The Try Guys Try Fifty Shades Style BDSM
One quick thing, though. Do I have your consent to play with youé (grunts) Yes. And do you know what your safe word isé Mercy. Josh Groban. John Stamos.
Denzel! Why, does that hurté It doesn't hurt, I just don't like it. We haven't even gottento the actual contact. (electronic dance music) I don't know anything about BDSM, except I assume it's just alot of hitting each otheré I always skip past it on Pornhub,
which I don't go to often, but Wait wait wait, hold up! I picture it as like a guy with a zipper that goes over his face. Yeah, I associate itwith weird porn stuff. I see you squeezin'them cheeks together! (grunts) The whole thing with BDSMis that it's about consent.
The agreement that two people have made that their both enjoying andgetting the most pleasure out of the experience. (screaming) This is your job. Yes. This is your profession. It is. What does BDSM stand foré
Well, BDSM is bondage, discipline, Shut up! submission, domination,and sadomasochism. Aww, fuck. (laughs) Which one are youé (laughs) I guess we're gonna find out. We're gonna find out really fast,
but I'm supposed to be the dom today. Okay. So, you're gonna have to kind of follow. Do you have bad knees orany physical problemsé Not yet. What are misconceptionsyou think people have about BDSM in generalé My assumption is that it'susually during sex, righté
Transcendental Meditation Technique A Complete Introduction
Hi, my name is Bob Roth, and I'd like to welcomeyou to this short introduction to what Transcendental Meditation is and is not, a little bit howit works, some of the benefits, and how you would learn the technique. So we're all onthe same page, I want to start off with a very simple, working definition of TranscendentalMeditation. Number one, TM is a very simple technique. It's simple not because it's simplisticor a beginner's meditation, but because there is elegant simplicity to the practice, a veryprofound, elegant simplicity to the practice. Number two, it's natural. There's no manipulation,there's no suggestion. Every human being can practice Transcendental Meditation as wellas every other human being. Very simple to
learn, and very enjoyable to practice. Numberthree, it's effortless.effortless in contrast to many other meditation techniques, whichinvolve concentration, or control of the mind, trying to clear the mind of thoughts. Thisis completely effortless, as we'll see in a few moments. It's practiced twenty minutestwice a day, sitting comfortably in a chair, with your eyes closed. It can be done, youknow, on a train, it can be done on an airplane, it can be done in a car, if someone else isdriving. But it can be just done.it's just done sitting comfortably, it's a silent technique,with your eyes closed. And this is what it's not.It's not a philosophy. I have no philosophyfor you when you learn Transcendental Meditation.
No one's gonna give you a TM philosophy oflife. There's no philosophy whatsoever. It doesn't involve any change in lifestyle, youdon't change your diet or anything. And the third thing is: there's nothing to believein. I want to emphasize that, because sometimes people think, quot;Oh when learn to meditate,I have to believe in it for it to work.quot; You can be 100% skeptical and the technique worksjust as well, the benefits are just as profound, as if you, uh, went into this thing thinking,quot;Oh I believe in meditation, it's gonna work.quot; So there's no belief whatsoever. So to understandwhat Transcendental Meditation is, and to understand how it compares to other formsof meditation, or selfdevelopment, I like
to use the metaphor, or the analogy of anocean. You're on a small boat, you're in the middle of the ocean, out in the middle ofthe ocean, and all of a sudden you get these huge swells, these huge 40, 60 foot high waves,and you could think, quot;Oh my god, the whole ocean is in upheaval.quot; Well, not really. Becauseif you do a crosssection of the ocean, you see these little 40 foot high waves, and theocean is like in reality a mile deep, and the ocean is active on the surface, but atthe depth of the ocean it is naturally silent, and it doesn't matter if those waves are 200foot high waves, at the depth of the ocean, untouched, is naturally silent. That's thenature of the ocean.active on the surface,
silent at it's depth. And the analogy is ourmind. The surface of our mind is the active thinking mind.all the things that we'rethinking about all during the day.it's like the waves on the surface of the ocean. AndI like to call it the gotta, gotta, gotta, gotta, gotta, gotta, gotta mind.I gottado this, and I gotta do that, and I gotta call him, and I gotta call her, and then Igotta make a list, and then I gotta find the list, then I gotta make a new list, and Igotta get going, and I gotta slow down, and I gotta get to sleep, and I gotta wake up.I'msure everybody's had a gotta, gotta, gotta mind at some point. And there's a naturalinclination, a natural desire to have some
inner calm, some inner clarity, some innerfocus, some inner inspiration, some inner peace, some inner happiness.Natural. Andthe operative word there is inner. And the question is, where is that inneré And howdo we get ité How do we get thereé Deep within every human being, the mind of every humanbeing, deep within all of us, is a level of the mind that is already calm, already settled,already wide awake. The ancient meditation texts used very big words.they say it'sa source of our unbounded creativity, unbounded intelligence, happiness, focus, clarity. It'sthere.it was thereif it's thereit was there yesterday, it's there right now, it'llbe there tomorrow.we've just lost access