I've been going through my own personal awakening lately. One of my favorite things to do is write satire for Youtube sketches. I have a character that I write and play - Tobias the hippie. In the past it was easy to poke fun that caricature version of myself. All the clichés you can imagine that surround the Burning Man culture, the psychedelics, etc.
But in the past couple months I've become more and more interested and exposed to the subject of Ascension (as depicted in Dolores Cannon's books). It's on my mind constantly and I feel myself making decisions and guiding my internal thoughts toward this evolution. I've been wanting to do a Zoom sketch where Tobias tells his "un-woke" friend all about the ascension and how he needs to raise his vibrations so he's not left behind. There's no doubt that some people out there have taken an elitist stance on consciousness and awakening, but am I doing a disservice to this sacred process by discussing it in satire?
My intention is to introduce the subject in a non-invasive way by laughing at how absurd it can sound to someone who is not familiar with it. My reservation is that I'm giving the doubters more ammo and reasons to scoff at something they fear or don't understand. I know that all of this heavily depends on what exactly is said in the sketch but I'm curious as to how you would feel if you saw a cliché hippie in a movie or TV show being overly preachy about something special to you. Would you laugh and say "Oh I know that person/I can be that person sometimes" or would you interpret it as pop culture trying to minimize/marginalize something sacred to you?
I appreciate all of your thoughts and time. Have a blessed week my friends. :)