Hap E-Boi

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  1. Hi everyone, I came across a YouTube channel called “wake up !” which expands upon the 2nd tier, it clearly describes coral and teal. Vaguely mentions the two last colors of the 2nd tier, and also talks about a potential third tier. He talks about his own experience with coral and how he fell back into turquoise. On his channel, there's an entire series of videos about Sri Aurobindo. Also, he talks a lot about Sri Aurobindo, the channel has series of videos on the books “The Life Divine” and “synthesis of yoga”.
  2. Regarding the LGTBQA+ community and spiral dynamics, A lot of the mainstream LGTBQA+ culture falls into SD orange, especially when it comes down to outfits & fashion. I'm aware LGTBQA+ is also strong in green, I think this more often the case with lesbian women. One factor in this might be that women generally go faster through individual colours, staying more often in communal colours and vice versa for men. Also, I notice people who are asexual or demisexual often tend to be in green, yellow or sometimes beyond. For myself I noticed the more I am in touch with my spirituality the less I desire sexuality. Also I notice there is a chunk of the male gay scene dwelling in red, think of stealth breeding, pozzing, huge anal toys, BDSM parties, etc. Then there is also blue, but blue more often than not tends to suppress their desires and identity. I have came across blue gay couples though, they usually tend to follow a bit more open minded form of a religion, or are communists. They tend to be very strict in their ways of doing and dress very formally (so no fancy clothing). I've also come accross several gay people being anti anal sex, seems also very blue to me. However I'd categorize this video from my own YouTube channel in be orange, or maybe orange-green as I show the open-mindedness that guys can wear a crop top, but there is still some very obvious pride going on, while people in higher tiers often tend to surrender their pride.
  3. For a while now, I just let it grow and do not use a single product, except water. I used to have an "emo" hair and straighten it every day. I do use two only products for the rest of my personal hygiene: Aleppo soap and toothpaste.
  4. Stage red/blue criticizing lower stage red: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vlFbQ76XUGQ
  5. After seeing this man... might this be what has been suggested with stage Coral? He seems antisocial, amoral, but without the egocentrism of red. Also he seems awake and some even claim he's enlightened. When I'm listening to him I feel like waking up somehow. There is a pattern of first tier stages having an equivalent in the 2nd tier: beige - yellow, both have survival as a theme, but for yellow it's survival of humanity. purple - turquoise, both have magic as a huge part of their experience, but for turquoise it is in a holistic way. So one could guess red and coral are both antisocial, amoral colors? But the latter being a cleaning of the ego (including morality) rather than the emergence of it? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MKq4oO-PZe4 It would be interesting to see other perspectives on this one.
  6. Mooji when he was in stage green?
  7. Hard bass music is often deep red
  8. Red partially fallen back to purple: This was the same guy 2 decades earlier:
  9. @Carl-Richard good points