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  1. Truelove Posted on July 14, 2020 at 4:12 pm

    You are so loved 🙂 be of good cheer….think happy thoughts

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  2. Marcus Blackbird Posted on July 14, 2020 at 4:12 pm

    For me it works best to eat one meal a day. Never experienced low blood sugar and both body and brain seems to like it.

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  3. Felix Ferreira Posted on July 14, 2020 at 4:12 pm

    A follow-up https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QdT6nU9Xcxs&t=

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  4. SKYRULE-49 Posted on July 14, 2020 at 4:12 pm

    Peterson is the most hardcore, keep it real person, I seen on youtube.
    The fact he's not ashamed to show his tears on youtube proves how secure and confident he is.
    MORE RESPECT TO HIM.

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  5. SKYRULE-49 Posted on July 14, 2020 at 4:12 pm

    The only advice I can't do unfortunately is wake up in the mornings.
    I don't focus in the mornings, I make way more mistakes in the mornings, and I fail in mornings.

    I'm not a morning person!!!
    However, I learn to adapt to my problems. During the evenings, I'm flawless!
    I take evening classes in college and work nights; as a result, I obtained a degree in computer science and made it to the dean's list and got a raise 3x within 5 years.
    Basically, there is a way to deal with your weakness rather than one size fits all.
    But other than that, JP YOU ROCK!!!!

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  6. Breakman Radio Posted on July 14, 2020 at 4:12 pm

    1:36:00 God, he's so ignorant of functional medicine. Dude, HOW IN THE WORLD DID HE REMAIN UNFAMILIAR WITH CES THERAPY (it has far greater efficacy than ECT ,electric convulsive therapy, in MOST cases and it creates no strain on the body whatsoever, you don't even feel the electricity.) AND OF HRV BIOFEEDBACK THERAPY? AND NEUROFEEDBACK THERAPY? I literally had to e-mail his daughter a few weeks ago about these therapies (which he obviously needs given that he got hooked on BENZODIAZIPINES and had to go to a rehab to get off of them) and she responded that she'd look into them.

    THIS IS MY FAULT. Why didn't I kept myself together sooner? I only got myself together thanks to Jordan Peterson. And I still have many aspects of myself and my life I must fix/optimize before I can commit adequate time to producing a podcast, freelance writing, preaching as a pastor, investing in online marketing, investing in social media marketing, working with a virtual assistant and then a real assistant. It will take me at least 5-6 months of biohacking, optimizing my health, optimizing the quality of my life, optimizing my habits, optimizing my financial planning, optimizing my use of my schedule and my calendar, optimizing my organizational skills, etc. as well as expanding my business so I can make at least $50/hr (I made over $50/hr on a side job just last week) 40-50 hours per week.

    BUT… I SHOULD HAVE GOTTEN MY SHIT TOGETHER A DECADE AGO. God, I wish Jordan Peterson had come into my life when I was 19 instead of 29. But I suppose I had to suffer, do terribly stupid things, hurt myself over and over again, make terrible decisions, suffer, suffer, and suffer some more in order to realize how beautiful life truly is when you live it the right way and just how dark and terrible many peoples' lives are. So many people are suffering. And I want to help as many people as possible. BUT I HAVE TO GET MY OWN HOUSE IN ORDER FIRST. I HAVE TO MAKE MYSELF A BETTER PERSON, AND MY FAMILY A BETTER FAMILY, AND MY RELATIONSHIPS BETTER RELATIONSHIPS, BEFORE I CAN WORK TOWARDS MAKING THE WORLD A BETTER PLACE. So that's what I'm doing.

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  7. Breakman Radio Posted on July 14, 2020 at 4:12 pm

    GOOGLE: The Bulletproof Diet. Eat meals at a regular time. But don't EAT breakfast. START THE DAY WITH A CUP OF BULLETPROOF COFFEE (approx. 900 calories).

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  8. Breakman Radio Posted on July 14, 2020 at 4:12 pm

    cheese and CRACKERS? Yeah, fuck carbs bro. You want carbs? Eat vegetables. There's your carbs for the day. Otherwise, high fat, medium protein, no carbs most days. But eat something like rice or a sweet potato once a week. Safe carbs.

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  9. Breakman Radio Posted on July 14, 2020 at 4:12 pm

    LOLLLLL Dr. Peterson BEFORE he learned about the benefits of intermittent fasting. "YOU NEED TO EAT BREAKFAST!" – APRIL 28TH 2018. Soooooooooooo wrong.

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  10. Satine Luso Posted on July 14, 2020 at 4:12 pm

    U r the one to pop the illusion bubble that someone made for themselves… Bc u try to let people understand the impact of such behaviour that the lefty endeavour to brainwash the majority to give up on fighting for themselves.

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  11. Jorge Ramos Posted on July 14, 2020 at 4:12 pm

    I think here there is a misunderstanding about catholics, which views are very similar to Orthodoxies and other eastern churches. You have to take your cross and follow Christ, live it with the Grace of God, that is in Catholicism. In Protestantism, normally they believe in Faith alone that is asserting the propositions you mention. In reality in Catholicism there are Easter Churches with similar heritage compared to Orthodox Church. In addition, Catholicism and Orthodox Christianity have 97% the same believes.

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  12. Typhoon of Ideas Posted on July 14, 2020 at 4:12 pm

    Those Q&As are super insightful. I'm making a bunch of extensive notes watching those.

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  13. George thethird Posted on July 14, 2020 at 4:12 pm

    From those suffering from debilitating depression listen to me, somebody that has been suffering for well over a decade so bad I wanted to end my life. When depression gets to that point its caused by one thing, PHISICAL PAIN not mental pain. Your mind is numbing PHISICAL PAIN so their are no room for other emotions but stress and anguish. Thats why Ketamine and SGB has been so effective. Your best path is to treat PHISICAL PAIN and see a pain doctor. Not pills I don't take pills, they have other methods. Your mid goes to anguish that same way water seeks its own level,  your mind has to connect to what it knows. Free the PHISICAL PIAN then you can experience other emotions and connect to others in positive ways

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  14. light world Posted on July 14, 2020 at 4:12 pm

    Jordan Peterson go play chess. 32 pieces divided equally in polarity with 64 place on a board also divided equally in polarity. With rules and consequence with 2 opponent calculating movement and counter movement through a set of rules. The more move you can calculate on every piece each way the higher your chance to win 2 on every 32 piece equal 64 movement 10 on every piece equal 640 movement. To win a game one of the best way to win against a opponent is to make a move that require 2 move to counter it on the king check mate. If you can do that it counter the math done on movement and counter movement because you can only make 1 move to uncheck the king. Have a nice day.

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  15. Lisa Simpson Posted on July 14, 2020 at 4:12 pm

    Such a wonderful man. An inspiration. Thank you!

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  16. argban Posted on July 14, 2020 at 4:12 pm

    Sobre el caos. Me paso de una experiencia involuntaria en la que no decidi concientemente destruir mi ego.
    Brutal leccion. Descendi al infierno

    Aprendi que tengo que trabajar sobre mi trastorno de personalidad. Sobre algunos sintomas. Y dejarme ayudar. Hacer el bien , y el bien a los demas. El orden y la claridad mental es la herramienta fundamental para hacer las cosas bien.

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  17. Ser Vant Posted on July 14, 2020 at 4:12 pm

    Copy pasted from some other youtube channel. This was my comment regarding the Orthodox part, I pray please read if possible.

    "I think Jordan has not read much Catholic writings, because that idea which he has explained as a forefront for Orthodox Christianity is also very much, and I say this with great emphasis, the mission of Catholicism.

    I wish he'd read more of the works of and about Catholic saints: Saint Padre Pio, Saint Mother Teresa of Calcutta, St. Faustina and the little shepherds of Fatima, St. Catherine of Sienna, St. Francis of Assisi, St. Dominic de Guzman, Saint Therese of Lisuex, St. Thomas Aquinas (maybe you have read about him or of his writings, but I've decided to include him in the list anyway), and more.

    The saints have always taught and lived as an example that for love of Christ one must carry one's cross for the Greater Glory of God and to partake in Jesus' suffering for the salvation of souls.

    Perhaps Peterson has received a rather fogged misconception about Catholic Theology, perhaps due to Protestantism with their ideas possibly masking the true Catholic teaching whilst he was receiving them.

    I have to be honest, I feel rather discomforted hearing that he misunderstands the Catholic Church, it makes me want to tell him about her beauty and about her saints. Please Peterson read more about and of the works of our saints. This I pray you, but it is highly unlikely that this message will come across." — I say "highly unlikely" because again it was posted in some other channel, but here it may have a chance.

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  18. ░▒▓█▇▆▅▄▃▂Gous▂▃▄▅▆▇█▓▒░ Posted on July 14, 2020 at 4:12 pm

    Sad how it doesn't even motivate me at all, I'm listening very close every word, I did things you mentioned, I woke up at the same time, worked out, had work, but everything I did felt senseless, at the end we just die anyway, if I'm fat, have cancer, or kill myself or other things happen to me to you or anyone else, doesn't matter because everything goes, for what making plans for life if it isn't something you don't care anyway, what if you don't care for people and you like to be alone and don't like to be with people and feel uncomfortable around people, what if someone just wants nothing to do with the world in general, not because you are mad or sad, just because you feel like not being a part of anything because you don't want to be a part of anything.

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  19. Warren Stringer Posted on July 14, 2020 at 4:12 pm

    Comment on gay couples. Cited is a set of metrics for both parents vs single parent. Fair enough. Then the reference to "single parent" is expanded to encompass "gay couple". No metrics; conjecture. Then comes an implicit supposition that a gay couple cannot provide gender roles. A pivot towards a study on rats about the value of gender roles. Very fascinating discourse. Food for thought. But, where is that study on gay couples? Where is the test to prove or disprove the thesis? There is anecdotal evidence that gay couples segment into gender roles. Any studies on that? I won't argue one side or the other, because I don't know. Show me the specific metrics on gay couples and the methodology. Otherwise, a fascinating opinion, but one that lacks rigour.

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  20. Andu Antoniu Posted on July 14, 2020 at 4:12 pm

    We waiting for you in orthodox Romania, Dr Peterson! 🙂

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  21. Snorri Bjarnason Posted on July 14, 2020 at 4:12 pm

    Everytime I´m in pain JP comes and tells me "your stupid theory was wrong"

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  22. Lucho Portuano Posted on July 14, 2020 at 4:12 pm

    I love you so much Sir.

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  23. Coptic Orthodox Answers Posted on July 14, 2020 at 4:12 pm

    As Orthodox Christians, we infinitely thank you for all you are doing. Your dedication to the truth is beyond remarkable and you do it wholeheartedly regardless of the heat you are taking. We sense your genuineness, love and willingness to open the eyes of many. And for all of this and more, we are grateful for you! May God truly reward you! On behalf of Coptic Christians in the West.

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  24. Josh Savage Posted on July 14, 2020 at 4:12 pm

    I love this man, I would do anything just to be able to talk to him for a few minutes

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  25. Brent Bay Posted on July 14, 2020 at 4:12 pm

    Glad to see you staying and fighting and trying, a lot of us fed up with.. all of whatever is going on in the west and left for China or Japan or elsewhere. If we are all something the same, though I feel bad I didn't keep trying in some ways, I just couldn't deal with the way things are going, and of course, here has it's own problems, but here I am in Japan just living alone in one of the coldest, most isolated places in the country working a pretty simple job that gives me time to develop myself with no clear idea on what i should be developing, while my Chinese wife is slowly making things work in the future in the USA, with our 3 year old autistic daughter, with my mother working full time to support them as well, it's such a strange complex situation and I'm always asking what am I supposed to do with all these broken parts of life put together in such a way that almost feels intentionally chaotic, and every so often, but not often enough I ask myself, what can I be doing right now to make my situation from one of chaos into order, into something strange and new because I have no idea how to make my own life work.

    Having a difficult enough time making normal jobs work, 'hitting' the mark and trying, failing, trying again, sometimes starting to doubt that everyone can win if they just try hard enough, and starting to wonder if some people just can't win no matter what, even if they try 10,000 times, it's just their fate. Or maybe that 10,001 time, i'll make it work somehow, or I won't, but if I don't, know one will know better because they will at least have the people who did out there to tell their story and give them hope.

    I like to think about free will as 'sacrifice potential', based on your current arena or position in life, you are more apt to sacrifice some things for others than other people, for example like a king vs a peasant may not have the same 'free will' or the same level of potential for sacrifice, the king can sacrifice 500 lives to potentially gain more land or resources, whereas the peasant can sacrifice less, like time for food, or food for time.

    I myself am 35 now, have been hermiting up out here, avoiding almost everything and everyone in life, I was very happy to watch a lot of your earlier lectures, it seems a more fitting potential for a resolution between this anger fueled back and forth we have with gender and racial issues currently held in the west. Please keep good health. I studied behavioral psychology at WMU, have found your lectures a breath of fresh air, have also enjoyed Robert Sepolksy's lectures and am really happy to see a lot more biology anecdotes in psychology today.

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  26. Ясен Добрев Posted on July 14, 2020 at 4:12 pm


    Mr.Peterson, you are  right about the taking up of the cross. We have to take up our cross. Just to mention a popular misconception among many newly converts to orthodoxy,  I would like to say a few words on the matter that I am going to write on. I want to clarify in case that you are challenged on the topic. 
    Despite the fact that the teaching that our sins are redeemed on the Cross through Christ's Sacrifice, has always been a part of the Orthodox theology, many converts to Orthodoxy especially from Protestantism, are misled into thinking that the Orthodox Christians do not believe in the redemption. They are misled by the works of the famous thelogians from the 19th century who were the first to reject it for it being supposedly a Western influence, and their followers from the 20th century.  The teaching is Orthodox and is not a Western influence into orthodox theology. Yes, the Orthodox Church is a hospital and we are healed. But that sin is only a desease and not a transgression, and that our sins are not redeemed by Christ on the Cross, are not Orthodox beliefs.
    For example, St. John Chrysostom says in his Tenth Homily on the Epistle of Romans:''As the best physicians always take great pains to discover the source of diseases, and go to the very fountain of the mischief, so doth the blessed Paul also. Hence after having said that we were justified, and having shown it from the Patriarch, and from the Spirit, and from the dying of Christ (for He would not have died unless He intended to justify), he next confirms from other sources also what he had at such length demonstrated… For we were at once freed from punishment, and put off all iniquity, and were also born again from above (John iii. 3) and rose again with the old man buried, and were redeemed, justified, led up to adoption, sanctified, made brothers of the Only-begotten, and joint heirs and of one Body with Him, and counted for His Flesh, and even as a Body with the Head, so were we united unto Him.'' St.John Chrysostom clearly says that Christ would not have died unless He intended to justify, i.e. most important purpose of His Death on the Cross, was to become a means of our justification. We are justified through His death on the Cross. And St.John Chrysostom clearly points to the fact that our Lord Jesus Christ's suffering and Death on the Cross, were redemptive:''we were redeemed''. One of the anathemas on The Sunday of the Triumph of Orthodoxy- the first Sunday of the Great Lent, says:''To those who reject the grace of redemption preached by the Gospel as the only means of our justification before God, Anathema.'' This anathema repeats the 5th anathema declared at the Local Council of Constantinople in 1076 CE. The claim that the teaching of the redemption of sin on the Cross by Christ was not an Orthodox teaching, first occurred in the end of the 19th century in Russia. This claim considered the teaching of redemption of sin on the Cross, to be a result of an Western influence on the Orthodox theology and that the teaching supposedly entered the Russian Orthodox theology in the 17-18th centuries. The claim is a part of the so-called anti-legalist theory which occurred in the 20th century and which changes the meaning of and even rejects all terms in Orthodox theology that are legalistic in nature: judgment, condemnation, ransom, redemption, atonement, transgression, debt, paying a debt, reconciliation with God, wrath of God, propitiation, punishment, justice, restoration of justice. For the first time the rejection of the redemption of sin on the Cross, was expressed by Sergius Stragorodsky (1867-1944) in his book ,,The Orthodox teaching of salvation'' (1895). Hieromonk Tarasius Kurgansky (1876-1904) expressed this teaching in his doctor's dissertation ''Great Russian and Little Russian theology of the XVI and XVII centuries'' (1900 CE) in the Kazan's theological academy and it was influenced by Metropolitan Metropolitan Antony Khrapovitsky of Kiev and Galicia (1863-1936) who is the most prominent follower of this teaching that he thorougly expressed in his book ''The Dogma of Redemption'' (1917) and in his Cathehism (1924). Metropolitan Sergius Stragorodsky had been a disciple of Metropolitan Antony and was influenced by him. Metropolitan Anatoly named this teaching ''ethical monism''. It must be mantioned that there was an opposition of this false teaching yet in the time of Metropolitan Anthony, for example by Archbishop Theophan of Poltava (1875-1940) in his book ''A report on the teaching of Metropolitan Anthony (Khrapovitsky) on the dogma of the Atonement'' and by St.Seraphim Sobolev (1881-1950) in his book ''On the Catechism of Metropolitan Anthony''. Later ethical monism was adopted by many noble Greek clerics and thelogians, the most prominent of whom being Protopresbyter John Romanides (1927-2001) and the theologian Alexander Kalomiros (1931-1990). Protopresbyter John Romanides expressed in his fundamental work ''The ancestral sin'' (1957) and Alexander Kalomiros in ''the River of fire'' (1980). Unfortunately, the false teaching that rejects the redemption and that is presented as being the Orthodox teaching on the matter, is accepted by many newly converts to Orthodox Christianity, to be truly Orthodox while it is not. Especially regarding the redemption of sin, Orthodox Christianity, with slight differences, does not differ from the Roman Catholic and Protestant position on the matter. The pioneers of anti-legalism from the 19th century and the first half of the 20th century, falsely presented the Orthodox teaching on redemption to be a result of an Western influence, thus rejecting it as a later Western teaching. While, as it was said, it is not. Unfortunately, the non-Orthodox anti-legalist theory still resonates to this day and is believed by many newly converts to Orthodoxy to be an actual Orthodox teaching. It must be mentione that anti-legalism is fortunately muted in Russian theology nowadays while unfortunately in Greece it is not.

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  27. ycnexu Posted on July 14, 2020 at 4:12 pm

    Is getting up early preferable to everyone, meaning there's no such thing as night owls and early birds? It's all a matter of discipline then?

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