Pierre starts out by putting a question on the board:
What follows if throughout the cosmos each solar system within each galaxy has a unique beginning middle and end? Then does each reflect its own stage of development? because if so then what is the sum of all that development? Could it be just one name? The Logos.
If a certain stage of development allows interconnectedness then...
At about 9:10, Belinda looks at one of her dreams with Pierre (cut out and available separately here).
If the pathologos(*) exists, does it have a providential aspect to it?
Parallels between the pathologos scene and an enlightenment experience (both unifying, knowing, they think they found a good, a new direction, new role, etc.)
The dynamics of providence are similar at the two levels, but the language of providence at the two levels is vastly different
A pathologos is not providential, only pseudo-providential. Only the Logos is providential.
How do the parents learn to do this? They realize that they are doing what they're doing (playing out the game). But none of them know why they're doing it.
One has to employ ousia (looking at onesself) to see what is going on, and stop it.
How aware are the parents when they're doing it?
Pierre recalls how years ago he watched himself blowing up over his son Peter being in an open, free state, running his bike over the heater grate on the floor. This led Pierre to a question in his own mind about what drove that reaction.
(*) A term Pierre invented. It is explained in his book (with Regina Uliana), Philosophical Midwifery: A New Paradigm for Understanding Human Problems, ISBN-10 0-9648191-1-2 (softcover), ISBN-10 0-9648191-2-0 (hardcover).