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    Default What enlightening book(s) did you read?

    What enlightening book(s) did you read?

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    Default Re: What enlightening book(s) did you read?

    Did anybody read the book "feeling good: the new mood therapy"?

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    Default Re: What enlightening book(s) did you read?

    The most enlightening thing I have ever "read" is Tyler Durden's "Real Social Dynamics". It's a series that lasts about twenty hours, and the material in there revolutionized my thinking and transformed me into a person that I could live with.

    Other great works that have changed my thought process includes anything written by Derek Rake, the 50th Law, and Men are from Mars.

    On a last note, no I have not read that book, but by the title I think it covers virtually the same thing that RSD does: inner mentality.
    "There is no better than adversity. Every defeat, every heartbreak, every loss, contains its own seed, its own lesson on how to improve your performance the next time." - Malcolm X

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    Default Re: What enlightening book(s) did you read?

    Yeah watch all of the blueprint and im reading eckart tolle a new earth its on tylers reading list about letting go of outcome and separating and recognizing when your ego comes into play. These mindsets are constantly strengthened in the field and will take down the path I really want. I feel I am guarenteed with action to succeed.
    What you need will not come quickly. WHAT YOU NEED TO DO IS WHAT YOU FEAR. Take comfort that what you seek is there. But you will NEVER have it if you keep being a p$ssy.

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    Default Re: What enlightening book(s) did you read?

    Im re-reading The Attraction Code a year after i read it the first time, and now that i have more experiences to relate to the book, it is really putting a lot of pieces together

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    Default Re: What enlightening book(s) did you read?

    I only really read the game and the rules of the game.

    They both changed my life because it was the moment I realised I could learn social skills and I wasn't doomed haha.

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    Default Re: What enlightening book(s) did you read?

    A book I recommend is Hangover Square by Patrick Hamilton (I've mentioned it in another post.)

    It's a fictional story about a guy in London, just before the breakout of WWII. He finds himself trapped in a group of people he feels compelled to socialise with. All of it is over a girl. The guy gets messed up, developing severe oneitis.

    He tries to overcome it by getting preoccupied in hobbies and tries to spend as much time apart from the girl. As mentioned in my post about oneitis, these things have helped.

    The flipside of the book is how not to do things. I've had my moments of being a walkover with women, I'm sure most of us have, but this guy is a f*cking p*ssy. He gives the girl money and just buckles to her will constantly.

    For anyone who has experienced this it's definitely worth a read.
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    Default Re: What enlightening book(s) did you read?

    Quote Originally Posted by Devil_dog View Post
    (...) im reading eckart tolle a new earth (...)
    "The power of now", from the same author. Basically a book about enlightenment I read a few months after opening my own consciousness to a spiritual perception of the world. I've always been an atheist (and kinda still am) but now I see things differently and this book is pretty much a deeper explanation of what I have come to understand by myself.

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    Default Re: What enlightening book(s) did you read?

    http://www.puaforums.com/recommended...ded-books.html

    that should give you a good idea of some of the best books out there, though don't get too caught up in reading without doing fieldwork


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