Flint

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  1. @Hello world You have a bigger issue on your hands than women. First, try to choose a career path and spend 1 or 2 years developing real hard skills you can use to land a job. Once you have more revenue, you can stop eating random garbage, clean out your appartment, and start to socialize. In one year of doing very intense game, which is not easier to combine with a full time job considering home working policies, you can sleep with plenty of women. You need to work and build every area of your life from scratch and your life can exponentially improve. So : Be strategic about getting a comfortable job with a homeworking policy and earn some money. Use the money for therapy sessions twice a week to start working on yourself. You will need the support. Start a light jogging habbit and clean up your diet. Start a meditation habit Start a reading habit. Start massively socializing and going out Once you have a baseline in terms of development then do some psychedelics to deeply heal yourself and skyrocket yourself. Then you won't need advice anymore since you will be able to set your own path and do great in life.
  2. Question. If we view status as something more "external/superficial", would that mean that we are never loved/like for who we are regardless of "external" things such as money/status/etc. From a women's perspective is the idea of being liked for their personnality regardless of their physical appeareance. Meaning, is this "love" even worth anything, if a women loves me not for my personnality itself but for status and external factors that in theory anyone could develop ? At the end of the day, doesn't that mean that all human relationships are deeply transactional as in " I meet your survival agenda and you meet mine" and this "love" is very conditional and it would be indealistic to believe otherwise ? Then, to make it more "acceptable" we glamourize this truth about "true love" which would bring happiness, etc. And hence, that trying to get unconditional love from another human being is basically a lost cause and we should aim to develop that from spirituality and not from human relationships ? Other things I might create a separate thread for is that - isn't chemistry just a feeling which occurs when survival agendas are compatible ? And what would be the purpose of love infatuation then in terms of survival ?
  3. Well here is your mistake. You did only Ibogaine once and then 5-MEO-DMT once, and got absolutely wrecked by it. A "normal" (it all depends on how you react) mushroom trip can destabilize you deeply for months and even more. This is why you start with small graduate doses and integrate it, slowly, over years with many several trips. Then, you try different psychedelics to see how they feel. You want to carefully place a little bit of dynamite here and there in your mine to dig deeper/faster and discover the gold - not throw a ton of it randomly and crumble everything.
  4. @Death_ Just wondering, why do you consider Keepass not to be future proof ?
  5. @Noahsteelers34 Don't do anything rash. You're very young and you have no idea about what you're doing yet. You can go to college and explore any interests and life purposes you might have on the side. It is important to have structure to grow and it will provide you with security and the right opportunities to develop further. With 2000 dollars in Miami you're most likely just going to be robbed, broken, finish in the streets and become a junkie. It's a horribly bad plan. Apologize to your parents and get back a track. You have your entire life to strategicaly pursue your life purpose. Don't throw it all away on a whim.
  6. According to wikipedia, psylocibin mushrooms are somewhat legal in Austria - you might want to explore that ! Truffles are also fully legal in the Netherlands !
  7. Here's the first iteration of my own breakfast smoothie. Before you ask, no, you can't add rum to the mix I put the following ingredients in the blender: Some pineapple, several slices, usually about a quarter of the pineapple Some mango, not too much because you need to be careful with the sugar Coconut milk with no additives Coconut yoghurt - Abbot Kiney with probiotics Golden flaxseeds Cashews (because I need calories and fats) Chia seeds Then I will blend everything for a while at max speed and it will give this sweet creamy consistency which ressembles a pina coloda while being paleo, clean (=> Alejando Junger) and overall quite healthy. The only thing is to really watch out with the sugar content of the fruit - don't overdo it. You can add cocoa powder to the mix to make it taste more like chocolate. I will try further iterations and see what good things I can add seamlessly to improve its taste and benefits - I've thought about moringua powder but it's a fine balance. The most annoying part of the production line is having to cut mangoes and pineapples, I will explore options of batch freezing those for several days so that process is simplified and report back. Sourcing high quality fruit, seeds and core ingredients is also something I will look into, altough it might be more complicated for such exotic fruits. Anyways, your feedback is very welcome !
  8. @Gesundheit2 Thank you for your elegant answer I still wonder if some part of it is "set in stone" or rather certain tendencies that are more authentic towards which we will gravitate regardless of our life experience and the survival challenges. Certain core qualities or potential which is there waiting to be manifested and which is not a result of some random life situations. Like, as if you would always hate the taste of celery regardless of you having tasted it or not - if you taste it, you would still hate it. Or some very deep intellectual trait or personnality trait such as mental resilience, or curiosity which would not be cultivated naturally. We would all be too much alike if it were only the result of our circumstances, don't you think ?
  9. In the process of discovering who I am very deeply and authentically, what I truly want and my preferences, I came accross the idea that I could in theory like anything and that my identity is extremely fluid. The deal is I have a rather deep understanding of relativity, and I understand that most, perhaps all - hence this question, preferences/wants/needs/desires are linked to my survival agenda and my upbringing which is totaly arbitrary and random (unless you believe in souls/reincarnations etc.) In a certain way, if my current personality and desires are relative to the experiences I had, I could simply have OTHER experiences to have a different personnality and desires ! Thus, how do you determine something to be true for you if it's always relative to your experience ? Just use the arbitrary set of experiences you had up until now ? I know my question borders on mental masturbation but if you really need to commit to a certain path of mastery and be very serious it's must be something you deeply like and thus really understand want you truly desire. So Is there really something set in stone in my personality which I need to discover ? How do I shed light on that ?
  10. Then could it be that one might feel a huge amount of resistance about actualizing their life purpose and something they're deeply passionate about - to the extent they feel less excited/motivated to work on it - simply because of the pricetag of dealing with fear, lack of security and discomfort that comes with doing so and the inner growth required ?
  11. I've been contemplating this for a while and I definitely hit a new barrier in my development, and this one might as well be my treshold guardian. For context, I would peg myself - spiral dynamics wise - big part orange, a good chunk of green which is still growing and some yellow on the cognitive side. Regardless of all of the work I've done on myself I seem to have a very deep ingraned stage blue agenda inherited from my parents, which defines what a "normal" and "good" life would be : University, a long term partner, marriage, children and a nice job. Something structured and conventional - while I am not at all conventional, and I have a very strong personnality and my own way of doing things, including many many things stage blue wouldn't even consider such as doing psychedelics. I've been doing this work for a while, including a lot of reading, yoga, meditation for 5 years + , healthy eating, working out, nootropics, in short I'm a freaking good student of personnal development and I'm bloody serious about it. Now, any time I consider going against this stage blue agenda, such as becoming a writer and blossoming as myself - but thus having a non conventional job I am blocked. Some part of me will deeply resist it and I won't be able to make any progress. Same can be said about when I consider leaving my long term partner : on one had, when I watch netflix with her, I get a existential crisis on how unhappy I am with this whole situation, and then, on another day, how I am lucky to just be with her and have a long term partner. This reference point of what a "good" life could be is extremely limiting BUT on an emotional level it's still running me and I want to be free of it. To some extent, It's living according to my parent's expectations (and thus their stage blue agenda) which gives me comfort and security, but is at all not fulfilling. I'm not living with them anymore and I wanna fully blossom and allow myself to be fully myself. I already plan on taking psychedelics to work trough this but any help would be appreciated as well.
  12. Make sure you have enough electrolytes and minerals - those help with water absorption.
  13. Thanks for the feedback I'm more worried about efficiency, since a stick of charcoal is not the same as an actual filter through which water passes. I don't see how a stick hanging arround would hold the heavy metals and such especially if used several times. I should look up some studies. Also, Honestly, Britta is not very cheap either They have even specific engineering so you can use only britta filters on britta products.
  14. Hello Everyone, I was wondering if you had any experience with Binchotan charcoal sticks for water filtration purposes ? I would imagine there is a lot of fancy marketing around it to cater to stage green as I have not read anything positive about their efficiency yet, but I'd love to be proven wrong in case they have any benefits. Thoughts ?
  15. As a general rule, don't buy girls anything unless you sleep with them or are dating them. If you're on a date and/or there is some clear sexual tension and attraction - buying drinks is okay. If they are interested they will often reciprocate and buy you a drink as well afterwards (at least in Europe). If you buy her something and she's explicitely asks for something else, leave her. Don't expect your dates to work straight out of the box. Some of the girls you meet will be completely crazy and or might exploit you. That's related to their not so good personality and you should aim to screen those.