Batman is possibly the greatest super hero ever thought up. He will live in the hearts and minds of men everywhere. From the comic books,
And the latest Dark Knight Series
Batman is a complete badass. One of his greatest attributes is to stay calm in the face of danger and use his wit. He almost never looks over burdened or anxious, but level headed. He asses the situation without freaking out. This calm presence is what gives Batman his alpha Demeanor.
And now for the Joker. Batman’s enemy since the beginning.
The Crazed Lunatic
This guy is always trying to throw batman off with his crazy mind games. When batman spoils his party (Which he often does) he reacts like a child.
Now these guys are extreme examples, but not many people are as deranged as the Joker or can compete with the cool-headedness of Batman.
I tend to get anxious easily and I don’t like the feeling. So I searched far and wide trying to figure out how to stop feeling like this and eventually came to the conclusion that I just need to slow down.
“JUST SLOW DOWN”
That’s it and I know it sounds daftly simple but it will do wonders for your levels of confidence and attraction to other people.
Have you ever seen someone moving their eyes side to side,
Chewing gum nervously, pacing back and fourth?
These are classic signs of feeling anxious.
So a good rule of thumb when feeling this way is to slow things down.
Own the space you are in. There really is no need to try and impress every single person. You are a goddamn man, its okay to spread out and take up some room.
But by far the most important thing you can do is
It’s probably one of the hardest things to do well,but once mastered you will reap the rewards of a king. In order to listen to another person you have to be fully present.
Listening can be uncomfortable because there will be pauses that happen and you are so used to filling those moments in with “yeah, right, mm.”
Slowing your movements down combined with taking the time to listen will make you act and feel more confident. You will notice more attention from women and realize that it is the grounded masculine energy they are attracted to like a magnet.
Wherever you are in life, whether it’s starting something new or trying to fix something you started. There’s the stuff you could do, the stuff you want to do and the stuff you have to do. The stuff you have to do is where you should start.
It’s the flour in the cake, the Lemon in the lemonade. It’s the 80/20 rule that comes into play each and every day.
The Pareto principle (also known as the 80/20 rule, the law of the vital few, or the principle of factor sparsity) states that, for many events, roughly 80% of the effects come from 20% of the causes. … Pareto developed both concepts in the context of the distribution of income and wealth among the population.
You have to ask yourself this question.
What is my 20%?
A quote from “The One Thing by Gary Keller” comes to mind
There are someday’s where I get so consumed in just doing stuff that I forget what’s really important. I stress myself out forgetting that only a few things I do have the biggest impact on my life. If I really want to make changes it’s worth going back to the basics. Find the problem, find out what doesn’t work and what does and go from there.
It is not enough to be busy. So are the ants. The question is: What are we busy about? -Henry David Thoreau
For example, if your goal is to open up a hot dog stand, you could dream up the biggest,most badass hot dog stand in the city. You could have every condiment under the sun, ketchup, mustard, relish, onions, sauerkraut, etc. But if you do not have hot dogs what’s the point. If you do not know from who or where your dog supply is coming from, you are planning to fail. Some people may dislike your hot dog stand and call you boring but you’d still be selling hot dogs. But you simply can’t have a hot dog stand without hot dogs.
(this scene from goodburger comes to mind. They tried to go too big and failed hard. This should spark some nostalgia in the 80’s and 90’s brahs)
See, Mr.Krabs has the formula right with his famous classic Crabby patty
Just look how many different burger options he has on his menu haha
So a hot dog stand isn’t a hot dog stand without the hot dogs and maybe your life or business isn’t as fulfilling as you want it to be. Maybe all you need to do is subtract a few condiments and get back to your meat, get back to the basics and everything else is secondary.
Finding the first step is hard but it’s better than taking the first step on the wrong journey. If you want to lose weight start walking/exercising more frequently than you do now. (You don’t need the Hydroxycut Fat Burner.) Want to learn how to cook? Buy a cook book and invite a girl over for dinner. Speaking of girls, if you want to get to know more of them, nothing beats talking to them. You can read 50 books on pickup and practice nofap until you’re old and grey but nothing will get you quicker results than the approach.
No matter how big your problems or how much stress you face right now, remember this one thing……
If you constantly have to stay late and work weekends, it’s not because there’s too much work to be done. It’s because you are not getting enough done at work. And the Reason is interruptions.
Interruption is the Enemy of Productivity
If you want to pump out some high quality work you have to find your zone. Thirty minutes of focus and concentration can lead to tremendous gains in productivity. Think about how many books you would finish in a year if you read for thirty minutes everyday. How many books or blog posts could you publish. How much more confident would you feel while taking your exams if you dedicated and extra 30 mins.
This article isn’t about how much time you dedicate as much as the depth of work you accomplish within that time frame. Famous author Stephen King has said that every morning he writes from 8-12. During this time he locks himself in his office and writes. No interruptions, no phone, no children, no t.v, just writing. 4 hours a day and 91 books later.
When you’re getting interrupted you’re not getting work done. Have you ever wondered why early mornings seem so “Serene” or maybe you get the best thoughts late at night? That’s because you are alone and your brain has time to think. It’s in these hours that we are able to go deepest.
“The heights by great men reached and kept were not attained by sudden flight, but they, while their companions slept, were toiling upward in the night.”
-Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Enter The Alone Zone
Getting into that zone takes time. It’s not just something you can dip in and out of at will. If you have your focus continually broken you will experience a cognitive lag. It’s similar to REM Sleep. There are different stages of sleep and the most important being REM. It takes awhile to get to this stage though, you don’t just directly fall asleep and enter REM. Any interruptions make you start over. This is why we need our Places of Zen. I encourage you to dedicate a small space in your house to deep thought and work. Maybe hand up some inspiring pictures and cool ambient lighting that help you relax ( A Salt Lamp is Awesome.)
I believe many of our problems can be solved if we first indicate the problem and then dedicate time daily to fixing them. Is your room dirty ? Well Five minutes of Cleaning a day will fix that in no time. Loose around the gut? How about 10-15 minutes on the stair stepper 4-5 times a week.
Make it easier on yourself. Once you do the work you are free to do whatever else you would like. Setting a time and dedicating a place will help you stay focused. Just sit down and start. You’ll be surprised at how much you get done.
Hollywood produces thousands of movies every year but thousands of brilliant stories go untouched. You’d be baffled by the amount of scripts that sit and collect dust, many of which would make killer movies. Instead we have to watch reboot after reboot on the big screen and wonder why a movie like …
is being made in the first place.
Making a new movie is a huge risk, just like starting a new business or experimenting with new ideas. Humans for the most part hate to take risks. In Fact losing hurts about twice as much compared to the joy we feel when “winning.” In Economics this concept is know as “Loss Aversion.”
Loss aversion refers to people’s tendency to prefer avoiding losses to acquiring equivalent gains: it’s better to not lose $5 than to find $5. Some studies have suggested that losses are twice as powerful, psychologically, as gains.
So think about it. Tons of scripts equals tons of risk. Why not make another shitty transformers movie or restart spider man Again!!!
This scene gave me chills every time.
My face during every set at the gym.
Ideas need Action. Scripts need producers. The seeds don’t sow themselves.
It can be so hard to get things started, it’s much easier to just think about how things could be. I was the king of good ideas, priding myself on all the wonderful things my mind could conjure up. After years of doing this I realized all the good ideas I had tallied up to a sum total of jack shit.
There are hundreds of reasons/excuses someone won’t start something. Maybe it’s fear of failure, lack of vision or just outright laziness. One thing that combats 99% of those problems but won’t be clear in the beginning is the “Compound Effect.” It seems the majority of us only know of this concept in the realm of bad habits. ( i.e If you eat one donut a day for a month what happens to your waist line?) It’s absolutely unreal the results that can be seen when you are consistent and stick with something over a period of time.
Here ^^^ is where most people give up. You start for a bit and see very little return. You do it for the wrong reasons and lack the enthusiasm to chug along. The easiest way to create a great product or service is to make something you want to use.
Choo Choo time! It’s time to start now and build your empire. A lot of people want that quick fix and live for the weekend. It takes more time than you think to build something valuable, so buckle up and get ready for the ride.
A few years back I was recommended a book by Stephen Pressfield called The War of Art. It’s an easy read that you can knock out in a couple days and I highly suggest you purchase it.
There is an old formula that runs rampant in the minds of young and old alike. It looks like this Motivation > Action = Results
It’s time we shift the paradigm and change the formula to this
Action > Motivation > More Action > More Motivation = Results
You don’t need motivational speeches on youtube or another cup of coffee. All you need is to get your ass to the gym, sit it on the desk chair, or get it in motion. Once you do that the motivation ensues. Waiting for motivation is like waiting for your for that 10/10 girl to approach you.
In closing start now, don’t wait for any more good ideas. You have good ideas, you have the script. What we need is more producers. You can learn to play a new instrument, cook a variety of meals, learn to pick up girls, start a new business. If you put in a small daily effort you will reap huge rewards come harvest time. Don’t be afraid of being unsure, be afraid of never starting.
THUMOS: Thumos constitutes the “seat of energy that can fill a person,” and serves as the active agent within man. It is the stimulus, the drive, the juice to action — the thing that makes the blood surge in your veins.
The Entire GODMODE Series has lead us to this point. The Final Key to having the most energy and crushing your goal’s in life starts here. Enthusiasm. Without it we are only half of our potential.
Enthusiasm is like a life hack in so many ways. When you’re enthusiastic the people around you will pick up this “State.” You develop trust and rapport with someone that wants to engage with you. It can take use anxiety for its purpose and make you feel and act confident. If you outwardly show enthusiasm it will makes it’s way into your inner world and fill you with energy. It’s like taking an NZT pill from the movie limitless. The circuits in your brain light up, your eyes widen.
So how do I bring more Enthusiasm into my life immediately?
FLIP THE SWITCH
I believe that Enthusiasm and Gratitude are directly related. In Kevin Clayson’s book “Flip the Gratitude Switch” he says that life without gratitude is like stumbling around in the dark. The light switch is there in front of you but so many people will never hit it. Think about the average mindset of people, the facebook posts, gossip at work, constant complaining. It’s easy to do, its easy to think of what’s wrong, to point out the errors and think about what your life is missing. As soon as grumble and complain you put yourself in a place of need. You are lacking something, your life is insufficient and that will ruin your happiness and those around will come to resent you.
Imagine being a poor street urchin years ago. You enter the kings castle and beg for whatever scraps you can. Think about how you would be received. Maybe you would get a few copper coins or a plate of food but would you be welcomed into the palace. Imagine the looks you would receive by the onlookers as you wept and begged for more.
Most people in affluent societies never have to worry about being without but if you look deeper it is not a poorness of the flesh as much as a poverty of the Spirit.
When you are never fulfilled you take on the roll of the street urchin. When you grumble and complain, you merely exist. If you truly want to live “Flip the Switch.” It’s as simple as realizing what you have now. It’s about looking at your current job, your apartment, your current girlfriend, your ugly dog and feeling grateful for what you have. If you don’t feel grateful then you need to take some goddamn responsibility for your life and make some changes.
So come bearing gifts. Gratitude makes you realize the opportunity you have here on earth. That realization fuels Enthusiasm.
A common phrase among the sales industry is
“The Sale starts the moment your two feet hit the ground in the morning.”
A tip for more enthusiasm is just to act enthusiastic. You may have heard “fake it until you make it” several times while looking at videos on how to be confident. This is different. Enthusiasm is an emotion that combats, tiredness, sloth, inaction, over thinking. It may be hard at first but if you just jump out of your seat and act enthusiastic pretty soon your physiology will catch up.
So you can read about this and think “yeah that sounds good” but if you don’t put it into action immediately it will be a waste. Make a commitment to yourself to stop complaining today. Make a promise to bring enthusiasm to your day ahead, from the minute your two feet hit the ground. Almost instantaneously you will see your life and the people in your life change for the better.
Napoleon Hill on Enthusiasm
Enthusiasm is a state of mind that inspires and arouses someone to put into action the task at hand
Enthusiasm is contagious and affects every person the enthusiast comes in contact with
Enthusiasm is the most important factor of successful salesmanship, it is vital to public speaking and leadership
It will energize your entire body and enable you to cope with less than half the usual amount of sleep and perform from two to three times as much work as you usually perform in a given period, without fatigue
If enthusiasm truly gets a hold of you it will make you forget time and space and you will reach the zone where your concentration is as big as possible
Some people are blessed with natural enthusiasm, while others must acquire it
You have to find work you like doing
If you’re in a position where you can’t do what you love, develop a chief aim that will get you to where you want to be and you will develop enthusiasm for your current work as part of the bigger plan
Happiness can only be achieved through thehope of future achievement
The house you want to own, the life you want to lead, the money you intend to earn are the things that produce happiness
These are also the things out of which your definite chief aim is formed and over which you may become enthusiastic, no matter what your present station in life may be
This wraps up the GODMODE Series. Thank you for all the support bro’s.
“Men cannot be men—much less good or heroic men—unless their actions have meaningful consequences to people they truly care about. Strength requires an opposing force, courage requires risk, mastery requires hard work, honor requires accountability to other men. Without these things, we are little more than boys playing at being men, and there is no weekend retreat or mantra or half-assed rite of passage that can change that. A rite of passage must reflect a real change in status and responsibility for it to be anything more than theater. No reimagined manhood of convenience can hold its head high so long as the earth remains the tomb of our ancestors”
I consider myself an introvert by nature. I enjoy the silence, the books and being able to make myself a meal whenever. I like to think and plan, go to the gym at will or spend an afternoon walking around my neighborhood listening to audio books. For a long time I never realized the importance of friendship.
Many self help books and Millionaire Mentor’s gave me the idea that “hanging out” is a waste of time. I figured my time would be better spent doing other things like “Embracing the Grind.”
As time went on I felt a perpetual void in my life. All this self improvement left me unfulfilled and searching for something more. I felt lonely and a depression setting in.
“The root of humanly caused evil is not man’s animal nature, not territorial aggression, or innate selfishness, but our need to gain self-esteem, deny our mortality, and achieve a heroic self-image. Our desire for the best is the cause of the worst.” ― Sam Keen, The Denial of Death
We’re not made to be alone, at least not all the time. Prisoners go mad in isolation, a baby will die if it is not touched. We are social creature that are meant to thrive within a tribe. In a tribe you care for the members, every person has their role and it is that role where you find your identity. Without people in our life like close friends, family members, a fellowship of men, we will fall to the brutality and monotony of life.
We need to be able to share the struggles we face with other men whom have wrestled the same demons and endured the suffering as we do.
We need others to build us up and nurture our souls. If you go on this journey alone, you may find yourself a master of nothing belonging to a tribe of no one.
It’s true sometimes we need to go within and examine our hearts. I’m not saying you should become a party monster who goes out with “The Boys” every weekend and gets wasted. I still believe much is found in solitude. But we need the Yang to the Yin. The fellowship of men, Devotion to a Tribe or a cause that is bigger than ourselves. One of the greatest things I’ve done recently is make myself more open to hang with friends at least once a week. We can get a workout in or sit around a fire or a table playing board games.
These times together will leave you inspired if you get rid of the competition of trying to outdo each other. I encourage you to start your group. Be the catalyst in your friend group to get everyone together. Maybe make a book club or a weekly mens meeting. Talk about real topics like struggles with women, money, career, life etc. Once you open up you will see others will usually open up to you.
Man this is a tough one to talk about but we got to be real. We all have goals and dreams. A lot of us want to travel the world and change it too but can hardly clean our room.
I’m guilty of this. Most days I get so caught up in things which I think are important and the place I live slowly begins to look like a rat cage. Clothes everywhere, dishes left undone, just a mess everywhere. At first it doesn’t seem like a big deal but what happens to our mind when we see this Chaos?
This is how your Brain Looks at your messy Room
Snakes Everywhere! It’s hard to think deeply and be creative when your living space is in a state of Chaos. Your room, your apartment, your kitchen should aid you on your journey, not make you feel uneasy. Have you ever done the dishes and felt a surge of energy? How about making your bed? Bringing order to a chaotic situation will give you an immediate boost of energy.
Here’s what Tim Ferris says about making your bed.
“It’s hard for me to overstate how important this ritual has become.”
Making his bed every morning is a strategy that helps him deal with all of the intangibles and curveballs that life throws at him. It gives him a sense of control over his life.
“No matter how s—ty your day is … you can make your bed,” Ferriss writes. “And that gives you the feeling, at least it gives me the feeling, even in a disastrous day, that I’ve held on to the cliff ledge by a fingernail and I haven’t fallen. There is at least one thing I’ve controlled.”
That’s a great feeling, like you are in control, not the one being controlled.
I notice that when my room is dirty my car is usually dirty too. If I take a deeper look there are probably some other aspects of my life that I have forgot to “Clean up” also. It’s easy to get frustrated when you feel like you are not reaching your full potential in life. We feel like we’re not being all we can be but maybe we just have to start at a smaller level. Psychologist Carl Jung once said that people never find “God” because they’re not willing to go small enough. God/Order/Peace/Power can be found in taking care of your living space.`
One of the best things you can do is start now. 5 minutes a day dedicated to cleaning your room, washing dishes, vacuuming the floor will immediately lift your mood. Start small and work your way up. If we want to change the world we must first take a look at ourselves.
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“You have power over your mind – not outside events. Realize this, and you will find strength.”
Meditation is an ancient practice that is becoming more popular in the West. Various religions show different gods seated in “Full Lotus” position, deep in meditation.
I think that it’s easy to write off meditation as woo woo hippie nonsense. But if you’re not interested in discovering “Ancient Wisdom, Enlightenment, or discovering the secrets of the Universe,” meditation can still be a life changing practice.
How can sitting down, following my breath change my life?
If you’re a human you’ve dealt with the “Monkey Mind” as the Buddhist’s call it. The mind is like a monkey that sits on your shoulder and talks to you all day. This is also known as Anxiety and Worry. It’s the voice in your head that tells you not to approach the 10/10 hot babe at the grocery store. It’s the voice that tells you not to go to the gym or to hit the snooze button on your alarm. It’s the voice that’s constantly making you struggle with food choices on a new diet. It’s the voice of “Pain and Agony” that screams out the moment you feel pain. It’s the voice alcoholics drown out and drug addicts run from.
FEAR is an Illusion
It’s a fantasy world that we choose to live in. We’re no longer monkey’s running from lions trying to avoid being eaten. We’re no longer helpless peasants getting our village raided and pillaged by vikings. But we still haven’t learned to control our minds, so we suffer so much because of our thoughts. The Mind is an amazing machine but needs to be under the users control. If left to run wild it will bring you to ruine and leave you in a constant state of stress and uncertainty.
BREATH SWEEPS MIND
Meditation (Specifically Zen Meditation) is the practice of continually returning to the present moment, where the monkey brain shuts off. No past, no future just here and now. When you focus on the sensation of breathing, air coming in and out of your nose, the mind is swept of it’s worry and anxiety.
Life is scary. We really don’t know what the F@ck we’re all doing or what we’re supposed to be doing here on earth. From the moment you stick your big head out of the womb you are entering “Dangerous Territory.” You are naked, you are hungry and you can’t feed yourself and you could get eaten out here. Your only hope is to cry, so that someone hears you and rescues you from this helpless state. As you get older life gets even harder and when you cry no one comes running to help.
It’s just so complex and in order to navigate through that complexity you need to be able to keep calm and think. There’s going to be risks that you need to take, you’re going to have to change your car tire on the side of the highway someday, you’re going to have to pay your first electric bill, you’re going to have to meet new people and give a presentation and it’s like you want to be able to have cool-headedness within the situations. You don’t want your thoughts running all over the place, you want to feel like you’re capable to handle the uncertainty of the world. You have tremendous power to conquer the unknown and figure things out but a lot of the answers are obscured by all these thoughts of fear and doubt.
With practice you will notice that things that cause you pain both physically and emotionally won’t hurt as much. Part of the reason we suffer so much is because the mind seems to exaggerate the situation. “If it’s bad, it’s really bad!”
I hope this has opened your eyes to the powerful practice of meditation. If you want to get a grip of your mind all it takes a few minutes a day and you will see it positively impact your life.
Let’s start here by asking the question “What do most people eat?”
Because the majority of people suffer from lack of energy, unnecessary weight gain and an increased risk of diabetes.
What the hell is in our food or better yet what is our food made of?
If you go to your local supermarket you are bombarded by thousands of different options. This number continues to rise every year as companies pop out new products and fight for shelf positioning.
But there is an easy way to get a grip on this when we understand that a few ingredients make up the majority of the products.
Really, you may be thinking “when is the last time I had corn?” It’s there though, hidden in some of your favorite foods. Corn is so versatile and cheaper than you would believe. It’s in your favorite cereals as (Corn Flour) it’s in the soft drinks as (High Fructose Corn Syrup.) The chicken feed is literally(corn) and the coating that covers your chicken nugget is (Cornmeal.) It’s what they feed the cattle and the soil that the cattle’s remains fertilize. It’s also in some of the alcohol you buy.
That’s a lot of corn. When you add it up it’s estimated that 40% of all products in the supermarket contain some form of Corn. (Even everyday beauty items.)
IS CORN BAD FOR ME?
The Answer is no but why so much corn? We need to nourish our bodies with other nutrients that corn does not contain. Another huge topic worth looking into is the effects on animals when you feed them a corn diet. Cow’s our grass eaters not corn eaters.
Flours are produced by crushing grains into fine powders. And those powders form the basis not just for breads and buns, but for a huge variety of processed foods, from cereals, crackers and pizza dough to cookies, cakes and ice cream cones. As a result, the average American now eats 10 servings of refined grains each day.
As our national appetite for flour has inched up, so has the incidence of diet-related ills, such as obesity, heart disease and diabetes. Coincidence? Many nutrition experts don’t think so. When they weigh the evidence linking food choices and disease, they see the white, dusty fingerprints of flour everywhere. These sort of grains spike your blood sugar like sugar does and leaves you feeling low after the initial spike.
A little sugar when fruit is in season or occasionally stumbling upon a bee hive would have been the “Dessert” for our primitive ancestors. Sugar is in everything now days and it’s addicting. If you give rats an innumerable amount of sugar they will eat until they are sick. It lights up the same pathways in the brain as cocaine and has been shown to be neurotoxic.
Be careful to look for these hidden sugars in the ingredient list.
“I am not going to tell you to follow a certain diet or tell you to follow mine. I wont tell you if eating animals is right or wrong. I am concerned on finding the right foods that work best with our bodies, providing us with the most energy and learning to incorporate those into our lives.”
So if you want to be filled with the most energy possible don’t be so quick to pledge your allegiance to a certain diet. Make a commitment to eat as many Whole Foods as possible. A whole food is…
“Food that has been processed or refined as little as possible and is free from additives or other artificial substances.”
A list of Whole foods
I hope this article has brought some awareness into your life about making the right food choices. I can tell you that eating the good foods is critical for your growth both mentally and physically. If you want to have huge amounts of energy make sure to put the right fuel for your body in.
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“The soul becomes dyed with the color of its thoughts.”– Marcus Aurelius
There is a lot to talk about when it comes to the subject of NoPMO. (Porn, Masturbation, Orgasm.) You may also know this as….
The NoFap movement is here and it’s here to stay. For a long time porn was kept hush hush. A dirty little secret that emerged 20 years ago in the homes of people across the globe. No one really questioned it. Many of the people proclaiming it was wrong only approached it from a moral standpoint. “Porn is Evil.” “Porn is the devil trying to manipulate young men.”
It wasn’t until recently that people started to question the effects of porn on the brain. Many people thought it was entirely safe, giving single, virgin men a cure for their lust and relieving them of their sexual tension. The moment you brought the subject of “Porn as harmful” you were rebuked unless it was in church. School mates no longer brought playboy magazines to school but replaced them with pictures found on the internet. Porn became the number one thing on the internet. A quick look at the statistics
• In 2015, worldwide, there were more than 2 billion Web searches for porn.
• 20 percent of mobile-device searches are for porn.
• 90 percent of boys and 60 percent of girls are exposed to Internet porn by age 18.
• 56 percent of divorces involve one spouse (almost always the man) having an obsessive interest in online porn.
• Compared with faithful spouses, adulterers are more than twice as likely to be regular viewers of online porn.
• Porn sites attract more visitors each month than Amazon, Netflix, and Twitter combined.
• 30 percent of Internet content is porn.
• From 2005 to 2013, searches for “teen porn” tripled to 500,000 a day.
But is it any surprise? Sex lights up the brain more than a box of fresh glazed donuts.
Nature however found a way to balance out our sex craziness so that we don’t over do it and kill ourselves from too much fucking. I’m not going to go into the details of this. You can look it up if you want but you can literally die from busting too many nuts.
“A 16-year-old boy died after masturbating 42 times without stopping in Rubiato town, in Goiás region, Brazil.” lol
The Coolidge Effect
The Coolidge effect is a phenomenon seen in animal species whereby males (and to a lesser extent females) exhibit renewed sexual interest if introduced to new receptive sexual partners,even after cessation of sex with prior but still available sexual partners. The evolutionary benefit to this phenomenon is that a male can fertilize multiple females. The male may be reinvigorated repeatedly for successful insemination of multiple females. This type of mating system can be referred to as polygyny, where one male has multiple female mates, but each female only mates with one or a few male mates.
So what does this have to do with Porn?
If you have the time I highly recommend watching this video. Beware you will never look at porn the same.
“If sex is such a powerful driving force then having the ability to jack off to more women then you have ever met in your life time can fuck up your reward systems.”
This leads to an array of problems like depression, social anxiety, erectile dysfunction and unrealistic views on sex.
So we took care of the P, what about the M O? (masturbation orgasm.)
We have to look at this and ask ourselves why? A huge WHY is required for two reasons.
With a Big enough “Why” your “How” will follow.
And with a Big enough “Why” you will know what exactly you want to let into your life.
Think about the person that smokes cigarettes, eats junk food, gets drunk, watches hours of television, masturbates often, watches porn, smokes weed, sleeps in.
What’s the deal with this person? He has no “Why.”
You’ve probably heard this famous quote
” If you don’t stand for something, you’ll fall for anything.”
Your “why” gives your life a SYSTEM. And when you don’t have systems in place you will fall to the inevitable chaos that is life. Systems bring order to chaos, they help us escape from the place we don’t want to be. (Poverty, Uncertainty, Doubt, Anxiety, Fear.)
I believe that for all the advancement and progress we’ve made with technology there is also a dark side.
It has given us an illusion of happiness and meaning. It’s hard for me to put this into words but I feel it is a blanket that we throw over our problems. Instead of deep thinking we turn to the t.v, when we’re are bored we run to our phones, when we are lonely we can easily watch porn. Life is suffering and it’s only until we face that suffering and stop escaping that we gain control.
Whether we are being pacified, herded like mental sheep ready for slaughter or just unsure how to handle the onslaught of technical advances means little. If we succumb to always being comfortable, forever escaping the pain we become less human. Constant comfort means no adaptation.
And that means weakness.
Feeling Horny makes you Feel alive.
That power, that Life Force that surges in your balls is your fucking saving grace.
Feeling depressed and low on energy? How many times do you masturbate a week? Hell, how many times are you having sex a week. We seem to give little thought to the releasing of sexual energy but maybe this is what brings your soul to life.
Napoleon Hill said
Sex desire is the most powerful of human desires. When driven by this desire, men develop keenness of imagination, courage, will-power, persistence, and creative ability unknown to them at other times. So strong and impelling is the desire for sexual contact that men freely run the risk of life and reputation to indulge it. When harnessed, and redirected along other lines, this motivating force maintains all of its attributes of keenness of imagination, courage, etc., which may be used as powerful creative forces in literature, art, or in any other profession or calling, including, of course, the accumulation of riches.
Lust, Sexual tension, Horniness is powerful stuff and it rages in us men. When you learn to master your sexual energy you separate yourself from the millions of men who are enslaved to their desires and can bring about an entire new paradigm shift to your life.
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