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 No.194489

I'm a soon to be ex-NEET and I have come to terms that, yes, there are things I want to achieve before dying, there are things I "deem" worth it, places I want to visit, things I want to learn and do.
But, none of that will be possible without first fighting this enormous inertia of NEETDOM.
How to stay consistent? I've tried many things over the years, even professional help and medication, none successful, I can't deny that I did enjoy a lot of my time as a NEET, because I did, but for me it's time for a new chapter.
I don't mind so much being a wizard apprentice, actually I never did minded that part, I have some weird views on sex and it's futility, so I was fortunate enough to never have even gone through the "angry KV teenager phase", I was just fine with it, but the NEET part was not planned, I did not see that coming. I morphed into a NEET, and before I knew it, boom, I was trapped. I don't mind being alone, but NEETDOM is now trapping me, stopping me from developing, there is this feeling of wanting to get out of this vicious cycle, but a huge difficulty, especially in maintaining consistency.
Any advice, story or resources are welcomed.

 No.194511

Neethood is very sweet and good thing but after a year or two you just fall into inertia as you said. I really fon’t know how to escape from it other than death.

 No.194513

>>194511
the neet life is good, the neets aren't
having too much time for yourself ruins you it makes you feel more empty or turns you into a degenerate

 No.194518

>>194513
>>194489
>>194511
The NEET life is for a select few only. You obviously belong to the slave/worker caste, that is why you can't occupy yourself in your free time. Being NEET is the best thing in the world, I'm spending my sixth year NEETing and it is even more fun than when I started it.

Go and work some shitty wageslave job and pat yourself on the back for being a good, productive normalnigger because obviously the kingly NEET-life isn't for you.

 No.194519

Here is the perfect example why neets aren't always wizards: >>194518
He is arrogant in the same way normalfags are, he thinks himself superior to other wizards, same way normalfags think they're superior for having sex. Reminder that most neets are actual normalniggers and lead a normalnigger existence and share the same mentality of me>you

 No.194529

>>194519
I didn't say anything wrong though. If you can't even enjoy being alone and NEETing then you are a lost cause. You deserve to flip burgers or rot in some office until the end of your life. You were born to serve others and you know it too. Get back to work, pick that cotton well or else your master will get angry at you.

 No.194565

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I'm 32 and only worked on off from 18-22 before becoming full-time NEET. The worst part about working is the normies you have to work with/under. They're all low/average IQ and left logic brained. Zero creativity or philosophical thought. They aren't aware of any sub culture, even mainstream leftist culture is unknown to them. They just watch sportsball and socialise locally with other normals.

I did get to do some time with some intelligent people though so I know they're out there.

I just want to get enough income to move out of my mom's house. She's batshit crazy race traitor boomer. I'm going to practice the arts and try to make income selling them but I don't really believe I'll succeed.

I want to loot Jewish people.

 No.195359

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This is a good post out of all the blackpilling "virgin" jack-off scum that riddles the board; I'll bite.
Understanding that cultivation of will is the foundation of all great acccomplishment, we'll first discuss the difference between will and FEELINGS (aka motivation). If will is the tree and it's roots (foundation), the motivation and the FEELINGS can be moreso associated with the leaves as an anon in endchan points out. Leaves wave and leaves go, relying on FEELING LIKE IT will result in maybe 3 days of "productivity" every month or so (lasting a total of 20 mins. or really 3 since most people can only concentrate for that long).
Cultivation of will on the other hand is something that we shall prioritize to achieve what goals the few of us here actually have; the ambition that hasn't been stifled with silly fat neckbeard manchildren who conflate jacking off to child porn and never touching boobies to actively practicing witchcraft.
You may use meditation, you may use reading, but this exercise can only be done consistently if adequately combined with what little consistent routine you already hold. If you don't have a job, part time job, volunteer work, or classes, there's no real way to even hold a consistent sleep cycle for most people. Additionally, it is so much easier to attach your day's most important obligations to as soon as the day begins. For the sake of success though, we will really only dedicate one habit at a time to cultivate. Set an alarm to go off after 10 minutes, install a habit tracking app, and make sure you keep your practice area free of internet or even timekeeping devices. Your phone may rest on a dresser provided it is well out of reach.
The chair you use must be upright, and not overly upholstered; the posture you use should be condusive to concentration and not relaxation (else you would obviously find it hard to concentrate your mind while relaxing your body). Yogic foot positions were introduced after the yogis saw French gymnastics and thought it was cool, stuff like the full and half lotus is only necessary in conjunction with mudras to cultivate specific organs of the body and their energetic counterparts (chakras).
Aanyways, the result of cultivating self-observation is awareness of the self-deception of the mind, which leads to wisdom/discernment. Additionally, cultivating the consciousness leads to greater ability of making more conscious decisions and succumbing less to the emotional and nigger-like whims of the subconscious urges. Think of it like how a studious man obviously does better off in every way than a pre-frontal cortexless black man. The physicalist reason of meditation is that it cultivates the one and only thing that truly gives the potential to make great men great. No significant amount of strength or knowledge can be acquired without an above-average amount of will, and understanding of separation from temptation, especially in this day and age.
Also fuck this gay board.

 No.195422

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>>195386
Just pick whats good and left te rest

 No.195425

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>>194489
>I'm a soon to be ex-NEET and I have come to terms that, yes, there are things I want to achieve before dying, there are things I "deem" worth it, places I want to visit, things I want to learn and do.
>But, none of that will be possible without first fighting this enormous inertia of NEETDOM.
>I morphed into a NEET, and before I knew it, boom, I was trapped. I don't mind being alone, but NEETDOM is now trapping me, stopping me from developing, there is this feeling of wanting to get out of this vicious cycle, but a huge difficulty, especially in maintaining consistency.
>Any advice, story or resources are welcomed.
Inertia is like a big ball. When big ball is rolling towards you only a fool would fight it, but a small push will deflect it and lead it where you want. In this way gentleness overcomes the big ball, and what was once inertia is now a great power for you to wield. This is the way of NEET

 No.195427

>>195425
Fairly sure his reward system is ruined.

 No.196008

The warp waning methods consist in clearing the body from acid forming matters coming from starchy and albuminous food, requiring many of the next practices:
>transition diets towards mucusless diet
>when ready, mucusless diet
>practice fasting as often as you can
>enema, for it accelerate the detox process
>specific cleansing procedures for liver and kidneys which also makes detox quicker

Finally the neuroglia will start reacting to this, helping you against brainfog, restlessness and many other symptoms wizards often experience

The PDF section of health at endchan can serve you better in matters of knowledge

 No.196021

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>>194489
Try bromantane



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