12 Rules For Monk Mode #5: Play By The Rules

This is the fifth of a 12-part series remixing Jordan Peterson’s book 12 Rules For Life, one chapter a week to coincide with the 12 weeks remaining for my one year celibacy vow. We can argue all we like, but the fact is we have new rules in our society. Why else did we go MGTOW? The legal rulesContinue reading “12 Rules For Monk Mode #5: Play By The Rules”

12 Rules of Monk Mode #4: See With New Eyes

This is the fourth of a 12-part series remixing Jordan Peterson’s book 12 Rules For Life, one chapter a week to coincide with the 12 weeks remaining for my one year celibacy vow. “When we are very young, we are neither individual nor informed. We have not had the time nor gained the wisdom to develop our own standards.Continue reading “12 Rules of Monk Mode #4: See With New Eyes”

12 Rules of Monk Mode #3: Only Seek Your Power

This is the third of a 12-part series remixing Jordan Peterson’s book 12 Rules For Life, one chapter a week to coincide with the 12 weeks remaining for my one year celibacy vow. “When you dare aspire upward, you reveal the inadequacy of the present and the promise of the future. Then you disturb others, in the depths ofContinue reading “12 Rules of Monk Mode #3: Only Seek Your Power”

12 Rules for Monk Mode #2: Walk The Narrow Way

This is the second of a 12-part series remixing Jordan Peterson’s book 12 Rules For Life, one chapter a week to coincide with the 12 weeks remaining for my one year celibacy vow. In the previous episode of this series, we detached from the pursuit of women using the Taoist Order & Chaos dynamic, as men being theContinue reading “12 Rules for Monk Mode #2: Walk The Narrow Way”

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

This is the first of a 12-part series, where I will be remixing one chapter a week of Jordan Peterson’s book 12 Rules For Life, to coincide with the 12 weeks remaining for my one year celibacy vow. “It is also a mistake to conceptualize nature romantically. Rich, modern city-dwellers, surrounded by hot, baking concrete,Continue reading “12 Rules For (Monk Mode) Life: #1 – Live Like The Lobster”

Responding to Comments – Celebrating 20 Videos Published

Back at it again with another milestone, another review of comments. First off, let’s get all the bullshit out of the way. THE FUCKING SPAMMERS The first bot spotted was Logan. Then, Bananarama gassed me up on the Third Act Freestyle video I did, but this one I actually fell for since I was aContinue reading “Responding to Comments – Celebrating 20 Videos Published”

Just Dropped My First Freestyle

If you’ve been following my YouTube, BitChute, and MGTOW.tv channels, you would have learned I’m a huge fan of Chad Marco’s music, as well as the review I did of the Robot Music Vol.9002 Mixtape. He released a new instrumental two days ago, and I started practicing some free-styling: Been in the lab / CookingContinue reading “Just Dropped My First Freestyle”

1 Year Celibacy Update – 98 Days Remaining

I have chosen no better time than now to already have been in celibate monk mode for the past several months now, as the lifestyle has served as training for what life would become during lock down before it actually happened. However, I wouldn’t say my practice has completely insulated me from the social distancingContinue reading “1 Year Celibacy Update – 98 Days Remaining”

41 Articles Celebration: Responding To Comments!

It’s that time again! I now have a total of five platforms I publish my content on, so that’s five times the chance for more comments. I’ll be shouting out and responding to all of them here, even if I replied already. I’ll also provide some extra backstory to some of the articles referenced hereContinue reading “41 Articles Celebration: Responding To Comments!”

The Virtue of Youth: Brahmacharya, and The “Jeff Goldblum” Method

The deeper I go into Monk Mode, the more I lose the fear I mentioned having in Finding The Wall. 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, whetherContinue reading “The Virtue of Youth: Brahmacharya, and The “Jeff Goldblum” Method”