How to think like a hero and therefore become a hero.
Welcome to part II of the official Flawless Natural living plan.
Be prepared for some more awesome lifestyle deluxe makeover action!
Now, how has your week been?
I have read through all your guys comments and really love that you are with me on this.
You see, I am actually going through all this personally myself.
This is exactly how I spend my days.
So I take it that you are doing your nightly “vision living”, eating healthy and working out so that your brain/body has the necessary fuel and energy to actually think great thoughts and do great things.
I am only writing this article to you.
Well, let’s get on with the show: YOUR SHOW.
Chances are that if you are reading this you are a man. Which I must say from personal experience, is pretty damn cool in itself.
You have all these physical and mental resources that are available to you. If you choose to unlock them.
The point of unlocking this powerful man is so that you can live an exciting, happy and charged life.
Not for anyone else, but for YOU.
So just HOW can a man do this?
Simple. You must be a HERO.
When I was growing up and very young I was fascinated with super heroes. Batman was my personal favorite. I would run around our backyard jumping off things pretending I was Batman. I remember being so into this I started telling the kids at school that I WAS actually batman. I said it with such conviction that a small group actually BELIEVED me.
Since then I guess I have found my own way to be a superhero and I believe it is EVERY man on this planets
duty to become their own HERO.
THE HERO’S CREED
(how a hero works)
1. A hero needs something to fight for.
A hero has a SINGLE VISION. AN IDEA. A PURPOSE. This idea is what he stands for, what he values most and the area of his life he is dedicated to being the best at. This is unshakable.
A hero would rather die going after his vision than to live and not try at all.
Point: Have you ever noticed some men are dead inside? they have a glazed over look in their eye?
This means that his vision/lifestyle are misaligned.
2. A hero is always in control
You know when a hero has walked into the room. He is what you would call extremely PRESENT.
You feel him in the room and girls are more hyper-tuned to pick up on him than men.
If you want to generate super crazy attraction in a woman (without visibly doing anything) then this is it.
How did he get this way?
He is not trying to ESCAPE.
This is HUGE.
In today’s society, with marketing being at such potent subliminal levels, we think that we are in control
of our lives when the truth is we are not. The world barrages our mind with so much external stuff that pulls us in all sorts of different directions.
Im sure there is something in your mind right now, that you feel that if you had this ONE thing - that all would be good and you can be happy and ok.
Here are some of the things your mind may play games with you:
“when I get my university degree”. “When I learn to get chicks”. “When I have a million dollars”.
“When I get that super cool T-shirt i saw”. “When I finally get my body in shape”.
These are just examples of your mind escaping the present moment. Telling yourself that you need these things LATER in order to feel like a HERO NOW.
Truth is, these are all EXTERNAL and have NOTHING TO DO WITH BEING A HERO.
These are forms of MENTAL ESCAPISM. TV is an escape. Eating junk food is an escape. Having sex with a random bar-whore can (sometimes) be an escape.
An escape from the HERO’s TRUE PATH.
You can actually be a hero NOW if you do something that gets you on your path.
Maybe it’s going to the supermarket and getting a car load of vegetables and fruits.
Maybe it’s doing some research on something that really MOVES YOUR SOUL.
The true path that should be revealed to you every night before your sleep - when you are living your vision.
You see - a hero never needs to escape. He knows he is doing EVERYTHING HE CAN to get to his vision.
For example, How do you feel for the rest of the day when you have hit up a healthy meal and the gym in the morning?
AWESOME. You walk around KNOWING that you are doing everything you can.
Here is a part of my own personal journal:
“I sat and ate a meal in front of the TV today. It was off.
I slowed down. Chewed all my food. Heard birds chirping outside.
This was a much better sound. A much more entertaining meal.
It was a very healthy meal too.
Raw vegetable salad. Brown Rice. Lean Chicken.
This felt like the most awesome 20mins I have ever had in my entire life”
So a hero is always in control, because he knows that when he makes a decision it is almost never
a form of ESCAPE and almost always something that will benefit his vision.
Still not getting it?
Watch this entire video before continuing on:
At 6:20ish he tells you his heroic vision. Look at the pleasure in his face.
This guy is a hero. Look at the way he is talking. Look at his face. Look at how he is living his vision.
I dream that one day I look like him at my age. You understand I am not talking PHYSICALLY looking like him.
Look at his face. His unmovable passion.
On a side note this guy has made me listen to Chopin every day and its upped the quality of my life instantly.
SO WHAT DO YOU DO NOW?
Ok so here is this week’s exercise, to stack on top of last week’s.
1. Why are you a hero?
You need to choose something to fight for. How? What is ONE thing that you have a deep unmovable desire to be number 1 in the world at? Not number 2. You might as well go for number 1 or there is no point living. What do you want to be the best at? If you could choose one thing what would it be?
2. Go to www.rsdnation.com and If you do not have an account: get one.
I want you to start your own thread in the main section titled: MY FLAWLESS NATURAL LIVING PLAN
Post your heroic vision. What you wish to be number one at.
When you post it there you are confirming it to ME, your RSD peers and YOURSELF that you are committed
to being a hero.
3. For this week you will keep a LOG of the things that you did EVERY DAY for 7 days that was aligned with
your quest to be number one. Post this under your thread on RSDnation.
E.g Say one night you are doing your “vision ritual” and you get a great idea - go and write it. Post it.
or say you smash it in the gym on a particular day - post it.
Be committed to it.
I can see everyone on RSDnation supporting each other on this.
The new year is starting soon and christmas is a couple of days away - give yourself the gift of being your own superhero.
Merry Christmas - See you for part III next monday