These ingredients combined, JP became an emotional healing coach, a practice that he still maintains when he isn’t making his videos. When he works one on one with people, he says that vulnerability is his main tool. In his videos, it’s comedy. However, making people laugh is a vulnerable act. He then moved to the east coast “because I got too spiritual for South California, it couldn’t handle me.” All of us on the east coast are grateful. Veganism was actually his idea, one that he had in a previous reincarnation of his existence. It doesn’t matter what form he was in at the time he came up with it because JP also doesn’t draw distinctions between time or space. Even if he did, they would definitely not be linear. We do know he’s so vegan that he doesn’t have a favorite animal. He hates them, actually. Well, it’s complicated, but he’s doing the deep work to resolve the issue within himself. “Gluten is the new animal that you don’t have to eat,” JP says. You don’t really have to be gluten intolerant to go gluten-free. Details. “Being gluten intolerant is a fantastic opportunity for you to assert your dominance on the lives of everyone around you. Which helps improve your life.” The people of Boulder “are so conscious that they are conscientious enough to tell you how conscious they are.” If the cities of the world entered a consciousness contest–Boulder would win.
The superior stock is not what draws JP, however, because he carries his consciousness wherever he goes, which is already on the level ultra. It is the world-class spectacle of Pearl Street that draws JP Sears most of all. “The juggling is mindblowing.” JP enlightened us to the people of Boulder’s favorite pastimes and extracurricular activities.
They spend their time in the community, talking about community, and how to build even more community in coffee shops “with authentic hipster baristas that genuinely don’t care about you.” So much weed is smoked in Boulder that the cannabis oil has permanently attached itself to the air particles. Lastly, there are “a suspicious amount of white people,” JP Sears crosses his arms. He doesn’t even know what to say about that. “There’s a rule you can bank on with bitcoin. What goes up, never comes down.” JP obviously has bitcoin, which means he speaks about it constantly and makes people feel stupid for not having bitcoin. His hands-on experience with bitcoin has given him an additional qualification to add to his already impressive resumé: financial expert and unsolicited financial advisor across his social channels. “Every conversation I have, I’m telling people to buy bitcoin.” He calls it “the veganism of the financial world.” In regards to blockchain, he says, “it’s like a third party that cuts out the other third party.” The only concern JP Sears has about bitcoins are the haters, or as they like to call themselves, “financial experts,” that say “be cautious about it.” They clearly don’t know what they’re talking about. Put all your money into bitcoin, there’s no risk at all. I mean, do we need to state the obvious? If you bought bitcoin three months ago, as JP told you to, you would have tripled your money by now. Just saying...and he’ll say it again. He definitely told you three months ago. “LOL, LMAFO, WTF, OMG, OMFG, OMMFG, OMMFGD.” Sorry, JP the millennial has lost the ability to construct actual sentences. He’s too busy saving the world with his thumbs to have a conversation with real people. He’s never held eye contact ever in his life, anyway, so if you want to know, it might be best to text him to see how he feels about it. Oh, he doesn’t care. Wait, what? He forgot. Does JP “do” yoga? JP Sears is Sanskrit for yoga. His yoga mat is rolled up in its purple bag made with recycled hemp, which he purchased because half the proceeds go towards saving the pandas. In other words, he’s already on tour. He’s coming to Meet Delic August 8-9, 2020 at the Wisdome LA. He will share his wisdom with us all, humbly, and teach us how we can be even more ultra spiritual than we already are. He definitely has a lot to say to the community, about the community, around the community, and within the community. “Spirituality is about unity,” JP says. Time to put the “unity” back in “community.” JP is not about the numbers. He’s about the impact.
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