Why do so many marriages end in divorce? Why are so many people lonely and don’t find happiness in a traditional partnership? Why are there different types of sexuality? Why do many parents experience a conflict between wishing to spend time with their children and wishing to devote more time to intellectual and creative work? Are we experiencing a sexual evolution of humanity that is parallel to its intellectual and social development?
In this podcast episode, Mary McGovern from Copenhagen/Scotland and I discuss Martinus’ analyses of the pole transformation and the effects of the changing balance of the poles that we can observe in society today. I also tell about how I first met Martinus’ analyses through my grandmother and my father.
This podcast was recorded at the Martinus Institute, Frederiksberg, Copenhagen on 10th March 2018.
Music composed and performed by Lars Palerius.
See also the blog post Life as an eternal, changing work of art