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  1. Wow. Thank you for the detailed resources
  2. @Creatorbeing I don't understand everything you said. But, I gather that you advise me to find people based on my ego level. To answer your questions I'm looking for equals I'm looking for a friend group comprised of men and women- but, purely for friendship purposes ( I don't know if that would be possible from your point of view) My interests revolve around living a good life, which for myself requires having a community- motivated, ambitious, smart people: stage orange/green- leaning more toward green Is your hailmary solution that I become rich first? Thanks for responding
  3. I can't stop thinking about how I'll have no friends after I graduate from college. Where do you find a community of like-minded people? Isn't college the best community-building place on the planet?
  4. He hasn't posted in a while, did I miss something?
  5. To be honest, I'm not very into the spirituality side of actualized.org, yet. So, I would like a book reccomendation- preferably a book on the book list that could heal me. But general advice is welcome as well. Here are some things I do not express my authentic self because I want others to perceive me in a certain way look down on people who I think are less than me (social status, smarts, looks) constantly worry about how other people view me a strict refusal to not engage with people who I think are less than me a strict refusal to do/try anything that is looked down upon (ex. anime) I didn't major in business in university because people on the internet would make memes about how the major is cringe As a result, I'm a half-way "actor" everyday and miss out on lots of great people and experiences. Internally, it makes me feel bad about myself to categorize other people as "losers" or "beneath me". Thanks guys.
  6. Is it me or is the LPC complete ass. It's unnecessarily long as fuck, and most of the videos are expendable. I came to learn one thing: my life purpose. It's probably important to know my values, fears, and whatever. But, even those areas are murky for me at best if you are to follow directions and contemplate values, fears, etc. for the recommended time. Most of the exercises don't tell you anything about yourself at all and are a complete waste of time. I feel like I would have been better off if I just thought about my life purpose for 3 hours instead of watching years of all these boring-ass videos.
  7. I want to explain to refute the myth that Greg Heffley in Diary of a Wimpy Kid is a sociopath, and instead explain that he is just stage orange.
  8. I want to use Spiral Dynamics as a way to back up my research paper. Do I just label people however they want?
  9. @Yarco male pectoral muscles
  10. I'm technically an adult now and I feel as though it would suit me to have an adult body as well. What is the best way of going about this?
  11. Is anybody else having this problem? Like what the fuck this is the meat of the whole course and the reason I paid. When you click on the link you get a box that saids "Sorry this video does not exist"
  12. @Thought Art @Carl-Richard Funny thing is usually I don't say anything.
  13. I'm pretty sure this area of myself is in stage red and I want to ask how to get myself out of this rut. Basically, the problem is whenever I'm insulted or disrespected I feel the need for revenge always. I don't need to kill them, but at least equivalent or more. The stress that is caused by these grudges is unbearable, I carry around lots of anger inside of me. I also place heavy emphasis on loyalty (also stage red), which is seldomly reciprocated because I grew up in a green city and now am at an orange college. I'm sick of feeling this way and don't know how to rid myself of these feelings.