Will Smith's LIFE ADVICE On Manifesting Success Will CHANGE YOUR LIFE In 2022 | Jay Shetty

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Will Smith is an actor, producer and musician, two-time Academy Award nominee, Grammy Award and NAACP award winner who has enjoyed a diverse career encompassing films, television and multi platinum records. Starting as a rapper in 1985, Smith is best known for his acting roles in The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, I Am Legend, the Bad Boys and Men in Black film series, Aladdin and Hitch. His vast filmography also includes transformative portrayals of true-life icons in Ali, The Pursuit of Happyness and Concussion.
Today, I sit down with Will Smith to talk about his commitment to family, straying away from his father’s military mindset in search of true happiness, and how to live the golden rule - to treat others how you want to be treated.
00:47 Today, Jay Shetty welcomes his dear friend, Will Smith as they reminisce about the happy times and adventures they spent together, and how their friendship flourished as Will studies the teachings of the Bhagavad Gita.
07:00 Jay asks Will: “Tell us a bit about what you learned from your parents and how you were able to process it positively? It’s not easy to process negative emotions with positive thoughts.
12:02 Jay is curious about how Will continues to achieve success with a loving heart. It’s never easy to live with a military mindset yet even with success and fame it didn’t feel like true happiness.
17:29 Jay asks listeners to put their minds in the middle path while Will suggests learning from an athlete’s mindset and level of discipline to manifest the things that they want in their life.
20:11 Jay mentions how Will’s grandmother had a huge impact in his life. It's all about finding peace by living your life in service. His parents, on the other hand, had different principles and pushed for totally different things, yet they showed him how life should be lived.
25:14 Jay talks about the hard work Will had to do that people don’t really see. A lot of people have not seen the learning accumulated through hard work, the sacrifices made along the way, and the military mindset that Will cradled so deeply within.
32:06 Jay points out that most superheroes get their powers when bad things happen to them. This is also true for everyone, that most of our experiences happen to teach us a lesson. Will then added that there is no such thing as a bad experience.
35:57 Jay taps into Will’s last moments with his father and how he coped with the loss. The lesson learned from the experience is to always be genuine with your every “Hello” and “Goodbye”, who knows it could be the last.
42:51 Jay asks Will about how the tradition to learn new religion every year, how this strengthened his bond with Jada, and the lessons learned while studying these different religions.
49:07 Jay talks to Will about the wisdom within books, how past people had lived through the same problems that most of us are dealing with today. Treating people the way you want to be treated is essential in maintaining peaceful relationships around you.
54:53 Jay explains the Analogy of the Mirror wherein people become so disconnected from nature that everything becomes instant and our mindset has become NOW whereas nature is never instant.
56:29 Jay shares the first time he communicated with Will. It surprised him how Will can be so committed to the things he sets his mind on. And that prompted Jay to relearn and fall back in love with the things he fell in love years ago. Commitment is changing yourself through constant practice.
58:54 Will explains why the central focus of his life is having a successful love relationship. This determination came after his experience with his parents divorce. He continues to seek knowledge on achieving this goal.
01:01:28 Will discusses why the concepts of ignorance and delusion are always the center of problems in every human relationship. All issues within human relations stem from a lack of understanding.
01:07:59 Will retells his unforgettable encounter with Nelson Mandela and how he was offered to be his student about life struggles.
01:13:42 Jay is curious why Will is so moved by the Story of Arjun. Will eagerly explains the story and why it resonated with so much.
01:21:06 Jay explains that most of us are living our life based on the result of our actions, which we think is a sign of success. We shouldn’t be living a life based on the possible results of our actions, instead we should live for ourselves and our own happiness.
01:26:25 Jay and Will agree on this: It's not a problem if you have comprehension of what's happening around you. You don't call things problems that you have complete comprehension of.
01:31:05 Will relives his character as The Genie, a character so similar to his personality, his core. The concept of the sacred clown, the singing, dancing, and joy it brings, is beautiful conduit for the ideas.
01:33:18 Will Smith ON the Fast Five questions

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  • Will is so charismatic. Even when he's talking about pain, he has an aura of cheerfulness.

    Persephrotis V.Persephrotis V. Жыл бұрын
    • He’s delusional

      Caitlin PazminoCaitlin Pazmino2 ай бұрын
    • @M. Anahita Chawla he wasn’t born privileged and everyone has traumas but now it’s becoming normal and accepted to talk about it and he achieved a lot and he worked a lot so his mindset and experience could help others with less guidance. No need to be so negative

      bangtan_lover12bangtan_lover1210 ай бұрын
    • Joy is a powerful medicine. Proverbs 4:7

      Dr. Jude Æ MasonDr. Jude Æ Mason11 ай бұрын
    • That's a Libra all day. We extract all that we can from an experience and can transmute the so called negative into positive when we are properly balanced. It is a skill that comes naturally, but must be cultivated...it seems he has done the work because it shows.

      S TaylorS Taylor11 ай бұрын
    • @M. Anahita Chawla watch his red couch talk with his wife it really takes a peak into his childhood

      The Mini Jarr & Kel Adventures!The Mini Jarr & Kel Adventures! Жыл бұрын
  • All these people out here saying all these negative comments about Will are missing the wisdom he was giving in this interview. Major gems and respect for this man. Still a fan.

    Kia GovanKia Govan7 ай бұрын
    • Before or after the slap? 😂

      ssam2628ssam26282 ай бұрын
    • Yeah

      Famous BabyFamous Baby2 ай бұрын
    • @Jose Cordova Lol how did this come down to toxic masculinity??

      Jamy TechJamy Tech3 ай бұрын
    • @Joey Bagpipes no I would never assault someone on stage for if I did i would be in jail

      stephanie williamsstephanie williams3 ай бұрын
    • Facts

      BrandyBrandy6 ай бұрын
  • After watching this I realize we all have a breaking point even when we work on being our best selves! 🙏🏽for Will.

    Louise MyersLouise Myers5 ай бұрын
    • @theKrispytoe yes and then got a award wow.

      stephanie williamsstephanie williams3 ай бұрын
    • He talks about revenge and coming back to hurt you. The only answer is love and kindness. He self prophesied. Wow. Crazy! He put it out there and became reality.

      Frank GutierrezFrank Gutierrez3 ай бұрын
    • I hope he finds happiness

      FroPhutureFroPhuture4 ай бұрын
    • Absolutely we all have our flaws & breaking points I can't agree anymore for sure"!!! Especially growing up in an abusive dysfunctional household." I can Definitely relate to Will not excusing his behavior however understanding his triggers. Now with that said we must master first what makes us calm & peaceful first I believe. Then from there when we find ourselves getting weak or when someone tries to get us out of our element or antagonize us. Well we again must go to that peaceful place immediately. Because so many times we can be our worst enemy not realizing that our thoughts can provocus even more than a negative human being." So again I stand with Will on him needing that comfort & clarity. He as many others need to heal as myself I Definitely need & Deserve to heal from past trauma"!! 💯🙏❤️✨😇

      G.SmoothG.Smooth4 ай бұрын
    • He slapped a guy, on stage, in front of millions of people and wasn’t even kicked out and went to collect his award like nothing happened

      theKrispytoetheKrispytoe5 ай бұрын
  • I love this interview so much. This shows an imperfect man that understands life. I understand everything that he says but because of the society that we live in, sometimes we go back because we are imperfect beings. Keep trying and keep learning. Never judge.

    janice smithjanice smith8 ай бұрын
  • "In my mind, I've always been an A-list Hollywood superstar. Y'all just didn't know yet."- Will Smith

    Waking Up To LifeWaking Up To Life Жыл бұрын
    • Exactly! That’s why he was able to get away with just a slap on the wrist. He is A list superstar and an Icon BUT also a narcissist.

      ssam2628ssam262825 күн бұрын
    • @The PMA Experience R Hi R Hi Raia 😅E GUzzuzuux Did D EweDo Amish we do cb be w a yo

      Judy HershkoJudy HershkoАй бұрын
    • LOVE!!

      Nathalie LazoNathalie Lazo Жыл бұрын
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      Marquis PalmerMarquis Palmer Жыл бұрын
    • @Matias Elicagaray said he o no out C c o o the same. B bro I you know if uiiiii ogot ito ih ih ih C Co u to hhh lo John A O ooo

      USDJGUSDJG Жыл бұрын
  • This was a beautiful interview. You can tell they are friends, it's the flow of conversation. So many things stuck out to me but what really got me was when he spoke about the transition of his father and how he was able to say his peace and his final goodbye. It hit home for me cause when my mom transitioned, it was sudden but not completely unexpected but what I hold to my heart is although I didn't say goodbye but I spoke with her the night before and told her I love you mommy and she said, "I love you butterfly". I will hold that forever......

    Kim DixonKim Dixon Жыл бұрын
  • Damn, I just listened to this interview a few weeks before the Oscars... Despite what happened, this interview still has some great gems to learn from .

    Donny JayDonny Jay8 ай бұрын
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      Vritti SharmaVritti Sharma4 ай бұрын
    • i don't see how his actions as a grown ass man would affect if theres gems in this or not (which most def is)

      ISO TIMEISO TIME5 ай бұрын
  • “Those who need love the most ask for it in the most unloving way.” I see that Will needs a lot of love. I hope he gets it.

    J JewellJ Jewell8 ай бұрын
    • Yup

      MysMiranda M.MysMiranda M.Ай бұрын
    • i see you can't quote properly lol

      Kevin AlukaKevin Aluka3 ай бұрын
    • @AK well ak chris joked on jada before and then decided to do it again.

      stephanie williamsstephanie williams3 ай бұрын
    • @HeartHugz I just wanna know how it is to live the perfect life without any imperfections or mistakes? It must be hard being so perfect. The man made a great mistake, one he hasn't done before, the man also has to deal with loving a person who wants nothing but to hurt and humiliate him. There is a expression, love is blind, Will has been blinded by his love for his wife. He made a mistake, so everyone should cancel him right? I feel bad for you, because all this anger you are taking out on him is a reflection of stuff that has happened in your life. It will be ok, you grown from it, your still here, so that means you still have time to get the hate out of your heart. I'll pray for you.

      RaisingCainYTRaisingCainYT5 ай бұрын
    • Chris Rock needs a lot of love as well obviously. Let's not forget this started from him humiliating his "brother's" wife before the world on the biggest night of Will's career. Will was about to become the 5th Black man to win Best Actor after a whole awards season where everyone knew this. So unnecessary on Chris' part, indicative of some deep issues and completely unacknowledged. This podcast is about ignorance on both sides and that went right over your head.

      AKAK7 ай бұрын
  • i'v watched this interview countless times and will never get sick of it, I feel like I'm still learning something new every time I watch

    Joaani CampbellJoaani Campbell9 ай бұрын
  • Will Smith is very clear in conveying the message of Gita in a very simple way. Thanks Will and Jay

    Jotendra KumarJotendra Kumar Жыл бұрын
    • Yeah but look what they do to Cris Rock!

      find purposefind purpose5 ай бұрын
  • Time well spent. This is what a quality interview looks like. Truly appreciative to the both of you for sharing!!! One LOVE!

    Ms StephanieMs Stephanie Жыл бұрын
  • Never repay evil with evil, only repay evil with good. The answer is love and kindness… The Bible teaches seek not revenge! Thanks WILL, the secret is love and kindness. Use your words to uplift others. I appreciate your lessons and inspiration, you are a positive impact on me. Thank you.

    BELLE ANGELBELLE ANGEL Жыл бұрын
    • Yeah Cris Rock did so well that when Smith slapped him!

      find purposefind purpose5 ай бұрын
    • If only Will believed what he said here. A man shall live what he speaks not use violence to settle a score over a bald headed woman

      Eileen WattEileen Watt8 ай бұрын
  • Watching this made me reflect on my own journey to the top of the hill and how I think I'm on the right path but I'm allowing my ego to destroy the world around me in the process. I couldn't have watched this at a more perfect time. Will is truly an inspiring, incredible human spirit.

    Jordan JansenJordan Jansen Жыл бұрын
  • *There is no such thing as a "self-made" man. We are made up of thousands of others. Everyone who has ever done a kind deed for us, or spoken one word of encouragement to us, has entered into the make-up of our character and of our thoughts, as well as our success.* Have a great day!

    Be The PioneerBe The Pioneer Жыл бұрын
    • Actually anyone who has ever done anything kind or unkind to us will have an effect on who we become depending on how we respond to it ❤️

      E BE BАй бұрын
    • @John Colvin s was

      Lalramthianghlimi NutlaiLalramthianghlimi NutlaiАй бұрын
    • ur opinion

      Kevin AlukaKevin Aluka3 ай бұрын
    • Well said!!!

      Oshay NaijaOshay Naija4 ай бұрын
    • No self-made man is necessary because people don’t decide where you go, only you can. It isn’t arrogant but is misused.

      DestinyDestiny8 ай бұрын
  • This was so deep and inspiring, I love Will smith's energy, nice episode

    Mulisa MuseriMulisa Museri8 ай бұрын
  • Sometimes things in life can get so hard that thinking negatively can become a habit. Making it your purpose to be more positive is hard work - but so worth it. Great interview - Will is an amazing "Hooman" :)

    Ariel ParkerAriel Parker Жыл бұрын
  • This man is simply how a human should be. Laughter, fun and love for everyone. That laughter is amazing…

    General OpinionGeneral Opinion Жыл бұрын
  • It's so liberating to hear what Will said about everything he said. I was so immersed in his storytelling. He is so committed to personal growth. So glad to have him as an influence in this world we live in. Both Jay and Will are such exquisite human beings! Much love.

    Ansubha ManandharAnsubha Manandhar Жыл бұрын
  • Thank you Will Smith for opening up. Interviews like this show us that celebrities are no different from regular people. We all can relate with our experiences in our lives good and bad.

    THE HALL FAMILYTHE HALL FAMILY Жыл бұрын
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      Feven Reda BelayFeven Reda Belay Жыл бұрын
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      Spiritualista BeautiqueSpiritualista Beautique Жыл бұрын
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      Marquis PalmerMarquis Palmer Жыл бұрын
    • @spyrosdafnis facts

      janiajania Жыл бұрын
    • Will aint a regular celebrity. He is a gem of a person.

      spyrosdafnisspyrosdafnis Жыл бұрын
  • I’m so thankful for this video! I’ve been on my path of healing and ascension and this truly let me know that I’m in alignment with the universe! I’m taken aback by how much I related with Will Smith and some of his experiences and what he was able to take away from those experiences! My parents divorced around the same age and it set me on a path that I came off of having endured a tremendous amount of trauma from. However, it has made me extremely loyal and loving and caring in my relationships. I have a 2 year old daughter now, and I’m a single mother as well…. and I found myself ina Great Depression whenever her father and I split because I didn’t want her to be a product of a broken home like I was. I had a great job, had a home and a bed to lay my head, a car and plenty of money, but I was miserable. I quit my job to focus on my mental health and quickly realized that a toxic environment for my child was worse then her father and I not being together. And I found that the material things I had and the money I had wasn’t what life was all about. It’s truly about kindness and love and spreading it as much as you can. But I had to turn into a negative person to remember how positive I used to be and eventually I was able to find myself again. Thank you both so much for this. Blessings, prosperity, abundance, positive energy and true happiness to the both of you ✨♥️

    Ky 2 the StreetsKy 2 the Streets9 ай бұрын
  • The way Will says , "God is driving Arjuna's Chariot". Goosebumps Guaranteed !!! 1:16:22

    X Æ A-XiiX Æ A-Xii11 ай бұрын
    • Goosebumps at that part also. The way he puts it is so simple but poignant.

      Panjabi PanditPanjabi Pandit10 ай бұрын
  • "Change is a process, not an event." I loved the "hunting vs. farming" analogy. That's so good!

    Nathan MaxwellNathan Maxwell11 ай бұрын
  • I absolutely love this discussion.Jay’s kind and genuine interest and Will Smith’s profound knowledge and authenticity really touched me. I am inspired and will practice these advices in my own life, really deep and truthful words. Thank you so much.

    Chris DLChris DL9 ай бұрын
  • "God has given you the gift of word. Be sure you use them to uplift people" --- loved this!!

    Heavin is WithinHeavin is Within Жыл бұрын
    • @Kayio stanfield yes ✨🤍

      Sunset AveSunset Ave Жыл бұрын
    • this actually breaks down to -you are a god and each time we speak and as well as write we are casting spells, you are the power they want you to believe in. you are a goddess find your way to your higher self and you will experience your god abilities.

      Kayio stanfieldKayio stanfield Жыл бұрын
    • 🙌 yes

      Marquis PalmerMarquis Palmer Жыл бұрын
  • I love this. You can't affirm yourself in a broken mirrors, key to compassion and self-validation here.

    Xhoni KapoXhoni Kapo11 ай бұрын
  • This is by far one of the best interviews I’ve ever seen about life. Not because it’s will but because of his break down about every day life. Forsure going to watch it again.

    Angel TaylorAngel Taylor Жыл бұрын
  • From beginning to end, I never saw Will fiddling about or just uttering away even for a second. He was into the moment for all of 1.43.46 moments. For an actor, and for a human, to be so clear about so many fundamentals of life.. Will is on the right path and with a right inheritance of thoughts. Namaste 🙏

    Saurabh GoyalSaurabh Goyal10 ай бұрын
  • Such an uplifting interview. Thank you Jay and Will for this wonderful experience

    Cathy GrantCathy Grant Жыл бұрын
  • "people who need the most love, ask for it in the most unloving ways."

    Yahdy SenseiYahdy Sensei Жыл бұрын
    • It's because they've been mishandled so many times by people who didn't know how to give the love they received.

      Star MacStar Mac Жыл бұрын
    • @Derak C. they don't recognize it when they see it, they have a distorted image of what love is.

      amdemichael dessalegnamdemichael dessalegn Жыл бұрын
    • @shivani bhardwaj god bless you Shivani

      Ratna Sagar BhadrachalamRatna Sagar Bhadrachalam Жыл бұрын
    • That shit hit me differently the min I heard it

      Daquon ADaquon A Жыл бұрын
    • @avinash kumar Sadhguru ka guru..!😂

      Sandeep ThakurSandeep Thakur Жыл бұрын
  • "I need to be more to give you more". This statement is so simple yet I never realised this, the moment I heard this and gave it a thought I immediately felt as if I have gained something. Thank you for such an amazing interview, it feels like I have gained more knowledge and wisdom

    AviAvi10 ай бұрын
  • I've been watching this video for 3 days now. Immersing and studying each story, scenario, concept, and belief. Now that I've finished it, just led me to more questions but with a sense of hunger to learn and self reflect. I think what I got from this video will continue to grow in me. Thank you Jay and Will!

    Johrel MaximianoJohrel Maximiano11 ай бұрын
  • Will is a good guy! I don’t care who he slapped.We all have our moments.But Will has been a huge inspiration over the years for me! There are people in this world no matter how imperfect, they have the calling to inspire!

    Louise MyersLouise Myers5 ай бұрын
    • BIG FACTS💎💎💎

      Cornelius KirkCornelius KirkАй бұрын
    • Same

      MysMiranda M.MysMiranda M.Ай бұрын
  • “People who need the most love, ask for it in the most unloving ways” woahhh 🙌🏼

    AbyAby11 ай бұрын
  • This was one good conversation. It's interesting the speed at which he expresses himself. The choice of words is very intentional, that's a person that's conscious about the strength of words and language. Sooo many lessons in here.

    Kevin McCasaKevin McCasa Жыл бұрын
    • @Caryl Anne Beltran librans generally think begore speaking

      BEYOND MEBEYOND ME8 ай бұрын
    • Agreed. He doesn't rush, he chooses his word carefully, mindfully, with intention.

      Caryl Anne BeltranCaryl Anne Beltran Жыл бұрын
    • Please try to read bhagvad Geeta as much as you can, it will change your mind

      The Noobda showThe Noobda show Жыл бұрын
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      Marquis PalmerMarquis Palmer Жыл бұрын
  • Wonderful interview. Magnificent speech by Will regarding different corners of life and especially about Bhagavat Gita. he correctly understand the Gita and using in his real life.

    ramakrishna itteboinaramakrishna itteboina Жыл бұрын
  • Loveeee this interview. So many points resonate with my current journey. Creating your dream life is a daily task

    NaftGNaftG9 ай бұрын
  • i just deleted the number of a person who i had made an image in my mind of the one for me. But after watching this interview i really felt like its just all made up by us and we just try to seek approval from them when in reality its just our ignorance. Thanks a lot for some powerful messages in this podcast Jay and Will. would like to see more interactions of you two in the future.

    Nihar PatelNihar Patel Жыл бұрын
  • Thanks from the bottom of my heart for this amazing podcast. My parents named me Gita, my father was half Indian but we didn’t really have a relationship, so now I found a way to kind of reconnect to my father‘s mindset, by reading the Gita. This is for sure one of the most precious inspiration! Thank you for all the insight and understanding of life!

    Gita SchweitzerGita Schweitzer10 ай бұрын
    • Read "Srimad Bhagavad Gita". You will learn a lot

      Ritisha KapoorRitisha Kapoor10 ай бұрын
  • Don’t stop creating your dream life. Your gut and intuition is pulling you one way. What people think of you and peoples opinions are pulling you another way. Break free. Be brave. Follow your heart. You are a chosen one. Don’t listen to the ones with enslaved minds. 💜 Heart-Based Manifestation KZburnr

    Gavin Speaks Gavin Speaks Жыл бұрын
    • 1 Dear Christians, let's suppose Jesus willingly died for our sins, what did you gain from the sacrifice of Jesus if you must still repent just like the muslims ❓ 2 Dear Christians, if Jesus is God what happened to his Godly powers when he decided to cry & beg for help before he was killed by a Jew ❓ 3 Dear Christians, if Jesus was happy to die for our sins, why did he beg & cry for help ❓ 4 Dear Christians, if Jesus was God, are you saying God died ❓ 5 Dear Christians, if God is one & God died on the cross, who gave God life again ❓ 6 Dear Christians, If Jesus' sacrifice has ended the need for animal sacrifice, why then are you christians still killing animals now ❓ 7 Why Would a just God let Jesus suffer for our sins ❓

      THE TRUTH WITH PROOFTHE TRUTH WITH PROOF5 ай бұрын
    • Damn right! Leaving my wife and kids and following my dreams of being a male stripper!

      Jose DiazJose Diaz8 ай бұрын
    • @alirpa77 ash aaah aaaah Bush hitt. Slap 👋

      BUTTLIQ0URBUTTLIQ0UR8 ай бұрын
    • What a nice little feel-good moment by all these flowery, empty words.

      Eye of the OspreyEye of the Osprey8 ай бұрын
    • 🤨📸

      channelschannels8 ай бұрын
  • I've been on a journey finding myself and working through pain and this interview connected so deeply. One of my most favorite interviews ever. Beautiful

    Santiago PenaSantiago Pena11 ай бұрын
  • This was a great interview, especially the concept of understanding that your behaviour and someone's reactions to your behaviour are two totally different things. I think this concept has liberated me. However, I have a question which Will Smith didn't answer, as much as I applaud his growth and transformation, does he truly think that if he had this mindset at the beginning of his career, he would have been this successful? It's one thing to speak against the military mindset after benefitting from it. Is it really possible to strive and succeed in a competitive industry without a killer mindset that is absolutely determined to win and breaking every thing that stands in the way? Can we be sure that you can be all nice and kind while in a competitive environment and win, or you will need to be an animal and focus on targets and ignore emotions?

    Active Life TransformationActive Life Transformation11 ай бұрын
  • This podcast changed my life… Thank you Will & Jay❤️

    April LeeApril Lee10 ай бұрын
  • Fascinating interview by two of the most incredible people. THANK YOU for this. Both of you.

    Kristen AguirreKristen Aguirre10 ай бұрын
  • Nothing is more admirable than two enlightened men talking about their journeys. This is an epic episode. Two of my faves!! Inspiring big time!

    Barbie JavierBarbie Javier Жыл бұрын
    • Yes

      Marquis PalmerMarquis Palmer Жыл бұрын
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      Marquis PalmerMarquis Palmer Жыл бұрын
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      Marquis PalmerMarquis Palmer Жыл бұрын
    • Enlightened? 🧐 you mean WOKE AF

      Kche MKche M Жыл бұрын
  • "Holding onto anger is like drinking poison and expecting the other person to die."” This saying fits so well with what you guys are saying.

    PlayMaxPlayMax Жыл бұрын
  • Great interview of thinking what’s actually important in life 🙌🏻

    Mara DavisMara Davis9 ай бұрын
  • What he said about Arjuna was so relatable for me. I felt the same way reading the Gita. Also, it really clicked for me when he said he was using other peoples reactions to his actions as a measure of the quality of his actions. 💗🙏

    M MM M Жыл бұрын
  • What a great interview… how can you not love Will Smith?

    William WomackWilliam Womack11 ай бұрын
  • This interview was sooooooo amazing! Thank you for sharing your wisdom. There are so many concepts that I will apply to my life. I am grateful.

    Aum Your SkinAum Your Skin9 ай бұрын
  • Dear Will we love you brother You're human, and we extend grace and mercy to you I hope you're doing better 💜

    MaliMali6 ай бұрын
  • After watching this video, I will be writing a letter to my step dad who we recently lost. I didn’t get the chance to say goodbye properly or even thank him for everything he did for both my mum and I during the 30 years he was in my life. Thank you for sharing, so much life advice for everyone 🙏

    GEMGEM9 ай бұрын
  • Thank you Will and Jay for sharing your wisdoms and mentorships to people (including myself). I am so happy to have listened and watched this video as u two reflected on a lot of things that I struggle with in my own existence. It was unimaginably positively impactful. blessing to you both!

    PawwwedPawwwed10 ай бұрын
  • Amazing interview! "Don't use a persons' reaction to your activities, as a measure of the quality of your actions" Such brilliant advice!

    Divina JohnsonDivina Johnson Жыл бұрын
    • I agree, This is a one of the TOP quotes for sure !!!

      Insight Wellness CoachingInsight Wellness Coaching Жыл бұрын
  • This was so healing - the right things to hear at the right time. Thanks for sharing these values 🙏🏾❤️elevate above the duality and become one with everything - at the core there is only singularity.

    Sinnthuya RaaniSinnthuya Raani Жыл бұрын
    • @Miss T with your phrase "connected by one" and "all rooted and connected to God (one root)" you are referring to that what I mean by singularity. From one root many manifestations are possible. So by you saying that we are not all one - of course we aren`t on a superficial level, because we are all different manifestations.

      Sinnthuya RaaniSinnthuya Raani5 ай бұрын
  • Love you, Will Smith. I'm glad I watched this interview of you today, I was very troubled after some disturbing headlines came up about you on my local conservative youtube channels a while back lol. I'm finally seeing you again. You and Jay have shared such powerful advice and teachings in this short podcast. I feel like our personalities are very alike, Will. Your grandmother sounds like the most beautiful woman. I've got a long journey ahead of me as a 24year old, but man I'm so happy and relieved to have burdens I've been carrying around in my heart for a while slowly dissipate when I listen to your wisdom. You and Jim Carrey are my idols :D

    DeReal RatosDeReal Ratos9 ай бұрын
  • You growing up with a Military Dad makes me remember some of my friends that had strict military Dads ohhhh tough. Great talk I never thought about learning the different religions I'm on the path to becoming the best person I can be saying goodbye and thanking my friends family feels really right to me. Love this talk thank you for using your time to teach us. 😊 Love your Grandmother and her wisdom ❤ 🙏 ♥

    Pee DevlinPee Devlin11 ай бұрын
  • What a great conversation. I love Will’s explanation of the “triangle” of his youth. Much respect to Will’s Gram and thank God he had her in his life.

    Ruby RoseRuby Rose Жыл бұрын
  • "Trying to change your face to look good in a broken mirror" is the greatest tragedy of today's world. Thanks Will for your wisdom 😁

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      Marquis PalmerMarquis Palmer Жыл бұрын
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      Motivational StormMotivational Storm Жыл бұрын
  • Hi Jay, nice to see another great channel! My name's Martin, just subscribed as I went through your videos and found many of my favourite motivational coaches like GaryVee, Brendon Burchard and Will Smith, they have inspired me with their speeches throughout my life and they still are. I appreciate your great work and will definitely support and follow your awesome podcasts! See ya

    ADVENTURE WITH SARCASMADVENTURE WITH SARCASM Жыл бұрын
  • A versatile actor who expresses his freedom of speech. I loved the way when he said about revenge.. Truth: It kills us innerwards and ruins ourselves. ONLY ANSWER IS LOVE AND KINDNESS TO KILL OUR EGOS . Human beings are creatures of examples. We need examples of someone whom we should model our minds to make ourselves positive .

    Karan SKaran S Жыл бұрын
  • Absolute wow. I totally was so inspired by this podcast and have taken so much away. I love Wills law that he would put in place. An absolute joy. I will watch this over and over. I would love love love you guys both to do an inspirational talk to our firm. It would be a beautiful beautiful thing.

    Diane CaliseDiane Calise10 ай бұрын
  • Recently I made a huge life change to follow my intuition and it’s scary but coming back to this video always helps. 🧡 I got this and anyone else reading this, you got this too!

    Scottie MarsScottie Mars10 ай бұрын
  • I love Will's desire for continuous learning.. it's so insipiring. And he clearly has such great wisdom. I love it. Thanks to both of you for bringing this to us 🙏🏽

    Jay KayeJay Kaye Жыл бұрын
  • One of a kind interview! I'm just mesmerized with the enlightenment of Will talking about is life experiences and talking so openly about is contemplation of suicide, is dad death and all his journey.... very powerfull indeed!!! Life is a learning process not a competition, punishment or a curse! Do not try to live it... Just Live It!!!! Blessed for the teachings of two amazing and very enlightening persons!

    João FerreiraJoão Ferreira10 ай бұрын
  • "The God is Driving Arjun Chariot" gives goosebumps. Thanks, Will Smith.

    Sube SinghSube Singh10 ай бұрын
  • Great interview , so great to hear will in this in depth interview rather than the speed in normal TV shows.. Beautiful how profound he is about it all. Well done to you @jay Shetty I had never seen you but a great atmosphere . Love and Light from Europe 💖

    Gee MeeLGee MeeL9 ай бұрын
  • This has got to be my favorite episode! Thank you Will & Jay! 🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽

    All Things ValeryAll Things Valery8 ай бұрын
  • Wow... As a 40 year old mother, wife, who is trying to find my own authenticity and further purpose... This spoke to me and was so incredibly powerful, I'm in tears, but happy ones! Thank you Jay and Will. Absolutely what I needed to help me on my journey. Bless yall.

    Crispy-lifeCrispy-life Жыл бұрын
    • @Dr. Jude Æ Mason Thank you for this comment.. 🙏

      Treal StylezTreal Stylez10 ай бұрын
    • The more time passes, the more I realize that motherhood is a divine assignment where I AM commissioned to teach another all the things I need to learn. 💡🕊📖

      Dr. Jude Æ MasonDr. Jude Æ Mason11 ай бұрын
    • Give yoga and meditation and go and your life will turn around for the better

      nastiknastik Жыл бұрын
  • Wow what an inspiration, thank you Will and thank you Jay. I really needed this right now

    Tim VloneTim Vlone Жыл бұрын
  • This was as Phenomenal Interview and Thank you for the Knowledge Jay and Will I need to Grow and Find my Peace and It’s not easy to process negative emotions with positive thoughts. I Love the Fast Five Questions and Love the Law that Will Said. A Jim Carrey interview needs to be the next Video Hands Down

    Bnice CryptoBnice Crypto8 ай бұрын
  • Two people having an awesome and flowing conversation, thanks for sharing so many great points

    Juanita WilkinsonJuanita Wilkinson10 ай бұрын
  • I will listen to this discussion daily. Thank you both!😊

    rochelle holmanrochelle holman Жыл бұрын
  • I love how Wil said, "Tomorrow's not promised." I lost my beloved grandfather before I celebrated my birthday and it tore me apart. Despite what happened, I'm grateful because I was there with him during his last moments and I was able to take care of him, show him how thankful I am for the love he showed me and said I love him so much.

    Sai MontesSai Montes Жыл бұрын
  • I love this. I mean I love this SO MUCH! I feel good about my own path to learning and understanding. Was feeling like it has been too long & too late to really “get it”. Now I feel like I’m joining the party! Gratitude gentlemen!

    CR JoyCR Joy11 ай бұрын
  • Mr Smith into sense of calmness and real. It shows how deeply he involved in spirituality.. inspirational conversation 🙏🕉️

    ANIL SHETTYANIL SHETTY Жыл бұрын
  • This is something which is real gold which need to be experienced through calm mind. Thank you Jay for sharing this with us.

    Shashi Kant PandeyShashi Kant Pandey Жыл бұрын
  • You know what I really like about this podcast you know, is that there are so many you know, messages and truths, you know, and how clear will expresses these messages, you know. Lol all jokes aside this podcast is so fascinating to watch after reading his book! I’m making so many references to what he says in this to some of the chapters in his book. I really love how Will took everything in his life and turned them into lessons. It is such an important skill to have to create personal growth and wisdom as a person.

    Josh PicheJosh Piche10 ай бұрын
  • I appreciate this interview so much. Will’s point to Make amends and put ego aside is 🔑. I just started reading the Gita again (received it when I was walking by the beach two weeks ago) and it’s amazing how the first chapter talks about exactly what’s happening now. 🕯🕯🕯🕯Hare Krishna 💌✨

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      Motivational StormMotivational Storm Жыл бұрын
  • Jay is doing a great job. He made Will Smith talk without interrupting him. Love these videos. They are so helping.

    Janice SmithJanice Smith8 ай бұрын
  • Will has the experience, knowledge and is a positive influence people need to witness. He is successful because he has always been seeking

    Seven SaturnSeven Saturn Жыл бұрын
  • The more time passes, the more I realize that motherhood is a divine assignment where I AM commissioned to teach another all the things I need to learn. 💡🕊📖

    Dr. Jude Æ MasonDr. Jude Æ Mason11 ай бұрын
  • Wow, he has extracted Duality and Duty out of Gita. Superb

    Tushar GTushar G Жыл бұрын
  • Will's insight on his grieving process with his father was overwhelming yet beautiful to watch.

    AdjaniAdjani Жыл бұрын
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      Marquis PalmerMarquis Palmer Жыл бұрын
    • @Motivational Storm Thank you for sharing. Right on time 💫

      AdjaniAdjani Жыл бұрын
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      Motivational StormMotivational Storm Жыл бұрын
    • yes!

      janiajania Жыл бұрын
  • mannnn somebody get this man a talk show which he can go uncapped and let him divulge everything in his heart and mind, he's a gem for real. 2 hrs ain't enough

    Marissa AbstonMarissa Abston Жыл бұрын
  • It’s great to hear these principles are everybody’s struggles and a daily, moment to moment practice… a lifelong realization. Knowing they are not immune is comforting and allows me to cut myself some slack.

    Eric CostinEric Costin11 ай бұрын
  • When I listen to Will Smith I feel the amount of pain he is holding within but for some reason he is still not able to communicate this pain till date. But I see he is definitely trying to sort himself out. I hope Will is able to resolve himself through his spiritual journey 🙏.

    Time To Leave The PlanetTime To Leave The Planet Жыл бұрын
  • This is just such a great interview to listen to!! Shows Will Smith in an absolute different look, different from what we assume of someone not really knowing a person. How deep he is in his thoughts, ideas !! Very intelligent and with such a nice sense of humor right in time and place ))) oh i enjoyed this video a lot, so there's Russian audience watching it and getting inspired just to let you know 😉😁 Thank you once again and please let Will know that he has opened up or let us all discover new notions/ truth that is so vital! Thank you Will and Jay❤ Irina

    Irina PIrina P Жыл бұрын
  • Jay: “The result of your activity is not under your control” Will: “You can do everything “right” and it still go wrong in terms of outcome and you can do everything wrong and it still goes “right” in the outcome. The outcome is not connected to the quality of your behavior”

    Moses RabukaMoses Rabuka Жыл бұрын
    • His son is a crossdresser and his wife is not loyal.

      God BrotherGod Brother Жыл бұрын
    • Quality of your behavior period that could be repeated over and over

      Deborah OliverDeborah Oliver Жыл бұрын
    • @nawatramani True BG 2:47 Do not let the reward be the purpose of your action which you will not become attached to not performing your duty

      Moses RabukaMoses Rabuka Жыл бұрын
    • And that about sums up the Bhagwad Gita. Do what you have to do; don't worry about the result.

      nawatramaninawatramani Жыл бұрын
    • @YHVH'S CHILD IN CHRIST I respect your beliefs eventhough it might be different.. I guess that's what we call mutual respect 🙏

      Niyati ShettyNiyati Shetty Жыл бұрын
  • Great interview! very informative. as well as good insight on Will and his spiritual journey.💯🌱

    YB The CampYB The Camp10 ай бұрын
  • Absolutely loved this conversation!

    Alexis AllenAlexis Allen Жыл бұрын
  • Is it fashionable to highlight people who attack others? Directly on the homepage? Why does this guy deserve this?

    X486DX2X486DX223 сағат бұрын
  • I have always admired candid and heart to heart talk. This is at top of that list

    Sharat SahuSharat Sahu Жыл бұрын
  • I just came across this and watched it from start to finish and I’m just so in awe. This is one of my all time favourite interviews. So inspiring and motivating and just hearing this interview makes you want to be a better person. Thank you Jay for this!

    Seema SinghSeema Singh Жыл бұрын
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      The weekendxThe weekendx11 ай бұрын
  • This is of great value to humanity. It can bring a long lasting positive impact. Yes, love and kindness is strengh no manny can recognize yet. Love is the most powerful force the makes us move. The world doesn’t lack love it lacks understanding, and this kind of talk brings the understanding that the world needs.

    Daniel FerrazDaniel Ferraz9 ай бұрын
  • Thank you guys, you're really inspirational! Thank you Will!

    Getinet Tafese TuchoGetinet Tafese Tucho Жыл бұрын
  • Amazing interview.Powerful message by God's own chosen handsome

    •moonxsphere••moonxsphere•9 ай бұрын
  • This was an uplifting interview! Thank you ❤️🙏🏽

    Anuradha RAnuradha R Жыл бұрын
  • Will Smith seems like a such a good dude. It is sad how toxic relationships can destroy you

    NANUNANU4 ай бұрын
  • Will Smith had to face many unfortunate events in his life that are out of his control. I hope he still keep the positive attitude towards life and in the future he does more himself and for the humanity ♥️

    B NB N11 ай бұрын
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