Staying Out of Trouble: Rethinking No-Fap

Originally published on March 26, 2021 on my Publish0x blog. I tried the No Fap experiment during my celibacy vow last year. I used it as a tool for self-mastery, attempting to dissect everything about my desire.  In conclusion, while I think the practice is still useful in particular cases, for the most part IContinue reading “Staying Out of Trouble: Rethinking No-Fap”

12 Rules For (Monk Mode) Life: #1 – Live Like The Lobster

NOTE: This chapter is outdated, and has been revised in the complete version of the book The Thirteen Chambers of Monk Mode along with seven new exclusive chapters. You can find out more information about the book here: https://moonbasemgtow.wordpress.com/2021/07/30/my-book-membership-groups-available-now/ “It is also a mistake to conceptualize nature romantically. Rich, modern city-dwellers, surrounded by hot, bakingContinue reading “12 Rules For (Monk Mode) Life: #1 – Live Like The Lobster”

Functional Nihilism and Creative Hedonism

If you’ve read an earlier article of mine, The Nature of Reality and The Meaning of Life, you would know my core philosophy lies in nihilism, but I suppose it’s a bit unfair to drop a black pill like that without at least explaining how to navigate this new realm with out a floor beneathContinue reading “Functional Nihilism and Creative Hedonism”

Learning How To DM I – Recognizing Player Intent

I promise, I’m going to go back to our regularly scheduled MGTOW & Philosophy programming soon, but D&D is still dominating my creative focus, so I’m making back-to-back content for it. If you don’t know what the hell these acronyms are, D&D = the tabletop fantasy RPG game Dungeons & Dragons, and a DM isContinue reading “Learning How To DM I – Recognizing Player Intent”

Finding The Wall: Plateaued Productivity and Leaving Monk Mode

I was afraid when I first started Monk Mode. I was afraid that I would find toiling away in solitude more preferable to socializing in mainstream society, and that I would find some knowledge, whether about myself or about the world, that would never allow me to return to normal everyday relationships with friends, family,Continue reading “Finding The Wall: Plateaued Productivity and Leaving Monk Mode”

Creativity Is Leisure: Why You Should Consume Only What You Intend To Create

Photo Credit: Kaspar Eligitis The average individual’s definition of “relaxing” after a long day at work is coming home and watching TV. I see a problem with this, because the first thing you look forward to after spending the whole day producing for someone else, is to now consume from someone else. Retreating to entertainmentContinue reading “Creativity Is Leisure: Why You Should Consume Only What You Intend To Create”