Do you need to party hard within three minutes?
Then have we got the embedded song for you!
There is a comedic show called Cuckoo, which I saw on Netflix many years ago. I highly recommend the first season, if you can find it. The following seasons deviated from that positivity overall imho, but thankfully the first season resolves itself nicely (no cliff hangers). Within that show is a scene containing the power of that song, and the rest is history.
I assume the power (not just a power) is supreme alpha reality power — i.e. ‘whatever happens equals 100% power’ kind of power.
Why do we have the power that the song claims that we have? Because each one of us objectively is that power, based upon the fact that no genuinely objective boundary exists to possibly invalidate that extremely powerful truism within this reality of pure energy (according to mainstream science).
That power is celebrated via intense partying within this sonic case.
If you want to experience that extremely powerful truism (i.e. experience that you are objectively reality itself) as purely as possible, then simply rest the part of your brain that draws boundaries for leverage within reality — the boundaries that identify words, people, stuff, and events — and feel the totality of existence itself (the supreme idling of self). That sensation is called enlightenment, and that restful practice is called restful meditation.
What I find humorous is, taken out of context (I assume that song is part of a disc jockey mix that greatly extends the partying vibe), that song ends abruptly within three minutes. So that song thrusts you into a hardcore partying vibe, then mercilessly pulls the rug out from under you in less than three minutes, which was a bit amusingly jarring upon my first listen.
My spacemixing approach was to optimize the intensity of that partying power with a healthy dose of psychedelic impact.
For convenient comparison, the following is the original mix…
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