Tyler Robinson

2023 Resolutions - share yours.

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My 2023 Resolutions that I couldn't successfully complete this year. Hope to finish my goals next year. 

Share your resolutions as well. 

My new year resolutions and goals 

  • To get good sleep and cure my insomnia
  • To work on my health and become fit again 
  • Not waste time in relationships 
  • Create a stable routine 
  • Develop a strong self care regimen 
  • Recover from my mental health problems 
  • Look for community work
  • Look for a new job.
  • Learn how to deal with a narcissist or find an exit strategy 
  • Connect with God 
  • Implement my spirituality skills and techniques I learned over the last 4 years. 
  • Develop a flair at writing 

♡✸♡.

 Be careful being too demanding in relationships. Relate to the person at the level they are at, not where you need them to be.

You have to get out of the kitchen where Tate's energy exists ~ Tyler Robinson 

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  • Switch to 100% raw diet without additives (fruits, nuts, eggs, meats)
  • Throw away my headphones
  • Be on my feet 6 hours a day
  • Have my first reproductive orgasm 
  • Sell my first product
  • Play new single player games for 365 hours
  • Watch 365 new movies / episodes
  • Listen to 3650 new songs
  • Read 3650 new pages

I left this forum because a moderator has a problem with me talking positively about myself and giving advice. This reflects the forum as a whole. This place is negative, bitter, hateful and anti success. If you don't notice this that's because you're one of them. I hope some of you benefited from my posts. Take care.

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More than 30 years ago I made a new year's resolution to never make another new year's resolution....haven't done it since. Haha

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11 minutes ago, SOUL said:

More than 30 years ago I made a new year's resolution to never make another new year's resolution....haven't done it since. Haha

Your commitment and tenacity is inspiring, it brings a tear to my eye and hope to my soul that I could do the same ^_^


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I feel like you’ll have more luck picking like one or two things as New Year’s resolutions and really focusing hard on those. Setting one single day when you’re going to turn your life around is very hard on you

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  • Vegetarian diet.  Vegan in the next couple of years, but I'm working my way up to it.  Spiritual experience along with confirmation has given me the message that violating the rights of other things goes against God's design.  Free will and respect for things is very important and the meat industry causes a lot of global destruction and suffering to beings who don't deserve it, who have the intelligence and emotional range equal or more than a dog or cat.
  • Morning self care routine.  I was doing okay until I got sicker in late August and let go completely, but this is not a good habit to continue, so... daily morning showers, brush hair, teeth and floss 2x daily.
  • Keep room organized.  Same problem as above.  A clean space is a healthy space.
  • Continue to work on anger/judgement/letting go.  This has been going really well, but it's a long process to change completely, I will keep up with it.
  • Start a morning and night prayer routine to bless others.
  • Work on improving empathy/global awareness/being conscious of other's suffering.
  • Keep attempting to open the Heart center and maintaining Faith.
  • Don't argue about spiritual beliefs or ideas or get into debates on this forum/don't overshare problems unless there is some sort of incoming resolution for it or the advice could be beneficial to another person/no self pity
  • Try to lead by example, but don't have expectations for others - let everyone else be and do what they wanna and don't interfere.
  • Keep building on my wishies.

 

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1 hour ago, Loba said:

 

  • Vegetarian diet.  Vegan in the next couple of years, but I'm working my way up to it.  Spiritual experience along with confirmation has given me the message that violating the rights of other things goes against God's design.  Free will and respect for things is very important and the meat industry causes a lot of global destruction and suffering to beings who don't deserve it, who have the intelligence and emotional range equal or more than a dog or cat.
  • Morning self care routine.  I was doing okay until I got sicker in late August and let go completely, but this is not a good habit to continue, so... daily morning showers, brush hair, teeth and floss 2x daily.
  • Keep room organized.  Same problem as above.  A clean space is a healthy space.
  • Continue to work on anger/judgement/letting go.  This has been going really well, but it's a long process to change completely, I will keep up with it.
  • Start a morning and night prayer routine to bless others.
  • Work on improving empathy/global awareness/being conscious of other's suffering.
  • Keep attempting to open the Heart center and maintaining Faith.
  • Don't argue about spiritual beliefs or ideas or get into debates on this forum/don't overshare problems unless there is some sort of incoming resolution for it or the advice could be beneficial to another person/no self pity
  • Try to lead by example, but don't have expectations for others - let everyone else be and do what they wanna and don't interfere.
  • Keep building on my wishies.

 

These are really nice ones. 


♡✸♡.

 Be careful being too demanding in relationships. Relate to the person at the level they are at, not where you need them to be.

You have to get out of the kitchen where Tate's energy exists ~ Tyler Robinson 

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-Exercise, stretch and massage my legs everyday in an attempt to heal from my knee pain. I hope to be able to run 10x around a track by June without knee pain.

-Meditate 1hr everyday - I just want to do as many days as I can in a row. I did 100 days in a row several years ago so if I can do more than that then I would consider it a success.

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1. learn web development (HTML, CSS, and Javascript) 

2. learn to drive 

3. read 12 books 

4. get an average above 90 in school

5. be able to do 100 push ups, pull ups, and squats. 

i wanted to put meditation too, but i cant really measure meditation and i already meditate so i ignored it. 

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1. Buy a reliable vehicle 

2. Come as close as possible to meeting the elite strength standards on exrx.net

3. Try to go on a meditation retreat but then push it off until the next year once it’s seen that all factors of existence relating to such a thing are not perfectly aligned

4. Spend more time with my mom 


I can’t wait ?


“Any kind of consciousness whatever, whether past, future, or present, internal or external, gross or subtle, inferior or superior, far or near — a disciple of mine sees all consciousness as it actually is with proper wisdom thus: ‘This is not mine, this I am not, this is not my self.’” - the Tathāgata

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1. complete financial independence

2. move to asia???

3. live near a good wat/monastery/retreat center

4. make more like-minded friends

5. experience a relationship

6. profit???????

7. total liberation from all suffering


just be here, if you can do it this moment you can do it the next moment

this is the now, now is all that is real, the truth is now, not your concept or experience, just this

is there suffering in this ? work to be done young jedi. me

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Goals of 2023 ( A continuation of my current goals)

1. Finish my studies

2. Get my Drivers license 

3. Find Work and move to New Zealand

4. Learn more about how to handle my finances

5. Continue improving my diet

6. Continue my exercise regiment and incorporate strength work

7. Have some fun and enjoy the fruits of my success ;)

 

Edited by LoneWonderer

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- find a job

- lose weight

- read at least 3 books

- create meaningful relationships 

- study for my degree

 

Edited by TheGreekSeeker

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  • Workout for 45 min a least once a week (weights and calisthenics) 
  • Finish my studies
  • Doing stuff anyways instead of just waiting to feel motivated 
Edited by Everyday

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  • no gamble
  • no smoking (both cigarettes and good stuff)
  • focus on exercise, work & get a loving, positive & beautiful girlfriend

Terms may not apply in 2024, I might eventually miss being toxic xD

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 "Unburdened and Becoming" - Bon Iver

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