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|Re: The Redpill Constitution (bitter truths) by Dpsychologist: 4:30pm On Nov 10|
Double standards; cont
When you help a friend to quit smoking before they get lung cancer, you are considered a good-friend helping someone with a health risk behavior.
But when you tell a friend he needs to change his approach to women which is a reason for his lack of satisfaction and that he needs to change his outlook, look better and feel better, then you are a ‘shallow’ prick and insensitive to his ‘problem’.
If just being yourself is good advice why don't you just sit at home enjoying yourself and then a hot babe will come and bang you.
After all you are only being yourself and she should “love you for who you are”, right? If this were the case, the conditions that define your personality are incongruous with attracting and/or maintaining a relationship with someone whose conditions are not your own.
JBY is an operative social convention that aids hypergamy.
Women are only too happy to endorse and reinforce JBY for the conscious reasoning that it ‘sounds like the right thing to say’.
It’s an unassailable position; who wouldn’t want you to be you?
They posit that If what counts is all on the inside then anyone telling you to change must be manipulating you for their own selfish reasons.
This dovetails nicely into the popularized fat-acceptance self-acceptance mantra most women will fall back on when the impact of the Wall begins to manifest itself in their physiques and they want to be loved for “who they are” rather than what they used to look like.
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|Re: The Redpill Constitution (bitter truths) by Dpsychologist: 5:44pm On Nov 10|
|Re: The Redpill Constitution (bitter truths) by Dpsychologist: 5:46pm On Nov 10|
Whatever is worth knowing is worth knowing well. As such, it is in one’s interest to accrue as much knowledge as possible in order to increase their power potential. —Dpsychologist
Knowledge is not power but power potential, and rather it is the application of knowledge and not knowledge itself that constitutes power .
There are so many great books to read and so many interesting topics to discover, that there simply isn’t enough time to absorb it all.
Thus, when one is voracious for knowledge they must make choices in what they learn, and then strive to absorb what they have deemed worthy of learning as quickly as they can humanly learn it.
The more time one spends learning any specific thing, the less time they have left on the Earth to learn other things. And those things you’re not learning could be, unbeknownst to you, more conducive to your personal power than the things you have chosen to learn.
Slower more accurate choices are superior to quicker and more sloppily made ones. And so in light of this there’s an even greater argument to be made: that in the pursuit of growth, it is better to simply make a decision than it is to make none at all, for even in failure there is education, whilst in stagnation there is little besides regret and the illusion of safety.
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|Re: The Redpill Constitution (bitter truths) by Dpsychologist: 5:50pm On Nov 10|
Reading v. Experience :
Experience is vital in matters of the heart and the body, but it’s not the be-all and end-all. Simply put, experience is overrated, for there’s not enough time in this life to experience everything to the degree sufficient enough to master it.
This is why we have specialisation, for it is better to be a master of one trade than a layman in all.
This is also why we compress time in the form of books, for they allow us to derive the core lessons of a thing without requiring us to invest the time necessary to fully experience it.
Life is literally too short to experience everything to the degree necessary for a man to truly understand and master it, for beyond a certain level of proficiency, one falls victim to the law of diminishing returns.
The power of books lies in their ability to have us learn from those who have already invested the time to become an expert at a thing, they are almost like surrogate mentors if you will. As such, they are time-saving devices, although in the heat of immediacy many do not view books as such because they can take considerable time to ingest.
Nonetheless, irrespective of the time it takes a man to read a particularly lengthy and intricate book, it would take him even longer to live the things the writer did in order to form a conclusion of equal authority.
Personal experience is inefficient because you do a lot of things that don’t work in order to discover what does, whereas the success derived from the experience of others can be distilled into knowledge that saves you from making the mistakes necessary to arrive at the same conclusion.
Books that draw knowledge from a wide data pool can pattern recognise trends to derive principles, and these principles can in turn be used by the uninitiated to increase their odds of success such as the Red pill philosophy
It is this macro approach to knowledge which allows a person to draw inferences with a level of accuracy that would be simply impossible to derive were they reliant solely on personal experience.
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|Re: The Redpill Constitution (bitter truths) by Dpsychologist: 5:52pm On Nov 10|
I’m not trying to debase the necessity of experience for it certainly has value, undoubtedly a great many thing requires experience in order to be truly understood.
However, there are only so many experiences a person can have, and one’s experiences are often incomplete in the sense that they’re the byproducts of inability rather than achievement.
Likewise, people of greater mind can teach us things we don’t notice, or struggle to articulate and consciously understand.
Reading not only saves us time, but more importantly it allows us to pierce the universe more deeply than if we were to remain unlettered. It is this quality of the book that makes it irreplaceably additive to one’s time on this Earth.
This is the value of secondhand knowledge, and unlike experience, it is often undervalued owing to its indirect and vicarious nature.
I think this to be incorrect, and rather that it is the unread experience junkie who is the fool rather than the individual who complements their living with the wisdom and discoveries of men greater than they.
To give an example I’m sure most of you will relate to, a divorced man knows enough about marriage to accurately forewarn younger men of the risks inherent to the endeavour.
One need not actually go and get married and undergo the same pains, trials and tribulations that millions of other men have in order to validate the finding.
This would not only be extremely deleterious to one’s mental health, but likewise a terrible use of their time.
This notion really exemplifies how knowledge can trump experience in educating one on “what not to do”, for when a person has internalised a long list of what they shouldn’t be doing, the number of mistakes necessary to get where they want to go is reduced exponentially.
To find the answers on how to specifically do a thing, a person need merely repeatedly attempt a thing whilst altering their approach with each iteration. But to discover what not to do and decrease the odds of failure from the get go, this is where reading provides quite an advantage.
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|Re: The Redpill Constitution (bitter truths) by Dpsychologist: 6:24pm On Nov 10|
The Art of Summary
Rather than constantly read books, you can look for people who have gone to the effort of fully understanding a book, plucking out its gems and explaining what they mean in a summarised manner. This way, youcan profit from their time investment and learn exactly what they’ve learned in only a fraction of the time.
This is what you are benefitting from this thread. From my years of experience with the red pill, real life encounter, books, blogs and articles i have read i succeeded in summarising my red pill knowledge into sections i called the red pill constitution. It is left for you to now to practice what you learn before the knowledge becomes power.
Books condense life, but summaries condense books, reading or at least actively listening to summaries given by people who have already fully read a text is something that will provide you with the greatest intellectual return in the shortest amount of time.
I believe very few people are doing this, and that yet this one thing alone can give a man a great edge in this game we call life.
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|Re: The Redpill Constitution (bitter truths) by Dpsychologist: 6:31pm On Nov 10|
If you’re not improving, you’re not growing and if you’re not growing, you’re losing. By speeding up your rate of learning, you vastly increase your chances of success. Don’t hold yourself back. —IM
This is the beauty of the digital age, if you know where to look, you can find time-saving services that would simply not have been possible before the advent of the internet.
1. Podcasts are an obvious place to begin streamlining the learning process. The only drawback with podcasts is the advertising and predominance of socialising acts. Podcasts are more semi-educational easy listening than they are concentrated catalysts for self-growth.
2. Audio summaries: an audio summary is a person summarising the key points of a text they’ve read and articulating these findings to the listener.
The advantage audio summaries have over podcasts is how the speaker directly delivers the information absent of little distraction you can expect from podcasts.
3. Video Summaries: Just like in audio summary but in form of a video. I was unable to read, The 50th law by robert greene as such i went to youtube i got a 1hour summary of the book and i must say i learn alot.
3. Text summaries. Text summaries are superior to audio summaries because audio can play in the background whilst you do other things as such you could be distracted
Text on the other hand demands your full attention to be imbibed.
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|Re: The Redpill Constitution (bitter truths) by Dpsychologist: 7:28pm On Nov 10|
By this we have come to the end of the self improvement section.
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|Re: The Redpill Constitution (bitter truths) by incredible2017: 7:46pm On Nov 10|
Before now I used to be one of the greatest simp, If I should be given a degree, I should be given doctorate degree in simping, After reading ubunja mis-education, hardons(dating drill), Dpsycologist,Glycolysis and memes from Martinez, my eyes were wide open that girls that do play me, now treats me like a king, those ones that I do beg for the sake of relationship are the one's begging for my number, I no longer care what other people think about the way I live, I just do what I feel is good for me and what I feel is the right thing to do, And the most amusing part is that girls find red pill guys/men irresistible, and will even be the one's that will invest more in the relationship.
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|Re: The Redpill Constitution (bitter truths) by IhateMyDad: 10:01pm On Nov 11|
Dpsychologist:Best part of the trp
Big ups boss
Forever your fan
|Re: The Redpill Constitution (bitter truths) by prodige001: 11:52pm On Nov 11|
I have come to understand that women are biologically HYPERGERMOUS
And men are POLYGAMOUS
hence a man can't be a loser (simp) and achieve polygamy...
as far as a man is a success, his polygamy is viewed as power
But for a man to be a success, polygamy MUST NOT be his goal
And a loser's(simp) attempt to polygamy is treated with great disdain and maliciousness
Women are attracted to men who bewray tendencies of being polygamous( not necessarily practically polygamous)
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|Re: The Redpill Constitution (bitter truths) by Degrezhaa: 7:14am On Nov 12|
Dpsychologist:I think you missed this section...
|Re: The Redpill Constitution (bitter truths) by Kalatium(m): 7:14pm On Nov 13|
prodige001:Men are polygamous
Women are hypergamous
I Love the rhyme bro
|Re: The Redpill Constitution (bitter truths) by Emmynator(m): 7:31pm On Nov 13|
It has been long since Dpsychologist posted. I hope he is fine, is there any one who can confirm?
|Re: The Redpill Constitution (bitter truths) by Dpsychologist: 8:18pm On Nov 13|
Emmynator:I am hale and hearty.
Working on the telegram group
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|Re: The Redpill Constitution (bitter truths) by Dpsychologist: 8:38pm On Nov 13|
Guys telegram group loading...
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|Re: The Redpill Constitution (bitter truths) by JasperVII(m): 8:47pm On Nov 13|
|Re: The Redpill Constitution (bitter truths) by Dpsychologist: 9:40pm On Nov 13|
Telegram group is ready...
Red pill and game lounge
We will discuss indept on red pill and there will be sharing of red pill ebooks, videos, audio, songs etc.
Areas of interest include female nature and their wiles, self-improvement, making money, men challenges etc
This is the group link for this group chat, invite as much people as you can. The limit is 200,000 members. This is a revolution.
Liberating men is the goal:
https://t dot me/joinchat/WIy1NBx7c2dovXHB_ufvEg (replace 'dot' with '.' )
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|Re: The Redpill Constitution (bitter truths) by Kalatium(m): 10:38pm On Nov 13|
|Re: The Redpill Constitution (bitter truths) by teampregar(m): 10:48am On Nov 14|
|Re: The Redpill Constitution (bitter truths) by Emmynator(m): 3:24pm On Nov 14|
Dpsychologist:Good to know.
Hope you will finish this 50 shades redder section, I really like your pill because it follows a sequence.
|Re: The Redpill Constitution (bitter truths) by Kalatium(m): 8:16pm On Nov 14|
|Re: The Redpill Constitution (bitter truths) by Dpsychologist: 8:19pm On Nov 14|
Emmynator:I have been inundated with endless requests for a group which i recently created. However, this doesn't mean this thread will no longer function. We will still continue.
|Re: The Redpill Constitution (bitter truths) by Dpsychologist: 8:20pm On Nov 14|
The feminine imperative is simple term refered as the matrix.
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|Re: The Redpill Constitution (bitter truths) by shayyverr: 6:58am On Nov 15|
Dpsychologist:Nigeria females (our mothers at least can't say for this current generation) are still traditional. Then they made marriage something to look out for and they were the till death do us apart type. Most that divorce don't file for alimony but you see the western women make you dread marriage so much.
|Re: The Redpill Constitution (bitter truths) by Dpsychologist: 8:36am On Nov 15|
Feminism is having a hard time in Nigeria because of our mothers that still believe in traditional roles. Women like Alakija despite being the richest woman in Nigeria still prepares and serves food for her husband.
I read on a blog, where a feminist in Nigeria was complaining that alot of influential Nigerian women are not helping matters and still Believe in traditional roles making feminism difficult in Nigeria.
But for this younger ones they seem to be more stubborn than their mothers.
|Re: The Redpill Constitution (bitter truths) by baiaon(m): 9:02am On Nov 15|
Dpsychologist:Feminism was and still is a massive shit test by women which western men failed completely.The younger generation of Nigerian women seem more stubborn than their past counterparts because the younger generation(even the older generation) of Nigerian men are failing the Nigerian female shit tests
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|Re: The Redpill Constitution (bitter truths) by JasperVII(m): 10:36am On Nov 15|
baiaon:They are the problems we have today. With the rate it's going, I wonder what it will be like in years to come.
|Re: The Redpill Constitution (bitter truths) by baiaon(m): 11:43am On Nov 15|
JasperVII:Thesame way it is in western societies at the moment.Nigerian men will try their best to satisfy Nigerian women in every possible way by giving them their heart's desires while Nigerian women will end up being dissatisfied and resentful of Nigerian men for turning into weaklings due to Nigerian men failing their shit tests
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