Jake Paul Is Going Full Aaron Rodgers After Crushing Loss To Tommy Fury

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Jake Paul is still licking his proverbial wounds after a crushing loss to Tommy Fury, the first loss of his professional boxing career.

In a recent interview, Jake Paul acknowledged that he’s been taking “relaxing” time where he’s been “reflecting on life” after the high-profile loss.

Now, like a phoenix rising from the ashes, Jake Paul is going full-blown Aaron Rodgers with wellness retreats and psychedelic experiences.

Speaking with Fox News Digital, Jake Paul revealed the he plans to follow in current Green Bay Packers / future New York Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers’ footsteps by doing a darkness retreat later this year, just like Rodgers.

Jake said “It’s funny, I was planning on doing the darkness retreat later this year.

Furthermore, Jake Paul revealed that he shared an ayahuasca ritual with Aaron Rodgers, a moment that Rodgers has spoken publicly about as a very pivotal moment in his life.

Speaking about the Ayahuasca ritual, Jake said:

“Aaron and I were actually together when we did the ayahuasca. He’s more publicly known for speaking about it, but I was actually there with him when we did it. We spent the week there doing it. Definitely share that similarity in terms of spirituality and reflecting and going into the deepest parts of the mind. Definitely have been doing some of that.”

Jake Paul previously spoke about the life-changing Ayahuasca ritual on his show:

Fox News Digital also asked Jake Paul what was next in his fighting career. After discussing the specifics about his time with Aaron Rodgers, Jake Paul was pretty vague about what’s next for him, saying:

“It’s interesting, man, and it’s tough to say. It’s tough to say what I’ll be doing. I think, for now, I’m focused on the next fight and that’s it. I think before, I’ve thought about what I’m going to do, how many fights I’m going to do, and it can be kind of stressful to think about that. But for me, I’m just going to take it fight by fight for now and keep the passion alive with that and just see where things take me, and not focus as much on the big picture versus the day-to-day is what I need to be focused on.”

Aaron Rodgers On His Ayahuasca Experience

Like Jake Paul, Aaron Rodgers also emerged from his ayahuasca ritual a changed man. On The Pat McAfee Show in December, Rodgers revealed that he no longer fears death after doing ayahuasca.

Aaron Rodgers said:

“I definitely had the fear of death. Ayahuasca and psilocybin actually really helped me with that and alleviated a lot of the stress around the idea of needing to accomplish things before I actually die and has kind of taken away some of that fear. I think when you’ve seen the other side, it makes the idea of death more of a passage and less of an ending.”

Comedian Ron White has also spoken publicly about a similar ayahuasca ritual experience. White’s is definitely worth listening to as well.

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