2017 Personality 08: Carl Jung and the Lion King (Part 2)

  Рет қаралды 1,417,091

Jordan B Peterson

Jordan B Peterson

6 жыл бұрын

In this lecture, I finish my analysis of Disney's Lion King, which provides a dramatic representation of many of the archetypes identified and analyzed by Dr. Carl Gustav Jung, student of Nietzsche and Freud, and originator of analytical psychology.
Direct Support: www.jordanbpeterson.com/donate
Merchandise: teespring.com/stores/jordanbp...
-- BOOKS --
12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos: jordanbpeterson.com/12-rules-...
Maps of Meaning: The Architecture of Belief: jordanbpeterson.com/maps-of-m...
-- LINKS --
Website: jordanbpeterson.com/
12 Rules for Life Tour: jordanbpeterson.com/events/
Blog: jordanbpeterson.com/blog/
Podcast: jordanbpeterson.com/podcast/
Reading List: jordanbpeterson.com/great-books/
Twitter: jordanbpeterson
Instagram: jordan.b.pe...
Facebook: drjordanpete...
Personality Course: www.jordanbpeterson.com/perso...
Self Authoring Suite: selfauthoring.com/
Understand Myself personality test: understandmyself.com/
Merchandise: teespring.com/stores/jordanbp...

Пікірлер: 2 132
FLORB 6 жыл бұрын
Thank you Jordan for putting your lectures online for free. As someone who didn't go to Uni I find your lessons invaluable.
#MakeBritainGreatAgain 2 жыл бұрын
As someone who did go to university, you made the right decision. Most university lecture are not this good. Not even close.
Amy Kay
Amy Kay 2 жыл бұрын
@#MakeBritainGreatAgain I second that!
Kurt 2 жыл бұрын
I third this! Simply amazing, have been writing down the reading suggestions as well. I
Richard Jones
Richard Jones 2 жыл бұрын
great lecture ......much knowledge and information
Sublime Journey
Sublime Journey 2 жыл бұрын
@#MakeBritainGreatAgain So True
Joshua Toms
Joshua Toms 3 жыл бұрын
"Each of us is becoming a micro-celebrity surrounded by electronic sycophants..." This is such a meta statement, it needs it's own lecture to explore.
Vibratory Universe
Vibratory Universe 2 жыл бұрын
Talk about well spoken 😅
Political Wonderland
Political Wonderland 2 жыл бұрын
I had to pause after he said that so I could remember how stupid I am for not realizing this myself! Then I prayed that one day I’m half as smart as him
Dale R. Fetz
Dale R. Fetz Жыл бұрын
"Electronic syphocants"....scary, eh?
k54dhKJFGiht 4 жыл бұрын
"Some people can read War and Peace and come away thinking it's a simple adventure story. Others can read the ingredients on a chewing gum wrapper and unlock the secrets of the universe."
Hebin Pun
Hebin Pun 3 жыл бұрын
A wise person once said "you can find infinite, in finite if you truly look into it."
Nicola Morales
Nicola Morales 3 жыл бұрын
Who said this?
Deadlycause 2 жыл бұрын
Nicola Morales quote from superman. Lex Luthor said that particular line
Christopher Umbach
Christopher Umbach 2 жыл бұрын
Confusius once said: make a man a fire, and he will be warm for one day, put the man on fire, and he will be warm for the rest of his life :)
Pablo C.
Pablo C. 2 жыл бұрын
William Blake also expressed the same idea nicely in what is my favourite poem, “To see a world in a grain of sand And a heaven in a wild flower, Hold infinity in the palm of your hand And eternity in an hour"
Will Prifogle
Will Prifogle 2 жыл бұрын
I'm just totally floored how anyone could say anything bad about Jordan Peterson. He's just an honest, intelligent person trying to make sense of the world and pass on what he learns to all of us.
JCD Жыл бұрын
Well he tells the truth. I was watching a Tim Dillon clip hes a comedian if you didnt know, I was watching a clip of him say something like, or along the lines of, why am I not as famous as Joe Rogan I say insane things make jokes about sandy hook, I might be completely wrong about what he said entirley btw, but the idea is the same Tim jokes and says insane things right so how could Joe, an honest man, be more contriversial than someone whos literally using their creativity to on purpose try to say the most contriversial thing by on purpose saying terrible things? The answer seems to be to be because he tells the truth, same with Jordan.
Uncompetative Жыл бұрын
@smartbart80 You should stop telling random people what to do on the internet.
G-FORCE personal training
G-FORCE personal training 10 ай бұрын
rabidL3M0NS 8 ай бұрын
Malevolent people will always exist to be resentful and hateful toward honest good people like Jordan.
road animal
road animal 2 жыл бұрын
Over my year and a half of sobriety and reprogramming myself into a man of honor, this is top 5 most important things I have come across. Thank you so much Jordan.
That What Is
That What Is 3 жыл бұрын
The fact that one can watch these great lectures for free is something to be grateful for
Mat C
Mat C 5 жыл бұрын
Just leaving a few notes for myself... 2:19 PTSD 3:53 How much will you maintain your stability and how much will you explore? Unwise exploration. Openness + neuroticism. 4:44 Personality and political belief. How open borders should be... Openness vs Conscientiousness 7:33 (Cambridge Analytic) Big 5 + Marketing + AI We're only wiling to hear what we want to hear. We cut ourselves off from feedback. We become stagnant, lose competence and confidence. You must dialogue with people you disagree with... they're the only ones who are going to tell you what you need to hear. 10:10 [GOLD] Using fantasy to organize your world... What artists do... They are on the perimeter of knowledge structures, extending the domain of human knowledge, that's where open people live. 14:49 Big 5 traits as different kinds of adaptations to different types of niches... Playoff / Balance between Plasticity and Stability. 15:49 (Columbine) Human darkness... think people have good intentions? You're probably high in agreeableness ;) 19:52 [GOLD] Encountering something that you don't understand (pure malevolence). It won't let you go until you figure it out. Memories more than 18 months old, with negative emotion still there, that's a mini PTSD [GOLD] "People are basically good." Then you encounter someone who is not good... Writing to sort out your past... 29:38 Failure in trying to learn new things, a perfectionist won't try new things, a bad first draft is necessary... 49:17 What are the factors that encourage turning into a tyranny? One is the wise part is not paying enough attention to the malevolent part. This is true at the personal level. 1:12:43 When a person wants to change.... 1:30:49 [GOLD] Shadow and Persona...
Philopoemen 4 жыл бұрын
54:10 Meerkats are very cool things.
Sameh Khan
Sameh Khan 4 жыл бұрын
@Philopoemen While I have my own notes, you're notes help me find other nuggets that can be helpful to me, that I miss. Thanks for sharing yours.
Eve MacDonald
Eve MacDonald 4 жыл бұрын
Thanks for sharing these notes, nice recap
Orrie Pitts
Orrie Pitts 4 жыл бұрын
Alison C
Alison C 4 жыл бұрын
Thanks Mat C. Valuable points I noted mentally- this is helpful to return to. A great lecture!
Matt Gillespie
Matt Gillespie 4 жыл бұрын
This is the most dense and mindblowing lecture I've ever heard. Unlike my old college professors, Peterson's tangents add so much to the conversation.
charlie Ай бұрын
I once had a professor that went off on a tangent about her dad, having diabetes and going out to get the mail one day, and basically burning off the bottoms of his feet because he couldn’t feel them :(
Alia SM Assistance
Alia SM Assistance 2 жыл бұрын
The reason you remember the past isn't to make an objectively accurate record of the past, it's so that you can use the information in the past to prepare you for the future. That one made me cry man
David Ewing
David Ewing 4 жыл бұрын
Wow I just had an amazing realization in regards to Simba transforming into and subsequently transcending his father. He felt guilty and responsible for his father's death, and he was carrying that metaphorical weight. When he first has the transcendental experience seeing his father in the pool, he becomes conscious of his own short comings and vulnerabilities. After this experience he has accepted his responsibility and in essence picked up the metaphorical weight of his consciousness. When he confronts Scar and finds himself in his father's position near death, Scar's revelation that he was responsible for Mufasa's death takes the metaphorical weight of guilt Simba had, off his shoulders. The letting go of that guilt gives Simba the strength to overthrow the tyrant. In summary, we must accept responsibility, and lift our burdens of life. When you lift your load that life throws on you, you will learn we may be we are carrying around more than necessary, and we will become stronger when we allow ourselves to let go of the unnecessary burdens.
Arraik Cruor
Arraik Cruor 2 жыл бұрын
Yup. I grew up Muslim and gay. I hated being gay. I used to pray to Allah to turn me straight. Eventually I left Islam because I found the Qur'an to be unconvincing and not divine. Then I finally accepted being gay. I literally felt the weight of guilt lift off my shoulders. I feel so much freer.
Phillip Ressler
Phillip Ressler 2 жыл бұрын
In the real world Simba would be banished by his mom as he matures. The Lion King should be renamed The Lion Queen..Simba would wander into another pride with probably with his brothers or cousins. Male lions stay in a pride for about two years. then, they get challenged by another group of males. This is done to diversify the genetic pool.
Nancy Isaac
Nancy Isaac 4 жыл бұрын
“What’s her name again?” “Nala!” “That’s right, Mala” JBP getting their names wrong is adorable and hilarious at the same time.
Keely Atlover
Keely Atlover 3 жыл бұрын
Nancy Isaac in part one he calls “mufasa” musafa.
Michael Yang
Michael Yang 3 жыл бұрын
The fact that he is so incredible intelligent makes it even funnier.
Michael Dixon
Michael Dixon 2 жыл бұрын
I think it's funny and humanizing that he can teach on a topic that he knows the symbolism behind it but he also doesnt remember the finer details..... like names lol
I Am Loving Awareness
I Am Loving Awareness 2 жыл бұрын
I thought maybe he was flubbing the names on purpose to keep peoples minds engaged. Although the material is engaging enough I had that as a hunch.
mc waitress
mc waitress 2 жыл бұрын
I Am Loving Awareness personally I find it more distracting than I do more engaging
Mind Expanding Knowledge
Mind Expanding Knowledge 2 жыл бұрын
I love how he dives deep and seems to drift but ties down his points back to Lion King. Absolute genius and reincarnation of the Big Masters.
Psychedelic Football
Psychedelic Football 6 жыл бұрын
This is truly amazing. I am not exaggerating when I say this, but Dr. Peterson, your lectures are changing my life in an unprecedented way. Please don't EVER stop posting.
A bit OFF.... blacksmithing
A bit OFF.... blacksmithing 5 жыл бұрын
Psychedelic Football I know exactly what you mean! I have realized how much I really don't know! Lol!
sandhya varsha
sandhya varsha 3 жыл бұрын
How have you changed ?
EZ_COMPANY 2 жыл бұрын
Unfortunately this comment hasnt aged well :(
Selfiestick 2 жыл бұрын
@EZ_COMPANY what why? What happened? Did something happened to this dude? or Peterson stopped posting?
Khan 888
Khan 888 10 ай бұрын
@sandhya varsha hi
MajorShot 3 жыл бұрын
Peterson is just the most amazing and intelligent person I know of. I have been listening to him all the time for over a year now and read both his books and still everytime I listen to a lecture of his I learn so much more than I would learn in any other lecture. He has changed my life in a way I can't describe to anyone who hasn't heard anything of him.
Jan Stue
Jan Stue Жыл бұрын
Watching this lecture the second time after some years is even more valuable than the first time. I'm able to fill some gaps here. Thank you JP!
David 2 жыл бұрын
Notice that he always receives applause from the class. I have a master's degree, but I do not recall that any class I was ever part of would applaud a professor for the material he just completed teaching. As a matter of fact, we were all kind of glad the class was over. Granted I went to CSUN, not Harvard, but still... I find this admirable.
Reiss Lindhardt
Reiss Lindhardt Жыл бұрын
These lectures brought a lot of ideas together in my mind that I’ve been trying to understand for awhile. Beautiful.
1van 4 жыл бұрын
This talk changed me. I've never been moved by anyone so dramatically. I cried after gaining the vision of seeing the parts of myself i didn't want to see. I immediately reached out with someone I wanted to repair a relationship with... And there are couple more to go. Thank you Jordan
Mike 5 жыл бұрын
Can you imagine the society we would have if more college professors were like Dr. Peterson? I wish I would have met this man 15 years ago. Thank you for what you're doing.
Nathalie Ramirez
Nathalie Ramirez 5 жыл бұрын
I love this so much. These archetypal interpretations of all these stories I heard or saw growing up (including the ones in the Bible) are so exciting. It's like seeing something with brand new eyes.
Troy Perry
Troy Perry Жыл бұрын
This man out here helping the adolescence transition into adulthood. Well done👏
Joseph dan mathis
Joseph dan mathis 2 жыл бұрын
I've always been an introvert and I've always lived out in the country. I think Peterson is right about being adapted to Nature. When I'm alone in the woods my awareness is Amplified, which I imagine happens to everyone, fear and doubt fall off dramatically. I've had several unexpected encounters with apex predators, in the wild, alone. There was no doubt or hesitation in my actions and the fear only came after the event was over. Cats are by far the spookiest. Being stalked by a cat makes you afraid and anxious, I don't care who you are.
Jawbones in the Dust
Jawbones in the Dust 3 жыл бұрын
JBP has been on Joe Rogan podcast many times. Absolutely fantastic interviews .
YoungSomalia 3 жыл бұрын
The first time I heard JBP on JRE I ended up spending over $100-150 a month on books for the next two years trying to play catch-up with all of the fascinating ideas he brought to the table in those interviews, after having never picked up more than 3 or 4 books in the 10+ years preceding that. I wish any of my teachers in grade-school were as catalyzing as this man.
Hypnagogic 3 жыл бұрын
If Jordan wrote an epic like Star Wars or Lord of the Rings, it would be a massive hit.
Steven Webster
Steven Webster Жыл бұрын
Omg seriously!!!
Jewfinigan Жыл бұрын
He actually did write both of those, it's a little known fact
Uncompetative Жыл бұрын
I don't see it happening. Apparently, he rewrote every sentence in his first book fifty times. Not fifteen times. 50 times. You can't write something with the length of J.R.R.Tolkein's _The Lord of the Rings_ if you rewrite the sentences that much. What is more possible is if he collaborated with a Hollywood screenwriter to make something with Jungian / Campbellian archetypes.
Kate Wetherell
Kate Wetherell 6 жыл бұрын
YES!!! Realizing that there is malevolence in the world and that sometimes it is aimed at me helped me totally overcome my neuroses, not sure if it was PTSD but it was definitely the key to my healing! Thanks Professor Peterson for confirming my insight :)
Red Archer
Red Archer Жыл бұрын
I envy the people who got to listen to this man in class. I wish I could have found and listened to Jordan's lessons and views far earlier. He gives you a lot to think about.
Cameron McLeroy
Cameron McLeroy 2 жыл бұрын
I love these lectures so much, I am just saying that I would struggle on the best way to take notes if I were a student in these classes, love ya Dr. Peterson
JZjans 4 жыл бұрын
Dhr. Peterson. It has been 25 years since ive watched the lion king. Just watched it with my six year old daughter. Kind of talked her Through it after watching this lecture. Thank u for posting your work. I hope your wife gets well soon.
Derek Jackson
Derek Jackson Жыл бұрын
The Lion King has always been my favorite movie of all time. I’d argue it’s one of the greatest animated films, EVER. Dr. Peterson has made me fall in love with that movie even more. So glad I decided to stop my Saturday night to watch this. Next I’m gonna tackle the Pinocchio series.
D 3 жыл бұрын
If I had a teacher like him I’d have paid much more attention in school
Rafael Jordão
Rafael Jordão 6 жыл бұрын
I feel as if islands of unconscious wisdom are coming together inside me through bridges of articulated knowledge. Thank you, Jordan B. Peterson, for all you have shared.
P Жыл бұрын
1:00 3:00 ☆4:18☆ 4:58 political 8:15 9:00 21:00 26:40 29:40 ☆30:00 30:40 30:50☆ 34:10 36:00 37:00 Interpretation 46:10 48:00 death of the father occurs in adolescence. That is what I am going through these days. It is way late and match with my idea that one has to precede and win father to become a confident adult like my cousin jjaesung ☆49:37☆ 53:08 58:20 ☆58:53☆ 59:28 59:52 1:04:10 1:06:28 1:08:56 diffrence of look on face 1:12:28 1:13:40 ☆1:14:20☆ ☆1:15:19☆ ☆1:16:28☆ ☆1:17:10☆ 1:19:30 1:24:20 1:25:10 1:28:30 1:29:20 Relation with shadow 1:30:40 ☆1:31:40☆ ☆1:32:09☆ 1:32:28 determine and assertive 1:32:40 1:33:03 intergration of shadow 악기 1:34:09 1:35:04 1:35:25 1:35:58 1:40:40 ☆1:41:34☆ 1:43:39
Photo Solutions
Photo Solutions 2 жыл бұрын
This is the best example of what a competent college professor should be. I don't mean his political/religious ideology, I mean his ability to capture his students attention, his dominion over the subjects and ability to present it with enthusiasm, his ability to speak articulately without tripping over words.
jazztom86 5 жыл бұрын
It is really a privilege to be able to take part to these lectures without actually having to be at a university on the other side of the planet! Thanks a lot, Mr. Peterson!
Seedful Hamsters
Seedful Hamsters 5 жыл бұрын
Introverts are DEFINITELY attuned to nature. My husband is the biggest introvert I've ever met and he goes to nature whenever he needs to de-stress, it's his peace and energy. Mine is definitely duty and effort. I never thought about it that way before though.
Display Teeth
Display Teeth Жыл бұрын
I really appreciate everything Jordan has done. It kills me to hear him struggle so bad with akathisia, and when the media smears him.
Jeremy Lawson
Jeremy Lawson Жыл бұрын
it’s pretty disgusting & unwarranted.
Strung Up
Strung Up 5 жыл бұрын
"you have to be a fool if you want to learn anything new". Hearing it phrased that way just changed my life I think.
Lindsay Love
Lindsay Love 5 жыл бұрын
Strung Up Same here. My tendency toward perfectionism (and fear of appearing foolish) is actually detracting from my ability to improve and progress in life. Major lightbulb moment for me.
Neon White
Neon White 5 жыл бұрын
That's really important; you can't succeed at anything if you aren't willing to fail a bunch of times, that's for sure.
Toyoka 4 жыл бұрын
Makes sense! How would you possibly learn anything if you think you already know it all ;)
God Emperor Pepe
God Emperor Pepe 4 жыл бұрын
This statement opened my eyes too. I haven’t worked in a 2-3 years because I don’t want to be the “newbie” who looks like an idiot. It really hit home for me when he said it’s even more foolish to do nothing at all for the sake of security. I felt secure in doing nothing because although I felt unsatisfied with life I at least felt “safe” in my solitude. Only to realize it’s not safety, it’s complicity. Like simba when he claimed that having no responsibilities leads to a care free life, when in reality it just makes you look like a lazy pos. Time to utilize the talents I have in a manner that can make me money. I dropped out of college because no matter what class I took, the topic was Trump. It didn’t matter which class it was. Modern day academia is definitely in fact indoctrination and i didn’t have to look very hard to notice that. I had a philosophy teacher talking about “shadow governments” and “Steve Bannon” on day ONE. Same goes for my english professor who spent most of the time “joking” about our “first orange president”. I thought night classes would be different but they weren’t. We had outspoken liberal students encouraging our openly gay teacher into politicizing a health and addiction course. Anybody who asked if he could stay on topic would get scorned. Moral of the story is, I felt defeated after dropping out of college, but now knowing that Peterson is lighting the road to success, I feel more ambitious and content. I saw him live in Rochester in September and it was an incredible learning experience. Thank you to whoever took the time to read this.
Toyoka 4 жыл бұрын
@God Emperor Pepe Thank you, for sharing, my dude. Slay that dragon :)
leon 2 жыл бұрын
8:56 1:14:10 1:06:25 1:28:21 archetype, acting out truth, ideal judging 27:35 writing exercise. 22:34 fixing stress through past 1:14:14 pose the question. you brain will conjure up answers. 1:30:50 shadow, persona
Sam Winchester
Sam Winchester 2 жыл бұрын
He pretends to not know certain facts from the Lion King in order make his class participate (by helping "jog" his memory) as well as to make sure they're actively listening to his lecture...the man is a genius.
HouseofHarambe Жыл бұрын
Thank you for making this lecture free for everyone with an internet connection.
Ann Leal
Ann Leal 4 жыл бұрын
Wonderful information I love attending UTube University 😊 I’ve learn so much more then I do in my own philosophy class that I been in the past two years thank you Prof. Keep the lecture coming ❤️
No One
No One 5 жыл бұрын
The idea that there is a part of the self that remains constant across time is something that I have grappled with for quite a while. I can't dismiss the idea that it's evidence of the existence of an eternal soul. This idea really came to the forefront of my thinking when I had my 3 children. Each of them have the same parents, were raised in very similar conditions, yet they are completely UNIQUE! And they came into the world that way. Their personalities were evident to me from the moment they took their first breath. This has had a profound effect on me and my beliefs about the world. It was sooooo cool to hear someone of such high intelligence and academic stature to speak about this idea! Thank you Dr. Peterson!
Serge Moshenkov
Serge Moshenkov 6 жыл бұрын
Man I needed to see this 20 years ago! better late than never! He is a genius (yes projecting the wizard archetype on him)
The Daily Requirement
The Daily Requirement 2 жыл бұрын
This series is incredible. Not to mention, JP went from looking like an op-shop mannequin, to GQ magazine....BEAST!!
nyRX7koE Жыл бұрын
This was insanely insightful! Thank you for putting this up for people like me to watch for free!
Direct Experience
Direct Experience 2 жыл бұрын
amazing work Mr Peterson! We need more of you!
Solanus Sommers
Solanus Sommers 7 ай бұрын
If my university experience was watching his lectures I don’t think I would’ve dropped out…
Adam Bosworth
Adam Bosworth 2 жыл бұрын
Wish I'd had a teacher like this back in the day.
0x29a 6 жыл бұрын
Thank you for putting these lectures online for free. It's helped me as I can't afford a decent psychologist.
Chris Guy
Chris Guy 4 жыл бұрын
0x29a amen
Blippblopp 4 жыл бұрын
Words cannot describe how much I enjoy and appreciate Jordan B Petersons and his lectures. I love this man so much, I just want to listen to him forever.
Dennis D.
Dennis D. 4 жыл бұрын
I've always gotten so deep into the stories of good movies. I always notice how it relates to real life, and see the deeper meanings in them. Especially the battle between good an evil (hero vs antagonist) and how it corresponds to our real lives. I didn't know other people did this to the extent of how deep I go into it. Especially someone has brilliant as yourself. Posting your lectures on KZbin is truly an amazing thing you're doing and I couldn't adequately express my gratitude for it.
Pumpkin 2 жыл бұрын
This is one of the most important lectures ever. I love this so much. 💛 I asked myself what the next developmental stage was, then become interested in what you had to say. 😄 It has moved me to the next stage. ☀️I am so grateful doc and I hope you and your beautiful Wife are well. 😊 🦞🦞🦞🦞🦞🦞🦞🦞🦞🦞🦞🦞🦞🦞 Thank you.
Ask Gram Franck
Ask Gram Franck 4 жыл бұрын
Thank you so much for doing and posting this, Jordan. This was deeply meaningful to me. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.
Pranzy T27
Pranzy T27 3 жыл бұрын
Amazing how this lecture made me identify and accept my shortcomings. Strongly highlighted his point on agreeing people's who don't want to accept that they can do harm and they have to accept their darkness in order to walk towards light.
ladynottingham89 6 жыл бұрын
Hearing all of this conversation about conscientiousness vs. openness makes me wonder if parents who are very high in conscientiousness (to an unhealthy level) can traumatize a child who is of a more open nature. Especially when the child feels the parent's disgust towards what the parent feels is a weakness in the child. Both of my parents are VERY conscientious and I definitely remember as a child feeling that disgust Dr. Peterson talks about directed towards me. I have struggled with low self-esteem and depression since I was a teenager. Thank you Dr. Peterson; that part of the lecture put a lot of things into perspective for me.
Rose 5 жыл бұрын
ladynottingham89 read "The Drama of the Gifted Child" by Alice Miller
JamesReed Music
JamesReed Music 3 жыл бұрын
I can so relate
E Mitch
E Mitch Жыл бұрын
High Conscientiousness is VERY different, unlike, and NOT High Consciouness. TY for your share.
HADES Music Жыл бұрын
FriskMeister392 4 жыл бұрын
Like many others, I found this lecture to be quite profound. Several epiphanies arose in its duration, and the experience was of an almost transcendental nature. One of the best lectures I’ve had the privelige to ever come across. This man is a sorely needed sensation in today’s society.
Charles  Ssemalulu
Charles Ssemalulu Жыл бұрын
Jordan has diametrically changed my life through these lectures. As a young Africa youth who could not afford university tuition, I have gotten more knowledge. I use this knowledge in the mentorship programs that I run monthly to help under privileged youth with a similar background like mine have better understanding of themselves and life. Thank you so much Jordan
Isaac Davis
Isaac Davis 5 жыл бұрын
I start a new job tomorrow, and with it a new career. What you said at 28:40 - 31:00 made my jaw drop. You could have been talking directly to me, bringing out the feelings I didn't know I felt, reassuring me in the process. For that gem, along with the countless hours full of deep ideas I have had the privilege of hearing from you, I thank you.
Chill & Grind
Chill & Grind 7 ай бұрын
Was looking for that time-stamp thank you
Priscilla Takada
Priscilla Takada 2 жыл бұрын
I'm so honored to watch his lecture even though I'm miles away from him (tech is awesome) Thank you so much Jordan! You are indeed a really special person, be sure of that. By the way, I bought your book (12 rules of life) can't wait to read it!
Marcos Silva
Marcos Silva Жыл бұрын
This series of lectures along with his books has immensely saved me through tough times. Thank you, Jordan. Regards from a 26yeras old Brazilian middle-class man.
TeeFFW 5 жыл бұрын
I remember watching this, specifically the portion between 1:30:50 and 1:36:35 at a pivotal moment in my life. It changed the entire way I dealt with people. Others began to see me as an asshole since I started setting limits explicitly and stopped being needlessly nice, and in return I was far less resentful of everyone around me. It's difficult to describe how self-actualized I became as a result of these six minutes. Absolutely life-changing.
Tun S.
Tun S. Жыл бұрын
You teach us both in class and online like you are teaching your children, thank you
Gamaliel 2 жыл бұрын
2:23 ptsd 8:50 corrective feedback different ideas 19:54 using past knowledge/ holes i perceptual value structure/ writing about calm down 28:00stop HOW MUCH ANXIOUS YOU SHOULD BE 28:42 the trickster 51:00 the desert 54:00 adolescence 1:15:19 supreme moral effort
Aleksandar Ivanov
Aleksandar Ivanov 2 жыл бұрын
When a lecture makes you tear up, you know you needed to watch it.
Karza 4 жыл бұрын
This was awesome! Never had so much fun and deep thoughts while listening to a lecture.
Dan 6 жыл бұрын
I've been reading Jung lately and working on understanding what he viewed "archetypes" to be. I've formulated the following working definition and welcome thoughts, challenges, or suggestions for how it could be improved. "Archetypes are profound psychological, behavioural, and developmental patterns, active in primitive and unconscious levels of our collective psyche, which are creatively represented across the stories and symbols of humankind's great literary and religious heritages."
Thor Stadum
Thor Stadum 7 ай бұрын
I absolutely love the lectures. I'm very grateful that you gave me the ability to watch these and assisted me in beginning to think more deeply about all things, and opened my curiosity to many other topics as well. I would love to see you do an analysis on the book Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis. I would love to hear your opinions and outlooks on the psychological arguments, also on your opinions about morality and its origins and so on. Thanks for everything you do sir.
omrak2000 Жыл бұрын
Thanks Dr. Peterson for being our Teacher 🙏
ironAnion 5 жыл бұрын
I started out with Jung's Two Essays when I was 18 and it was immediately arresting in ways that even now I don't quite have the language to describe, but since then, I've devoured absolutely everything Jung has written and continually revist his work even though I opted against psychology as an undergrad and now work as a chemist. I can say without reservation, although I only just discovered Peterson, he is one of the world's foremost experts on Jung alive today.
Soonenter Adi
Soonenter Adi 3 жыл бұрын
This man is smart beyond comprehension and should be taken very seriously
Aurelio Rodriguez
Aurelio Rodriguez 3 жыл бұрын
I wish I would have hear this lecture way back in 2000. At that time and place I was working in the Peruvian highlands, and met a very special and unique person that I cannot forget. Sadly I made mistakes, I was unable to read the signs, for example, I did not fully understood we were temporally living at a place where two Andean rivers met at the feet of snowpeaks (a Tinkuy, the Andean concept for sacred place of encounter). Even today a prehispanic monumental sacred building is still in place. Two rivers that could join are split now, and I wish to turn back time. Almost twenty years have passed, but I am still standing in the middle of the same bridge, unable to cross it.
Kyle Lund
Kyle Lund 6 жыл бұрын
Easily my favorite lecture yet. It's really interesting going through a movie like the lion king by frames; it gives people a chance to admire the artists who made that film. It really is amazing.
Gary Michael Flanagan
Gary Michael Flanagan 5 ай бұрын
Here I am, watching this series for I think the third time. I always get something new from it!! I realized I am “plastic”. An extrovert but always incorporating things. I am a bird photographer and love being alone in the wilderness capturing photos, but I also love entertaining people and being social. But I think I’m also pretty disagreeable and conscientious. It’s fun to look at yourself and your family and see where they are on the personality chart. My mom is orderly. Always cleaning and working non stop in the kitchen. As I also study diet and bodybuilding, orderly people I think that are always moving, cleaning, will easily keep their weight down due to NEAT (look it up!). I think conscientiousness is a great trait for people who do a lot of bodybuilding too. Why is it some of us can leap out of bed and get stuff done, not make excuses. While others have no self control. Is it their personality or are they lazy. BEFORE you say someone is lazy, think about their personality first!! It helps me a lot in my relationships not to judge others as harshly. What have you learned from Dr Peterson? I would like to know below!!
vishV naik
vishV naik 4 ай бұрын
I have learned about the unconscious and the shadow, & the self 🌀; I also now know y certain stories like game of thrones are so massively popular and enticing I now know how to act in a sophisticated and proper manner
Alienrun 4 ай бұрын
I'm an aspie...as a result I try as hard as I can to not compare myself to others to stay sane. Yet some people will misjudge me as "lazy" when I really just have a hard time getting motivated by anything...I've tried getting up early everyday to excersise...my brain wants to die afterwards every time and its not something I "get used to" (I can a little, but there's this constant irritation going on at a deeper level)
Lore of the Rings
Lore of the Rings 10 ай бұрын
Incredible lecture. It's very useful in understanding the world and myself better . Thanks you Dr. Peterson!
Daine Jir
Daine Jir 5 жыл бұрын
This man is absolutely brilliant. People like this should be our world leaders.
Travis Mitchell
Travis Mitchell 4 жыл бұрын
Wow! Listening to JP for a while but this video has been way more informative than I could have imagined. Feel like I just had some short comings pointed out to me. Hundreds of hours of Philosophical studies and lion king told me what I needed to know when I was 5 years old... I'll be damned.
MonkeyD.Luffy Жыл бұрын
This is so mind boggling ,so much illumination of truth brings tears to my eyes
VRGNHNS 6 жыл бұрын
This man is a legend, kind of envious of the students
azarel thedark
azarel thedark 3 жыл бұрын
Wow... your explanations on PTSD really opened some insight to my own trauma. I never even realized that it was just that. When I started writing a scene in my book that is representative of my own trauma it really is just that. I'm constantly preparing and remembering, restructuring for something of that nature to occur again.
Mark J.
Mark J. 4 жыл бұрын
One of the best lectures I have seen it is almost like it was written for me.
Sdunned 2 жыл бұрын
Thank you so much JP. your knowledge is worth more than gold.. and yet it's free. This is extremely valuable to me, and I dont think anyone before or even after my generation has or will have the same opportunity to learn like this... I can't afford college, I've been in the street for a while... this stuff keeps me going
Bman 2 жыл бұрын
This man never disappoints. Excellent as Always. Respect Dr J.P.
Nick Meyer
Nick Meyer 2 жыл бұрын
This is an amazing break down of a movie i probably watched 100 times as a kid. I really enjoyed this
Anders Hansen
Anders Hansen 5 жыл бұрын
Man, this is such a good reminder of what Disney lost after the 90s in their movies. They had heart and soul but more than that they had deeply philosophical ideas in them.
Karen Silver
Karen Silver 10 ай бұрын
This is so staggeringly brilliant that it left me staring at the monitor trying to catch my breath.
Rion Long
Rion Long 4 жыл бұрын
This man is a genius.
Brian Daems
Brian Daems Жыл бұрын
A wonderful exploration into the depth of the original Lion King movie, right down to small details in facial expressions and animation. Thank you Dr. Peterson (a.k.a. Rafiki)! What a shame, but not surprising in the least, that the new Lion King watered down or eliminated so many deep, subtle, and meaningful aspects and just emphasized the flashy computer graphics....I suppose such revision is all too typical and symbolic..
PG Turtle
PG Turtle Жыл бұрын
Absolutely astounding lecture. Well done.
Darkin Жыл бұрын
Thank you for making your lectures available for free
Eclectic Mix
Eclectic Mix 5 жыл бұрын
those gaps in your life that you talked about, which i call cringe moments, was something that i really connected with, and thinking about them when they popped up in my head randomly, and resolving them instead of just cringing really helped me
Flashy Жыл бұрын
How do you resolve them instead of cringe? Like I’ll think of something that I did and it will make me cringe. So what should I do instead, just not cringe and accept it? Seems easier said then done?
Eclectic Mix
Eclectic Mix Жыл бұрын
@Flashy if you have a choice, and you choose option a, which resulted in you cringing. Maybe it would have led to a better solution, which would help resolve that issue in your mind, or you might see it leading to a worse outcome, in which case, you no longer have to deal with that what if scenario. Cringe moments popping up repeated, in my opinion, are due to unresolved issues, like a dentist calling every year to see if you wanna go in for a check up.
Ivory Okeke
Ivory Okeke 8 ай бұрын
Such an amazing lecture! So amazing, thank you 🎉
cupbucket Жыл бұрын
Such a privilege to be able to listen to these and learn. It's so valuable!
Kevin M.
Kevin M. 4 жыл бұрын
24:22. “The reason you remember the past isn’t to make an objectively accurate record of the past - it is so that you can use the information in the past to prepare you for the future.” This is some top draw stuff! Bravo!
Savage TV
Savage TV Жыл бұрын
It's amazing how quickly our culture went from teaching kids who they are and their duties are to society to being selfish and pleasure seeking
Razvan Marian
Razvan Marian 7 ай бұрын
The second part of this video is simply amazing! Just...incredible! Thanks again Mr. Peterson! 🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼
Jeolopy 6 жыл бұрын
I have a request that for any future lectures uploaded can the questions from the students be subtitled instead of turning the audio up so much? As it's often distorted and I can't understand what is being said. Thanks for uploading these lectures!
Kilin Dogma
Kilin Dogma 6 жыл бұрын
Jeolopy thats a really good suggestion
Julia T
Julia T Жыл бұрын
Slowly working my way through all of JPs lectures and videos. I had a single prof like him at uni that inspired me, but man JP really knows how to change a life
Muhammad Adil Salim
Muhammad Adil Salim 3 жыл бұрын
Now I am going to watch the new version of the lion king (2019). What a lecture. Thank You Jordan Peterson.
Joseph Vanderhoven
Joseph Vanderhoven 2 жыл бұрын
What I wouldn't do to be in these classes, witnessing the brilliance in these lectures.
Redumulis Жыл бұрын
I think what is so profound about your lectures and videos is that they're literally dreams.
2017 Personality 11: Existentialism: Nietzsche Dostoevsky & Kierkegaard
Jordan B Peterson
Рет қаралды 2,4 МЛН
2017 Personality 07: Carl Jung and the Lion King (Part 1)
Jordan B Peterson
Рет қаралды 2,1 МЛН
ест #шорты
WOA Parody Russia
Рет қаралды 4,8 МЛН
Wednesday  Addams cake vs Soda  | Ice Cream Challenge | PavloBobo
Foam Fix: DIY Wheel Repair Experiment 🔧
Wood Mood
Рет қаралды 24 МЛН
SIGMA WEDNESDAY (3D) #shorts #wednesday #3d #socolakun
Socola Kun
Рет қаралды 24 МЛН
Relationships and Complex Trauma - Part 4/11 - Love Languages
Marcus Aurelius' Meditations: The Stoic Ideal
Michael Sugrue
Рет қаралды 948 М.
Viral: The Origin of Covid 19 | Matt Ridley | EP 310
Jordan B Peterson
Рет қаралды 4,4 МЛН
Manolis Kellis: Biology of Disease | Lex Fridman Podcast #133
Dark Parody and Villainous Clowns | Matt Walsh | EP 362
Jordan B Peterson
Рет қаралды 708 М.
2017 Personality 22: Conclusion: Psychology and Belief
Jordan B Peterson
Рет қаралды 499 М.
2017 Personality 19: Biology & Traits: Openness/Intelligence/Creativity II
Talking to Muslims About Christ | Mohammed Hijab & Jonathan Pageau | EP 297
Lecture: Biblical Series VII: Walking with God: Noah and the Flood
Jordan B Peterson
Рет қаралды 1,7 МЛН
ест #шорты
WOA Parody Russia
Рет қаралды 4,8 МЛН