Sounds contradictory, right? What the hell.…… Jed eschews feeling!! What are you talking about??….
It looks that way on the surface. Not true. What you see is not what you get.
The angst of the first book is what resonated with me FIRST. If you cannot feel that twisted wrapped sense of total dissolution of meaning and just where exactly it came from… you need to get in touch with your gut first, before attempting to wade through and mentally desiccate thousands of Jed’s words. Because this is NOT what got Jed (and myself) over the threshold.
The song below is dedicated to all those who write to me in a state of broken-ness, and this article is dedicated to my son, who was more of a human adult at seventeen than many so called ‘adults’ I know.
The song content does not apply to my reality anymore, but it was given to me by my son who was the perfect witness to my dissolution and subsequent fall into the unknown. The fall that I embraced amidst slowly dying inside.
My son shares a few major energetic components with Kenneth (Jed), and he didn’t need an explanation of what I was going through. He simply came into my room one day and said ‘This is a song I love, I want you to listen to it’. He was seventeen and had already understood much of this Reality. We ‘got’ each other’s states and thoughts, communicated – without words. Words often came in later when the intuitive perception of another’s state was received first.
Someone once said to me ‘People will forget what you achieved, wore, bought, what you looked like… but they will never forget how you made them feel’. A combination of feeling and thinking is what opens one’s eyes. The Perfect Circle.
Try it. Don’t be afraid to be human. This is what Kenneth calls ‘going right through the middle’.
“Roll with it”