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The Mind Set Podcast: Episode 238


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A weekly attempt at opening eyes, and trying to shed some light on what’s really going on in the world. All done by ripping apart the media madness that masquerades as news. All with a health dose of paranoia.

Hosted this week by Gareth Davies, Ben Emlyn-Jones, Joe Dunn and Reeves Cooke

Some of the topics discussed on this weeks show:

1. The political threat to Free Speech
2. Seymour Hersh and the death of Osama bin Laden
3. Boston Bomber sentenced to Death

And so much more!

Until Next Week, Peace Out Humans...

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2 thoughts on “The Mind Set Podcast: Episode 238”

  1. Hey lad’s (Cue the British Twang),

    appreciated for the show as always, informative and much needed camaraderie. Just to pick up on the conversation regarding the individual you mentioned who became ill after getting involved with the alternative information/Truth movement and the real agenda’s going on in the world power elite and hidden knowledge, etc.

    I think we have two groups of individuals that come into this area of knowledge, namely, the individuals who are pre-disposed to having a more open minded view of the world – as Reeves said – being interested in UFO’S/Ghosts etc at an early age and this group includes those that have some kind of ‘breakthrough’ experience/Awakening which gives them the reflective awareness that has already broken down the EGO and it’s heavily conditioned world/self-view.

    Secondly there are those that arrive at certain information without the previous as a basis and hence that knowledge they encounter becomes overwhelming to them, lacking the fearlessness required to be ridiculed and/or question their limited self-view. Some more apathetic/retiring types seem to become ‘Skeptics’ to defend the same position, allbeit in an antagonistic manner.

    It’s a difficult scenario I think for those that are interested and don’t have the courage to delve deeper, knowing that they cannot completely return to their former lives nor take a step into the perceived ‘void/unknown’. What I would say is that although the old line ‘Knowledge is power’ is true, it is also true that knowledge can become a burden too, I personally think that a balance of Philosophical SELF-investigation as well as ‘external’investigation – of what can be sometimes depressing information – is key along with being able to have a laugh, this is why a show like this are so important and I believe if Mindset helps even one individual then it is only a positive thing.

    Cheers (and apologies for hogging the air time)……

  2. Great show as normal, I did find it darker at points due to the subject matter and the honest assessment of the state of the world.

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