Hans Zimmer Live

The other night, I went to see Hans Zimmer Live with my wife. Before the concert, I took a sugar cube with some high-grade LSD. As we waited for the show to start, and the crowd filled the arena, the LSD began to kick in and I could feel a wave of reptilian energy flowing through the arena. It felt as though everyone in the entire place was whispering to me at the same time. It was a bit overwhelming, but I just breathed through it.

The energy settled and leveled out and the concert began.


He introduced the incredible Tina Guo, speaking about how she learned to play the violin at the age of three and has practiced eight hours a day so she could play.

“The thing that hasn’t changed, and I don’t think will ever change, is that the operative word in music is “play.” You have to have a playfulness about it. As the world shifts, it’s starting to understand more and more that to have a playfulness about any and everything is actually the way of having a better life, or being more creative, or being more productive.” -Hans Zimmer

My third eye was open, and it was a religious/mystical experience. I could feel the presence of the divine as the energy of the music flowed through the room. The show was incredible, each piece had a divine energy to it, with Time from Inception as the finale. As Hans’ hands were projected onto the big screen, it felt as though God was playing the piano, metaphorically creating the universe.

As I watched the performance unfold in complete presence, everything felt perfect. The moment was perfect. The NOW was perfect.


The Work

For the past four years, I’ve spent most of my time on self-improvement and personal development. Spirituality. Psychedelics.

“You take the red pill. You stay in Wonderland and I show you how deep the rabbit hole goes… Remember, all I’m offering is the truth, nothing more.”

The Work is about Truth.

“The truth is something that burns, it burns off deadwood and people don’t like having their deadwood burnt off often because they’re 95% deadwood” – Jordan Peterson

It is about discovering the True Self by unpeeling the layers of our emotional onions and shedding our limiting beliefs. Our limits exist due to echoes of traumatic experiences, embedded in our nervous systems and souls. These manifest as fears that trigger and threaten to take control of us until we reach the point of healing that we can decide how we want to react to our triggers and programs.

When we reach a certain level of consciousness, it becomes clear that our purpose and meaning on this planet is Service. Service to Humanity, and service to the Mother Earth. There is a certain clarity that occurs, where Purpose becomes clear. The Purpose is to raise the collective consciousness. That is the entire Nature of all Life. From bacteria to plants, fungi, fish, insects, birds, mammals, and man. The entire purpose is to Transcend.

My grandfather named me based on the following Chinese 成語 , 寧靜致遠。


Translation is a subtle thing.

  • Find Peace and One will Go Far in Life.
  • Keep Calm and Follow Through.
  • Tranquility Leads to Transcendence.

Names are a powerful thing. I was blessed with a good name. It literally translates to King of Transcendence. I’ve been seeking Higher Consciousness and found it through various modalities. I’ve been using several primary modalities. The synergy between the methods has felt like a deep cleaning of my consciousness, excavating trauma and breaking limiting beliefs.

Jordan Peterson has a very clean view on reality based upon ancient traditions and psychology.

“The Purpose of Life is to find a mode of being that’s so Meaningful that the fact that Life is Suffering is no longer Relevant.” -Jordan Peterson

That is the goal of The Work.


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