“Only ignorance denies these facts.” Carl Jung.
(If this is the first time you have seen this video and you would like to use it in your blog, a link would be mightily appreciated. I’ve traced it as far back as this youtuber, Valarauko and I would like to keep track of where it goes from here as an viral internet truth contagion exercise to modulate the Morrison-Huxley Effect, he said, stroking his whiskers and turning back to the bed, sshhh, good night, my love, i shall be prowling the dark streets like a cat quietly in pursuit of the objectives of his owner,



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  1. 10 responses so far ↓


    tipota // August 21, 2008 at 8:56 pm (edit)

    wonderful what a cool camera angle too and abstract voice while real and hefty like solid pewter

    hayat // August 21, 2008 at 9:56 pm (edit)

    Oh Jung , my love!
    When he talks about dreams it feels like somebody reading me goodnight stories while I float into the purple realms of symbols…

    Viva Jung! Viva Po!

    Meander // August 22, 2008 at 1:34 am (edit)

    very profound stuff. “live” is what i heard most out of this. thank you.

    cocoyea // August 22, 2008 at 1:55 am (edit)

    Deep. For some reason I immediately thought of this dude I recently discovered http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-HHsS4geh54&feature=related

    ignore the hat 🙂

    Mary P // August 22, 2008 at 4:28 pm (edit)

    A static home page maybe, eh? Sometimes when we hear such truths it is hard to accept that other people won’t listen. I like everything about this post – your intro, the video and the unique way you wrap it up at the end… scattered with some community in the middle. I hope it will shake out some others’ apathy but even if not, it is wonderful to have it tucked here.

    Sumedh // August 22, 2008 at 7:34 pm (edit)

    so so so true; i know too, and do not need to believe the stuff I have come to realize o’er the past few weeks/months, having come to the end of a long journey to find the path to the real, cyclical, ceaseless journey called life. Thanks for posting this.

    Laurie Kendrick // August 22, 2008 at 9:35 pm (edit)

    Speaking of gestalt….

    As Rod Stewart once crooned, ‘Forever Jung”. Well, in a parallel universe, he might have.


    mrs. sarah ott // August 22, 2008 at 11:50 pm (edit)

    when (the old man) is afraid and doesn’t look forward “he dies before his time” i love that

    a very captivating video. i’ll have to go over it again tomorrow, it was hard to hear the interviewer with my wash machine running.

    Paul, i have a 12 hour shift today but i told my mom to email you on what she could about the sign.

    artpredator // August 23, 2008 at 2:43 am (edit)

    thanks for this–i look forward to listening to it when i am not out in the oak trees on a sunny morn surrounded by 4, 5, 6 & 7 year olds wearing brightly colored tiedyed shirts chattering like birds in their happy trilling voices…

    artpredator // August 23, 2008 at 2:44 am (edit)

    your numbers today are as old as i am

    happy blogversary again, dear paul, thanks for making the bloggedy blog an artform/artforum

  2. still want to know,
    what you have against whispers?

  3. is it all the spppspspspspspspsps?

  4. Paul – not a comment on this, just a thanks for spotting the link mix-up on The Other Room site. Much appreaciated. Tom Jenks.

  5. Poignant!

  6. Oh my dear beautiful friend and ray of light.

    “I think
    That if I stepped out of my body I would break
    Into blossom.”

  7. Paul…? I’d love to knock, if there were a door

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