From what I can find, Jed McKenna is a completely made up character and a total work of fiction (which is completely okay) and the familiar voice we seem to hear in all the Y'ubes, it's all the same reader, so probably it's a professional reader from the published audio books. So, no one knows who he is, and apparently that was on purpose. Through the readings/videos I have been listening to, I was wondering why he hadn't been on channels like the Buddha at the Gas Pump interview series.
Still, in what I have heard, I resonate quite fully. I have tried to stress that only brutal self-honesty is going to do the job of destroying that which isn't true, which of course, isn't really there to be destroyed. The Jed character just doesn't pull his punches as much as my style might allow. I do like his jabs, hooks, and haymakers. Only the beliefs and assumptions emanating from the lie of being something real and true in some objective form create the dreaming we take as the real. One thing I heard in one of the many videos I have listened to in the past two days really nailed it:
You don't want to awaken from your dream.
You want to have a dream of awakening.
I found this page about Jed McKenna (think about that name now -- funny shit, this guy -- I like his style) this morning: http://www.spiritual...rg/jed-mckenna/
Edited by Alder Logs, 28 August 2019 - 12:01 PM.