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Public Response On For A Better Self

Einzelgänger10 Months ago
A disclaimer: the intention of this video is not to support certain governments or indoctrination of any kind. It simply intends to highlight the effects that ritual can have, and how we can harness this power to improve ourselves. I'm aware that this idea goes against the usual undercurrent of this channel with common themes like acceptance and non-conformity. I'm pretty sure the idea of self-cultivation as presented here will be regarded as 'too simplistic' by mental health professionals. Nevertheless, I think this idea is interesting and I want to keep an open mind (which is what this channel does: exploring ideas). Also, this video is not against counselors and personality tests (au contraire): it reflects on how some people tend to cling to their 'personality types'. Thank you.
OOMPHLA GWUMPLA10 Months ago
"pls dont use confusion as your epitaph" -confused
Peter Khew10 Months ago
The debate between Taoism and Confucianism has always been about nature versus nurture. Like everything else in life, moderation is key.
The Truth10 Months ago
I am not a mess.
Rhian Royal10 Months ago
This one really hit hard, perfect example thank you.
Jade Sky10 Months ago
I like hearing stuff like this at 0.5... sounds better to me. Thank you master!
Jade Sky10 Months ago
I like hearing stuff like this at 0.5... sounds better to me. Thank you master!
Jade Sky10 Months ago
🙏💖🐈🐾😌
Hello10 Months ago
That's why we feel hurt and we hurt other people sometimes because, we see ourselves that we are only limited or we say that 'I am only just like this' and that's why people should accept us of who we are and what we are. But yeah, according to the video, we can change ourselves to BECOME better by CULTIVATING ourselves.
Robert Ashton10 Months ago
Habits then. Rituals such as a pint Down the pub with ya mates ? Yep. Except I’d rather not live in a dictatorship

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Public Response On For A Better Self

Einzelgänger10 Months ago
A disclaimer: the intention of this video is not to support certain governments or indoctrination of any kind. It simply intends to highlight the effects that ritual can have, and how we can harness this power to improve ourselves. I'm aware that this idea goes against the usual undercurrent of this channel with common themes like acceptance and non-conformity. I'm pretty sure the idea of self-cultivation as presented here will be regarded as 'too simplistic' by mental health professionals. Nevertheless, I think this idea is interesting and I want to keep an open mind (which is what this channel does: exploring ideas). Also, this video is not against counselors and personality tests (au contraire): it reflects on how some people tend to cling to their 'personality types'. Thank you.
OOMPHLA GWUMPLA10 Months ago
"pls dont use confusion as your epitaph" -confused
Peter Khew10 Months ago
The debate between Taoism and Confucianism has always been about nature versus nurture. Like everything else in life, moderation is key.
The Truth10 Months ago
I am not a mess.
Rhian Royal10 Months ago
This one really hit hard, perfect example thank you.
Jade Sky10 Months ago
I like hearing stuff like this at 0.5... sounds better to me. Thank you master!
Jade Sky10 Months ago
I like hearing stuff like this at 0.5... sounds better to me. Thank you master!
Jade Sky10 Months ago
🙏💖🐈🐾😌
Hello10 Months ago
That's why we feel hurt and we hurt other people sometimes because, we see ourselves that we are only limited or we say that 'I am only just like this' and that's why people should accept us of who we are and what we are. But yeah, according to the video, we can change ourselves to BECOME better by CULTIVATING ourselves.
Robert Ashton10 Months ago
Habits then. Rituals such as a pint Down the pub with ya mates ? Yep. Except I’d rather not live in a dictatorship