Stream of Consciousness

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http://drift.strikingly.com || Ongoing stream of curiosity and figuring out towards clarity, this podcast is my mind in a drift bottle. Not being able to read or get education, my own senses and reason is my education in a secluded life. I connect my firsthand perception dots using the plainest rationality. However I can never know whether these thoughts are ingenious, cliche or simply worthless. Now, I want to ... I have to find out.

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http://drift.strikingly.com || Ongoing stream of curiosity and figuring out towards clarity, this podcast is my mind in a drift bottle. Not being able to read or get education, my own senses and reason is my education in a secluded life. I connect my firsthand perception dots using the plainest rationality. However I can never know whether these thoughts are ingenious, cliche or simply worthless. Now, I want to ... I have to find out.
Language
🇨🇳 Chinese
last modified
2019-09-29 04:51
last episode published
2016-07-12 09:32
publication frequency
0.71 days
Contributors
Mon Y. author  
Explicit
false
Number of Episodes
54
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Society & Culture Science & Medicine Personal Journals Philosophy Social Sciences

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Episodes

Date Thumb Title & Description Contributors
12.07.2016

#15-2

http://drift.strikingly.com |On the part of the 'being neglected', it hurts sometimes. However, attributing this 'negative affect' towards some bad intention on the part of the other person, is the easiest interpretation, but it's not realistic. Thankf...
Mon Y. author
12.07.2016

#15-2

http://drift.strikingly.com |On the part of the'being neglected', it hurts sometimes. However, attributing this'negative affect' towards some bad intention on the part of the other person, is the easiest interpretation, but it's not realistic. Thankf.....
Mon Y. author
12.07.2016

#15-2

http://drift.strikingly.com |On the part of the 'being neglected', it hurts sometimes. However, attributing this 'negative affect' towards some bad intention on the part of the other person, is the easiest interpretation, but it's not realistic. Thankf...
Mon Y. author
12.07.2016

#15-1

http://drift.strikingly.com Having been entangled by thoughts that I can't set straight internally, I turned for the recorder again (after determining to avoid this self-involved behavior last month). During distress I sill keep analyzing myself, how a...
Mon Y. author
12.07.2016

#15-1

http://drift.strikingly.com Having been entangled by thoughts that I can't set straight internally, I turned for the recorder again (after determining to avoid this self-involved behavior last month). During distress I sill keep analyzing myself, how a...
Mon Y. author
12.07.2016

#15-1

http://drift.strikingly.com Having been entangled by thoughts that I can't set straight internally, I turned for the recorder again (after determining to avoid this self-involved behavior last month). During distress I sill keep analyzing myself, how a...
Mon Y. author
8.06.2016

#14-1 (higher quality audio)

http://drift.strikingly.com || Ongoing stream of curiosity and figuring out towards clarity, this podcast is my mind in a drift bottle. Not being able to read or get education, my own senses and reason is my education in a secluded life. I connect my f...
Mon Y. author
8.06.2016

#14-1 (higher quality audio)

http://drift.strikingly.com || Ongoing stream of curiosity and figuring out towards clarity, this podcast is my mind in a drift bottle. Not being able to read or get education, my own senses and reason is my education in a secluded life. I connect my f...
Mon Y. author
8.06.2016

#14-1 (higher quality audio)

http://drift.strikingly.com || Ongoing stream of curiosity and figuring out towards clarity, this podcast is my mind in a drift bottle. Not being able to read or get education, my own senses and reason is my education in a secluded life. I connect my f...
Mon Y. author
8.06.2016

#14-1 She's a living movie screen

http://drift.strikingly.com/blog/14-1| I was piecing up the pieces about her which she just randomly revealed. This experience of being INSIDE her life has opened my eyes about how life can be non-linear.
Mon Y. author
8.06.2016

#14-1 She's a living movie screen

http://drift.strikingly.com/blog/14-1| I was piecing up the pieces about her which she just randomly revealed. This experience of being INSIDE her life has opened my eyes about how life can be non-linear.
Mon Y. author
8.06.2016

#14-1 She's a living movie screen

http://drift.strikingly.com/blog/14-1| I was piecing up the pieces about her which she just randomly revealed. This experience of being INSIDE her life has opened my eyes about how life can be non-linear.
Mon Y. author
7.06.2016

#14 in New Zealand I was a sponge

http://drift.strikingly.com/blog/14| I wasn't always this self-involved 'thought-chewer', in the drastically different environment in NZ, I was a sponge soaking in greedily.
Mon Y. author
7.06.2016

#14 in New Zealand I was a sponge

http://drift.strikingly.com/blog/14| I wasn't always this self-involved'thought-chewer', in the drastically different environment in NZ, I was a sponge soaking in greedily.
Mon Y. author
7.06.2016

#14 in New Zealand I was a sponge

http://drift.strikingly.com/blog/14| I wasn't always this self-involved 'thought-chewer', in the drastically different environment in NZ, I was a sponge soaking in greedily.
Mon Y. author
5.06.2016

#12 Slow TV (1)

I'm spelling out my gut feeling towards the notion of Slow TV. I used a whole lot of little analogies to convey my perspective (to make up for my lack of language tools), e.g. compare slow TV to the Buddhist's wooden fish. In multiple senses: A. servin...
Mon Y. author
5.06.2016

#6 writing clarifies

Writing down creates a 'step ladder' for my thoughts to progress instead of swimming in obscure circles, by spelling out each existing thought, I'm able to STEP on the clarity of it and move on to the next rational step.
Mon Y. author
5.06.2016

#13 Slow TV (2)

http://drift.strikingly.com/blog/13-slow-tv-2 1. (little digression) Anomalies are the peepholes (for scientists) to look into the mechanism of our body/mind and everything. 2. (back to slow tv) As the walls of 'criteria' melts, the nuances of the .....
Mon Y. author
5.06.2016

#11 train

A train ride. Recorded sounds of everything from the station, on the train, all the way to the city of Tianjin. And my little thoughts along the way.
Mon Y. author
5.06.2016

#6 writing clarifies

Writing down creates a 'step ladder' for my thoughts to progress instead of swimming in obscure circles, by spelling out each existing thought, I'm able to STEP on the clarity of it and move on to the next rational step.
Mon Y. author
5.06.2016

#4 no comparison

By judging a person's knowledge or perspective as 'inferior' (because it's less intellectual, or less 'enlightened'), I'm in fact suffering from the narrowness of my own knowledge -- because the tiny part relating to 'intellectual mindset' is the ONLY ...
Mon Y. author
5.06.2016

#3 qualia

If you look really intently and peel off the layers of your inner perception, then Proust of course is just giving the plainest description. Words are pulled out to verbalize the qualia of the consciousness (which is just the plainest mental presence)....
Mon Y. author
5.06.2016

#1 walk

http://drift.strikingly.com/blog/1-walk-with-timemark| This recording is long and not eventful, but could be good for transporting one's mind. In this tape, you'll hear live sounds from this tiny town in China where I live. …… 'At times I even think .....
Mon Y. author
5.06.2016

#10 blank slate/chameleon

My stable persona wasn't formed within a social context, so I don't really HAVE a persona, I'm a blank slate or a piece of floating ice. I could (or have to) change like a chameleon just to fit in, move across the board like ice with little friction.
Mon Y. author
5.06.2016

#5 can't detach

It's second instinct for me to try eliminate any feeling of alienation from another person.
Mon Y. author
5.06.2016

#2 classmate

I never left this little place where I grew up in, however, I wasn't ever really part of it.
Mon Y. author
5.06.2016

#11 train

A train ride. Recorded sounds of everything from the station, on the train, all the way to the city of Tianjin. And my little thoughts along the way.
Mon Y. author
5.06.2016

#8 'go solo'

Traveling solo is easier for my head to cope.
Mon Y. author
5.06.2016

#7 small and ignorant

With this fallible human mind, and occupying only this tiny dot of perspective in space and history, I can't really bring myself to eloquently boast I'm RIGHT. Not actually doing this because it's right in a MORAL sense, but it's the only selfish ratio...
Mon Y. author
5.06.2016

#1 walk

http://drift.strikingly.com/blog/1-walk-with-timemark| This recording is long and not eventful, but could be good for transporting one's mind. In this tape, you'll hear live sounds from this tiny town in China where I live. …… 'At times I even think .....
Mon Y. author
5.06.2016

#4 no comparison

By judging a person's knowledge or perspective as 'inferior' (because it's less intellectual, or less 'enlightened'), I'm in fact suffering from the narrowness of my own knowledge -- because the tiny part relating to 'intellectual mindset' is the ONLY ...
Mon Y. author
5.06.2016

#13 Slow TV (2)

http://drift.strikingly.com/blog/13-slow-tv-2 1. (little digression) Anomalies are the peepholes (for scientists) to look into the mechanism of our body/mind and everything. 2. (back to slow tv) As the walls of'criteria' melts, the nuances of the ...
Mon Y. author
5.06.2016

#12 Slow TV (1)

I'm spelling out my gut feeling towards the notion of Slow TV. I used a whole lot of little analogies to convey my perspective (to make up for my lack of language tools), e.g. compare slow TV to the Buddhist's wooden fish. In multiple senses: A. servin...
Mon Y. author
5.06.2016

#11 train

A train ride. Recorded sounds of everything from the station, on the train, all the way to the city of Tianjin. And my little thoughts along the way.
Mon Y. author
5.06.2016

#10 blank slate/chameleon

My stable persona wasn't formed within a social context, so I don't really HAVE a persona, I'm a blank slate or a piece of floating ice. I could (or have to) change like a chameleon just to fit in, move across the board like ice with little friction.
Mon Y. author
5.06.2016

#9'self-motivated kid'

Education and motivation have always come from within myself. PS,If you know any solution for Vergence Dysfunction (of the eye), please let me know. I'd really love to read again.
Mon Y. author
5.06.2016

#8'go solo'

Traveling solo is easier for my head to cope.
Mon Y. author
5.06.2016

#7 small and ignorant

With this fallible human mind, and occupying only this tiny dot of perspective in space and history, I can't really bring myself to eloquently boast I'm RIGHT. Not actually doing this because it's right in a MORAL sense, but it's the only selfish ratio...
Mon Y. author
5.06.2016

#6 writing clarifies

Writing down creates a'step ladder' for my thoughts to progress instead of swimming in obscure circles, by spelling out each existing thought, I'm able to STEP on the clarity of it and move on to the next rational step.
Mon Y. author
5.06.2016

#5 can't detach

It's second instinct for me to try eliminate any feeling of alienation from another person.
Mon Y. author
5.06.2016

#4 no comparison

By judging a person's knowledge or perspective as'inferior' (because it's less intellectual, or less'enlightened'), I'm in fact suffering from the narrowness of my own knowledge -- because the tiny part relating to'intellectual mindset' is the ONLY ...
Mon Y. author
5.06.2016

#3 qualia

If you look really intently and peel off the layers of your inner perception, then Proust of course is just giving the plainest description. Words are pulled out to verbalize the qualia of the consciousness (which is just the plainest mental presence)....
Mon Y. author
5.06.2016

#2 classmate

I never left this little place where I grew up in, however, I wasn't ever really part of it.
Mon Y. author
5.06.2016

#1 walk

http://drift.strikingly.com/blog/1-walk-with-timemark| This recording is long and not eventful, but could be good for transporting one's mind. In this tape, you'll hear live sounds from this tiny town in China where I live. ……'At times I even think ...
Mon Y. author
5.06.2016

#8 'go solo'

Traveling solo is easier for my head to cope.
Mon Y. author
5.06.2016

#9 'self-motivated kid'

Education and motivation have always come from within myself. PS,If you know any solution for Vergence Dysfunction (of the eye), please let me know. I'd really love to read again.
Mon Y. author
5.06.2016

#9 'self-motivated kid'

Education and motivation have always come from within myself. PS,If you know any solution for Vergence Dysfunction (of the eye), please let me know. I'd really love to read again.
Mon Y. author
5.06.2016

#3 qualia

If you look really intently and peel off the layers of your inner perception, then Proust of course is just giving the plainest description. Words are pulled out to verbalize the qualia of the consciousness (which is just the plainest mental presence)....
Mon Y. author
5.06.2016

#2 classmate

I never left this little place where I grew up in, however, I wasn't ever really part of it.
Mon Y. author
5.06.2016

#12 Slow TV (1)

I'm spelling out my gut feeling towards the notion of Slow TV. I used a whole lot of little analogies to convey my perspective (to make up for my lack of language tools), e.g. compare slow TV to the Buddhist's wooden fish. In multiple senses: A. servin...
Mon Y. author