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The problem with the Red Pill?


I am aware that this might raise some questions like “am I advocating a blue pill life?” Am I against the red pill?

The answer is no, I still am for the red pill but to fully grasp where I’m coming from I will share with you the journey I went through in terms of the red pill since it’s more than just PUA and fucking girls, it completely overthrows your worldview.

As with Paganism, I do not know how or why I stumbled upon the red pill, but I have always been skeptical, a loner and stuck in my head thinking about everything, also an avid internet user so it was probably just a matter of time until I’d learn about the Red Pill.

Unlike others who came across the Red Pill I experienced no hurt feelings, broken hearts or destroyed lives that would lead me to the red pill. It occurred naturally to me, practically falling into my hands without much trouble and thus my learning process began.

First, of course was the understanding of female nature and the natural hate and disdain that comes with it.

Many people put little analytical thought into how they speak. The process of choosing the correct words takes place in your mind, however the tonality and pacing of speech can have just as much importance in communicating. A man with a strong, attractive and masculine voice will be perceived by others as a leader.
So how do you improve your speaking skills to become a more masculine speaker?
First of all, you must remove filler words. Words or phrases such as “uh, um, er, ah, like, okay, right, you know, actually, and basically,” have no place in a man’s vocabulary. These words don’t display confidence, they do quite the opposite and make you appear weak.

We probably all watched Cartonns on TV when we were little, and lots of those series became a part of us and especially our childhood. The Nostalgia I feel while watching DragonBall Z is still sending chills through my body every single time.

Dragonball has tons of lessons to teach and below are few of the life lessons I’ve taken from the show.

Dragonball and Dragonball Z have always emphasized the importance of a teacher/mentor.

Goku and Krillin training under Master Roshi when they were little.

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Stoicism is Greco-Roman philosophy with the goal of accepting reality as the key to inner peace. Essentially, Stoicism is a philosophy of maintaining Frame. I’ll focus now on how to use it to become Outcome Independent.

When confronted with a problem, ask yourself if it is something outside your control, or in your control. If the problem is outside your control, then conclude that since there is nothing you can do about it, you shouldn’t worry.

Accept that, and move on to other things. There is no point in wasting energy if you can’t change the outcome.

On the other hand, if something is under your control, then, there is also no reason to worry because you can deal with the problem – it’s under your control.

Anyone who has spent time working for a large organisation will have come across the management fad – the supposed panacea that will make everything better. From Myers-Briggs to Hartman’s Colour Codes management fads run the full gamut of pseudoscientific nonsense, wasting time and money by forcing people to go on pointless training programs that make no difference whatsoever.

The words written here came from a good friend of mine who read Joe Dispenza and I very much share his opinions here hence the post for you and what you can expect from the books.

I may not recall everything I gathered about him right now but here is my take on Joe Dispenza

What he does with placebo and neuroscience is based on real things. Placebo exists and it works. The examples he gathered from history and contemporary issues can’t be denied. He explains all about placebo and how it works until the end of the book and I believe he does that so we will give a greater meaning to the meditations that are instructed in the book. Which he also explains another requirement of meditations – you have to believe in them and give great meaning to the act.

Things start to go down from here.

Exercise promotes neurogenesis, we know that however, there is something interesting I came across and that is this study.

It claims that sexual activity can produce the same effects as exercising. And multiple, repeated sexual experiences result in a greater effect than a single experience. But here’s my question. If sex makes you smarter through changes in synaptic strength, then just following the act SHOULD bring you the same benefit i.e. virtual sex.

Emotions Are Part Of Being Human

All of us live in a pool of subjective feelings that determine how we act. Not only do we let our emotions govern our actions, they also give us our motivation and understanding of our lives. Emotions control our lives, without an urge (emotion) to do something we wouldn’t even get out of bed in the morning, but most of us never try to question them, much less understand them – we just go along with pretty much whatever they tell us to do and therein lies the problem.

The Slave of Society

To be a man in society is to be a slave

We get bombarded with degenerate porn, timewasting sport events, alcohol, video games, the false narrative of a path to success (the american dream), while they get the maximum productivity from us until we drop dead. We trade our time for something worthless in return – money.

PEAK: The Neuroscientific Way To Self-Improvement

So as some of you might know I am currently working a new book “PEAK: The Neuroscientific Way To Self-Improvement which focuses on Neuroscience and how we can use it to improve ourselves on a fundamental level.

The Neuroscience Behind Fear
What happens in our brain when we are afraid?
Our response to scary situations is often described as the “flight-or-fight” response. In a fear situation, our body produces adrenaline and groups of hormones called endorphins.

A 2008 study in the Journal of Neurology also found that flooding the brain with dopamine is also linked to behaviors suggestive of fear and paranoia in rats. Since dopamine is also associated with pleasure, its release in scary situations, along with a so-called “rush” of adrenaline and endorphins can lead to an elevated mood or high.

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Get Off Your High Horse Because Humans Are Not That Special
Humans are not special.

There are about 25,000 genes in the human genome. All mammals have about the same number of genes and they all have pretty much the same genes. The difference between them come largely due to differences in when and where developmental genes are expressed during embryogenesis. It’s not what all these species have, it’s how they use it that makes most of the difference.

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What Are Neurotransmitters?
The brain has billions and billions of neurons. These cells communicate with each other by releasing chemical messengers, called neurotransmitters, into the synapse, where they are then taken up by specific receptors on neighboring cells. There are many types of neurotransmitters in the brain.

What they have in common is that they are produced inside a neuron, released into the synapse, and then cause effects on receptor cells, helping to propagate or downgrade action potentials.

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Sexbots And The Future
tl;dr: I talk about the first people pushing against sexbots. Expect a lot more over the next decades. Then I predict what will happen. Then I talk about how a lot of different technologies are al starting to arrive that will change dating, relationships, and having kids.

Such a use of the technology is unnecessary and undesirable, said campaign leader Dr Kathleen Richardson.

“Sex robots seem to be a growing focus in the robotics industry and the models that they draw on – how they will look, what roles they would play – are very disturbing indeed,” she told the BBC.

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Our Beliefs About the Brain and Behavior Are Wrong
Science and progress in human knowledge is the steady pushing back of the ignorance of intuition and everyday cultural beliefs. No less then the misperception of the earth being the center of the universe, our beliefs about how the brain works to cause behavior are deeply wrong. This calls for a major “reset” of ideas, theories and models about behavior across most professional and intellectual domains.

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Humans Are Approaching The End Of The World
Humans are doomed, why? Let’s find out!

As you know we evolved and so did our brain, meaning our brain is a combination of systems that have evolved on top of one another. Which boils down to the fact that we still use the systems that we had for a very long time in order to survive in a prehistoric dangerous world.

Two of these systems dominate our behaviour:

Approach and the avoidance system.

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As some of you might have noticed I became quite interested in our past. The european history that is, the germanic, norse one in particular. Reading and learning about the tribes we had, the traditions and virtues my forebears had, it’s fascinating.

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Benefits of a vast vocabulary?
The benefits are quite straightforward:
– More Confidence and self-esteem
– Appear sophisticated and knowledgable
– Sharper communication and effectiveness while talking to others

A person’s vocabulary level was the best single measure for predicting occupational success in every area. -Johnson O’Connor

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Passwords And Security!
Passwords, especially those not supported by two-step verification are your last lines of defense against malicious attempts. This post will help you to understand how those passwords are exposed, and what you can do to keep them safe.

How To On The Security Of Passwords
How To On The Security Of Passwords
How is your password exposed?
Before we dive into the how-tos of creating secure passwords, it’s important to understand why you need a password to begin with. After all who would want to hack your accounts anyway, right?

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The Neuroscience Behind Patience
Patience. What is Patience?

“The capacity to accept or tolerate delay, trouble, or suffering without getting angry or upset.”

This, is the definition of patience according to a simple google search. I’d define it a tad more elegant as:

“Enduring pain, delay, etc. without complaint”

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People can’t control themselves and they only learn lessons through pain. Bold claim? Well, bear with me.

Ever been in the situation where you told someone that something is bad for him and showed him the evidence for it too? What was the reaction you got? Did the person take your advice or go about his day with nothing changed? Thought so.
Pain Is The Best Tool To Learn
Pain Is The Best Tool To Learn

They either get defensive and your whole plan of convincing them to change their lives backfired or they just ignore it and keep on going about their days, which means you wasted your time.

You can tell them and show them evidence that the system might collapse and they won’t care they have to experience the pain that comes wiht it to understand. Look at obese people the nutrition facts are on the foods and yet people still get fat. Obese people won’t change until they feel the pain and the negative problems that are caused by being obese until then they just keep on going eating their 50 Mcmuffin.

Neuroscience Books To Educate Yourself

These neuroscience books complement each other and the idea is that if you read all four, you should have a solid understanding of modern neuroscience.

Brainwashed: The Seductive Appeal of Mindless Neuroscience

This is a great book for understanding common fallacies and conclusions drawn from cognitive neuroscience studies and which conclusions you can reasonably draw from evidence. It tackles several areas as examples of where these fallacies are having a huge impact such as Neuro-marketing and a bunch of the other NeuroX BS.

50 Ideas You Really Need to Know About the Human Brain

It’s a book of 50 chapters and each one covers an idea of the foundation of current neuroscience. It’s fairly easy to understand and accurate. It gets across some key points that other books I’ve read on Neuroscience miss. The great thing about “50 Ideas” is that it’s not just a guide to the brain and it goes further than just the basics and even gets quite technical somestimes while maintaining a straight-forward language.

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Seven ways to be more happy, 80 things to do to get more happy there, I say fuck that noise and fuck happiness.

This quest for happiness got out of hand it sturred up a trend that is annoying and ultimately a clusterfuck of epic proportions, it got so bad that people now DEMAND to be happy, they think they deserve to be happy every day with no effort just like that. We made happiness to this ubermensch godlike thing that we should all strive for, I say fuck that noise. Being happy sucks.

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From what I read and experienced thus far psychologists practise in almost complete ignorance of neuroscience. Few would be able to describe the brain’s structure, the basics of how it works, its major systems, or modern theories on brain processes and their effects on behaviour.

Because of that lack of neuroscience, these psychologists end up a lot like a programmer who knows nothing about the underlying hardware of the machine being programmed.
Congratulations! Your PSYCHOLOGY Is About To Stop Being Relevant
Congratulations! Your PSYCHOLOGY Is About To Stop Being Relevant

Is that bad? Well, not really. After all, good programmers don’t need to know much about the hardware to create good software. It helps, however, when they know how the hardware can interfere with their programs, and how to tweak the software to take advantage of various hardware features.

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Whatever it is you are trying to achieve in life the critical component is getting things done! In order to get things done you have to become disciplined.

It’s really difficult to just get up and change your life, to change the way you do things.
How To Develop Successful Habits
How To Develop Successful Habits

Because of that you have to begin with small things, for example just start walking every single morning, no worries about counting calories, no worries about workout routines don’t worry about anything, just get up and walk every morning.