd song.
The following is the original version for your convenient comparison…
Spacemixing shifts the perspective of that great song — not to improve it, but to artistically expand upon its ripple throughout existence.
That new perspective is tuned in with my perspective of reality these days, while I hope that perspective will tune in with yours.
Spacemixing can come across as a fairly mild effect upon casual listening, but there is a lot of intricacy within my spacemixes. If you really want to hear the difference, listen to the above versions on your best sound system (headphones may work best) at the healthiest volume on the loud side. Additionally, adding a psychedelic mindset likely intensifies the sonic distinction between versions.
Reportedly, the song is basically about the Machine (i.e. the people in power) cultivating a youth who thinks that he is rebelling against the Machine.
As teenagers, we seek independence as a natural part of brain development in preparation for ‘leaving the nest’ to make our own way within this complex world. That independence typically includes a rebellious stance against the uncool establishment.
While the song focuses upon a son within a certain context, the sonic message applies to us all.
I applied some yogic styling to the spacemix, because the “Machine” is not limited to humanity.
We are all seamlessly a part of the “Machine” called reality — a “Machine” that inclusively cultivated the people in power.
“The path to power is the path to powerlessness in a balanced reality.” – Rule of Reality
That Rule governs us all, sensibly speaking. We all unavoidably serve that balance, because that balance is actuality (a stable system of energy, according to mainstream science).
Those of us who exercise power large or small need to be aware of reality’s ultimate and pure dominance, although there is one extremely powerfully serious caveat… you objectively are reality (the totality of existence).
That remains objectively true, because mainstream science only concludes that reality is pure seamless energy, so there is literally no objective boundary to prevent you from being reality.
Our brains are energy, as mass is mainstream scientifically equivalent to energy. Therefore the boundary-drawing part of our brains (allowing us to identify words, people, stuff, and events) is simply modulating energy that deludes us into thinking that there are objective boundaries.
One can meditate upon that spacemix and the resulting overall message.
Restful meditation (i.e. resting the boundary-drawing part of your brain) is the natural sensation of that resonating oneness as reality — i.e. the objective self.