Are you afraid to die? You don’t have to be. You can overcome those fears – and in the process you’ll unlock your truest potential.
This episode uncovers the real Robert Greene and gets right to the core of what it means to be human to the best of our potential: to live fearlessly, powerfully, and to be attuned to the beauty of the human experience.
We look at what happened when 50 Cent confronted his own morality; consider whether knowledge of our own morality helps or hinders us; and we drop insight bombs from physics, Buddhism, and personal experience.
There’s a how-to guide to uncover your warrior spirit and harness it, rather than let it destroy you (and the people around you). We dismantle the current obsession with ‘being present’ and explain what it really means. And we ask: Is today a good day to die? If not, why not?
Jon shares his personal confrontations with mortality, both through suicide attempts and the most powerful psychedelic in the world.
Dre explains why contemplating his own morality just leads to paralysis and nihilism (and basically why he’s too cool for death).
This is the final episode of the 50th Law, and in it we discover the sublime – the awesome threshold between life and death which empowers us like nothing else in creation.
This Episode Includes:
- Overcoming the fear of death in order to embrace life
- Why Sci-Fi is vital
- Real Art – what is it?
- Finding your personal ‘Fuck You!’
- Is suicide ever justifiable?
- Finding the sublime in everyday life
Mentioned in the Episode:
- Our mind-opening interview with the inimitable Cory Allen
- The brilliant world of Rick and Morty
- Doctor Who on how you truly measure human progress
- Hear the full story of Jon’s revelatory psychedelic experiences in the Amazon
- Carsie Blanton’s beautiful song, Smoke Alarm
- Jon’s favourite performance of Moonlight Sonata