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Theboywhoreversedhimself wrote:everyone is fuck ugly and we are all just pretending

My friend this should be a title to a film or song or merch


If it was a song, then it might be one of Father John Misty's, that sounds like one of his titles! :wink:
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Haha cool, I've not heard much of misty's music. I love Duncan Trussel his comedian friends podcast the family hour.

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Theboywhoreversedhimself wrote:I find depression is like signal flow. You need clear connections. To keep clear connections. Hydrate. Drink lots of water. Drink a pint of water, even two. Meditation. Breathing is a healer. I read the real way to breathe is just through your nose. I've practised this for two weeks and can confirm it keeps me stablisied. Good stuff.

Welcome to the board! Meditation and hydration are definitely two grounders that I keep in mind when I'm feeling off in any way, physically or mentally! :)
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Dehydration and intermediate fasting are also helpful. It taps in our primal memory, when the most common state human were experiencing were hunger and cold. People in our days usually consume much more energy, than they needed. This is why weigh cutting is so common in professional sports, cause it can really elevate your results. Both, physically and mentally.
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Welcome to the board! Meditation and hydration are definitely two grounders that I keep in mind when I'm feeling off in any way, physically or mentally! :)

Thanks for the welcome dude, yes man essential to the feel-goods. Also recently I found running your hands under running water for twenty seconds, takes the edge off, we all know there are different kinds of anxiety so see if you find you're its just sitting there on your chest, run your tap, I find hot water especially is tremendous but no difference with cold, and yes, a quiet magick happens. it just dissapears.

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Dehydration and intermediate fasting are also helpful. It taps in our primal memory, when the most common state human were experiencing were hunger and cold. People in our days usually consume much more energy, than they needed. This is why weigh cutting is so common in professional sports, cause it can really elevate your results. Both, physically and mentally.

Yes, very true Arvy, they both are a powerful combination, contrasting wins ultimately. See because of dehydration that's why I'm now so into hydration, or at least understand its importance in feeling good, I just drink water after coffee cups are consumed. But it really got me into the water during a manic period, I'm not manic but I think I'm on the hyperactive disorder spectrum and this period was just overload man, it was cos of dehydration but I didn't realise that until like the last resort I downed a pint of water so fast, and that was it, elevated my mood and I got water high but yeah fasting is so important and I learned that when I was well, hadn't eaten in a couple of days and I felt tremendous albeit still not well but I realised had fasted without realising it.

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I never thought about how washing your hands could be used to calm down, but looking back, yes, it does kind of provide a reset. Looking back, yes, this does happen! The same with showers (not all the time for me, though).

That reminds me of how when you walk into a different room that you sometimes forget what you came in the room for because your brain does a little recalibration when you pass through the doorway into another room, which can cause that temporary absent-mindedness. (I don't know if this has ever been proven true, but I've heard it forever) .
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I never thought about how washing your hands could be used to calm down, but looking back, yes, it does kind of provide a reset. Looking back, yes, this does happen! The same with showers (not all the time for me, though).

Yes man, it's not always but a good sometimes this water remedy, it's funny that it might depend on the anxiety, which I spoke about signal flow - follow it and see what stems the anxiety, I think if it's outside anxiety, from someone else or the environment then the water works a treat if the anxiety is inner then it's more needed like after care, the breathing, the downing of a pint of water seems to elevate, sometimes just saying no the feelings I find especially work.s

That reminds me of how when you walk into a different room that you sometimes forget what you came in the room for because your brain does a little recalibration when you pass through the doorway into another room, which can cause that temporary absent-mindedness. (I don't know if this has ever been proven true, but I've heard it forever) .

totally, this temporary amnesiac state haha turns into a little noir mystery 'what am i here, who am i'

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A psychologically tested belief of our time is that the central nervous system which feeds its impulses directly to the brain, the conscious and subconscious, is unable to discern between the real and the vividly imagined experience, if there is a difference, and most of us believe there is. To experience the now without preconception or belief and to allow the unknown to occur and occur requires clarity, but where there is clarity there is no choice, and where there is choice there is misery. But then why should anyone listen to me, Or should I speak, Since I know nothing?
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A psychologically tested belief of our time is that the central nervous system which feeds its impulses directly to the brain, the conscious and subconscious, is unable to discern between the real and the vividly imagined experience, if there is a difference, and most of us believe there is. To experience the now without preconception or belief and to allow the unknown to occur and occur requires clarity, but where there is clarity there is no choice, and where there is choice there is misery. But then why should anyone listen to me, Or should I speak, Since I know nothing?

I have no idea how to answer that dude, you speak as we all do, and I agree we all know nothing but talking about depression is a medication in itself, it's liberating in a way to unload as fonts what ales the body/mind when you say 'To experience the now without preconception or belief and to allow the unknown to occur and occur requires clarity, but where there is clarity there is no choice, and where there is choice there is misery' it's almost a trap in that kind of thinking, you're going for extreme ends of a spectrum, whereas I know fuck all brother, I use a john balance from coil lyric from the song going up. 'It just is'

So I define that lyric as a mantra - it just is - it's allowing all possibilities to be as there are and withing the possibilities are all the choices, regardless if they are poorly chosen or exceed upon any level, it doesn't matter. the fact that there is no fear in that node 'it just is' is a liberating belief, and you can watch the universe fold upon itself through this earth experience and just go right cool, that's how that happened, what comes next. in between transcending the feelings, whether they are good, bad, alright, shite, allow the signal flow to start and end before continuing to the next chapter.

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rodox_head wrote:A psychologically tested belief of our time is that the central nervous system which feeds its impulses directly to the brain, the conscious and subconscious, is unable to discern between the real and the vividly imagined experience, if there is a difference, and most of us believe there is. To experience the now without preconception or belief and to allow the unknown to occur and occur requires clarity, but where there is clarity there is no choice, and where there is choice there is misery. But then why should anyone listen to me, Or should I speak, Since I know nothing?


I have no idea how to answer that dude, you speak as we all do, and I agree we all know nothing but talking about depression is a medication in itself, it's liberating in a way to unload as fonts what ales the body/mind when you say 'To experience the now without preconception or belief and to allow the unknown to occur and occur requires clarity, but where there is clarity there is no choice, and where there is choice there is misery' it's almost a trap in that kind of thinking, you're going for extreme ends of a spectrum, whereas I know fuck all brother, I use a john balance from coil lyric from the song going up. 'It just is'

So I define that lyric as a mantra - it just is - it's allowing all possibilities to be as there are and withing the possibilities are all the choices, regardless if they are poorly chosen or exceed upon any level, it doesn't matter. the fact that there is no fear in that node 'it just is' is a liberating belief, and you can watch the universe fold upon itself through this earth experience and just go right cool, that's how that happened, what comes next. in between transcending the feelings, whether they are good, bad, alright, shite, allow the signal flow to start and end before continuing to the next chapter.


It's a line from the movie Head, I'm just being goofy. Although I do like to quote the last bit a lot and have taken it as my own mantra, essentially meaning the same as "It just is" is to you. I see the world as mostly nonsensical and up to anyone's interpretation, but thinking too much about things beyond one's control is just going to lead to involuntary self-destruction. I realize that because I am a mere blip in the void, my "wisdom" does not, and should not, carry any intrinsic meaning to anyone else. The world is a blank canvas, the depression comes when I question who's really holding the brush, and I let others tell me "I know nothing" rather than myself.

...or maybe Jack Nicholson was just high when he wrote that.
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It's a line from the movie Head, I'm just being goofy. Although I do like to quote the last bit a lot and have taken it as my own mantra, essentially meaning the same as "It just is" is to you. I see the world as mostly nonsensical and up to anyone's interpretation, but thinking too much about things beyond one's control is just going to lead to involuntary self-destruction. I realize that because I am a mere blip in the void, my "wisdom" does not, and should not, carry any intrinsic meaning to anyone else. The world is a blank canvas, the depression comes when I question who's really holding the brush, and I let others tell me "I know nothing" rather than myself.

...or maybe Jack Nicholson was just high when he wrote that

alas I did not see the movie head I apologise for not seeing your humour dude, so that went whoosh! over my hairline haha but cool, I didn't even know Jack was in that film, been meaning to watch it for some time.

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Really enjoying watching these funny "reject modernity, embrace strength" videos, this is by far my favourite, lol. Anyone tried nofap, heard this really can elevate your mental state. Personally some time ago was probably on a 90 days of it, was running half marathon at that time, was feeling very calm, almost meditating.

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arvy wrote:Really enjoying watching these funny "reject modernity, embrace strength" videos, this is by far my favourite, lol. Anyone tried nofap, heard this really can elevate your mental state. Personally some time ago was probably on a 90 days of it, was running half marathon at that time, was feeling very calm, almost meditating.

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Nofap is more like going vegan without even trying plain vegetarian first to me. Like it's really only going to be broken due to viewing it as black and white, rather than just not letting yourself believe it controls you.
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