This is a transcript from Ray's Monologue Part 2 a bonus episode on The R-N-R Hour podcast.
Welcome to the Second bonus episode of The R-N-R Hour podcast.
In this episode, I will briefly speak on what's new with me, changes to the program, and lastly sharing my thoughts on the quote: “Until you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life and you will call it fate.” - Carl Jung.
I know it's been a while since the last time I released an episode.
And I mentioned in the last episode.
I’m still working on Episode 2 titled The Worst Decision Since…for The 7th Island story.
Unfortunately, I need to make a change to our programming.
February has been an extremely busy month for me.
I have been doing a lot of shadow work, figuring out what I will do next in my professional career, and reading some old books on psychology. C
Because of this, I did not have a lot of time to focus on The 7th Island.
So, I am putting this story on pause and in the meantime
I am Introducing a new story.
Its called…His 7 Deadly Kins.
Personally, I love this story.
Why you may ask?
It is my first, short novel .
And I wrote and published it in the year 2020.
I’m still going to give you all The 7th Island, but I need more time with it. So…You can expect the complete story next year.
til you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life and you will call it fate.”
To all of the new listeners, these bonus episodes have nothing to do with our new season story His 7 Deadly Kins.
This series is me simply sharing random thoughts that come to me throughout the day, and mental exercise I practice to make sense of these random thoughts.
And I want to keep this series a moment where I share my thoughts and hopefully provide inspiration.
Lastly, I want to keep these short and straight to the point.
So you all can have the time to reflect on each monologue.
And possibly reconcile with any issue you may be experiencing that pertains to the topic in the monologue.
Now, it's time for today’s topic.
It was about a week ago.
I was reading some literature from Carl Jung.
And by the way.
He is my favorite analytic psychologist.
I also strongly suggest reading some of his work.
Personally, I enjoy his book: The Relations Between the Ego and the Unconscious.
But back to the topic at hand.
I was deep in my studies.
when I came across his quote: “Until you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life and you will call it fate.” “Until y
I stopped and put the book down.
And I immediately asked myself.
By the way, here is my random thought for this episode.
Is there anything in my life that’s unconscious that needs to be conscious?
It didn’t take long for me to look directly at my watch.
I looked at my watch for a couple minutes, and I started to wonder.
Why do I always wear this thing?
I work in a laboratory with hazardous chemicals.
And for some reason.
I don’t take it off.
When I go to the gym, I’m wearing my watch.
I even wear my watch when going to bed.
And…laughing out loud.
I know this is a weird story but follow me…follow me…
The more I thought about why I wear my watch.
It sort of came to me.
When I was in high school, I remember my section leader in band making a comment towards me.
I don’t remember the exact words.
But he basically questioned why am I always looking at my phone.
Being a smart mouth I responded sarcastically.
And in the kindest, wisest, direct way.
My section leader discussed what it meant to wear a watch in regards to manhood.
He also did this in front of fellow band members.
So…yeah…I felt really dumb
And that one moment.
Believe it or not is why I always wear my watch to this very day.
I know this example is silly.
But I want you all to think.
Are you always repeating the same behavior?
Do you understand why you are repeating it?
I would suggest reflecting on the cause of your behavior.
Because if you become aware of the cause, Maybe you can reconcile with it.
All I have to say is.
Make the unconscious, conscious.
And take authority over your life.
Peace and blessings and I will see you all in March for the first episode of His 7 Deadly Kins.