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 No.172188[Reply]

Post your favourite quotes, ideas, advice etc. from wizchan or wizardly authors you have collected over the years. No specific topic required, text can be of philophical, aesthetically or practical nature. Discussion is welcome, but mainly let's make this a wizdom collecting thread where everyone can post what has meaning to them.

Pic is where we store and study our wizdom.

I'll start:

"Life is the process of enjoying less and less and learning how to deal with pain more and more."

"Hey OP. Rationality is bullshit. There's no reason for anything. The trap is in trying to justify your existence, your actions. The key is to act without reason. There you will find liberation. Nobody knows what they are doing and why, they got a vague idea why, but they are moved by the universal mind which lashes out at and fills the void. The void births us all, out of chaos we arise! Remember that justice and reason are jokes and you are ready. Don't fall into the delusion of a purpose or its search. Be, exist, abide. Awareness. Will. You are not accountable to this reality and this reality is not accountable to you. Nothing is accounted for. It just is, incomprehensibly manifest, nonsensical madness. The desire for escape imprisons you, the wanting holds you back, for you manifest wanting… like begets like. It is done, your work is done, there is no more to do, stop grasping, the universe is more wise than you. Do not hesitate to flow with it, to rise with it, to die with it. You have but one purpose; to be. You will always be. Beyond that in the noise of existence, the cascade of impressions, is just a shadow of your true self which is always unseen. Do not be mistaken in thinking this is it. You are experiencing but are you the experienced as well? Why are you so agitated? Delusion. What is there to be understood? Is not your understanding perfect when you have not spoken a word, when you have not tried to grasp? Concentrate, focus, imagine; you've been doing it all along, it's time to entrain your mind to a new experience, maybe your restlessness will go away. Doesn't this life feel like such a distraction? Your body, always there, always occupying your mind, interrupting you, forcing itself on you. Don't let it win. Withdraw from it, take your mind away from your body, put it elsewhere. Not enough? Take yourself out of your mind then too. It has run its course hasn't it? So tiring yes? There's a lot of thoughts you can borrow. YouPost too long. Click here to view the full text.
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 No.173582

>>172188
A happy life consists in tranquility of mind.

 No.174097

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>>173440
Curious. I recently started to think around (too) how superior beasts are in that sense…

 No.174101

>>173440
>"My advice is to always shit on the lemmings who preach about normalfag LARP shit like careers, responsibilities, productivity, maturity".
What a horrifically self destructive piece of proverbial idiocy.

 No.174106

>>174101
>idiocy
Says the guy posting rule-breaking images

 No.174107

>>174106
He was just a peak normalfag avatarfagging on every board he posted on. Suggested to have kids, love people, he is better than every other person, have sex crab, have a career, you know the drill the typical failed normalfag egomaniac stuff.

After being made fun of by a bunch of virgins on a Mongolian astral imageplane, he promptly said this place sucks and he is leaving.



 No.166311[Reply]

Do you think being a wizard is a good thing or a bad thing? Ignore your own tendencies. Let's say a child was about to be born. You could choose for it to be a NEET or hikki and volcel. Basically archetypal wiz. Or you could choose for it to be a mildly successful average normie who eventually settles with a succubus and wagecucks and has kids.

Are normies better off? Regardless of whether you desire to be one. I don't desire to be certain things but I admit those people are probably happier and have better lives.
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 No.170616

>>170613
Yes, money, wealth, handsomeness, height, high iq, excellent health can't help you also

 No.170682

>>170616
Eh, those things give you more ways to do escapism, but you do inevitably end up old so it starts to top out then.

 No.170685

>>170682
So you do agree with me that those things are useless right?

 No.170727

>>166311
It's all a struggle to get money, bitches and become immortal. If you lose, you lose. Normies do not win at anything either, they're tools who get cucked.

 No.174088

children, being a 'wizard' is freedom that you may not comprehend fully.
it is liberating as few things are in this wretched world.
the world and EVERYTHING in it is a lie !
your goal should be personal freedom and knowledge.
one of the few passages in scripture the was not buggered or perverted says : "Do not love this world, neither the things of which this world consists.
For if any man holds love for the things of this world in his heart, the love of the father can find no place within him" .
if you understand this; you will have freedom such as few people have ever had.



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 No.170720[Reply]

So there's a drug called "L-368,899." It erases your desire to have sex or love. The feeling of loneliness? Gone. It's different from drugs with similar effects:

>Doesn't affect T levels or muscle mass

>Doesn't hurt bone density
>Non-toxic
>Not an SSRI, so it won't cause those side effects

It works differently than other drugs like anaphrodesiacs, and seems to effect more than just feelings of romantic companionship. For example, there was a study with rats that showed it might treat social anxiety.

I'm thinking about ordering some. A lot of labs apparently sell it for research purposes, and it doesn't look like it's regulated or anything. Wanted to hear what you guys thought of it first though.

Also, I tried making this thread on 4chan and got instantly deleted like three times. Don't know what's up with that.
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 No.173958

>>173924
Well if it isn't illegal it PROBABLY isn't illegal to synthesise if some highiq wiz could find out how its made then we could just make it instead….

 No.173959

>>173958
Making a drug like this would be well beyond the means of near every wizard.

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>>170720
How long do the effects last until the next dosage? Do you think there could be a market for such a drug in the future?

 No.174055

sounds like chemical castration

drink spearmint tea it destroyed the testicle cells that make T slowly

 No.174069

It's just an antagonist of oxytocin and vasopressin right? It doesn't sound like an MAOI type of drug. Once you stop taking it you'll want sex and love more than ever. Eventually you'll get a tolerance. Of course, I don't really know how this research chemical not meant for human consumption works.



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 No.168068[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Im having doubts regarding the existence of an afterlife,id like some help and insight.
Im reading medical,phsyics,science books,cosmology books.I used to go to mass but now im thinking "mass isnt scientific- Where's the science for the liturgy?"
maybe its a devilish thought but i cant help it.Im becoming a materialist.
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 No.171833

>>171831
Why do you think I'm making it up? Heat is what most electrical currents decay into. Ever felt a battery after it's charged? It's hot.

 No.171854

>>171833
Woah, slow down there Einstein, your brain must be overheating also

 No.172073

>>168581
>Besides if the so called heaven exists its probably trash anyway. Just an endless contest of who can suck gods cock the best and the longest.
Fuck this had me in tears, wasn't expecting to read something like this.

 No.174038

>>168068
Pessimism leads you to believe in the chance of a Hell-fire.

 No.174061

fuck what you heard. it's this life that matters the most. live righteous in THIS WORLD and everything will come.


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 No.169907[Reply]

Is anyone else here completely okay with being a loser at life?

It makes no difference to me if I'm successful, have a good career, don't, have lots of money. All I care about is having a roof over my head and enough food in the pantry.

I spent years being miserable trying to have a career and get moving ahead in life. But once I realized that didn't matter to me, I suddenly became happier quitting my job and being a loser.
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 No.174012

>>174011
Not him but can relate. If only I would lack empathy, I would shitpost at places like this less and spend more time scumming away money from the normalfaggot masses.

 No.174013

I’d say I have a fulfilling life, and the main reason for that is my lack of ambition and concern. I live by the moment and find pleasure in simple things while not worried on being successful, rich, powerful or anything that would bring me anxiety. I live an epicurean lifestyle, and because of that, as long as I’m avoiding pain, I don’t really care on what happens to me.

 No.174016

>>169909
Follow christ

 No.174054

>>169949

For me, it's not something I can't not think. It's my default thinking. I've only slightly gotten out of the programming by not getting into debt and staying the hell away from females. I don't consume much either.

I hope one day I can snap out of it like I did with my fear of death.

 No.174566

>>169907
hi failed normgroid. 4chink is down the hallway, second door to the left



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 No.169355[Reply]

Im quite afraid I might have to spend a season in the looney bin once corona is gone.
what is it like? like prison?like an adult daycare? Will i be drugged against my will? will I have to get into fights for survival and the protection of my butt?

can my parents get me a solitary room to sleep in if they pay more?
I dont feel too comfy giving details of why I need to go but i'll explain it if needed
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 No.174024

Been there for 3 weeks. It feels like prison and there's nothing to do. If you're lucky, there will be some toys or games to play that haven't been destroyed by earlier patients. Between that, reading, sleeping, and waiting for meals, there's not much to do. Don't expect this environment to provide you with life meaning, it's supposed to just be a stable environment.

I had a private room, but also had the nurses come up and turn the lights on in the middle of the night to make sure I was still there. Very fucking annoying. Also got the butt injections

 No.174031

>>174022
just dont fuck up your suicide attempt like me and end up in there anyways, being treated like an animal and all your rights taken away from you. however, it's safer than real prison and 3 weeks is not unendurable. the real problem is the system itself is flawed, you shouldn't be treated like a criminal for suffering from something like suicidal depression, that will only give you more trauma.

 No.174048

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Used to work at mental asylum in poor European country for a few months.
We did drug up our patients against their will, sometimes tied them down. I only witnessed one case of patient VS. patient violence when one patient smacked and pushed another patient for going into smoking area, the one who got smacked wasn't allowed there because he would eat cigarette filters or any other little piece of garbage, situation was neglect on my part and it still hunts me a bit. New arrivals usually got drugged to the point they couldn't talk, just drool, drooling was so intense they carried towels for absorption. There weren't any solitary rooms in my ward (men only). Due to getting drugged up patients were mostly chill. Patients could use internet in the library, max one hour a day. There were non-mandatory daily walks if the weather was good, but not all were allowed to go outside, same with computer time.

>>169361
>Are you allowed to do excercise all day if that's what you want?
It was an option in my ward, we had some workout machines lined up along the corridor.

>>169474
>I'm planning on voluntarily making a trip to one myself soon
One of our patients was a practicing doctor who liked spending his vacations there for some reason.

>>169484
>>169603
Same patients are tourists, who shouldn't really be there. I suppose they just want someone else to take care of them, provide meals, clean clothes, warmth, baths, its better than living in their own garbage. If one doesn't intend to do anything with their life anyway it can become a lifestyle.

 No.174049

>>174048
that screencap is cancer

 No.174050

>>174049
I disagree.



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 No.171226[Reply]

I recently become convinced i'll live to be very old,like 80+ and im scared or starled about it.
loneliness,possible damage to vital functions,the surely dystopian future,etc.

how can I prepare?how can I stop my body from degenerating?I started a series of anti-aging measures such as cold therapy and caloric restriction. Im 25 now,still live with parents.So i guess i will live half my life alone.
Im also considering taking the vow of brahmacharya, 12 years. If it works as planned i would have some decades to enjoy the glory brought by brahmacharya.
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 No.173401

>>173394
Gen z knows they're fucked most have had a mindbreak and just live for pleasure.

 No.174018

>>173394
I was hoping to see a response like this when I looked at that image.

 No.174034

>>171226
Caloric restriction is just going to make you miserable. Do intermittent fasting, have 2-3 meals a day and a small snack. Don't eat outside of that to keep your blood sugar from fluctiating wildly. As for nutrition, keep your protein relatively low, around 0.8g per kg of bodyweight, red meat only rarely, fatty fish twice a day. Your carb sources should be veggies and whole grain for the most part, skip the simple sugars. As for fats, 1 - 2 tablespoons of good quality olive oil per day, nuts and seeds. Do at least 30 minutes of cardio every second day, some strength training (fuck gyms, just use your bodyweight) to keep your cardiovascular system healthy and your muscles and joints from deteriorating. Eat whatever your ancestors have eaten (roughly), since that's what your body is optimized to eat. Do a 24-48h water fast twice a year.
Source for all of this is "The Longevity Diet" from Dr. Valter Longo. It's been a bit since I read it but that's the gist of it.

 No.174036

>>174034
This is reasonable and sound advice, way too reasonable for the monk larpers who crave suffering and making themselves feel miserable with all sorts of meme diets and weird practices.

 No.174039

>>174036
>>174034
I'd suggest to read the book for yourself if anyone is interested, I probably missed some stuff. Also, I meant to say fish twice a week, not day.



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 No.171428[Reply]

I was reading The Giver and there’s this chapter where the elder, the giver, decides to finally transmit his favorite memory to the young boy who was preparing himself to be his replacement. This memory turns out to be a memory of an idyllic Christmas family celebration, and when I read that it got me thinking about what were my happiest memories, and immediately after about what were the happiest memories that humans can have in the course of their lives. So I searched for “happiest life moments” to see if there existed already a consensus on this, and I found that among what is regarded for many to be the happiest moments of life and consequently their happiest memories there is nothing I’ve had.

>The research revealed that men are happiest at 40 whilst succubi hit their positive peak at 38– citing being fit and healthy, having a great group of friends and feeling confident in their appearance as the main reasons for their bliss.

>The findings show that loving relationships outweigh money and material gains with life’s top ten happiest moments dominated by friends and family.

My happiest memories are of me playing in a cybercafe with some childhood friends, and times when I laughed so hard I could cry, but it's been so long that now it's all blurry and almost forgotten. Happiness in life and the remembrance of said happiness from what I read seem to be so dependent on relationships that is almost a cruel joke.
These past years, for example, even though I'm sure I've experienced some joy, those moments of joy… I cannot remember them and I think that is because I've been alone in every single one of them. It also reminded me of that time when I met my math teacher by chance one evening, I was 15 driving my bike near my old school, and the first thing he asked me was if I still kept in touch with my buddies from that school, I lied to him not to disappoint him, and he replied "That's good. I'm happy to hear that. Never lose touch with your friends. Never because those memories of you and your friends will stay with you forever." he said this agitated and I could see an expression of regret in his face but I remember this clearly because he truly meant and felt that and I even wrote it down in my diary.

Now it's too late for friendship and trying to get those happiest moments that we see in this top ten, and many could argue that most people live unforgettPost too long. Click here to view the full text.
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 No.173973

Sleeping on a latex pillow and not waking up with my usual dust allergies.

 No.173974

>>173741
It would be interesting to see this graph specifically for wizards.

 No.173975

>>173974
…..probably could just try to make a stupid poll on this site to try to guesstimate it.

 No.173977

>>173741
This is pretty scary for someone with an unhappy youth.

 No.173995

>>171428
First time I drank alcohol.



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 No.168046[Reply]

I live in Indonesia where everyone can drive a vehicle such as a motorcycle or car. I am 30 years old and can't drive anything. I once learned to ride a motorcycle when I was a teenager but it seems like I am too scared and sometimes I like to daydream so it never works. Is there anyone here who has the same problem?
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 No.173513

Learn to ride bicycle first dude.

 No.173853

I'm 30 too and can't drive either. I live in Argentina and was thinking to try to learn and get the license but nowadays is mandatory to get vaccined to get the driving license so I'll stay away from that

 No.173910

>>173909
>your friends
>rest of the post
wizchan 2020

 No.173911

>>173910
>waaaaah I didnt break no rule you're just a bitter crab crab crab

 No.173918

>>168053
>>168055

How fat are you? You gotta be at least 400lbs



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 No.153552[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Wizards or apprentices still living with your parents, this is our thread.

How's your life situation? Do you have a job yet are unable to move out for some reason? Are you like me and been sitting on that college diploma for a year already trying to dodge the "when are you going to get a job" questions?
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 No.173812

>>173740
>gets PTSD from an online forum

whew

 No.173844

well now i’m going to be 3 years behind before i graduate.

forced to live at home and never have peace and quiet because my family is a bunch of monkeys who always need to be entertained be it complaining with each other or just senseless actions. They got a new dog for no reason and I can’t even read a book without hearing him bark or his foot steps or them playing with it. I have thoughts of just strangling the dog but when I actually look at it I just see an innocent creature who is getting toyed with by a bunch of demons. My dad paid for my rent when I rented an apartment for uni. Get no sleep either because the mattress on the floor i sleep on is shit and i sleep in the basement and has a centipede problem that causes me anxiety, have woken up to huge ones on the wall right beside me. Add that to my insomnia and adhd and I wake up with terrible brain fog after 3 hrs of sleep, when taking meds makes my heart feels like it will blow up.

Even if i do graduate i will be 65k in debt, if i don’t graduate and drop out now i will be 25k in debt and have no job experience.

I need to gtfo this house but idk how. Rent is expensive everywere and I have student loan debt building up and can’t manage school and work. All i want in life is a quiet place to live in. Nothing else

 No.173940

>>153552
I got a job washing dishes. I make about $400 a week. I could get a studio apartment close to my workplace for $750 a month.

 No.174065

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I don't have a job at the moment, but I feel that's all going to end now. I've finally gotten over my anxiety and dread that's been plaguing my mind all this time, and it helps me feel more conscious and alive. I plan to be successful and make lots of money in the coming years.

 No.174213

I'm 30, have been working all through my 20's. Mostly full time positions. I have never made enough to move out. I didn't finish my degree and I don't have a trade skill, so I will probably never make more than $15 - $18/hr. I currently make roughly 2x the min wage in my state, have over $15,000 USD saved in the bank, and am still not sure I could move out. Not to mention the only motivation one could have from moving out is to get laid, and that obviously isn't going to happen. I live with my mom who works full time as well, we live in a giant house and I rarely even see her as our work schedules are different. Its comfy, but at work I always have to lie about my situation. Do not ever let normies know you still live at home.


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