The New Man
The most recently developed part of the brain is called the “neo-cortex“.
In the movie The Matrix the main character was called “Neo“.
He would eventually become “The One”.
In this Brave New World that we are living in we must all become “New Men“.
We must re-invent ourselves to become our own personal saviors.
3 Ways To Become A New Man
These are the 3 ways in which you build yourself up into a “New Man”:
Everything starts in the mind.
We develop our “Mindset” to think ourselves into New Men.
Thoughtloops, gratitude, meditation.
You are what you THINK.
You are a Builder.
You must lift heavy weight to build muscle and to offset the forces of gravity that weigh heavily upon us.
We must also carefully watch what we eat.
Garbage in, garbage out.
Whole foods like eggs, red meat, vegetables.
Anything that has a limited shelf life should be consumed daily.
This is a life-long process of staying in optimal shape.
As Men we have the advantage of growing old like wine, whereas women grow old like milk.
This is collectively our weakest area.
We are in a Spiritual War.
Good vs. Evil.
Right vs. Wrong.
The eternal battle for your soul is as old as the oldest esoteric religious texts.
On your deathbed, as you draw your last breath, what will you be remembered for?
Will you leave your mark on the world or will you perish away as dust and dirt?
Disconnect From The Matrix
In today’s video I speak on becoming a “New Man” and in future videos I will show you actionable ways to grow stronger in the Sacred Trinity = Mind, Body, and Spirit.
What are your thoughts on “The New Man” and how can I help you on your journey?
In this video I discuss some finer points of the first MGTOW book written by Ester Vilar in 1971 entitled “The Manipulated Man”.
This is required reading for all Men. I’m disappointed that I did not fully appreciate it until I was almost 40 years old.
My hopes with this video is that is shines light on the manipulation that women and society have over Men.
If younger Men are able to internalize this material and make positive changes in their life and mindset they will be better off in the long run.
What are the lessons you have learned from this book?