In this video, Jordan Peterson will be talking about why you should take a look into yourself and examine yourself. And why you should better take care of yourselves and make yourself better and worthy.
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Foreign, when you've fallen off the pathway when you've deviated from what you know you should do, it produces a state of internal chaos and worry and concern you're thrust into the unknown you're thrust into unknown territory and Chaos.
You don't know what to do and that's often symbolized by the encounter with a with a monster like a dragon, something that lives under the water.
That's and I think.
The reason for that is as far as I've been able to tell is that human beings, because we've been prey animals for forever in our battle with carnivorous lizards, for example, and alligators, and even dinosaurs, because there were dinosaurs around at the time of our most distant ancestors, and there was even a cat at one point that was that was adapted with teeth to pierce human skulls.
So it had a head that was exactly shaped to grab you here and put a tooth through the back of your skull.
So, like we've come through some rough times, man and we have a a system in our mind- that's a threat, Predator detection system.
That's the thing that makes little kids think about monsters in the dark right, because, while there is monsters in the dark parents always say well, there's no monsters in the dark.
It's like that's not true! The dark is full of monsters.
There might not be any in your room right at that moment, but that doesn't mean there aren't monsters in the dark crimes take place like criminals.
Don't get up at six in the morning and, like you know, have breakfast and go rob a bank.
They do it.
They do that sort of thing.
At night people do the things that are fit for the night in the night and lots of predators are nocturnal, and you can't see very well in the dark and kids aren't stupid.
You know: they've evolved to stay pretty, damn close to the fire, because the kids that wandered away from the fire got picked off by hyenas and lions, and you know crocodiles and whatever else the hell was out there to eat the unwary.
The circuit that we use to to defend ourselves against predators as we've evolved cortically.
That circuit has has come to represent what we don't know in general, because the predators of course inhabit where we don't know, and so evolution is a conservative force and we use the circuits that we've evolved to represent new things and so the unknown.
The chaos is often represented by a monster that swallows you up and pulls you down, and you know when you're feeling, terrible, you don't say well, I'm feeling up you say I'm feeling down well, why is that? Well, down is worse, I, guess, you're flat on the ground when you're down or you're in a hole or something like that you're hiding in a hole.
You know it's down and you're threatened by something you know maybe you're threatened by your own inadequacy.
That might be part of it.
Maybe that's partly what you imagine as a monstrous Force, because you know your proclivity towards procrastination and your weakness of character is part and parcel of why you happen to be in the Underworld and that's the Underworld, the mythological underworld, that's where you go when Things Fall Apart, and if you understand that, if you know that that's what that means, then you have one of the keys that opens up ancient stories to you and you understand things.
Your life can be organized going very well and then something comes up and poof Everything Changes, some Axiom that you were living by and it might be, the existence of a partner might be a job.
It might be your health, any of those things go on and you go somewhere.
When that happens, you go somewhere, it's a state of being you're still in the same world, but it's not the same at all anymore.
Everything about it is different, it's all negative and dark, and you don't know what to do you're confused, and so what do you do down there in the Underworld when things have fallen apart, especially if, if it's the worst possible case scenario- and you realize that you actually had something to do with your demise? That's really annoying.
You know when something bad happens to you and then you know, you grind yourself into bits, trying to figure out what the hell happened, and then you realize that, well, you were playing a causal role now, sometimes you're so depressed.
You assume you're playing a causal role and you weren't it's not easy to figure out by any stretch of the imagination, and it isn't that everyone who does something terrible is at fault for it.
But sometimes you find that you are off the path somehow and maybe even that you knew it and you didn't attend to it and that's why all of this hit the fan and so then down there in that chaos, you decide that you're going to do what you're supposed to do instead and then maybe you get to rise up again, renewed if you're lucky and then you can go fix the city and that's what this story is about and that's why I picked the image to represent the course, because really, what happens you see with the psychoanalysts the road to to health if you're not doing well, which means that, as you act in the world, you're not getting what you want, there's something wrong with your the match between your presuppositions and your actions, habitual and the way the world is responding to you, and so it's not turning out for you and the question is well.
What can you do about that? And one answer might be to examine yourself for presuppositions and action patterns that are not serving you well and to find out what they are and what to do about them, and maybe some of that is maybe you're not moving forward because of fear, and maybe that fear is grounded in terrible experiences that you had in the past, that you've never been able to understand, and maybe one of the ways of gluing yourself back together and expanding your personality, so that you could in fact live properly in the world is to go back to those terrible events and untie them and straighten them out and understand them and drop them, and that's what Psychotherapy is about in large part, psychoanalytic behavioral doesn't matter.
What are you afraid of? What are you avoiding? What are you failing to develop? Maybe from Fear, maybe from avoidance God only knows maybe from disgust.
How can you get over it? How can you reclaim those parts of your self.
- Take a break. This may sound outrageous. ...
- Get support. Put your ego aside and don't hesitate in asking for help. ...
- Try something new. ...
- Make your goals visible. ...
- Focus on tiny fixes. ...
- Speak positive affirmations. ...
- Take action and don't mope.
Rule 1: Stand Up Straight With Your Shoulders Back. The poor and stressed always die first, and in greater numbers. They are also much more susceptible to non-infectious diseases, such as cancer, diabetes and heart disease.What is the rule 2 Jordan Peterson? ›
In 12 Rules for Life, Rule #2 is “Treat Yourself Like Someone You Are Responsible for Helping.” What does this mean? Why would you not treat yourself like you're helping yourself? Why do you treat other people better? This is what Jordan Peterson's Rule 2 covers.What are the 12 rules for life according to Jordan Peterson? ›
- Stand up straight with your shoulders back.
- Treat yourself like someone you are responsible for helping.
- Make friends with people who want the best for you.
- Compare yourself to who you were yesterday, not to who someone else is today.
- Do not let your children do anything that makes you dislike them.
- Learn to Accept Your Situation.
- Take a Deep Breath… and Re-Center.
- Protect Your Mindset.
- Fully Live in the Moment.
- Practice Self Care Indulgence.
- Reclaim Your Happiness.
- Take Care of Your Mental & Physical Health.
If you say that someone is falling apart, you mean that they are becoming emotionally disturbed and are unable to think calmly or to deal with the difficult or unpleasant situation that they are in.What is the rule 3 of life? ›
There are three simple rules in life: If you do not GO AFTER what you want, you'll never have it. If you do not ASK, the answer will always be NO. If you do not break out of your COMFORT ZONE you'll always be stuck in the same place.What is Rule 5 Jordan Peterson? ›
"12 Rules for Life Rule 5: Do not let your children do anything that makes you dislike them." LitCharts.What is the 12 Rules for Life rule 3? ›
"12 Rules for Life Rule 3: Make friends with people who want the best for you." LitCharts.What is Rule 3 of Jordan Peterson? ›
Beyond Order: Rule 3 - Do Not Hide Unwanted Things in the Fog The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast.
4 Rules in Life: Be Impeccable with your word, Don't take anything personally, Don't make assumption, and Always do your best.What is Rule 7 in 12 Rules for Life? ›
Rule 7: Do what is meaningful, not what is expedient.
The main idea is that pursuing pleasure is a reflection of a lack of purpose, meaning and direction. The way forward is to take responsibility, pay attention, and strive for humility and utility (adding value) in your life.
The golden rule is a moral principle which denotes that you should treat others the way you want to be treated yourself.What is the best rule of life? ›
Believe in Yourself , but Be Aware of Your Limitations
You are not perfect and you can't do everything alone. Always keep things realistic. Don't put so much pressure on yourself that you find it hard to move; trust yourself to deliver what you need to, but also be prepared to cut yourself some slack.
One simple rule in life: If you wouldn't like it done to you, don't do it to others. "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you."How do you keep on and survive when life is getting harder? ›
- Focus on things within your control. ...
- Accept change by looking to your past. ...
- Prioritize relationships. ...
- Don't withdraw in tough times. ...
- Try to avoid negative people. ...
- Expand your social network. ...
- Get enough exercise. ...
- Practice a “mind and body” relaxation technique.
- Be kind to yourself. Learning to be kinder to yourself can help with how you feel in different situations. ...
- Try to find time to relax. ...
- Develop your interests and hobbies. ...
- Spend time in nature. ...
- Look after your physical health.
Taking a walk break, spending five minutes to meditate or having lunch with a good friend are ways to give your mind and body a break from stress. “Stress is the stimulus for growth, and recovery is when the growth occurs,” said Dr. Groppel. “That's how we build the resilience muscle.”What are the signs of someone having a mental breakdown? ›
- Thoughts of suicide.
- Sense of worthlessness.
- Unable to sleep.
- Lacking appetite.
- Inability to focus.
- Severe disappointment with their life.
The reasons for feeling broken vary from person to person. Some people feel broken because of things they experienced in childhood or after traumatic events like the loss of a friend or loved one. Others may feel broken after losing a job or a home, or even after experiencing a serious illness.
- Sleep or appetite changes — Dramatic sleep and appetite changes or decline in personal care.
- Mood changes — Rapid or dramatic shifts in emotions or depressed feelings, greater irritability.
- Withdrawal — Recent social withdrawal and loss of interest in activities previously enjoyed.
Rule 7: Focus on a higher purpose, not instant gratification
We can use suffering as an excuse to live carelessly in the moment, or we can do something meaningful to minimize the suffering.
We started with the first rule- that the purpose of life is to be happy. It is certainly the most important rule of life. However, it is important to understand that most people do not chase happiness.Why is the rule of three so powerful? ›
Three bullet points drive home the message more effectively than two or four. The Rule of Three is a powerful technique or principle required for writing or speaking. It states that any ideas, thoughts, events, characters or sentences that are presented in threes are more effective and memorable.What is Rule number 5 for guys? ›
Men desire need respect. Most of the time even more than love. This is true both in private and out with friends. You may love him to death but if you continue to belittle him, he'll be gone.
(F) that a defendant who is not a United States citizen may request that an attorney for the government or a federal law enforcement official notify a consular officer from the defendant's country of nationality that the defendant has been arrested — but that even without the defendant's request, a treaty or other ...What is Rule 5 Men code? ›
Man Code Rule #5: “Sword Crossing is Prohibited”
This is probably the oldest rule on the books and should be strictly adhered to at all times! Under no circumstances is “dating” your boy's ex permissible.
Never trouble another for what you can do yourself. Never spend your money before you have it. Never buy what you do not want, because it is cheap; it will be dear to you. Pride costs us more than hunger, thirst and cold.What is Rule 11 in Twelve Rules for life? ›
"12 Rules for Life Rule 11: Do not bother children when they are skateboarding." LitCharts.What is 11 rule for life? ›
In 12 Rules for Life, Rule #11 is “Do Not Bother Children When They Are Skateboarding.” What does this mean? Why should you leave skateboarding kids alone? Like many of Jordan Peterson's rules, this goes deeper than literally leaving skateboarding kids alone. Learn the true meaning of Jordan Peterson's Rule 11.
What is causing your world to fall apart? Maybe it is multiple things: a loss of someone close to you, job upheaval, a broken relationship, health issues and mental health struggles. Even if this is the case, isolate the top thing right now that is tearing up your life and making you unable to sleep at night.How do you know if your life is falling apart? ›
Are you constantly thinking about the past or future, but forget about the present? If you are constantly looking back at fond memories from the past or looking at the future hoping that something will change and forget to actually do something to achieve it, then chances are that your life is falling apart.What causes things to fall apart in things fall apart? ›
Things Fall Apart is Okonkwo, the protagonist of the novel. By studying and comparing his conducts, before and after killing Ikemefona it reveals that his mortal sin parts him beyond the limits of his cultural conventions, in the process of gaining his individual purposes, which later leads to his downfall.Why does everything keep falling over? ›
Losing your balance while walking, or feeling imbalanced, can result from: Vestibular problems. Abnormalities in your inner ear can cause a sensation of a floating or heavy head and unsteadiness in the dark. Nerve damage to your legs (peripheral neuropathy).