10 Minute Daily Reality Check
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One week away from Christmas, but not for the politically correct.
In a week, it’ll be Happy Holidays day with Holiday Claus.
When we were kids, everybody said “Merry Christmas’- the Jews, the Kwanzaa folks, everyone.
John think society is full of fuddy-duddies that have to ruin everything good.
The people who complain the most get all the attention.
Why can’t people just lighten up?
It’s Christmas. It’s magic. Santa is fun.
Except in NY. Santa is drunk is drunk in NY.
Tell people Merry Christmas.
I’m still on this instagram kick and I know I’m slut shaming right now.
I just think it’s funny that women get so angry when we look at their bodies even though they wear short shorts and have their cleavage out and post half nude photos on their Instagrams.
Of course we’re going to look!
Women walk around with their ass cheeks hanging out! It’s sexually stimulating.
And of course women can wear what they want, but men are human and we’re going to look.
I know it’s not respectful, but it’s honest. I think women should be classier.
And John says that “it’s like an animal not getting fed all day” but “at least an animal gets fucking laid”.
I’d like to hear from women how they feel about this.
Social Media should be called “Fakeagram”.
Everybody puts their fake selves on there for validation and it’s one dimensional.
It’s because we’re rewarded with fake validation for our “righteous” personality.
Not long ago, we would have a lot of negative things to say if people posted their naked asses out in the public.
Now everybody does it.
People are putting up superhero versions of themselves instead of their real selves and it’s all for empty validation.
We’re walking around missing life and real connections with real people because we have our heads stuck in social media.
Why are we all lying to one another?
Another 10 Minute Reality Check with John Keegan.
We’re just walking around NY in the cold and going with the flow and doing these things that are resting our minds.
I’m thinking about how I would retire if I had the chance. I’d love to just kick back. I’ve worked 34 years. John would rather be working.
We should be doing the high risk things when we’re younger instead of working our asses off and waiting for the retirement to do the high risk things.
When we look at our journeys, did we fuck enough? Did we enjoy life? Did we get all the new things we wanted?
If we don’t leave enough room for flow, nothing miraculous can happen.
When’s the last time you just said “fuck it” and just gone with the flow?
Social media is great at brainwashing.
People in powerful positions are good brainwashers.
But why are we so susceptible to it?
Why do we do whatever’s “In” right now?
I don’t want people to influence me for anything right now.
John Keegan here thinks these social media influencers want to brainwash us to follow extremism just like the universities. It’s everywhere.
And we hand over our total privacy to facebook with their new “Portal” app that’s on 24/7.
And people are allowing this. People are allowing Facebook into their lives to spy on everything you say and do.
These people you’re letting into your lives that you broadcast your entire lives out to are not your friends.
Anything you want to learn is on youtube.
We can find everything on “Youtube University” and it’s free.
The problem with youtube is that anyone can post a video and you have to sift through all the videos to get the best info.
But you learn important things in Universities that you can’t learn on youtube.
I’ve been in NY and I recently found a gender neutral clothing store that accommodates everyone.
I’m having difficulty understanding why anyone wants to be “neutral” because I feel anything in the middle is mediocre.
Gender neutral is widespread in universities.
I’d like to hear more from everyone else about what they feel about “gender neutral”.
Let’s talk about it.
I’m in NY and it’s time for a dose of John Keegan.
Thinking about this- To live in the past is to die in the present.
How many people are in the present moment thinking about triggers from the past?
When we focus on the past and obsess about the future, like thinking the way some past relationships ended, we tend to discuss these things in a jaded way.
Instead of seeing it as a journey that helps us grow, we feel better being jaded. It feels more comfortable to think the bad in the past was a waste of time.
Our brain is programmed to see the past as a failure. That’s because we haven’t healed.
Our ability to focus on something is our ability to create our own reality.
John says, “Good vibes only” and he’s right.
Challenge yourself and create your own reality.
I’m wearing brand new Nikes today and it reminds me of so many things we’re not doing on a daily basis.
Nike’s motto is “Just Do It” but so many people just can’t do it.
How long do you spend talking about what you need to do? How many therapists have you been to? How many times do you overanalyze the same situations every day?
Imagine how productive you would be if you stopped talking about things that are holding you back.
We don’t get time back.
Don’t over analyze.
Work on the thing that’s been holding you back.
It’s time to just do it.
I’m going to NY for a few days to see family and enjoy some winter weather.
It’s my favorite time in NYC. There’s magic in the air in New York at Christmas time.
There’s no magic in the air in LA.
I go get my ass frozen at a cryo place, and this girl asks me “what would I do if I could do it all again?”
I would do some things differently.
I would go back and push myself harder.
We seem to want everything immediately. We don’t have much patience.
I think about some lessons that keep coming up in my life again.
We keep ourselves stuck in fear. It’s like mental masturbation.
I want you to think about what lessons come up differently for you?
The universe delivers lessons to us on a daily basis.
I just found out that a Running Back got released from his position because he assaulted a woman in a club.
She called him the worst thing possible and in turn, he assaulted her publicly.
There is nothing ok with what he did, but I have a hard time knowing that publications like TMZ can just assist in ruining lives by publishing every single action made by celebrities.
They do this because we live in a culture of people who are obsessed with everything celebrities do.
And this guy made a huge mistake.
But was it right for the media to expose it the way they did?