I want to lay out a new path for you guys or maybe just little signs to help you find out more on your own later. Let’s just get into it.
Throw out faith and religion
I could have just said religion if I was only attacking superstition here but faith it seems operates on other levels in people’s lives too. Not only does faith make people believe in gods and angels, but in memes like “finding a soulmate” in love, “doing the right thing” (getting married) , “just counting on it to workout” (choosing a career) are somewhat branches of faith where reason has taken back seat.
I want you to completely suck faith out of your subconscious so that everything you finally do, every decison you make comes down to relentless thinking, of course this is not to say that every decision like this will be always right but you won’t delude yourself into anything.
And religion! Frankly it’s a been a long time since I am simply bored of criticizing religion—it’s just too easy now. I am also aware that a point by point criticism of religion usually doesn’t convince the believers at all. I just want to take a route where any religious person takes it upon himself to sit down and go through religious ideas and forms conclusions. It’s like just planting a seed and letting it grow from there.
The seed I have for now is DEATH. Religon thrives on fear, but it thrives on fear of death in general so I think if you take some time out to ponder on this the seed I’m trying to plant will well be on it’s way to holding some root. Here’s an idea to look at death: Close your eyes think about where were you 100 years back! Try to move your hands and breathe then. Of course you think it sounds silly but that’s just what it is; you did not exist 100 years ago and neither did you body or your mind which controls it. And think of 100 years from now—yep, it’s the same, you just won’t be here. Back to where you were—to nothingness, and not in some buddha spiritual (now that they have hijacked these terms too) sense but in actual nothingness.
What is most interesting to me is guys in fucking early 20s year olds wanting loyal, monogamous, serious relationships—fuck! I mean these are guys who just turned 20 and have a “GF” they say “I love you” to every night. From what little male biology I know, this is the age range where you want to swim your way through as much cunt as you can but what I see is “couples” who hangout out like buddies and tag each other on disneyesque crap like this on facebook.
Spend your 20s as a single MAN and the majority of your relationships with women should be of a fuck buddy dynamic, hone your skills for this, it is the only way you can learn about women and eventually know what you want and expect from a long term partner (if you go down that road). Oh and it’s fun!
Whenever I bring up an idea like this I get “You’re just desperate”, now I’m from Mumbai, India and I’m pretty sure guys don’t talk like this in the western world since they start fucking at 17, so it’s really something to think about how this has entered the vocab here. What this really is, is an rationalization to not confront the fact that one simply doesn’t have that kind of options and skills with women like I am advocating here. Along with that, feminism, religion and the Indian culture is definitely to be blamed.
Let’s go bullet points on this:
- Feminism has convinced guys today that becoming friendly, comfortable and caring is the way to get into and keep a relationship. This is what leads to “friends first” approach and trying to prove to the girl how he is not like the “other guys” who just want to get laid.
- Feminism with its “respect women” slogans has filled guys with so much shame, they now believe that pushing for sex in a relationship is wrong and if they only give it more time and reach an emotional compatibility with the girl she will initiate sex “at the right time when she’s ready”.
- Most guys are just filled with deep anxiety when it comes to showing sexual interest in a girl. Hence when they see they’re getting anywhere with one girl they don’t wana “rock the boat” and do anything stupid to not fuck it up. The scarcity mentality takes hold of them to counter which they buy into the soulmate myth and Oneitis.
“There are two kinds of pain. The sort of pain that makes you strong, or useless pain. The sort of pain that’s only suffering. I have no patience for useless things.”
—Frank Underwood, House of Cards.
I don’t want to tell you to workout so that you “stay fit” or because you can “be healthy” or “live longer” (what are you gonna do living for long anyway?) or not get type-2 dibeties, those are all “right thing to do” answers, like when girls tell you all they want is a ‘nice guy’. Fuck that.
Do this for POWER. Picture a situation in which a really ripped guy walks into a room vs a thin tall or a fat slob walking into a room, who do you think immediately commands respect? Who do you think intimidates (yes intimidate is what i mean) everyone? The one with the fucking 6000000inch belly fat, dark circles, a puffed up face due to drinking daily? The thin tall guy with arms like fucking noodles? Or this guy?
Evolution has programmed us to notice when someone really ripped crosses your path, just as it has programmed our dicks to start reacting when katrina kaif is on TV and to turn into a steel rod if she’s sitting on it. In our hunter gatherer days Achillies physique would signify strength and neo cortex would very well hold us back from fucking with him because it wants us to survive, while that threat no longer exists the psychological intimidating effect still does.
And this will help you all the more with the step 2 above. On whose dick you think evolution has programmed katrina (or all of them) to sit on?
“Reading improves your vocabulary and increases your brain cells” is the usual trite fed to kids, no wonder only a miniscule percent of the population reads. Of course now you want to tell me about how many copies of harry potter soldout or scoopwhoop’s web traffic but simply put those things should not even be considered as reading.
Here too the usual doing the “right thing” reasons are given to get people to read, as a result of which people who read scoopwhoop at work go all ” i love to read ” in their heads.
This is the most powerful medium to gain knowledge, ideas and understand the world. To understand the intricasies of all existence and live a life completely aware of them. See where I am going here, I’m going towards POWER.
Here are the books you should be reading—we’ll keep it simple first, start with The Road Less Travelled by M.Scott Peck and then move on to Atlast Shrugged by Ayn Rand. More suggestions in a later post.