Daniele Bolelli speaking with Aubrey Marcus about living a Yin-Yang type of existence
Daniele: ...You want to be comfortable in as many environments as humanly possible, you know, on Earth.
Aubrey: That's it. That's the key, is to earn peoples respect in those languages they know. Otherwise they'll tune you out. Literally like it's a different language. Literally like if you switched to Italian right now on this Podcast and most of your non-bilingual people will be just like; 'huh? huh? ok i'm over this'. They just wouldn't listen to you anymore, it's just not their language. And I think that's one of the things that our good friend Joe Rogan has really done thats really shaken things up. Because he is a bad motherfucker. He is tough as shit. I mean, he can beat you on your feet...
Aubrey: ...he can beat you on the mat. There is no solace for him.
Aubrey: He's just a really tough guy. And up in Stand up Comedy, that's about as masculine a Performance Art as there is. But at the same time he's talking about Float Tanks...
Aubrey: ...and smoking DMT, and doing Yoga and Meditating. And all of a sudden, all of these people that have never listened to anybody else are like; 'oh ok'.
Daniele: 'If Joe says so maybe I should try it', yes of course.
Aubrey: And that has been a beauty of his message, you know. And I think it's really important. And I think that's the next way. I mean, hell, that is the symbol of Quetzalcoatl. You know, the feathered serpent. That alliance of two things that don't, shouldn't really go together. You know, feathers and scales.
Daniele: So it's a Mexican version of Yin and Yang.
Aubrey: It is. That's exactly right.
Episode #19 of The Drunken Taoist podcast @ -40:01