Tboy

Member
  • Content count

    87
  • Joined

  • Last visited

1 Follower

About Tboy

  • Rank
    - - -

Personal Information

  • Location
    United Kingdom
  • Gender
    Male
  1. Yo regardless of all of this, thanks for sharing everyone! I will do some further careful investigation and see if any of these substances can help with my healing journey. I want to do everything I can for myself so I can live my ideal life!
  2. Has anyone here been helped to heal a particular trauma they were working on by 5 meo dmt? Or would it be better to stick with something like LSD, Mushrooms for that? 5 meo kinda freaks me out and I know I need to be very careful with it if I take it, I honestly just want to let go of a shame trauma that runs my life
  3. great job! It remind of Leo's video the Root Solution to People Pleasing and Loneliness - check that if you haven't, it changed my life
  4. I agree with this, this was certainly my experience
  5. In the How To Get Laid Series - Leo talks about how you have to carry the conversation at the beginning of it when you initiate interaction with a woman. I've been approaching consistently every week for a while now and have improved some what but I still struggle with talking about myself in the conversation and getting a nice interaction going even when the girl likes me and asks me questions. I guess my approach should be to not think about whether she needs to go or not (I approach primarily in the day) and to just enjoy having a conversation with her as much as I can? I think I just have this limiting belief that I'm being rude or imposing, which I don't think is really true, I try to make the interaction as unforced and natural as possible. It's a specific area but do you guys have any thoughts on this?
  6. Yeah I would think about this a good amount, you don't want to make a rash decision. You need to understand what you want in life and why. I would say start doing the life purpose course and get yourself through all the values exercises - for me they were very very hard but I couldn't be more thankful for them because they basically hold your hand through the process of working out what is most important for you in life. The exercises don't tell you what to want, they push you to define exactly what that is for you and to prioritise it. That I think would be the best approach - I also would encourage you to not beat yourself up, be kind to yourself through the whole process, at every stage be gentle and kind but on the other hand you have to take responsibility for this because no-one is going to do it for you.
  7. I think it's great you're working on healing your trauma, I see a lot of people talking about that but not actually anything about it or going passed their comfort zone in the world. I don't think there's much wrong with doing Only Fans but I can't imagine it's your Life Purpose, who knows, maybe it is? If you're not doing anything you don't like and it's helping you fund your actual life purpose and healing, then it sounds fine to me. I would just ask yourself about it, get clear on your values and see if it aligns with them
  8. Oh no of course, I didn't mean have no social intelligence and be completely insensitive to others, I just meant the not basing my self worth on their opinions of me part. That's what I mean by not caring what people think.
  9. perhaps psychedelics can help with as well but I'm only just starting out with those right now
  10. Could we also call the video 'The Root Solution to People Pleasing and Loneliness,' just the root solution to caring what other people think of you or how to stop caring what people think of you? Maybe I'm making an obvious point here but I just wanted to be sure I'm not self-deceived in some way. I practice the satisfaction meditation 30 minutes 6 days a week, 7 when I can and I think I'm going to start practicing it for a lot longer and do it 7 days a week because I'm starting to see how powerful it is. From the Life Purpose course, the top question that is most fascinating to me in life is What would my life be like if I didn't care at all what other people think of me? (how would I be expressing myself, who would still be in my life if that was the case... etc.). This meditation and healing my main traumas appear to be clear paths to answering that question.
  11. Dude, follow Leo's advice and move to a big city. If you don't want to do that, then you're not serious
  12. this is perfect, strongly agree. If men are not turning inward to understand their traumas and finding techniques to heal them - they will project all the desperation caused by the traumas onto women. If men loved/accepted themselves, they wouldn't have a hard time loving/accepting and thus attracting women. The guys who are dicks that attract women appear to have this self love for themselves from the confidence they show but are actually fucked up and terrible partners, not what women truly want
  13. good for you man! WHere are you based? I assume this is a big city
  14. awesome man! One of the main reasons I don't want to is because often in London at least in the obvious areas, they don't let you into a club or those club/bar places by yourself as a man, they would if you were a woman probably but I've been turned away from so many places. It's to stop the creepy guys I guess, which makes me feel a bit creepy, even though I know I don't have to. It also of course brings up some fear going out alone as well, which links to this trauma I have that is essentially a fear of shame/shaming, something I'm working on.