Not enough though.
Rejection Therapy challenge turned out to be easily the hardest thing I've done so far with Hacked Man. I've started up about five new good habits, learned a couple of brand new skills and even started to clean up the apartment a lot more, but hitting 30 rejections in 6 days was way too much.
Me, after spending just one sleepless . . .
on Vimeo. With a request.
So, as the Rejection Therapy challenge seems to make me do silly things, I sang on video and put it on the Internet.
Here's the request that goes with it:
- Watch it.
- Leave a comment with a) something constructive and b) something encouraging.
It's a Finnish folksong called Iltalaulu (Evening Song), arranged by Selim Palmgren (a . . .
Let's do this thing
So, according to the idea in Rejection Therapy, you gain superpowers by getting rejected a bunch of times. Time to try this out.
The original Rejection Therapy is a social game, where the aim is to be rejected at least once a day. You don't actually try to get rejected, but just have to end up in a situation where you get rejected at . . .
Probably not, but you should still check.
Finished Daniel Love's Are You Dreaming? and it was very good. Much inspired. I was looking for a practical book that would have all the basic building blocks to start getting into Lucid Dreaming and Love's book delivered in bundles.
Some tricks and tidbits:
One of the most important tools in the book are Reality . . .
It seems to work!
I've been reading Are You Dreaming? and bumped into a pretty nifty and simple memory hack in it. Before this I've never been interested in memory hacks at all. I've had pretty good memory for remembering useful stuff (except names!) to begin with and haven't really needed mnemonics for anything. Using up tons of time and . . .
Subtle, enjoyable, no enlightenment yet
Thoughts on meditation. I have some 12 sessions behind me now. No cosmic wisdoms have made themselves apparent, but it's a cool hobby, nonetheless.
I've been testing out different situations and using binaural beats and no beats with meditation and sadly I haven't really noticed any patterns yet. The one main takeaway I have at . . .
Dream journal and lucid dreaming
I've started multiple dream journals and at one point did a bunch of lucid dreaming. Both turned out the be pretty easy and pretty fun. They just were again something that I couldn't keep up. I always read a bit of Freud's The Interpretation of Dreams, got excited about interpreting dreams and writing them down and then I stop . . .