Off the Deep End with Sean

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These are a lot of my deeper thoughts and crazy ideas. In here you’ll find discussions and rants about God, the nature of time, theories on relativity, physics, memory, and all the wacky ideas I have. There’s very little science involved, unless you count fringe-science. It’s meant to be fun, and good place to get your mind to stretch a little. So, if you enjoy a good mind-bending, soul stretching experience, this is the podcast for you!

1. Off The Deep End with Sean (#1). Where are memories stored?

This is the first in a new series I’m calling, “Off the Deep End with Sean”. Crazy ideas, no holds barred. It gets a little nuts. Have fun!

In this one, I rant about my extra crazy hypothesis about where memories are stored and what implications that could have for the world. It’s fun. I think. You’ll enjoy it. I hope. Yeah. Check it out?

2. Off The Deep End with Sean (#2). What is God?

So, Sean goes all the way off the deep end with this episode. I mean, why not, right? It’s called, Off the Deep End. Why not just tackle the concept of God right at the beginning? 

Fair warning: if you’re a religious person, or if you’re a committed atheist, or if you really don’t like having your mind expanded too much, it’s best to stay away from this one. There’s a lot of information packed in here with a lot of implications. Tread lightly. 

But have fun!

3. Off The Deep End with Sean (#3). Us Power or Use Force?

Dr. David Hawkins, in his book Power vs. Force, talks about the difference between the two. In this podcast, Sean unpacks what he’s learned about this valuable distinction.

With all the commotion going on in the world, this seems appropriate. You see, there are right ways and wrong ways to do things. Charging at a problem and being full of rage, anger, hatred, shame, bitterness, or any other negative emotion is a wrong way. Thinking deeply about a problem, considering it with genuine love, acting through that space, and putting concrete plans into place, is a right way.   

4. Off The Deep End With Sean (#4). Understanding Truth.

Of course, I’m going to tackle something as huge as understanding Truth! Would you expect anything less from your favorite podcaster?

In my view, understanding what Truth is, is a fundamental part of sustaining a functional society. I believe it gives people something tangible to hold on to, and, more than that, tends to help people view the world with more compassion and understanding.

If you’d like to know more about the subject, you can read about it in Truth vs. Falsehood by Dr. David Hawkins.

5. Off the Deep End With Sean (#5) Light, Gravity & Time

Aug 24th, 2019 by Sean Murock Talks

This is, by far, my craziest idea so far. It came to me in a flash, and I have no idea if it’s true. If it is, it could unlock a lot of different things. 

What would happen if light actually was the cause of gravity, and consequently the cause of time, and it all happened at the quantum level? I think that’s what’s going on. This podcast is a bit of a brain-bender where I take fringe-science, metaphysics, and mix it all together in a hard-to-swallow soup. I think you’ll really like it.