Age of Eleven

Aquarian [11:11] Transmissions

ChiChi TemboComment
Brandon Boyd shared this as a narrative to the essence of “If Not Now, When?” Incubus’ latest record. All there is is the present moment— history repeats; life moves in circles. Art imitates life because they are one and the same. The parallels we see between nature and ourselves and the universe at large all speak to the cycles of rebirth which exist to perpetuity. Always has, always will. Brandon’s note quotes philosopher Ken Wilbur in “A Brief History of Everything:” No epoch is finally privileged. We are all tomorrow’s food. The process continues. And spirit is foud in the PROCESS itself, not in any particular epoch, time or place.

Brandon Boyd shared this as a narrative to the essence of “If Not Now, When?” Incubus’ latest record.

All there is is the present moment— history repeats; life moves in circles. Art imitates life because they are one and the same. The parallels we see between nature and ourselves and the universe at large all speak to the cycles of rebirth which exist to perpetuity. Always has, always will.

Brandon’s note quotes philosopher Ken Wilbur in “A Brief History of Everything:” No epoch is finally privileged. We are all tomorrow’s food. The process continues. And spirit is foud in the PROCESS itself, not in any particular epoch, time or place.