Ocean in the Drop

Utterly critical is the need for society to promptly embrace the understanding that balance is inherent within survival of the fittest — not the horribly inflammatory, excessive, and continuous competition for the antisocial sake of overly aggressive “alphas” to continuously consolidate leverage roughly from society.

To solidify that understanding, balance is inherent within stability, stability is inherent within composure, composure is inherent within competence, and competence is inherent within survival of the fittest.

That critical understanding inevitably leads to the societal need to balance a healthy work ethic with a healthy rest ethic — the latter basically and hideously absent during humanity’s too-often brutally aggressive run so far due to the aforementioned continuous “alpha” turmoil that has basically always driven humanity.

Ending that turmoil requires an adaptation towards supreme alpha reality.

Reality is actuality, actuality is whatever happens, and whatever happens is 100% powerful — so is supreme alpha reality, demonstrably speaking.

Anyone/anything is objectively reality due to the absence of any genuinely objective boundary within this reality of pure energy (according to mainstream physics).

So you objectively are supreme alpha reality.

You can experience that extremely powerful truth simply by resting the boundaries of your mind that forms leverage within reality — the boundaries that identify words, beings, stuff, and events. That practice is called restful meditation, and the goal is enlightenment in this case (the supreme idling of self).

As balance is inherent within stability, there can be no free dominant pressure (i.e. power) within reality. So that absurd competition for more power is also simultaneously pathetically a competition for less power ultimately.

Supreme alpha reality is pure stability, logically and restfully meditatively speaking. Stability is power, so not the perpetual growth of leverage within reality (i.e. the shortsighted illusion of power).

As society globalizes, individual space is shrinking in places due to the absence of any species or tragedy (at least so far) capable of keeping humanity’s population in check.

Spacemixing leads to a sonic result that intricately shapes the listener’s sense of space, so can instantly create the sensation of a healthy and optionally distant space to apparently improve mental health.

It would be lovely to have a scientific exploration into the sense of space as a role in mental health (if that science does not already exist, while noting that I am too busy to look into it for now), so society has firm leverage to convince people to embrace a healthy (e.g. not legislatively forced) population cap in tune with our possible residential reach within existence.

Yogis who are familiar with Ishq have likely gravitated to another song titled “Bhakti” from the same album containing the herein embedded song titled “Opal” — and yes, the “Bhakti” spacemix is coming upon natural readiness (likely fairly soon) fwiw+btw.

For your convenient comparison, the following is the original version of this sonic ocean in the drop…

I am an honest freak (or reasonably responsibly balanced "misfit", if you prefer) of an artist working and resting to best carefully contribute towards helping society. Too many people abuse reasoning (e.g. 'partial truth = whole truth' scam), while I exercise reason to explore and express whole truth without any conflict-of-interest -- all within a sometimes offbeat style of psychedelic artistry.

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