Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Colin Davis & Melissa Mari | Shadow Tech: Cracking the Codes of Personal and Collective Darkness

 

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                                                              S y n o p s i s 

What is the relationship between our increasing cultural dysfunction and the uncharted depths of the shadow within us all? What are the mechanisms behind our cyclical, self and world destroying behavior? What can we learn about our own darkness by studying the way destructive agency works in biology, cosmology or information systems? How can we engage in our own personal shadow work to balance ourselves, therefore balancing the entire culture?

The authors of Shadow Tech are engaged in an alchemical quest to understand the nature of their own darkness, and to develop new maps for navigating the invisible domain of the psyche. They are also implementing spiritual practices for clearing repressed toxic energies which empower personal and collective darkness.

Shadow Tech begins with an essay on destruction from a cosmological and metaphysical view, then moves into deeper waters. The mind is modeled as an organic operating system, itself a microcosm within a living structure we call culture. Through the lens of holarchy, known to Hermetic alchemists as the maxim As Above, So Below, they draw relations between viruses and parasites in biology and information systems, to the active destructive mechanisms in the human psyche and culture.

A model for understanding cyclical destructiveness in relationships that the authors call "The Victim-Victor Cycle" is presented. So-called "conspiracy theories" are explored as real world examples of "Cultural Parasitism". Our intergenerational and cross-cultural destructive behaviors are linked to an energetic ecosystem of "viral" operations living behind the veil of ego consciousness.

Besides offering novel ways of seeing darkness and destructive cycles, Shadow Tech documents the authors' personal spiritual philosophy they call Living in the Movie and effective methods for balancing themselves and raising their own consciousness.

Shadow Tech is a mixture of science, metaphysics and spiritual alchemy. 

                                                                       B i o 

Colin E. Davis considers himself to be an artist above else. He has enjoyed a 25-year career as a touring musician and audio engineer. He also has a background in real estate related law and legal strategies. Since 2009 he has counseled hundreds of people in foreclosure, helping them to turn financial destruction into personal evolution. He has held an enduring interest in spiritual principles.

Melissa Mari is a lifelong performance artist with a back-ground in theatre, jazz, classical, folk and heavy rock styles. She healed herself of cervical cancer in the mid nineties, when her investigations into the human shadow began. Now, she teaches effective methods for transmuting destructive shadow energies. Colin and Melissa are the founding directors of the musical multimedia project The 01 Experience.

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