We Interrupt This Program . . .
Jordan Greenhall

I think this a helpful piece of a more complex and uncertain enquiry into how to live through the process of collapse in a civilization without being overwhelmed by the autopoetic mechanisms of denial.

We are living in a dystopian version of the matrix, and learning to see how it is being produced, how to be in it but not be taken in by it, is another part of the picture.

Then there is learning to be aware of the taste of inner knowing, in whatever guise it appears, along with the various factors that distort this taste and trigger reactivity to its emergence.

Then there is learning how to be with our own and one anothers normative reactivity without losing ourselves in it… even when we realize that normal itself is toxic.

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