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Dolph Lundgren | On healing and forgiveness | TEDxFulbrightSantaMonica

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The movie Rocky IV turned Dolph Lundgren aka Soviet boxer Ivan Drago into a Hollywood star. Exactly 30 years later the Fulbrighter Dolph Lundgren shares his personal fight worth fighting with a live audience at the Broad Stage in Santa Monica. “If you heal yourself you can heal others” is the message of this surprising TEDxFulbright talk about a fighter who became a social activist. Best known for his performance in Rocky IV as Ivan Drago, Dolph has starred in over 50 films. He was awarded a Fulbright to MIT after graduating at the head of his class in chemical engineering at the Royal Inst. of Technology in Stockholm. He also completed an exchange program with the University of Sydney. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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prozoneuk (9 часов назад)
Love IS the answer.
Conor Mcgregor (13 часов назад)
A great insight into his life 👍🏻 very interesting
rexel666 (1 день назад)
He's nice.
Mark James (1 день назад)
I can't forgive someone who brutally killed a boxing legend in Apollo Creed. Nope. Never.
ERWIN ADARVE (1 день назад)
A humbling exhortation from a man who suprisingly has different image from the films. Let me say forgiveness get us wholly more meaning with Jesus Christ.
Living conservative (2 дня назад)
Dolph ,what can I say amazing story.. I tilt my hat too you sir 🎩🎓
nicky lin (2 дня назад)
wowww. i never thought a real man could be so honest and talk about his insecurities and how he overcame it, Bravo Drago!!!
Turd Ferguson (2 дня назад)
I'm in tears. Wow.
Ray Zee (2 дня назад)
Amazing...
Mike Baker (2 дня назад)
Such an honest talk, very inspiring from someone who you would consider as a big male icon back in the day.
f/y/all (2 дня назад)
How i understand you....
Essam Gossiel (2 дня назад)
Dolph, there's only one Tony Robbins
Nat Kam (1 день назад)
We don't usually know famous people, we only think we do. All the info about them are mostly gossip & straight up lies made up by tabloids for money. But in reality many of them had a hard childhood and that's what pushed them towards success - famous actors, artists, athletes etc. In the end, we are all human beings with complex stories. At the age of 30, I'm just starting to live, after years of vegetation and suffering from bipolar depression. So glad I clicked on this video. Dolph Lundgren is very articulate, intelligent, charming, with a great sense of humor, he is very good storyteller and I absolutely adore his voice - so soothing ! Remember that it is never too late to bounce back and change your life, as Dolph said. Love & all the best, for all of You, from Poland <3
Andrew Birkett (2 дня назад)
what a guy
Hank Astral (3 дня назад)
what a guy!
C S (3 дня назад)
Socialism vs capitalism hmm?
LEGION 74 (3 дня назад)
Fight, flight and freeze! How true that life throws interesting curve balls at us and it is our early years that seem to set up a path of bliss or destruction via exposure, environment and abuse.. Thank you Dolph Lundgren and Ted X for sharing
Fiftypence (3 дня назад)
He comes across as a really, really nice guy. Respect.
Sanjog Agarwal (3 дня назад)
You see he's not a machine. He's a man !!!
zrinkolina (3 дня назад)
Beautiful inspiration :)
By Way Of Deception (3 дня назад)
Brutally honest, amazing.
Ricardo Marez (4 дня назад)
I saw Dolph Lundgren on the Eric Andre Show, and now I'm watching him on Ted talks.
DDT DDT (4 дня назад)
My hat off to you sir. This gentleman seems to have found himself
Skywalker ranch (4 дня назад)
A nice genuine guy. Down to earth and very humble.
Sv00perStar (4 дня назад)
5:40 whar happend here when he says "change my life" ?
Harlock2day (4 дня назад)
All true, humanity is slowly waking up to what makes us human, our feelings. Dolph contribute is much appreciated, hopefully more will come forward, those roles models are people with much greater chance to be heard and should use that power. I was not a fan before but I am a fan now, for the right reason.
robz8701 (4 дня назад)
Inspirational!! From someone who I consider the ultimate alpha-male. Bravo Dolph 👏🏻
Hotep7th (5 дней назад)
Thank you for this!
Petar Nikolov (5 дней назад)
nice big respect
Baby Huez (5 дней назад)
Am I shocked stuff like slavery goes on in Brentwood California!? No....no I’m not, not in the least.
nic noc (5 дней назад)
been in love with Dolph since forever.. he could've married me but he didn't know where I lived .. ah well he missed his chance hee hee
m1 last (5 дней назад)
10:30 donald trump
Aracne80 (6 дней назад)
Great talk by a great guy. It takes strength in character to change, and he did it.
keith stone (7 дней назад)
And the little boy grew up to fight and beat Rocky
Joe Slogans (7 дней назад)
Dolph Lundgren called me a *** once. 😂🤣😂
Zakary Wilson (8 дней назад)
Amazing story....
Metal Roofing (8 дней назад)
Much Respect, sir!.
Your Friend (8 дней назад)
Thank you Dolph! I have been trying to convey this same message in my own videos over the past couple of months, but you have done so much better in your explanation! I have reached this level of Ascension quite some time ago and it doesn't end there. Keep on making the Awesome videos! Your Friend, Doug Chandler
Marek Pająk (9 дней назад)
If he talks, he talks.
Autumn Akins (9 дней назад)
I never realized how very intelligent and wise this man is...props.
Warren Gouldthorpe (9 дней назад)
He hasn't actually aged a day since rocky IV, and you've got to respect this man for talking about his past experiences
hkr006 (10 дней назад)
Damn. I hope we see some of THIS Lundgren in Creed II. I love the idea of Drago becoming wiser and more peaceful over time while his son exhibits the same idiotic demons.
Polar Bear (10 дней назад)
The Earth is dying and so are we so let's begin to heal everything with love God bless you Dolf this is the true meaning of life love nothing more nothing less The Tide is changing we are all brothers and sisters we're only separated if we believe we are and even then we are not. When we can remember to treat each other like brothers and sisters again we can remember our responsibility to each other again and more hatred and horribleness can be a thing of the past and love can be the thing of the future Life is only ever what you believe it to be and I believe the tide is changing and even if we don't make it on this Earth at least we can leave evidence of having at least tried and on the way out have the happy lives we all dream of and the Utopia we hope we can create without robots or iPhones just us and the food we grow and the people we love.
redtreasure1 (11 дней назад)
Really pleased to have stumbled on this, have always liked him anyway but this has elevated my thoughts about him, well done him for sharing, well done Ted for supplying the platform for him to share, 100% inspirational. LOVE this
Michael Soprani (12 дней назад)
Respect…
Scott Russell (12 дней назад)
Can hear a pin drop.
Richard Wickman (12 дней назад)
Thank you for sharing this moving story.
earthdog1961 (12 дней назад)
Thank you!
Harjeet (13 дней назад)
'the greatest feeling in the world'
André Tavares (13 дней назад)
Great human being
jeff melrose (13 дней назад)
Awesome
Wolf moon (14 дней назад)
Concrete respect to Dolph for being so open and having the guts to share that extremely hard and scaring part of his life. God bless.
Phil Myass (14 дней назад)
" If he die's , he die's . - dolph lunddren
Ruslan Nabiev (14 дней назад)
Genius.
joseph abrams (15 дней назад)
Who would have thought that the strongest part of Dolph Lundgren was on the inside? Just beautiful
TheGatesOfFire (15 дней назад)
This was very touching.
SC EM (16 дней назад)
So, what happens if you go too far and you fall in love with yourself? Then, all you want to do is talk about yourself, become completely self-consumed, want to be the center of attention, and take “Selfies” all the time? “Look at me!” “Look what I can do!” Oh,....then you can fit right in and be an average/typical self-centered spoiled “American”. Is there an “American’s” Anonymous help group available yet? We can certainly use it.
eazy14 (16 дней назад)
Legendary Ivan Drago !
Tome (16 дней назад)
the wounded inner child in us ...very sad...
Victor Bastos (17 дней назад)
this is called aging and regret... simple as that
John Rider (17 дней назад)
The only thing he needed was Jesus who is god almighty
Awab Belghith (18 дней назад)
Strong guy more than anyone knows
Ian Winter (18 дней назад)
Awesome! Very impressive fellow! I hope he keeps going down his path of success and joy and keeps bringing it to others! Thank you Dolph Lundgren!
Alessandro Drudi (18 дней назад)
After the first couple of minutes of this video I pressed pause. I went to my 5-year-old little boy, gave him a big hug and a couple of kisses on his head. And I'm afraid I got a cold. I'm so sorry for that little Swedish kid.
Nick C (19 дней назад)
Wow, what an amazing Testimony.
Dutch Martin (19 дней назад)
Kudos to Dolph Lundgren for telling his story. Respect.
Ahiga4545 (19 дней назад)
376 dislikes? WTF!
Aracely Emmett (20 дней назад)
He is like your popeye he eats his spinach. This is typical rude behaviour towards visting foreigners we go!!
ron rowdy (20 дней назад)
He is very educated, a Masters in Chemistry i think
ron rowdy (17 дней назад)
Christie Lynn  His Hollywood image is that of some tough guy all muscle and no brains....just the opposite.
Christie Lynn (18 дней назад)
Someone's formal education is not as important as their compassion and their decision to take time out of their life to help others.
Michael Smorenburg-Writer (20 дней назад)
Dolph... Osu! I hear you buddy. Been there too. Did hypnotherapy, found the keys, unlocked the doors. Wow! Thanks for sharing. so important to know that even the good and great suffer it.
CrestwoodRocks (21 день назад)
Dolph would do well playing a surgeon in a television show or a movie. And yes Dolph is in a great organization. He is more nice than his Ivan Drago character.
Ely Powell (21 день назад)
I always thought he is Russian. This dude does a great job i n movies.
peace and love (21 день назад)
What kind of therapy did he take?
TAO TAO (21 день назад)
I don’t know how I stumbled on to this, but I’m glad I did. What a beautiful soul! 👸🏾
ItIsWhatItIs (22 дня назад)
Completely captivated by your courage and strength Dolph, you made my day. ♥
R (22 дня назад)
Thank-you so much from Japan.These words saved my 26years of my past life.Thank-you so much.
Dave V (23 дня назад)
What rubbish - that one has to move to America to make something of onself.
Retro Gameplay Po Czterdziestce (23 дня назад)
Its very inteligent men...
thomas karnick (24 дня назад)
Just... wow
Philip O Sullivan (26 дней назад)
Your a good guy Dolf look at you now fairplay😊
Sonia Rodgers (27 дней назад)
What a lovely speech, full of sincerity and grace.
Keith Cleghorn (27 дней назад)
The journey Dolph is on is great, he has been given a perspective that compels him to attempt to help other. I can only pray that Jesus is in his life and if not soon will be. For those who read this who are Christians Please send a pray towards Dolph. All praise and glory is to God our Father and our Kinsmen redeemer and lord and King Christ Jesus.
Jamie Holmes (28 дней назад)
Wauw.. That was unexpected and beautiful.
jonwiley (28 дней назад)
Still cartoonishly handsome with extremely masculine facial features -- the forehead, cheekbones, and jawline to die for
Kel Solaar (29 дней назад)
Nice one Dolph. On a side note - my little boy comes back from school with a few bruises and I'm scared that people will think I did it.
William Aiken (29 дней назад)
Very Inspirational
Josh Marlin (1 месяц назад)
If he dies he dies
Paul Wesley Lewis (1 месяц назад)
Beautiful :)
Wali Ullah (1 месяц назад)
If he dies......He Dies
Sylvia Hawley (1 месяц назад)
Dad made him blind too he saw Grace Jones as a beautiful woman 😂😂😂
Van Dolmatzis (1 месяц назад)
respect
Anton Samokat (1 месяц назад)
Thanks
Bruno56 (1 месяц назад)
Wasn't he the Russian bad guy who beat up Rocky [Silvester Stallone] in 'Rocky 3'?
Bruno56 (1 месяц назад)
No, Rocky 4.
Bruno56 (1 месяц назад)
Of course Rocky won at the end.
sataya thembo (1 месяц назад)
Uplifting
Sokratis Dalakas (1 месяц назад)
Thank you very much Dolph. I really needed to hear this talk right now.
Mustang 82 (1 месяц назад)
All I can say you are a blessing.
Dirty Harry (1 месяц назад)
to talk about all this means he really have balls
anders björkman (1 месяц назад)
Most people have no idea how smart Lundgren is, which is understandable if you've just seen him in movies :P He was a great student at a esteemed Swedish university, and if not for the Rockymovies, he would most likely be a doctor (phd) in one of the sciences.
HighlandWindsLLC Miller (1 месяц назад)
Agree. Nice talk.
John Baker (1 месяц назад)
<3 <3 <3 I've always liked this guy.

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