“Why do I feel Lazy and Unmotivated All The Time?” | Nick Keomahavong (Buddhist Monk) – MasteryTV

“Why do I feel Lazy and Unmotivated All The Time?” | Nick Keomahavong (Buddhist Monk) – MasteryTV

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“You Are Programmed to be Lazy”
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20 Comments

  1. I assure you that i have tried this method already months before watching this video and this man is right. each small habit affect your whole life style no matter how silly you think it it

  2. That's not true! I am that third person, but I am very responsible and punctual. You have to ventilate your bed every morning after sleeping in it.

  3. You should let your bed air out first …the second person should better make the bed after the bath routine. ……or before leaving the house

  4. What's fascinating to me about this is I can be any of these three examples on any given day depending on how severe my mood disorder is flaring up, and whatever way I'm waking up is exactly how that day tends to go for me.

  5. Luckily I don't smoke and rarely drink alcoholic beverages. But I accept what I am & accept what I did to myself. I made my bed, the moment I started to experience being spoiled by my grandmother

  6. THE OLDER

    RobMan

    8 months ago

    The older I get, the more I learn life is about balance. You don't want to be lazy but you also don't want to be so driven that you miss life.

  7. As a psychologist who has worked with many people, I can assure you that the second scenario is unhealthy. Such people are tense, anxious, unable to connect with their real internal needs. After decades of haste, they are sick, exhausted and frustrated with their relationships with people because they have always placed various obligations above their own needs. The first scenario is that of confident people who know how to take good care of themselves, and measure the quality of life not by the tasks completed, but by the satisfaction of conscious living.

  8. How does these scenarios play out for a married couple or those that may have a child sharing the bed; with one person waking up before the other and hence cannot dress the bed same time upon awakening.

  9. I cut my sister-in-law’s hair too short last weekend! I feel Horrible for it. Now I see why I did it. I’m 65 but was a bad girl! I really like her though!