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October 16th, 2017
Very proud of myself tonight...
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#71
Dr Feelgood

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Join Date: 04/06/2011 | Posts: 1518

Thorzen wrote:
 It's gone, and instantly, you feel good.

Did you call my name?
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#72

FrancoPUA

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Join Date: 04/28/2011 | Posts: 118

 I love posts like this, so motivating
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#73
Thorzen

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Join Date: 05/01/2012 | Posts: 553

Dr Feelgood wrote:



Thorzen wrote:
 It's gone, and instantly, you feel good.

Did you call my name?
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#74

rej156

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Join Date: 03/14/2012 | Posts: 63

Todd wrote:
I love nights like this that push you, or even sets that push you.  My dream is to run my absolute A++ game and get nowhere with it all night, just running into new obstacles you haven't had before.  Imagine the learning potential in that!
This. Had this two nights ago, constantly cutting these threads in my head
Best rsd principle though was the "There is no rejection, only attraction and no attraction."
Had super powers that night but one of my set literally gave me that heart ripped out feeling haha
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#75

Jake454

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Join Date: 01/05/2011 | Posts: 1117

 Is there really that much of a diffrence between going out 29 nights and missing one day in that rationalizing iv gone out every other day versus sticking it out? what effect does this have on you besides giving you more trust in yourself?
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#76
Maha

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As I can see, Tyler is playing the game. He's not on a "feel good" trip. He's participating in Life with its ups and downs. Or how one of my favorite authors wrote:

"Life is sorrowful. How do you deal with that? You realize the eternal within yourself. You disengange, and yet, reengage. You - and here's the beautiful formula - participate with joy in the sorrows of the world. You play the game. It hurts, but you know that you have found the place that is transcendent of injury and fulfillments. You are there, and that's it." - Joseph Campbell


Gaining "core confidence" means exactly that: being there.
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undercard

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Join Date: 05/03/2011 | Posts: 161

 
thorzen your way of pointing to the truth is nothing short of brilliant kudos to you for that:).....as tyler said he was super tired and hungry which forced him into his head but through the act of persistance or you could even say acceptance of where he was ( the night club) his experience slowly shifted into a more present vibe....so really this is a perfeect example of authenticity...tyler transended the ego so to speak Intent + freedom from outcome kept him there...i think maybe the he worded things made you think otherwise
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hkmt

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 Its a good threat for us to accept the fact that shit nights are fuckin PART OF THE GAME. No matter what happens just try. Its also linked to focusing on the process, if you try your best under any condutions, you are growing....

Thanks Tyler...
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hkmt

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 Its a good threat for us to accept the fact that shit nights are fuckin PART OF THE GAME. No matter what happens just try. Its also linked to focusing on the process, if you try your best under any condutions, you are growing....

Thanks Tyler...
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#80

alexd

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Join Date: 01/04/2012 | Posts: 318

I love those amazing inspirational stories from Tyler, where we see that no one is really cut from a different cloth and that you can really step up and get ridiculous results. However, I think most people (myself included) will not have the ability to push themselves that hard. You really are your worst enemy and rationalizations are so difficult to ignore, since they feel so real. I also think a large part of those nights Tyler has where he hits it up dead tired for 5 hours and then pulls is that he has a bigger purpose behind it - he runs a PU company and has al those people looking up to him. Doing this as a newbie whos goal is to become better socially and get a hot GF can be a bit more difficult.
I'm currently struggling real hard with putting in a lot of effort into this - even if I decide I'm going to do so and so tonight, once I go out it's like the reality is now 'different' and the things I decided to do are no longer in the forefront ot my reality. Then I go home and I'm back to the original reality and I start beating myself up. It's both really simple and easy and real hard - there is no reason why everyone shouldn't be hitting it up for 6 hours every night until they pull - however there's the reality of rationalizations, subconsciously not feeling like it's all worth it and many other things.

BTW, Tyler, what is the longest that you have wandered around the venue, before finally deciding to hit it up?
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