tsuki

YT channel: Academy of ideas

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One of the best channels I stumbled upon on youtube that deals with topics related to self-development.
It mostly covers philosophy, psychology and art and is a good introduction to spirituality from the humanistic approach.

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@tsuki I enjoyed the video! Years ago I heard someone loosely describe Fourth Way Inquiry work as Contemplative psychoanalysis. In some of A H Almaas's earlier lectures he mentions Karen Horney's work which he has read extensively in his own search. 

The following video was in the prompt after I watched your video post. This seems to fit the category you've made and I enjoyed it. When I watch some more from Academy of Ideas and I enjoy them, I'll post them. If you want to keep it 100% Acadamy of Ideas please let me know and I'll take this one down.

 


"To have a free mind is to be a universal heretic." - A.H. Almaas

"We have to bless the living crap out of everyone." - Matt Kahn

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Academy of Ideas! Though the channels content is dualistic, it truly is one of the golden rescourses amongst the common shiet and is a great guiding light for thousands of young people lost within mindless, trash marketing/consumerism. I wonder if the creators (two youngish brothers) will grow into spiritual teachings soon and start sharing such :) I'm happy they are able to make a good living, educate themselves further and spread passion, purpose and self-actualization.

 

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Love the content and the straight to the point approach which means the video's don't have to be lengthy.

The arrogant, ungrateful bastard in me finds their robotic talking really annoying. But good stuff if I can let that go!

 

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