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In-shadow A Modern Odyssey
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(Animated Short Film) IN-SHADOW – A Modern Odyssey

Embark on a visionary journey through the fragmented unconscious of the West, and with courage face the Shadow. Through Shadow into Light.

“No tree, it is said, can grow to heaven unless its roots reach down to hell.”
-C.G. Jung

This film was created with earnest effort, diligence, and sacrifice. It is an urgent call to growth. If you are moved by the content, please SHARE.

Written, Directed & Produced by Lubomir Arsov
Original Soundtrack “Age of Wake” by Starward Projections
Composited by Sheldon Lisoy
Additional Compositing by Hiram Gifford
Art Directed & Edited by Lubomir Arsov

‘IN-SHADOW’ is an entirely independently funded, not-for-profit film. If you’d like to support the artist, DONATE here: (click the ‘donate’ tab)

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IN-SHADOW: A Modern Odyssey from Lubomir Arsov on Vimeo.

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Video: Joe Rogan on the Society Trap: Do What You love. Stop Being Part Of The Machine.

Video: Joe Rogan: Do what you love. Stop being part of the machine.

“We got sidetracked and diverted into these boxes, these cubicles in offices,” he says. “So instead of investing your time in a passion, you’ve sold your life to work for an uncaring machine that doesn’t understand you. That’s the problem with our society. And what’s the reward? Go home and get a big TV.”

Everything said in this video by Joe Rogan, is something I, and I would assume most people are conveying. Just like Alan watts would say, do what you love and forget the money. But we are a cog in this machine. We end up doing things we hate, walking around with signs on our backs in 90 degree weather, handing out papers and I ask is this is your purpose on this world.

Many will say well get yourself a proper education and you can do what you love. But that’s a load of bs. Many people go into school thinking they know what they want and end up stuck in doing something they dread. Maybe what they thought they wanted to do was just something sold to them by their parents and friends. But doing something we love should come naturally.

Money should not be the reason we go out and do something. We are living in this world just to exist, just to live in artificial mediocrity. Many would say we can’t all do what we love. We continue to have this pessimistic view and we just continue to narrow our horizons to see past everything. We just accept everything for how they are because we have become numb to it all.

I think we can all do what we love. But it starts with changing our perception of things. How we view the world.

Feel free to leave comments below. What do work and society mean to you? Do you agree with Rogan’s and my own assessment. Let me know your thoughts.


WATCH: Human Resources Social Engineering In The 20th Century (Documentary)

Human resources social engineering in the 20th century

Human Resources: Social Engineering in the 20th Century explores the rise of mechanistic philosophy and the exploitation of human beings under modern hierarchical systems. Topics covered include behaviorism, scientific management, work-place democracy, schooling, frustration-aggression hypothesis and human experimentation

“Essentially,” says Scott, “this film is about the rise of mechanistic philosphy and the exploitation of human beings under modern hierarhical systems.” The film includes original interviews with: “Noam Chomsky, Howard Zinn, Rebecca Lemov (“World as Laboratory”), Christopher Simpson (“The Science of Coercion”), George Ritzer (“The McDonaldization of Society”), Morris Berman (“The Reenchantment of the World”), John Taylor Gatto (“Dumbing us Down”), Alfie Kohn (“What does it mean to be well educated?”) and others.”

I think this documentary is great so that others can see these perspectives and realize how we have been manipulated, conditioned and domesticated into this way of being. Really gives you an insight on how exploited and oppressed we truly are. Well enjoy this documentary. Leave any comments down below.