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 No.223789[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

This thread is for the civil discussion of anything towards a political nature, especially political ideology and current affairs.

Archive link of last threads
#1: Politics Thread https://web.archive.org/web/20170404000746/http://wizchan.org/lounge/res/133215.html
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Politics Thread #4: Wizpilled Edition 5/12/2017 - http://archive.is/3wlfT
Politics Thread #5: All So Tiresome Edition 7/3/2017 - https://archive.is/QlRs1
Politics Thread #6: World on Fire Edition 8/18/2017 - https://archive.is/6YxvY
Politics Thread #7: Temptations Intensify Edition 8/31/17 - https://archive.is/Y0JQu
Politics Thread #8: Left and Right Edition 10/11/17 - https://archive.is/H0llg
Politics Thread #9: Reading Anything Online Edition 11/7/17 - https://archive.is/yxGrJ
Politics Thread #10: The Truth Will Set You Free Edition http://archive.is/UrurS
Politics Thread #11: someone had to make it edition - http://archive.is/y71b2
Politics Thread #12: Fuck the pastebin edition - http://archive.is/wD4il
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 No.224776

>>224772
The life of a garden hermit is, or at least would have been, the life for you.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Garden_hermit

 No.224786

>>224640
Prepubescent boys aren't fags unless outside forces push it on them.
These kids are victims of a people using them as props to brainwash them for a fucked up agenda.
This is just another vector of the radical lefts dream of deconstructing all forms of masculinity by trying to stamp it out as early as possible. It is a direct goal of feminism and the Frankfort school.
I seen the results of this non-sense. It leads to pain and suffering for the individual in the long run, and damage to the society at large.


JUST LEAVE THEM KIDS ALONE!

 No.224788

Relatively neutral coverage of the shitshow in Portland.

 No.224791

The U.S. government has banned any transactions over $10k.
There are no notes larger than $100.
Inflation will with time make these two figures meaningless.
In a cashless society, the U.S. government will have complete control over all transactions. No escape. Everything will have surveillance.
Instead of outright Chinese-style "social credit score," the U.S. will have this implemented via the two or three major payment processors, and there can only be two or three because cash will not be viable to use in the future and the number of regulations to try to start your own payment processor are innumerable.
Meanwhile, the U.S. government has pushed 8chan off of the internet. Christchurch's proposals are gaining support in Western governments, so you let alone not having any anonymity, you won't even be able to hear anything slightly edgy.

I'm getting really depressed. I don't see a bright future.

 No.224792

>>224786
>It leads to pain and suffering for the individual in the long run,

what form of masculinity doesn't lead to pain?

Wizchan has /dep/

crabs nuff said

And even chads who should be the ones doing well according to crabs, are crying about the persecution of their masculinity louder than anyone.

So its not like the volcel, crab, normie chads form of masculinity are so much more happy and joyful than the gay form


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 No.205910[Reply]

Post here when you don't have enough to say for a topic and it's too depressing for the general crawl thread.

https://youtu.be/D83cMncj_Ig
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>>205965
yeah yeah everyone is suicidal nowadays, we get it already

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 No.205970

Bored and restless with no ability to concentrate on anything. Why the fuck am I even alive in this state? What good does it do anyone?

 No.205971

>>205970
to motivate you to find something else meaningful like getting a girlffriend

 No.205973

I love this movie and this scene.



/dep/

 No.205893[Reply]

Feeling hopeful, grateful or guilty about something? Share it here, everyday if you want to.

You're encouraged to bring up your own older posts when the feeling calls for it.

 No.205894

>>205893
Atheist wizard.

Today I am feeling grateful for: having a small room for myself even if it is rented; having my wagecuck job which I actually need; for my 99th attempt at staying clean and sober (day one, again); and for being alive and free from authorities despite illnesses and wrongs done.

I am feeling guilty right now about having used and pubicly humilliated myself two days ago. I could have died, gotten myself killed, killed someone or be in jail. I am still feeling paranoid in case some co-worker saw me because I don't remember shit from that night. I feel guilty about having destroyed my family, even though I hate admitting it.

I am feeling hope that things are slightly improving day by day. Despite the odds against me I keep trying hard.

 No.205943

>>205893
Today I am feeling grateful for having a smooth wagecuck job. Could afford myself some nice lunch and almost got enough stomach to eat it all. I am conciously not trying to be a prick. Clean and sober day número 2, 99th attempt.

Today I am feeling very guilty about my past. I always remember I am two seconds away from being myself and ending up in a risk situation where I can harm, get harmed, get the police truck or loony ambulance; or all at the same time.

But I am pulling my shit together second by second.

Sleeping has been hard lately, it's because of the stronger episode, elaborating on that another day.

 No.205964

I continue to live only to spite those that I know and hate. I went to the memorial service of a classmate in high school that was a complete cunt normalfag stoner. The guy spent his years after school miserable and alone until he couldn’t take it anymore and killed himself. I was there at his memorial, having snacks and connecting with old classmates, learning that they were in student debt and hadn’t graduated college while I am debt free and at that point was about to graduate from college (and I did, with honors.)

It’s going to be fun watching all the retards from my generation sink down into the muck while I coast along, uninvolved in the damned usury that dragged them down and without a worry for this god damned illusion of a world.

 No.205968

>>205964
you sound like a sack of shit

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 No.204024[Reply]

How many of you are actual wizards?

How are you coping with regrets? I'd thought they'd subside by 30 but they've just gotten worse.
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 No.205904

I'm 18 but mentally I think I'm 30

 No.205906

>>205904
>wizchan in a nutshell

 No.205907

>>205906
Literally everyone besides normalfags*

 No.205909

>>205904
You're a semi-wizard

 No.205966

>>205909
I thought the term was demi-wizard or wizkid.



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 No.224736[Reply]

Has anyone tried the uberman or Everyman sleep schedule?
I sleep 10 hours but want to sleep just 4 hours so I can have more time than normies to be productive.
My main issue is time to actually fall asleep.
Also I want to lucid dream and this method gives me 4 chances a night to lucid dream.
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 No.224750

>>224748
But which one is suitable for a bipolar sufferer with insomnia who haven't had a good sleep in years?

 No.224751

>>224750
I'd try some drugs at that point

 No.224758

>>224750
Take melatonin

 No.224789

>>224748
Are Mexicans biphasic? I know they have their "siestas" or something like that

I currently do this with a 1am-6:30am core and a nap after work around 5 or 5:30pm
Sometimes I can nap for two hours though, I have difficulty. I would try to nap earlier but I work from 7:30-4 and 7:30-5

 No.224790

>>224750
some random suggestions, i've tried a lot of things over the years seeing what affects sleep and dreaming, these are decent. melatonin is the best is you just want to sleep.

calea zacatechichi - very interesting dreams
valerian root - relaxing
skulcap - similar to valerian
melatonin - works great if you have a random sleep schedule, you can get to sleep easier whenever you want
choline bitartrate - cheap choline source, a neurotransmitter, does a bunch of stuff but is also used for dreaming
l-theanine - similar caffeine for the attention boost, but it relaxes and calsm you, great for dreams. also boosts neurotransmitter production



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 No.158798[Reply]

Any wizzies here exercise? Whether calisthenics, weightlifting, cardiovascular, or other. Share the reasons why you do/don't exercise, what you do, etc..

I tend to agree with Socrates: “No man has the right to be an amateur in the matter of physical training. It is a shame for a man to grow old without seeing the beauty and strength of which his body is capable.”.
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 No.159249

>>159243
Any entry level road bike should do. Just make sure you get the proper frame size and get a proper fit, you can do this yourself with the help of the internet. if you get an incorrect frame size or have a bad fit it could really ruin your experience with pain and such.

 No.159285

I skate every day. My classes are really far from each other, have to walk like 20 minutes to get to class.

I can't do tricks though, i suck.

 No.159323

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>>158949
Eggs are really good. If you don't mind you can just crack them open and drink them raw. Chicken is also pretty good, you can prepare it pretty easily. Also oatmeal with peanut butter. You might also wanna push yourself a bit more, you're gonna want to ache a bit. Hope this helps Anon.

 No.159325

>>159285
Skate as in skate board or roller skate?

Both are kind of fun but in different ways.

>>159323
Raw eggs give me the runs and has the texter of snot. They are so easy to cook so I am not sure why you wouldn't cook them as they taste a hell of a lot better that way.
Even microwaved eggs are better then raw.

 No.159532

I think I am going to give this a try.
I do normal weight lifting and calastetics but this system seems compleatly diffrent and maybe can apply directly to martial arts.
So I will give it a shot for a month and see how I like it.



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 No.159128[Reply]

Is paying attention the root of satisfaction?

Here's an experience everyone here has had:
distractedly watch a "good" movie - don't enjoy yourself
attentively watch a "bad" movie - enjoy yourself
This is extremely apparent when you watch a movie you didn't enjoy the first time while paying closer attention.

It seems anything that's satisfying is something you pay attention to. What is something that's satisfying that you don't focus on?

The question then becomes: is it possible to exploit this to our advantage? If we hyper-focus on our meaningless boring jobs, do they suddenly become satisfying? Is the goal in life to just have a clear mind about everything?

Another experience everyone has had:
thinking about past mistakes, embarrassing moments, etc.
worrying about future failures, pessimism, thinking about worst outcomes, etc.

If you analyze any given moment of your life it's not that bad. Almost all negative feelings come from thought and not focus.

Anyone reading this thinking that their life is shit right now, think about your current status, emphasis on current. Why is your life bad right now? Literally right now reading this post. Why is it bad? I can guarantee it's almost exclusively going to be about past / future thoughts. So your life isn't actually bad in the literal present.

I'd like for people to critique this base idea. I'd rather not talk about meditation specifically in this thread, I want to keep it more general. Do you agree with me or not?
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 No.159169

>>159128
If you think of satisfaction as a scale from unhappy to happy, I disagree since paying attention to physical pain makes me feel more miserable than just forgetting about the pain even if I have no other stimuli to pay attention to.
If you think of satisfaction as a seperate entity from unhappiness, you're only arguing that paying more attention to satisfying things makes you more satisfied. Which I agree with.

 No.159522

>Is paying attention the root of satisfaction?
No. Doing things you like while relaxing is the root of satisfaction. ie not binging

 No.159523

>>159128
I think about this topic a lot, I no longer chase satisfaction. That is something that never worked for me. The most satisfaction I get is making a web of connections to a said thing in my life and use it as a mental safety net of things if that makes enough sense that I use to move forward with my day to day life.

I also notice the most dread and negativity comes from future focus no matter the scale. It can be good but when you lose the moment everything in it becomes a mountain to climb. Stuck there right now, it's harder said than done especially when it's something crucial to your life. But you don't know what's gonna happen the next day, never mind a week or more ahead. Your life is subject to change and you can be somewhere else doing something completely different in a day or two.This brings me too attachment, it's also always best to only have as much you need at the current time, no more and no less than you're ready to take on.

 No.159524

Depends on the individual. I've heard not paying attention and going through life aloof can bring satisfaction as well. Paying attention to things I enjoy can bring me satisfaction however. It's hard to say. My job is a balancing act. Pay too much attention and I become stressed out and exhausted. Pay too little attention I get scolded and make a lot of mistakes.

 No.159531

>>159128
mindfulness and paying attention to everything is pretty central to zen, maybe check it out while thinking of it in this way



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 No.49325[Reply]

Most therapists are delusional normans, too trapped in their own complexes to help us. I google different forms of therapy and try them on myself. Most don't work, but they're fun.

4/5 Dream journal
I've done dream journaling and dream analysis to interpret my unconscious desires and fears.
At lest one dream a week tells me something new about myself. Most dreams are fluff.

Depth Psych
2/5 Build imaginary world where you imagine different parts of your personality as people and debate them. Most of you already do this without realizing it. Sometimes I get useful insight. Most of the time, my personalities tell me to "work harder" or "go to the gym". They're assholes.

MBTI Myers Briggs 2/5
More or less astrology. Take personality test. Get 4 letters. Different tests give different results. I'm INTJ/P. I used to go hiking every 2 or 3 days, after taking the MBTI, I embraced my INT nature and stayed indoors for a week straight.

CBT 1/5
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy or McTherapy is the second most popular psych scam after big pharma drugs. Suppress your natural emotions and thoughts with positive thoughts. Leave therapy cured. Wait a month for everything surpressed to explode. Go back to therapy. *rubs hands

Mindfulness CBT 2/5
The Whole Foods version of CBT. Mindfulness makes you calmer. Most of your problems are caused by other people (and systems that have not updated to the current world) so just thinking positive won't change the outside world.

What therapies have you tried?
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 No.49329

therapy is a scam through and through, I've been severely depressed for over a decade, no quack is going to just talk me out of it

 No.49330

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coherence_therapy

I've had some success with it but it's incredibly difficult to apply on yourself because of the massive skill curve. The framework is probably the best I've seen from researching different therapies and modalities. It seems to able to integrate and explain the effectiveness of most therapies and it offers a very good evidence supported theory of change. It's based on the newest research on memory reconsolidation which is the brain's only known process for updating and erasing long-standing memories.

The approach essentially incorporates this process and deliberately aims to update/remote implicit emotional learnings that produce symptoms in the present. Instead of trying to "counter-act" symptoms like most therapies i.e. CBT, it uses experiential techniques to find the coherent reasons for the existence of the symptom, trying to find the hidden purpose of the symptom that makes it such a compelling "solution". It seems that even painful states like depression or low self-esteem have a coherent purpose to them, they are essentially the lesser evil of some dilemma and by reacting in that way, you avoid another much worse dreaded suffering. This kind of learning gets created through experience and torments people by creating symptoms in the present which are consciously experienced as negative but outside of awareness they have a hidden useful purpose that the person can verbalize with some effort and exploration. Once you bring this into awareness and integrate it, you have the power to actually transform it through the process of memory reconsolidation.

If you're interested, read "Unlocking the emotional brain". It covers the neuroscience research and overall approach, but I recommend reading the case examples in order to really understand it. This type of approach has transformed the way I think about my own emotional responses.

 No.49332

>>49330
Insightful. I downloaded the book you recommended and am reading it right now.

 No.49334

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It sounds to me like you are doubting the legitimacy of Astrology, and I would have to challenge you on that. It was actually my earlier interest in the MBTI which transformed into an interest in the Enneagram of Personality, which then became an interest in Natal Astrology which led to to draw and study my chart.

alot of people these days don't like to beleive anything unless it's being spoon-fed to them by a government-approved egghead in a white-coat. Or an e-celeb. (lol.)
Beyond this I know this Astrology has a bad reputation due to it's association with succubi that use it in that vapid, superficial way that centers around sex, love and relationships and takes only the sign-position of the Sun into account.

If you are willing and cognizant to sift through the cheap fluffy material on the subject, you can learn a lot of cool, inspiring and perhaps valuable information by studying Astrology and your natal chart. In the previous couple years I have spent a considerable amount of time studying my planetary positions and aspects, and have not only seen how my chart accurately explains my personality, but witnessed the effects of planetary transits in the form of major and minor events in my life. I can vouch for it's legitimacy. While the majority of the fun of astrology does come from the navel-gazing and often false sense of inspiration or grandeur, it's not all junk and can be used quite practically from a sober viewpoint if you so wish. It's perhaps the most effective psychological science there is; as above and so below.

Maybe it's just not for everybody. For anyone who is interested I'll post some links off the top of my head to the actually good astrology sites I have come across:

Drawing a Natal Chart
https://www.astrotheme.com/horoscope_chart_sign_ascendant.php
or
https://www.astro.com/cgi/chart.cgi?btyp=w2gw&rs=3&usechpref=1

General Information & Aspect/Position Delineation
http://www.rosicrucian.com/ssa/ssaeng01.htm (a good overall introduction)
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Moved to >>>/wiz/159525.



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 No.223327[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

No politics or religion in the crawl thread, please.
>Ambient sounds to wash away distraction
https://asoftmurmur.com/

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They finally gave me a housemate. My 3 months of getting to live alone have come to and end.

 No.224782

>>224780
Are they at least tolerable? Does the house layout permit you at least some privacy?

 No.224783

>>224782
He seems okay (really) just a little bit friendly which may not mesh well with my schizoid behaviour.

As for privacy I just have my bedroom to myself, but it isn't suitable for anything beyond sleeping and storage of personal items. I had been using the den area to sit and read/browse internet/make notes, etc. I'll have to adjust to his presence.

Eventually there will be a third person which will actually be preferable to me since it will be less intimate.

 No.224785

I was wondering why tool was being talked about and shilled so hard lately, turns out they just dropped new album.

Must have payed off youtube and the few music sites to shill hard for them. That or their new shit is good, haven't listened to it yet.

 No.224787

>>224785
It's okay. A lot like lateralus.


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 No.224710[Reply]

I wanted to create a thread on Buddhism here as I believe it's a good religion to end the suffering of the average wizard.

> What is Buddhism about

Buddhism is about ending your suffering in life and finding true happiness. It's about ending the cycle of rebirth and to free oneself from it. Buddhism is understanding reality as it truly is.

> What are the core teachings of Buddhism

The Four Noble Truths and The Noble Eightfold Path
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Four_Noble_Truths
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Noble_Eightfold_Path

> How can I start

I'd suggest to start with the books:
https://accesstoinsight.org/ptf/buddha.html
https://accesstoinsight.org/ptf/dhamma/index.html
https://www.buddhanet.net/pdf_file/noble8path6.pdf
Then read:
https://accesstoinsight.org/lib/authors/thanissaro/wings/index.html

> How can I trust Buddhism?

You don't. You can see for yourself and come to your own conclusion, as long as you approach it with an open mind. Buddhism is just a path like many leading to the top of a mountain, but it's a path that is easy to follow if one commits oneself to it.
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>>224753
To get to the end one abandons peace and Buddhism itself.

The screenshot is from the Alagaddupama Sutta: The Water-Snake Simile (https://www.accesstoinsight.org/tipitaka/mn/mn.022.than.html).

 No.224761

>And entertainingly enough this type of culture lets normalfags blend in easily as well while bragging about it. Best example of this was the buddhafaggot. This guy posted on wizchan frequently for a year or so, almost always to proselytize other wizards to his retarded religion, or to occasionally give details on his exciting career of pizza delivery and his time in jail after killing his grandmother. And he would give "advice" to depressed wizards like to stop consuming media completely and to come back to reality, pretty much borderline insults insinuating they were losers.

>Well this guy was a hyper normalfaggot. He was a poster on 8ch's 4chon board and was constantly blogging about fucking his Tinder matches (in between his usual proselytizing, of course). I discovered this like a month or two after I was able to identify his posts of wizchan (not hard, he cycled though the same several anime succubus pictures in his posts) but I never called him out here, just dropped a few subtle hints now and then to let him know that I, at least, knew who he was .


>Eventually he got fed up with posting here and left because he thought people here were too negative and didn't want to help themselves. Later on some retard finally realized who this guy was and posted a /meta/ thread (or maybe it was another board, I don't remember). But it didn't even matter because he'd already stopped posting. No one else called him out on his shit before that; there were even people responding to him letting him know what a "truwiz" they thought he was, and how much they enjoyed his posts.


>These are the types of users you let in with this sort of culture and it's asinine volcel worship. I checked /4chon/ again a few days ago and sure enough, he's still posting there. Right on the front page, a webm of him grabbing some whore's ass with '4chon' written on it in sharpie. This guy was posting here for several months at least - probably more, he could've been posting here for years for all I know. Let that fucking sink in.


https://wizchan.org/meta/res/48380.html#49359

 No.224762

>>224761
prove it

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>>224761
I made that metaburger post but that's kind of a bullshit charge to bring against OP honestly. 4chon buddhafaggot didn't contain himself to one thread, but spread out over many, even going so far as to post in /games/ telling people to stop using escapism. He also frequently avatarfagged with the same several anime succubus images. Even in the /hob/ threads he was generally talking down to people.
Several of his posts are still up from last year; if you want to examine the writing style here are a few.

>>>/hob/41885
>>>/hob/41890
>>>/hob/41873
>>>/hob/41543

OP on the other hand is containing himself to 1 thread he created specifically for the topic, putting effort into enumerating resources for beginners, and does not strike me as very condescending. I can go through this site and count more posts in the past year shilling for Christianity (several posters talking their typical "love Jesus, love makes everything right" crap) than I can for Buddhism, which is contained almost entirely to that meditation thread.

The problem here isn't Buddhism or proselytization, it's juvenile shitposters making 1 line posts like they're on /b/ and /dep/ crabs crawling out of their hole to condemn people for actually trying something. Meanwhile mods decide to completely ignore this, despite it being on the front page (inb4 "report it bro", they have time to bully and stalk people on /meta/ front page by locking their threads and posting butthurt images but not the time to perform basic cleanup of threads on the main boards? Come on now).


Anyways back to 4chon buddhafaggot, I don't know how he reconciled his base lifestyle of fucking Tinder whores in between pizza deliveries (he once posted about hiding in a closet to escape being found by the boyfriend of the succubus he was fucking). Buddhism and Hinduism seem to have had a lot of fucked up people, by conventional morals at least, and I'm not sure if that's the result of their doctrines allowing many interpretations or something else. Because Gautama Buddha, from what little I've read of him, obviously encouraged celibacy.

For Hinduism there's this video of Post too long. Click here to view the full text.

 No.224784

Not really a fan of the idea of being turned into a drone.



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 No.223246[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

8ch.net is finally down. Good riddance. /tower/ was a comfy board while it lasted.
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>>224774
/kemono/
That's it.

 No.224777

>>224774
i miss shitposting on /brit/

 No.224778

>>224773
No cloudflare means it will be DDOSed to oblivion the moment it comes up

 No.224779

>>224773
I doubt it's really gone. Backups of the site exist and it will probably return eventually once all this political shit blows over. At worst it will just come back under a different name.

 No.224781

>>224778
Isn't the reason it hasn't come up because they're trying to find someone else to provide DDoS protection?


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 No.204136[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

searching for a way out edition

previous >>200881
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 No.205930

>>205779
It's not crazy to think that most Boomers will end up homeless, they got their money by chance. No hard work, no intelligence, just luck of the post war period.
Them losing it is logical.

 No.205939

>>205930
this a great fantasy to daydream about, i hope it comes true.

 No.205956

>>205930
that, and they're getting old, and their kids hate them

 No.205958

Ever have those times where something really puts a dent in your wallet for a huge chunk of money you saved for over a months work of min wage slavery and the little motivation you had to work goes down the toilet? Being a part time retail monkey I barely have the energy for as it is went from bad to "nauseating marry go round" experience bad. I wanna quit but I know it'll be worse since I don't have that huge cushion to fall back on and as I just experienced it can all be gone in a second.

 No.205961

>>205958
Are there any jobs with either better hours or better money in your area? Normgroid tier advice, i know, but it may be worth looking for another.

I know the feeling, though


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 No.45629[Reply]

Lucid dreaming: the art of telling your dreams they're your dreams and are thus supposed to do what you want them to.

Anyone else here keeping a dream journal, trying to become lucid or having achieved lucidity?
I've been trying for a few years, but never could muster the discipline to record my dreams and regularly do reality checks.
For anyone else, though, these were the resources I've used:

https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Lucid_Dreaming
http://cosmiciron.blogspot.com/2013/01/senses-initiated-lucid-dream-ssild_16.html
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 No.48039

The key to dreaming is to reject logic and rationality when it comes to harboring beliefs about human nature. Dont get into mainstream politics, study science as an art form, and as much as possible consider what you see in yor 3rd eye as an actual tangible spirit/ message from your higher soul thats floating in the ethers.When you become accustomed to things not of the norm in your waking reality, the dream state will be easier to recognize. People dont remember their dreams because theyre way too chaotic and different then their linear ways of life so they cant process them. This is why the outcasts of society were always considered shamans in tribal times. The aboriginals supposedly have the lowest IQ but if you look into their culture theyre all about dream walking almost as if thats the true reality and the 3D is just an experience.

 No.48922

>>45629
The game's Phantasy Star II for Sega Genesis in case anybody wants to know

 No.48938

I've began a dream journal about a week ago and already I can feel the results. Not a day went by I that I coudn't remember at least a part of a dream and a couple of nights managed to remember more than one dream. I'm not focusing on lucid dreaming right now but maybe I'll try eventually. My first goal was just being able to remember dreams.

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>>45629
I wish lucid dreaming was easier to accomplish, especially the conscious entry kind with no gap in awareness (WILD)

It seems like the perfect hobby, you would never run out of ideas and experiences, your imagination being the only limit. Pic related is a guide for those who actually can manage to do it, and how to achieve better control over the aspects of the dream you can control (which with enough mastery and experience should be everything eventually)

 No.49331

>>45629
reminder that our ancestors dreamt much more, protip for more vivid dreams is cutting sugar LOOK MORE INTO IT / ANCIENT DIETS ETC



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 No.224738[Reply]

https://news.yahoo.com/florida-man-had-midnight-rendezvous-145456115.html

All he did was go beat off at night when no one was around at a construction site.

Odd behavior? Sure.

Disgusting? Maybe.

Punishable by jail or prison time? Come on.

No one would give a fuck if it were an attractive Chad or Stacy doing this instead.

If it were an attractive Stacy the Jew media would just laugh it off as a "succubi just wanna have fun" type of thing.

And if it were an attractive hunky Chad stud muffin Jew media would have some broad write up an article that instead of calling for the "stud's" imprisonment instead "wondered why he was out there pleasuring himself when instead he could be in this female author's bed being taken care of?" etc, etc.

The lesson of course is all that matters in ZOG is if you look good, have lots of money or better yet both.

If you don't have either you're considered the scum of the earth, worse than a nigger.
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 No.224756

>>224755
What if that’s your fetish? Or you’re homeless?

 No.224764

>>224755
Fuck off norman

 No.224766

diogenespilled
let a fat nigger jerk off outside

 No.224767

>>224756
Not legitimate reasons.
>>224764
>not being a shameless hedonistic sex addict makes you a norman now

 No.224768

>>224767
Then what would be count as legitimate?



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 No.44214[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

There must be a reason why almost all of the cartoons is calarts style. Maybe is because of the time they spend on the story
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so, the Rocko's Modern Life special was more or less what we were expecting- half shameless cash-in, half unironic finger-wagging at people whom I'm increasingly certain only ever existed in the fevered imaginations of the hacks who write this crap.

 No.49257

>>49256
Didn't they jam in some transgender bullshit or something.
Remember seeing a video complaining about it, but I didn't really care all that much about it despite liking the original. I actually cared more about HQ remaster when they released the latest box set.

 No.49275

>>49099
>>49194
Those look retarded, like everything else.

>>49256
It was never meant to be pretty but the old one was way better.

 No.49323

>>44214
It's because that faggot Pendleton Ward turned the freakin' cartoons gay

 No.49327

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I was gonna watch "Enter the Florpus", but had a bad day/annoying inconvenience. For anyone familiar with Vasquez's work, that's enough to ruin your interest in Vasquez's work (and 99.99999∞% of anything, basically).

For everyone else, just replace "Freezy" with "Florpus".


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 No.17868[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Does anyone on here live/want to live in Japan? I know I do.

To be clear I'm not some faggot weeaboo who thinks that life in Japan is just like the animes and there will be katana duels in the streets and schoolgirls screaming "UGUU SENPAI" everywhere but I do like the culture and the aesthetic of the country, especially Tokyo but also the really rural parts of the country.

I've looked around and there's a lot of work in my field, most of it mercifully conducted in English. Apartments are also fairly affordable, at least outside of the hubs of the biggest cities. There's nothing really keeping me in the states; my family has basically forgotten about me, I have no friends and my work is all online so it goes where I go. I'd have to sell my guns but that's not really a huge loss for me, plus it'd be nice to have a cash infusion right before I go.

Any stories or advice?
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 No.29445

also in related news japan made console and save modding illegal with chance of jail charges

 No.30068

>>23304
Wait are you seriously dumb enough to think that the pol types who hate niggers, are the same as the wizzies with yellow fever?

 No.30072

>>26059
one of the hardest aspects of japanese is keigo. you can say the same sentence 5 different ways, but those ways are discrete with respect to social context, i.e. learning how to say the same thing in 5 different ways is absolutely mandatory. there's a reason why NSA has ruled japanese as one of the most difficult languages on a lot of metrics. https://www.nsa.gov/Portals/70/documents/news-features/declassified-documents/cryptologic-spectrum/foreign_language.pdf

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>>17871
>comfy tiny apartment in a big ultra-advanced post-scarcity city yes

That's the dream

 No.31220

>>31213
> It'd be a typical Sunday of watching animu、 playing bidya gemus and browsing the intaanetto
> You'd be in your comfy bedroom, dark, lights off
> You'd put on your headset and watch this bideo


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 No.159525[Reply]

Most therapists are delusional normans, too trapped in their own complexes to help us. I google different forms of therapy and try them on myself. Most don't work, but they're fun.

4/5 Dream journal
I've done dream journaling and dream analysis to interpret my unconscious desires and fears.
At lest one dream a week tells me something new about myself. Most dreams are fluff.

Depth Psych
2/5 Build imaginary world where you imagine different parts of your personality as people and debate them. Most of you already do this without realizing it. Sometimes I get useful insight. Most of the time, my personalities tell me to "work harder" or "go to the gym". They're assholes.

MBTI Myers Briggs 2/5
More or less astrology. Take personality test. Get 4 letters. Different tests give different results. I'm INTJ/P. I used to go hiking every 2 or 3 days, after taking the MBTI, I embraced my INT nature and stayed indoors for a week straight.

CBT 1/5
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy or McTherapy is the second most popular psych scam after big pharma drugs. Suppress your natural emotions and thoughts with positive thoughts. Leave therapy cured. Wait a month for everything surpressed to explode. Go back to therapy. *rubs hands

Mindfulness CBT 2/5
The Whole Foods version of CBT. Mindfulness makes you calmer. Most of your problems are caused by other people (and systems that have not updated to the current world) so just thinking positive won't change the outside world.

What therapies have you tried?

 No.159526

>>159525
Put this on /dep/

 No.159527

therapy is a scam through and through, I've been severely depressed for over a decade, no quack is going to just talk me out of it

 No.159528

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coherence_therapy

I've had some success with it but it's incredibly difficult to apply on yourself because of the massive skill curve. The framework is probably the best I've seen from researching different therapies and modalities. It seems to able to integrate and explain the effectiveness of most therapies and it offers a very good evidence supported theory of change. It's based on the newest research on memory reconsolidation which is the brain's only known process for updating and erasing long-standing memories.

The approach essentially incorporates this process and deliberately aims to update/remote implicit emotional learnings that produce symptoms in the present. Instead of trying to "counter-act" symptoms like most therapies i.e. CBT, it uses experiential techniques to find the coherent reasons for the existence of the symptom, trying to find the hidden purpose of the symptom that makes it such a compelling "solution". It seems that even painful states like depression or low self-esteem have a coherent purpose to them, they are essentially the lesser evil of some dilemma and by reacting in that way, you avoid another much worse dreaded suffering. This kind of learning gets created through experience and torments people by creating symptoms in the present which are consciously experienced as negative but outside of awareness they have a hidden useful purpose that the person can verbalize with some effort and exploration. Once you bring this into awareness and integrate it, you have the power to actually transform it through the process of memory reconsolidation.

If you're interested, read "Unlocking the emotional brain". It covers the neuroscience research and overall approach, but I recommend reading the case examples in order to really understand it. This type of approach has transformed the way I think about my own emotional responses.

 No.159529

>>159528
Insightful. I downloaded the book you recommended and am reading it right now.

 No.159530

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It sounds to me like you are doubting the legitimacy of Astrology, and I would have to challenge you on that. It was actually my earlier interest in the MBTI which transformed into an interest in the Enneagram of Personality, which then became an interest in Natal Astrology which led to to draw and study my chart.

alot of people these days don't like to beleive anything unless it's being spoon-fed to them by a government-approved egghead in a white-coat. Or an e-celeb. (lol.)
Beyond this I know this Astrology has a bad reputation due to it's association with succubi that use it in that vapid, superficial way that centers around sex, love and relationships and takes only the sign-position of the Sun into account.

If you are willing and cognizant to sift through the cheap fluffy material on the subject, you can learn a lot of cool, inspiring and perhaps valuable information by studying Astrology and your natal chart. In the previous couple years I have spent a considerable amount of time studying my planetary positions and aspects, and have not only seen how my chart accurately explains my personality, but witnessed the effects of planetary transits in the form of major and minor events in my life. I can vouch for it's legitimacy. While the majority of the fun of astrology does come from the navel-gazing and often false sense of inspiration or grandeur, it's not all junk and can be used quite practically from a sober viewpoint if you so wish. It's perhaps the most effective psychological science there is; as above and so below.

Maybe it's just not for everybody. For anyone who is interested I'll post some links off the top of my head to the actually good astrology sites I have come across:

Drawing a Natal Chart
https://www.astrotheme.com/horoscope_chart_sign_ascendant.php
or
https://www.astro.com/cgi/chart.cgi?btyp=w2gw&rs=3&usechpref=1

General Information & Aspect/Position Delineation
http://www.rosicrucian.com/ssa/ssaeng01.htm (a good overall introduction)
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 No.204797[Reply]

I kept wondering how come I have these frequent moments where I feel like I woke up from a slumber and wonder how I could have let myself go so badly. Then I get the motivation to improve myself but soon I go back to my routine until the next "wake up" moment in a few months. How come all this time in all these years I didn't manage to improve my life even a bit? It has been like 9 years by now. More than enough time to improve yourself. It's quite shocking.

But now I realize why. Because I just don't have the discomfort tolerance for any kind of change. With some motivation I might start exercising but then comes a day where I just feel like I have no strength to go out so I stop the exercises for a day. Then for the next day. And the next. And quickly I forgot I've been exercising at all and go back to doing nothing. And same thing happens with any positive change I try to start like eating healthy, learning a language, reading, not spending so much time online…

Do I just need to keep at it? People keep saying that it gets easier but I haven't made this experience. Or do I just accept that this is who I am? A weak willed spineless worm?
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 No.205951

>>205950
Classic failed normie mentality.

My life is not as great as I hope it would be so I'll pretend it is by complaining about it to people with worse life.

 No.205952

>>205949
I suspect you really are quite stupid.

Unable to see the general principle at work. There is nothing I can tell you. What is there to reply to? If I take your post, remove the insults and the anecdotal evidence that only applies to one case (mine). There is nothing. Nothing left. Think about it.

 No.205953

>>205952
Yeah the great sublime principle that people claim their success are due to their luck that only other genius like you can realize. What a fucking failed normie. You worked hard, failed, then think you have achieved some deep insight into how the world works, then you come to this site to share it to other people so they can marvel at your brilliance and life experience. But someone insulted you and you can't take it. So you write this post dismissing him as stupid. You are quite similar to the people you envied you know. Maybe that means you can be successful like them too!

 No.205954

>>205953
>You worked hard, failed, then think you have achieved some deep insight into how the world works, then you come to this site to share it to other people so they can marvel at your brilliance and life experience.
Not really, no. The thing is, lots of the self-improvement junkies always have the same lines. "Oh you think hard work doesn't work? Have you tried? No?! Then shut the fuck up!".

And quite often this is where the discussion ends. The lesson taken here is that wizards, losers, neets, whatever don't want to work hard and that's what makes them what they are. Hence they are at fault. Hence they are to be ridiculed, insulted and generally it's all their fucking fault.

Well I came here to provide a counter-example.

>But someone insulted you and you can't take it.

What makes you think I can not take it?

 No.205955

I've done several things related to improvement (exercise, programming, and language learning) for years but if you were to ask me if I felt any different than I did years ago when I was a weak teenager severely addicted to multiplayer video games the answer would be 'no'. I made goals for myself and working towards them was enjoyable at first, because they opened up a whole landscape of novel things (untranslated material, ability to customize computers, etc) but as time went on the 'high' I got from these things and the novelty wore off. I don't get excited like I used to when finding new things to read or looking into new things to program. It's just become a kind of habit at this point.

I don't have advice for actually making the first steps to self-improvement or working towards goals, but what I would advise is that you don't place too much hope and expectations on them, thinking that once you've done something everything in your life is just going to be great and stay that way. Even if you could achieve all your goals tomorrow I think the happiness from that would wear off and you'd be back to looking for higher peaks to climb within the next few weeks.

Not saying that doing things to improve is a waste, of course; it's better than doing nothing or wallowing in self-pity. But just realize that you'll probably be struggling to maintain your feel-good levels for the rest of your life, and I don't know that there's a way out of that which isn't extreme.



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 No.156996[Reply]

Look, I ve never been to psychiatrist neither psychologist. But I know that something wrong with me, I know for sure that I had strong social phobia for many years and perhaps I may have aspergers syndrome and some kind of neurosis? Also I m introverted male. I ve never had any friend.

I wonder if I go to psychiatrist and I wont be quite honest to him. What would happen?

Would he find out that I m laying even if I would say logical things to him, or he wouldnt find out it?
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 No.157590

>>157588
My therapists mostly just tries to encorage me to exercise and do healthy things. That and eating right and sleeping with a good schedule. We tend to go on long walks during the sessions instead of sitting indoors.

 No.157591

>>157590
very humanistic approach

 No.158728

>I wonder if I go to psychiatrist and I wont be quite honest to him. What would happen?
Odds are some might be able to tell you're holding back, but not necessary the specifics of what you're holding back. Don't go and talk about your loli waifus but do reveal enough to get your bux.

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>>156996
I recognize that pic

 No.159521

Went to a shrink. She was a wine mommy. After the 3rd meeting I was like "This bitch doesn't understand me." I want to see another shrink. But my parents were like, she lives close to our house



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 No.47195[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

A thread for wizards to discuss books.


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 No.49285

>>49278
>i never hear people bring this up when talking about diogenes
because all his funny antics are way more interesting

 No.49309

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Read 2 of Shakespeare's plays last week, Hamlet and King Lear (well King Lear was a reread). I didn't like Hamlet as much as King Lear or Richard III but it was still good. The part where there's a clown carelessly chucking around skulls he uncovers while digging a grave and Hamlet starts lamenting on how even great people have the same end - recycled into material for banal purposes, like a stopper or food for the worms - was really good.
King Lear is probably my favorite Shakespeare play of those I've read so far, though.

Now going through Plato's Complete Works. I've read about half his dialogues over the years but never more than a few at a time, so I'm going through and reading/rereading all of them.

Euthypro, Apology, Crito, and Phaedo were all a reread. All good and not too complicated (if anyone wants to start with Plato I'd recommend these 4 first). Some of the arguments in Phaedo - specifically the one about all souls of the living coming from souls of the dead, and to lesser extent the one about knowledge being recollection - seemed more tenuous than when I read it years ago, but I guess he wrote a lot of the arguments like that to get people to think critically and come up with their own theories.

Cratylus I read for the first time yesterday. The subject is correctness of names and naming conventions. A lot of it drags on because it's just Socrates trying to find the etymology of various words (all in Greek of course). But in the beginning and towards the end there are some interesting points brought up.

Theaetetus I reread today. I remembered it being really good and wasn't disappointed. Along with Parmenides it's probably my favorite. Lot of insights into knowledge, even if it doesn't reach a conclusive answer, and challenges a lot of the views of some older philosophers.
There's also a tangent somewhere near the middle, about the difference between a philosopher and the average 'skilled' man, i.e. a defender in the courts. Rereading this I was kind of shocked at how similar parts sound to some things I've read in Zhuangzi's works and the Bhagavad Gita.

>This accounts, my friend, for the behavior of such a man when he comes into contact with his fellows, either privately with individuals or in public life, as I was saying at the beginning. Whenever he is obliged, in a law court or elsewhere, to discuss the things that lie at his feet and before his eyes, he caus
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Are any of you into the physical aspects of books?

tbh most of the books I read are on the PC or audio. But since 2016 I've also acquired a fairly large library of hardcopy books. I guess reading about ancient and medieval manuscripts, and how painstakingly they were prepared by volcel monk scribes like ourselves, and how rare and sacred they were. The tragedy of lost books. The scriptorium in the Name of the Rose. I've become fascinated with books as physical objects. And also collected some old ones from the 1800s and 1700s.

There doesn't seem to be much of a market for used books, so its been a relatively cheap hobby for me, my version of stamp collecting.

 No.49314

>>49309
I was thinking of reading Plato's dialogues backwards starting with the Theateus.

It could make sense for a number of reasons. For one it was the 1st dialogue that Latin Europe had access to until the Rennassance. It covers the metaphysical topics I'm most interested in.

And I'm listening to the dialogues on audio, so it might take me a while to get used to the format, so I thought a more Aristotle-type treatise, in which the dialectic is pushed into the background, might be a good way to ease me into plato.

Im on Plotinus now and its tough going

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>>49312
I like physical books but I tend to opt for pirating copies online and loading them on an e-reader. I still prefer the 'weight' of actual books and the feel of turning the pages but I don't have the space or financial leeway to really seriously collect. Well mainly just space actually, since most used books are really cheap.

I do have a few slightly old ones but nothing from earlier than the 20th century.

First one is 'Japan's Military Masters', which was published in 1943. The author was an ambassador in Japan and was there in the several years before the war so he wrote about the military spirit of Japan - the undying loyalty of every common citizen for the emperor and the traditions they put in place to cement this loyalty, as well the military structure and some of the notable military figures in the Japanese army. It was an interesting read as something written during the time of war. I don't know if everything in it is accurate but given what happened in the next few years I think the guy was pretty on point in his conclusions.

Other one is a collection of several of Nietzsche's major writings (Thus Spoke Zarathustra, Beyond Good and Evil, The Genealogy of Morals, Ecce Homo, and The Birth of Tragedy). I can't find a publication date but someone wrote a note inside the cover saying "1950's edition" (also a lot of other notes written inside so I think it was a student's).

There are a couple of others I have but I think they're also all from the 1950's or later - some biographies on Mao, Hitler, and Mussolini, two volumes of something called "Japan's Imperial Conspiracy", and a book on microbiology.

I don't think there are any good used bookstores by me unfortunately. All the above were things I bought from stores I found while traveling to other states.
Do you buy online or do you have good stores near you?

>>49314
You'd be fine starting with Theateus I think, especially if you're already working through Plotinus. The recommendations to start with Euthypro and the others were mainly for people who weren't used to reading philosophy (although they do certainly contain some important ideas, but they don't go too deep into the theory of forms or epistemology, outside of a few short sections). Only thing youPost too long. Click here to view the full text.


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