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  1. I'm with @Jakuchu. I question his time as a monk. Additionally, I saw a video with him and his wife and his wife is like, "Jay spends hours in the mirror preparing every morning." There's definitely substantial vanity and ego. I don't think he is even tier two on spiral dynamics, rather than more of a quasi-spiritual poster child for stage orange. He talks way too much about "success", and his anecdotes and videos have an heir of superficiality in their analysis.
  2. @integral how is skin care and hair formulation have anything to do with health, versus just vain appearance. This is not doable for 99.9% of the population. Why is his shirt off the whole time. lmao
  3. @integral Nopez but, I did see read this too https://www.businessinsider.com/list-wealthiest-entrepreneurs-searching-for-the-secret-to-longevity-2023-1 . I think it's a foolish endeavor to try to live forever. I think maximizing health while we are alive in a natural, non-neurotic, non-narcicistic manner and trying to attain enlightenment are the most important things. Improving ones health, clear mind, healthy body are needed to do this . I think these men's egos are so strong, they can't stand the idea of death.
  4. https://www.tmz.com/2023/01/26/middle-aged-tech-bryan-johnson-spends-2-million-body-younger-18/
  5. Exceptional blog post @Leo Gura. My only critique is it may be a little harsh to call all of those from royalty cowards. Being born into a system, you often don't know how toxic it is because you don't have a reference living outside that system. Not everyone can just walk away from their privilege like Buddha. Giving up what you know for the unknown is hard for anyone. To your point being from royalty you are definitely at a consciouness and spirtuality disadvantage. But yes I agree Royal Systems are scams for sure.
  6. I had a meditation teacher who could cut him self off with ease from the world, not get tied up in emotions as easily as a normal person and focus for very long periods of time. He also had some idiosyncracies though too. My friend asked me if he was on the spectrum and I had to think about this. As I thought about this, it made me think of a number of great meditators I know, with habits and personality traits that make me wonder if they are on the spectrum, as well. It made me think could being on the autistic spectrum be an advantage in meditation? I realize that the spectrum is wide and so different forms of autism can have different effects and chacteristics. But here's a list of possible advantages certain types of Autism could provide in meditation: - A preference for being alone: "It's common for people with ASD to prefer being on their own." - "Exceptional honesty and reliability." - General Discipline: 1) "Being dependable in regards to schedules and routines." 2) "Able to concentrate for long periods of time when motivated." - To be a good meditator you have to let go of the common way of thinking and even act in counter- intuitive ways to calm the brain: 1)"A capability for alternate problem solving." 2)"A rare freshness and sense of wonderment." Curious about peoples' thoughts on this?
  7. @Leo Gura My business is growing and I am grappling with the decision to get additional employees for my business , right now it's only me. I grapple mainly because most models of business that I've experienced are built on exploiting their employees, making them feel insecure about their worth and under paying them to make additional profit. Do you have any advice for me overcoming this limitation of thought and morality. I am working on developing a business model that is more equitable, but this will take some time. Also, I have been rewatching your wage slavery video and juxtaposing it with your, when does the left go too far, which seems to have some contradiction to the wage slavery video, especially around business and the exploitative nature of our capitalistic economy.
  8. @mmKay reminds me of this key and peele skit 🤣🤣🤣
  9. @Something Funny exactly.
  10. @Leo Gura Fair enough and as always, I know you have a wide following at different stages, so I get it now. Thanks.
  11. I will give you that. Stage Orange.
  12. Come on @Leo Gura, this guy is full of it. Yes, I agree about language and pushing through difficult times is important. Clearly, he is a materialist and values wealth likely over many other things.. Also, "tired", there's a threshold when it's pertinent, he doesn't even acknowledge that. This is how you take yourself into chronically burnt out mode. Honestly, I think this guy is trash.
  13. @Leo Gura I agree, but not getting paid hourly is harder said then done. I'm still picking apart your life purose course for this.
  14. @Leo Gura Thank you, in all seriousness for your humbleness and consistency. Note: some may say you are arrogant, but I think there's paradox in that, given your message. I was getting swooped up in the dream and I forgot about god. Your lessons bring me back.