Deepconcepts

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  1. If you're so dissatisfied then find a new job, or improvise. Sure you're an adult, but honestly there is always room for more maturing which happens from making these decisions on your own. We can't give you the same experience as you would get doing something for yourself, and it might not work out either way, even if you have good intentions. I've met people who've come accross the world and have earned a living and then some but it took trial and error. They've been doing fine too and some have even started their own business and are paying off their own house at 20years old. You will make mistakes and likely a big one sooner or later, don't take this so seriously right now you're just in the beginning stages of life. All these successes stories on the internet is not real life it's just a collective self observed minority of people. Don't think about them...
  2. I can't remember where i heard this. "You don't do what you love, you do what you need to, to do what you love" you can do both, just earn a living first.
  3. It all comes down to mental maturity and physcal responsibilities, you are very mature for your age but you do live at home. I would never pay a 19 year old the same as a 52 year old, not to mention someone who has only worked for a measly 3 months. The older person in the end would likely take less money home than you after expenses. You're doing great, you can always tell him to take a break and relax while filling in his responsibilities, or offer to fill a shift. My dad once told me I was ungreatful, I truly was but only at a mental level. Try to be more forgiving with your boss and thankful at a verbal level, keep working and trust me. Great things up ahead, if only you could see what i see in you.
  4. I believe that forever identifying with your MBTI test is the biggest draw back to self actualization. If we are the same person as we were several years ago, what have we really truly accomplished at a psychological and spiritual level? Sounds a lot like complacency to me. Keep progressing, changing and perceiving life in a whole new way. The online test could be distorted by our aspirations, I have went from an INTP to now someone who is incredibly social and the life of the room. Perhaps I was truly this way and in denial from all the repression and self guilt.
  5. You're basically the guy with the Hammer playing whack a mole, but you have the option here to just let them present themselves and stop viewing some as "negative" every emotion compliments it's opposite emotion.
  6. @Aeris oh, yes reddit searches? Funny you say those things because i also thought "these capsules could of easily been filled with rice powder." Thanks for replying! I would definitely stay on the safe side and order your lions mane from more reputable sources than Paul in this case. I have no reason to doubt what you said because there are plenty of cheap skates in the supplement world.
  7. @Aeris could you elaborate? I typed paul stammet is a scam on google and couldn't find anything. I thought, maybe youtube and found nothing either. I don't know where you got your information from but let's make sure we're providing this forum with as clear and reputable information as possible. If he truly is a scam artist then i want to know how, so i know to never post information from him again. That was a 7 minute video and i don't want to waste anyones time. Everyone i have talked to in real life has Mycophobia, i don't want to steer people away from something potentially helpful. Scam or not someone let me in on this plz
  8. Yes, i still see no cognitive decline after stopping and I honestly feel like i'm still remembering better. Diet, sleep, lifestyle factors for example also plays a major part. Considering this, lions mane can't be soley attributed to an increase in cognition 100% of the time. There are many contributing factors but in general i see a very slow and subtle increase in overall improvement.
  9. Creatine is also worth looking into. https://nootropicsexpert.com/creatine/
  10. “In practice, thousands of little women in their villages have lived more gentle, more equable and more constant lives than [Cicero].” - michel de montaigne. You don't need to follow any of these things to live a grand life, if you want to follow your heart then do so. Just realize the outcomes will be different, certainly living in blissful ignorance is different than conceptualizing our self deceptions for personal development. You don't need to want to meditate, you meditate because you know when you need to. If you center yourself you'll have answers to the questions like the one you just asked. To be clear too, there is a major distinction between understanding and innerderstanding. I have nothing else to say besides i wish you the best.
  11. @Jacko it really depends on your financial status. If you've wanted to get a degree for the same amount of time it takes to complete it, then I think it's a reasonable choice. College is no small feat, especially if you're on your own and don't have much money. Sometimes if we don't act soon enough to figure out what is we want to do, we have to just spin the wheel.
  12. Surprised nobody has posted on this yet, great video man.
  13. @B_Naz there comes a point where you're capable of distinguishing the voice of doubt from constructive criticism. I believe that you can find the right answers eventually on your own, for the existential questions at least. As long as your asking the right ones.
  14. You're asking questions, taking actions but i don't think they might be the most optimal kind. Your mushroom experience could have easily gone alot worse. These subjects can scare you, it can make you feel absolute gratitude and astonishment but like alot of things it is only what you make it out to be. Decide for yourself what to make with this new encounter. I personally felt a little scared before greatful and astonished.
  15. @VadsterLobster I would have to say that it's mostly the "subconscious" that has knee jerk responses to prevent the We can't remap our entire outlook on life in one night, not to mention in one video. For example, someone can tell you, don't let them get to you! you might say "yaya fine i know." When really, you are still irritated by those people. It can take years to not let people irritate you, so unless you're reaffirming these things everyday and taking it seriously, you won't drill it in to your subconscious. Another example could be "don't make assumptions." In the context of a negative assumption of course. You say this again and again for 1000 days until you stop fabricating negative assumptions of others. Especially the you've lived thinking certain way the harder it'll be for you to change your ways.