Slade

Member
  • Content count

    305
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Everything posted by Slade

  1. Are there any youtubers or bloggers that you find most accurate with tarot readings and astrology in general?
  2. Have a conversation with him about this. Friendships are important. If you can take this friendship and make it into one where you two support each other and let go of the limiting beliefs that are holding you back then it can supercharge both of yours success.
  3. You’re not expected to know what you want to do for the rest of your life. Nobody knows at your age. Nobody ever knows at any age because what you want to do will change. I suggest contacting a few social workers and asking them about the job, that would help you see if it’s something you’d want to do or not.
  4. I get the feeling that you need to explore. What things light you up inside? Move in that direction with an open mind. Watch YouTube videos and read books about whatever it is you think you might be passionate about. That’s what you’re looking for, is the passion. What do you think you are passionate about? Give me the top three things you love most in life and I’ll try to help more.
  5. What inspired you about it in the first place? Maybe you need to get in touch with that again. Or you’ve moved on from that purpose and have a new purpose
  6. There nothing wrong with wanting a relationship, but ask yourself why you want one. Are you trying to fill a void? If you only have positive motivation for having a relationship then great! Go for it. But if you’re looking for someone to lean on or escape reality with then it’s probably best you keep working on yourself first. Watch Leo’s video on How to Deal with Lonelienss. You should be able to be the past person on earth and still be just as happy. Relationships and the other stuff is just icing on the cake.
  7. Don’t worry about all that other shit that’s just a distraction from what you really want. Your goal is to have women in your life. The quickest path between two points is a straight line. I could tell you all the stuff you want to hear like “yeah man work on your inner game, go to the gym, eat healthy and feel good about yourself” but the truth is that to get the results that you want, you need to go after them directly. You wouldn’t go read a book if you wanted to build muscle. Unless that book was somehow going to teach you something that would help you build muscle. But at the end of the day, you gotta get your ass to the gym. At the end of the day, you need to go out and meet women.
  8. Have you tried pickup?
  9. I think any music you make from that “space” could be considered conscious music. When spiritual teachers like Eckhart Tolle talk from that space, their words are almost meditative. If you’re enlightened and making music, it’s God making the music, how could that not be conscious music? I think music that brings people’s focus to this moment would be better than really emotional music that takes them away into a story. But you could also make music about a story to I guess it just depends on the place it’s coming from. Music is helpful to humanity in that it’s artwork, it can be beautiful. Calm music and music you hear in a spa might be a good example of what more conscious music sounds like. The music you make will change as you become more conscious and move through the stages of spiral dynamics. Just how Leo’s videos have changed. Hope this helps.
  10. Leo has a video on it. Joseph Campbell came up with the concept after studying all sorts of mythology from around the world. He found a common theme in all of these stories of a hero setting off on an adventure to find himself. George Lucas used the hero’s journey concept for creating Star Wars. So if you’ve seen those movies it’s a great depiction of it. The first part of the journey is when the hero gets his call to action and he denys it. Until he’s backed into a corner and he has no choice but to accept the call. I took Leo’s life purpose course and my “call” showed up as stand up comedy and what do ya know, I rejected the idea of doing it. Until about a month ago I went to a comedy show and realized that this may be my one thing, my life purpose. Now I’m reading books on it and I’m sort of being forced to either try standup comedy or live a shitty life. My journey has just begun. Once you understand how the journey relates to your life it helps you surrender to it and stay on the path. Watch Leo’s video and read some of joseph Campbell’s work.
  11. Some of you asked me to keep you updated on my progress with this diet so here it is. For the last two months my diet has consisted of raw meat, raw milk, raw honey, raw rotten meat and kefir. I haven’t been perfect with it, I’ve caved and eaten some cookies as well as when I was out of town I had to drink pasteurized milk instead of raw milk but only for about a week. Heres what I eat on a daily basis; 1lb of raw meat (steak, heart, or liver) 1 gallon of grass fed raw milk 3 tbsp of raw honey (I usually mix it in with a cup of milk and it is DELICIOUS!) 2 cups of kefir that I make from my raw milk. (Kefir is supposedly a probiotic powerhouse) A bite or two of raw rotten steak (about two months old now), not every day but maybe 2 or 3 times/week. I started this diet after hearing about the work of Aajonus Vonderplanitz and a few other people on YouTube that follow it as well. I haven’t noticed too much of a difference but there are a few things I want to point out. On a vegan diet, my body felt hollow and anytime I worked out I absolutely dreaded it. I wasn’t a clean vegan by any means, however once I started eating meat again I noticed that I had so much more strength to exercise and it actually became enjoyable again. My body doesn’t feel hollow anymore, I feel quite dense and full. My skin has cleared up, I hardly get acne anymore. My eyes also seem to be whiter and I get less redness. I’ve been on a bulk the last two months so I’ve been eating a surplus of calories, however since I’m eating raw fat I’m gaining weight but also leaning out at the same time. From what I’ve heard, eating fat helps you to lean out because your body doesn’t need to hold onto fat to protect itself when it’s getting enough fat consistently. Other than that I don’t feel too different. I’m young anyways so it may be harder for me to feel the effects of switching diets. I have noticed that drinking milk can make me feel kind of tired. I’ve heard it has something to do with the fact that when we’re babies we wake up to drink milk and then go back to sleep. I feel like there may be something in the milk that triggers us to make us sleepy. Not too sure just a thought. I mainly wanted to post this to show people that I’m still alive after two months on this diet. Haha I actually had a friend get salmonella recently, from a salad. Oh the irony. If you want to learn more about this diet I suggest reading We want to live by Aajonus Vonderplanitz and check out some people on YouTube like Melissa Henig, Sv3rige, and Frank Tufano.
  12. @Annabelle09 if you’re sure that’s what you want to do then it’s never too late. If you realized the direction you want to take your life at the age of 80 years old it still wouldn’t be too late. Follow your arrow.
  13. I’ve heard a lot of success stories from people watching their mind movies and manifesting exactly was in their movie. This seems like a great way to use the law of attraction. Do you watch a mind movie of your own and have you had success with it?
  14. Joe dispenza has great books on this
  15. Read we want to live by Aajonus Vonderplanitz. “Let food be thy medicine”
  16. I’m confused. I want so badly to find my life purpose and live my top values, but I don’t know if I’m doing it right. I don’t know if I’m on the real path to developing myself and making my life better. I feel like sometimes I wake up and I remember how important these things are to me and then I fall back asleep and end up wanting to party or get distracted with the daily tasks of life. I’m doing Kriya yoga, daily learning, affirmations and contemplation about my life purpose, trying to get my hands on psychedelics, but I seriously wonder sometimes if this work is going to get me anywhere. Will I someday find that I’m experiencing all that life has to offer and contributing my life purpose to the world? Everyone is saying to go in a different direction. Meditate, go make a lot of money, go pickup a bunch of hot girls, spend time with family and friends, workout and eat right, read this book read that book, etc... How do I know that the activities I do are actually going to lead somewhere? Theres no fucking way I’ll ever give up but damn this path is difficult. This must be what Leo talks about when he says it feels like your hacking your way through the forest with a machete and walking through knee deep mud, not knowing where the fuck you’re going. I don’t know if any of you can help I guess I’m just venting. Lol #HerosJourney
  17. I’m searching for my life purpose and I think stand up comedy might be it. I went to a show the other night and it was pretty inspiring. I’d love to speak with you, if you’re a comedian, on how you got started and stuff!