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Mental celibacy is something I am ready to achieve once and for all. This isn't just semen retention, but a renewance of the mind.

 

I want to get rid of all of my lust habits and open my mind and heart more to the universe in and around me. 

 

Im going to avoid girls (in a hook up sense) and porn, and with getting rid of my Tv, laptop, and blocking nearly every site on my iPhone I think this is a great starting point.

 

My eating habits are slowly changing since last month. I've been eating a mostly fruit diet, with some falafels. But with thanksgiving this week best believe those fried chicken wings will find its way on my plate *shrugs*..

 

No need in needlessly wasting my semen. It is a living organism and I want to find a woman that would give me a child. Not just a weekend fling. I'm done with those. I need love not lust..

 

Pray for me guys...or just wish me good luck if you're an atheist 😋

 

Give me some tips if you have any as well..

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Okay.  Good luck with your efforts.

 

There are plenty of good women out there so that shouldn't be a problem.  Get rid of those other nasty habits before seriously looking for one though.  You would want to paint a pretty picture of yourself for her.

 

 

 

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Yeah. Whether through sex or masturbation I find it awkward that we ejaculate a living being when we finish. It's just there...kinda disgusting. We're ridding ourselves...of ourselves..

 

I'll be gentle on this path. It takes a lot to rewire and readjust..

 

I hear about guys able to have orgasms without ejaculating. Sounds great, but that's not even something I want to mess with without a loving woman I can build a family with

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6 hours ago, TheCLounge said:

Mental celibacy is something I am ready to achieve once and for all. This isn't just semen retention, but a renewance of the mind.

 

I want to get rid of all of my lust habits and open my mind and heart more to the universe in and around me. 

 

Im going to avoid girls (in a hook up sense) and porn, and with getting rid of my Tv, laptop, and blocking nearly every site on my iPhone I think this is a great starting point.

 

My eating habits are slowly changing since last month. I've been eating a mostly fruit diet, with some falafels. But with thanksgiving this week best believe those fried chicken wings will find its way on my plate *shrugs*..

 

No need in needlessly wasting my semen. It is a living organism and I want to find a woman that would give me a child. Not just a weekend fling. I'm done with those. I need love not lust..

 

Pray for me guys...or just wish me good luck if you're an atheist 😋

 

Give me some tips if you have any as well..

 

yeah  I do have a tip ....  no point dumping your lappie if you don't dump your  iphone  .  What would be the point of that ?     Get rid of your iphone !

 

I never got one in the first place ......    and I will not be getting one .   This laptop I am on now is a friends ... she has another one she doesn't use, an iphone, a tablet,  a kindle  ....   and she is a hippie !    

 

Spoiler

Image result for two old men talking

 

"Damn stupid kids nowadays. On the bus yesterday

there was one so focused on his Iphone and texting

 

..... I stole his wallet and he never realised  !

 

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1 hour ago, Nungali said:

 

yeah  I do have a tip ....  no point dumping your lappie if you don't dump your  iphone  .  What would be the point of that ?     Get rid of your iphone !

 

I never got one in the first place ......    and I will not be getting one .   This laptop I am on now is a friends ... she has another one she doesn't use, an iphone, a tablet,  a kindle  ....   and she is a hippie !    

 

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Image result for two old men talking

 

"Damn stupid kids nowadays. On the bus yesterday

there was one so focused on his Iphone and texting

 

..... I stole his wallet and he never realised  !

 

I need the phone for my job. Unfortunately a smartphone is needed. Everything is blocked. I couldn't access it if I wanted to

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It's very good that you know what you want in life. That's the first step...next step is learning what it takes to get where you want. Step after that is to start doing what it takes.

If you try really hard to avoid something, and your plans fail, be easy on yourself. Sex is a strong force of nature, we're only human.

Semen retention is not a prerequisite to being in a good and loving relationship...but in my view, working on how responsible you are toward yourself and others is.

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22 hours ago, TheCLounge said:

I need the phone for my job. Unfortunately a smartphone is needed. Everything is blocked. I couldn't access it if I wanted to

 

Oh yeah ... that's how I ended up with my first mobile .... on a crew of 600  there were only 2  ( me and  head producer ) that didn't have a number on the call sheet. Get  one or loose your job ....  actually, that's how I first ended up with an email address too.  

 

Now I am retired , they won't be able to force me to join Facebook , or some other horror.  

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1 hour ago, TheCLounge said:

Yes. Blocking The internet is something that will help a lot. Need a break from it

 

Taking a long walk is good

 

 

Image result for man sitting by river

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2 minutes ago, Nungali said:

 

Taking a long walk is good

 

 

Image result for man sitting by river

 

I trust you didn't crop the photo to remove a car parked just to the right of the "resting" hiker. lol

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....  oh yeah ...     work .   ( Might not be possible in the USA , if that's where you are ; I had a friend come over here  - took him 10 years in one job to earn a third week annual vacation - WTF ?    My job, back then; first year  6 weeks annual leave, - randomly staggered if one wanted . 10 extra days off per year.  But I never been that keen on  'jobs' 

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24 minutes ago, cold said:

 

I trust you didn't crop the photo to remove a car parked just to the right of the "resting" hiker. lol

 

 

No  ...

 

 

... its behind him on the road

 

 

 

Image result for expensive sports car

 

....  that bag on his back contains his laptop .

 

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Live the life that you know it brings you stability, serenity and joy. Learn how to enjoy a meal, a book and nature. Whatever you like in nature, do it and explore even more. Some of the gadgets are okay to have some others as cel and laptop can be necessary. If you were in China, you wouldn't have as much access to stuff you find in the west. And one important advice I can only tell you by experience, learn how to eat properly to learn your body better. Feed yourself with the right nutrients. It is a hit and miss until you learn how your skin, your eyes, tongue, muscles, bones tell you how it feels.

HTH

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About 15 years ago I was addicted to one of those MMORPG online video games. I wasted probably 50 hours a week for several years playing it. It almost ruined my life.

 

Online communities are very powerful, but they are also illusory. We have many "friends" but we are still sitting alone in our room. Oftentimes it is the online community that is addictive more than the subject of the community.

 

In the end I was able to break my addiction by only playing the game in off-line single-player mode. I found that without the online community the game gradually lost much of its appeal. Eventually I was able to drop it altogether, which is good, because I never would have met my wife were I hooked on that game.

 

How does this relate to the OP? As strange as it sounds, you may want to invest in a few old-fashioned paper magazines (you know the kind) while eliminating all online and video distractions from your life. That may be easier than going cold-turkey. You may find that paper magazines are not nearly as addicting and the desires begin to naturally fade with time.

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On 23.11.2017 at 9:59 PM, Lost in Translation said:

About 15 years ago I was addicted to one of those MMORPG online video games. I wasted probably 50 hours a week for several years playing it. It almost ruined my life.

 

Online communities are very powerful, but they are also illusory. We have many "friends" but we are still sitting alone in our room. Oftentimes it is the online community that is addictive more than the subject of the community.

 


 I also played video games, but not so much and only from time to time. But I always had a sense of wasting time after long time spent at play.
When I started practicing qigong and neigong, I absolutely lost the desire to play video games. I just had an internal feeling that it was completely useless and it was like my conscience just did not allow me to waste time on it.

 

By the way, with practice I also refused other bad habits, such as alcohol and tobacco. 

It came very easily, seems like I became more holistic inside, and it push out a lot of unnecessary things.

 

 

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