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Stormblood

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Hello , And first i apologise if i said sth bad .
How can we live longlife and get wealthy cause i don't want spend all of my lifetime Work , find cash .And afterthat spend all the money for my health when i get old .So do u have any advise for me like ...How to get wealthy as soon as before i got 50years old ?(Now i'm 25) Or
How can i get healthy until i die? ...I don't want perfect healthy like never sick , i just don't want really bad sick like Cancer or sth ...
For the financial wealth part, there are 3 routes:
  • Psychic. Become extremely good at predicting market movements by dedicating your spiritual routine obsessively to develop those abilities. This will make sure you execute the right trades and investments at the right movement, and withdraw your money at the right moment, whether it's automated withdrawal (aka 'take profit') or manual. May take longer than achieve than you turning 50, depending on your current level and potential.
  • Spiritual Power. Become extremely powerful and have a job with uncapped commissions that can help you increase your earnings fast through money workings. Examples of jobs like this are sales and recruitment. You need strong people skills and influencing/negotiation skills for the aforementioned jobs. How long it takes for you to get to the right level of power and karma purity is entirely individual and may be past when you're 50 years old.
  • Business Ownership. Read MJ DeMarco's books and subscribe to his Fastlane forum. Create your own FastLane business idea or use someone else's with an improved model. Finding the right idea may take a long time or never happen. It requires working much harder for 5-10 minimum in most cases for you business to take off the ground and reach 7 figures. Your business needs to be your priority during those days, which means you build your life around it, very often even working 14+ hours a day on it with all the problem-solving needed and everything else.
Accumulating wealth isn't easy in a world dominated by the enemy and by retarded NPCs. You may want to take advice from people who are actually wealthy like the person I suggested AND who are actually interested in showing you the path to wealth, instead of just being interested in selling you their service or product. Their service or product will make THEM wealthy, not you.

Robert Kiyosaki's book "Rich Dad, Poor Dad" is good but, for the majority, no longer applicable to the modern world. It was applicable in the 80's and now it has become more and more outdated. Any book after that is useless drivel that only enriches him, not his readers.

Many people will have different ideas about what financial wealth means, and this is fine because it reflects their level of advancement in that area in some ways. As you grow, your definition of wealth will grow as well. Some people may be content earning 5 or 6-figure shit wages. Other people will feel poor while having 7-figure wages. Don't let people with a lower wealth conception than you undermine you. Instead, be inspired by people with higher wealth conceptions.

For example, someone who is content with a 5-figure salary has no right to tell someone who feels unsatisfied with a 7-figure salary that they need to be more realistic or that they have too much and should be okay with it. True human nature approaches infinity and this self-limiting thoughts are very harmful. On the other, someone with a 7-figure salary has every right to tell someone with a 5-figure that they are too small-minded when it comes to wealth.

Another thing to take into account is how you gain your wealth. As we follow the path of the Gods, acquiring wealth by immortal and unethical means is akin to leaving the path of the Gods. So, don't go making money by selling products or services that are harmful to other people's health or wellbeing or whatever. If you do that, you're nothing more than a criminal, and as a criminal you will be judged in an SS society and a criminal you will be in the universal hierarchy which is different from the little clown hierarchy the enemy has here on this planet.

The responsibility is not just on the consumer/buyer but also on the producer/seller. In fact, as a producer is in a position of higher power and influence compared to the consumer, their actions have far greater weight, so their responsibility is much higher.

Unnecessary expenses
There are many things that can be classed as unnecessary expenses. Saving on these, will improve your financial health:
  • Takeaways
  • Most monthly subscriptions (Amazon Prime, Netflix, Disney+, Uber X, Deliveroo Plus...)
  • Unnecessary ubers/taxis
  • Snacks
  • Coffee shops - you can make enough coffee/tea/chocolate in the morning and put it in a thermal bottle. It can save 100s a month for some people
  • Expensive phone bills - you don't need unlimited internet on your personal phone, for example, and there are companies offering better deals for low-data plans.
  • Expensive haircuts - surely you can find a barber that can do the same quality job or even better for less money
  • Smartphone upgrades - you don't need a new one every less than 5 years
The list is not exhaustive but the point is that reducing unnecessary expenses teaches you to manage your money more efficiency which, in turns, helps you become wealthier.

As a last reading for this first part, please consider this: Your financial patterns are keeping you poor.


Regarding health, I'll make my own list based on Invictus's:

Eat Healthy
Every food is processed. Cooking food is processing it. To eat healthy food, you need to check labels constantly and familiarise yourself with them.

The only healthy oils for cooking and dressing food are extra virgin olive oil and extra virgin coconut oil. Even if they are healthy, they still need to be eaten in moderation such as 1 tablespoon = 1 serving. Similarly, butter should be restricted. It needs to be real butter, so coming from cows and similar animals. "Vegetable" butters are not butter and the methods used to process them make them unhealthy, and often high in hydrogenated fats that undermine your health.

Sugars need to be restricted and replaced with things like pure stevia whenever possible. Desserts are a treat and should be treated as such. A treat is only such if you eat it occasionally, like on holidays and festivities (i.e. your birthday), not every day or week, otherwise it's a lifestyle, not a treat.

Whenever possible, eat organic food from local producers and fresh. Organic, local, fresh and seasonal should be the keywords. If you are of a different race or ethnicity compared to where you live in, then look to integrate foods proper of that ethnicity or race, as they would not be normally produced locally unless they are fruit and vegetables, which can be grown in greenhouses.

The majority of your food should be either steamed (works best for vegetables) or stir-fried. These cooking methods preserve the majority of nutritional values. Middle-range you have oven-baking and roasting, and the least-used methods should be boiling and deep-frying. Deep-frying should be avoided 99.9% of the time.

Alcohol consumption should be zero, as even a sip harms you on a light level. If you enjoy, you can have moderate consumption a couple of times a year, not on a daily or weekly basis. Still, I advise against it. Your body literally behaves as if you've poisoned it when you drink it: higher temperature, clouded mind, numbed senses... Smoking is also to be avoided, and caffeine limited (80mg/day) and cycled to avoid addition. Other recreational drugs should be avoided. Juices are treats, while carbonated drinks destroy your gut flora, so...

A healthy dose of both animal (including meat) and plant-based foods are necessary in your diet. Your protein intake should vary depending on your goals. 1g for each 1kg of bodyweight is maintenance, 1.2g for each 1kg of bodyweight is for muscle growth and recovery, 0.8g for each 1kg of bodyweight is if you need muscle loss. Muscle loss may be required in extreme cases such as when you are bodybuilder and your BMI is in the overweight and obese range because, contrary to popular belief, BMI is reliable for bodybuilders as well and there is such a thing as too much muscle too. There is no documented benefit of having more than 1.2g of protein for each 1kg of bodyweight because broscience doesn't count. Anything more will not only be expelled in your urine but also damage your kidneys by putting excessive strain on them, and support other factors in constipation.

The rest of your calories will have a different split depending mainly on your main bodily constitution. For example, if you are mainly kapha/endomorph, your carbohydrate intake needs to be 20% of your calories at most for many reasons. If you exceed that, you're very likely to achieve an unhealthy body fat percentage and incur other health risks. Conversely, if you are mainly vata/ectomorph, then your carbohydrate intake should be higher than your fat intake but never higher than 50% of your total calories. This is for various reasons but, mainly, because vata types consume more energy and need are best at processing energy coming from carbohydrate, the opposite of kapha that does best with fats. For thos who are mainly pitta/mesomorph or tridoshic (fully in the middle, which is extremely rare), they will need an equal percentage of fats and carbohydrates in most cases.

Always eat the amount of calories needed for your goal. Going less than 20% when in a deficit is not recommended and below a certain amount you'll body will refuse to lose any fat and start getting damaged instead. Similarly, going above 20% when in surplus is not recommended and above a certain amount will make you obese and cause other issues.

For minerals, roughly you need 4x the "recommended" intake for fat-soluble vitamins and 10x the "recommended" intake for water-soluble vitamins. The "recommended" intake from current medical professionals is based on keeping you sick and on drugs. Now, bear in mind this is not supplements. The intake refers to everything you eat and drink.

Finally, remember to drink enough water. The correct amount of water intake varies based on your bodyweight. For example, someone weighing 88kg will need about 5.8L of water, while someone weighing only 50kg will need about 3.3L. The formula is 66ml multiplied by your weight in kg. Someone can make American conversions easily on the internet.

Exercise
Walking is not exercising. Just walking by itself won't lead you to good health. However, if a location is within 30-45 minutes walking distance from your home, walking there should be your first priority. Beyond that, a bicycle should be considered for distances between 30-45 minutes of cycling distance. Beyond that you can decide between your own vehicle and public transportation.

I wouldn't rely on Google Maps and similar apps to tell you how long it takes to get somewhere. You should try yourself, as the claimed time is usually an average based on the majority of the population, who are unhealthy. Depending on your fitness level, it may take you less or more to reach your destination by walking and cycling.

As SS, it is important to strive for high achievements in all dimensions of life, which is why it is needed to grow in strength, power, flexibility and endurance/stamina/durability, as well as speed, agility and mobility. Some athletes to take inspiration from are elite gymnasts (especially artistic gymnastics), divers, swimmers, and runners to name a few. Some people to, instead, avoid inspiration from are people who have excessive bulk (i.e. Arnold Schwarzenegger) and poorly-transferable strength in general, as size doesn't equal strength.

Some good activities to get involved with are artistic gymnastics, swimming, running, and hiking. If you can do 5 km runs, considering building up to half-marathons, then marathons and ultra-marathons. Also, as an integral part of this path, it is highly advised to practice physical routines from hatha yoga and kundalini yoga, as they will allow you to advance faster. The more capable your body is, the better your mind-body/soul-body coordination and the healthier you will be on this path.

You may also want to look into martial arts because it is important to be able to defend yourself and to become martially capable, especially if you are a man. It's more important than self-sabotaging thoughts like "I've never been interested in martial arts" or "I don't want to" or "I don't have time". Lower thoughts like just work to undermine you and your existence in this world. Be respectful of yourself and the life the Gods gifted to you, as life is a privilege, not an entitlement. It's a precious gift.

Mental Health
Aside from what Invictus stated in his points 3 and 4, also read the new post from HP Hooded Cobra about People in Our Life.

To grow as a person, the first thing is self-discipline, as that allows you to build yourself by providing a structure and allowing you to understand what truly matters, which is not the lower urges of the body and the mind. Those lower urges instead work on decaying you and chipping away your lifeforce and your life itself.

What you need to do for a successful life is to build supportive systems, not just "habits". It's all about creating an environment that naturally leads to success. For this, you can read James Clear's book Atomic Habits which is very helpful. For goal-setting, I may have some suggestions too, if needed.

Here's a collection of posts I suggest reading:
You also need to start understanding your mind and yourself better, which is were introspective meditation comes into place.

To have mental health is not to just get rid of harmful beliefs, traumas and hangups but also to grow it. The meditation I gave you, together with posts from HP Hooded Cobra and other members will help you do just that. The list is not exhaustive. To grow your mind and emotions is also to challenge them. You need to learn new things and expand your awareness, which is where hobbies come into especially hobbies that require a great deal of thinking and strategy like chess.

Keeping your mind and memory in a state of growth will prevent it from shrinking and decaying. Now, Jim Qwik has a lot of techniques for improving your memory. Not just your general memory but different, specific types of memory. And, of course, the Loci technique (aka memory palaces) is also a great way to become a memory master.

Additional Things
All breathing exercises on our website are useful to keep you healthy and improve yourself. As a bare minimum, it would useful to incorporate the alternate nostril breathing and the breath of fire in your routine. Choosing a cooling, lunar breath would be helpful too. These are usually breathing exercises where you inhale through your mouth and exhale through your nose, or just slower breathing exercises.

You also need to clean your soul and build an aura of protection at least twice daily, when waking up and immediately before sleep; as well as feed your soul through meditations where you breathe energy in and vibrate mantras.

Finally, void meditation is also part of the bare minimum as it will help you develop your ability to focus for longer and longer periods of time. Not only that, it will help you control urges and be the master of your mind and emotions, instead of being a slave to them.

You don't need to apply everything at once or at all. This is your choice and it's neither professional medical/psychiatric advice nor professional financial advice. Changes happen best when they happen gradually over time. The book I suggested will help you make meaningful changes and improve your life.
 
Thank you for this brilliant article, Stormblood! I will try to keep these things in mind and adjust my routine accordingly.
 
On top of everything, for health you can go ahead and look at your 6th house in astrology. What sign is on the cusp? What planets are in there? Where is the ruler of the 6th house? What planets are aspecting the 6th house ruler?

For building financial wealth, you can ask yourself the same questions but related to the 2nd house. Then, if you're following option number 3 for wealth (aka business owner), using FastLane business ideas that fall within what's stronger in your birth chart will manifest results faster and with less hardship. "Less" is emphasised because you're always going to face obstacles when building something new from the ground up, especially in the world of business.
 
I skimmed over it, and it seems very interesting, i will give it a proper read later. 😄(y)
 
Muscle loss may be required in extreme cases such as when you are bodybuilder and your BMI is in the overweight and obese range because, contrary to popular belief, BMI is reliable for bodybuilders as well and there is such a thing as too much muscle too.
I have to step in for a bit, as a physiotherapy student I was taught that recently BMI was found within the fitness and therapy circle as the most unreliable and outdated method of measuring how healthy is someone, we are never gonna use BMI anymore. How are you gonna differentiate lean mass from fat mass? Subcutaneous fat from visceral fat? I will quote a few information that back-up my statement.
Kunal Shah, MD, assistant professor in the division of endocrinology at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, gave Verywell an example of BMI’s limitations: “A football player may have a body fat percentage of less than 12% but may have a BMI in the ‘obese’ range because [BMI] cannot differentiate between muscle and fat.”

Shah added that BMI also does not account for racial differences.
“BMI has been shown to overstate risk in Black individuals but understates risks in Asians,”

Stanford said that a person’s waist-to-hip ratio is by far a better tool to use than BMI as it considers the area where fat is most likely to be problematic—the waist.

“With BMI, the issue is that depending on your individual body composition—i.e. fat distribution—you might benefit from a higher or lower BMI,” said Khan.

That’s not the case with waist-to-hip ratio.
 
If people put their mind to it anything is possible! Whether it's in the business world or on the dance floor!❤️ Hail Satan!
 
Very helpful and informative post. I like how the health aspect is factored into this as I've found wealth comes easier if your health is on point.
Thanks for this great post and OP for the thread!
 
This is one heck of a informative post.
Well constructed and written. I love how you included mental health in this.
I just wanted to see what you have to say about wealth but instead bookmarked this topic and will get back to it often to practice this.
 
I have to step in for a bit, as a physiotherapy student I was taught that recently BMI was found within the fitness and therapy circle as the most unreliable and outdated method of measuring how healthy is someone, we are never gonna use BMI anymore. How are you gonna differentiate lean mass from fat mass? Subcutaneous fat from visceral fat? I will quote a few information that back-up my statement.
That's why I account for both BMI and body fat percentage. Unfortunately, people nowadays neglect that excess of mass muscle is still an excess. Too much bulk negatively impacts your mobility and flexibility and, by extension, your agility. Not to mention long-distance endurance .
 
That's why I account for both BMI and body fat percentage. Unfortunately, people nowadays neglect that excess of mass muscle is still an excess. Too much bulk negatively impacts your mobility and flexibility and, by extension, your agility. Not to mention long-distance endurance .
I completely agree, muscle excess, beside poor posture and poor form in trainings is the main reason people need therapy.
 
For the financial wealth part, there are 3 routes:
  • Psychic. Become extremely good at predicting market movements by dedicating your spiritual routine obsessively to develop those abilities. This will make sure you execute the right trades and investments at the right movement, and withdraw your money at the right moment, whether it's automated withdrawal (aka 'take profit') or manual. May take longer than achieve than you turning 50, depending on your current level and potential.
  • Spiritual Power. Become extremely powerful and have a job with uncapped commissions that can help you increase your earnings fast through money workings. Examples of jobs like this are sales and recruitment. You need strong people skills and influencing/negotiation skills for the aforementioned jobs. How long it takes for you to get to the right level of power and karma purity is entirely individual and may be past when you're 50 years old.
  • Business Ownership. Read MJ DeMarco's books and subscribe to his Fastlane forum. Create your own FastLane business idea or use someone else's with an improved model. Finding the right idea may take a long time or never happen. It requires working much harder for 5-10 minimum in most cases for you business to take off the ground and reach 7 figures. Your business needs to be your priority during those days, which means you build your life around it, very often even working 14+ hours a day on it with all the problem-solving needed and everything else.
Accumulating wealth isn't easy in a world dominated by the enemy and by retarded NPCs. You may want to take advice from people who are actually wealthy like the person I suggested AND who are actually interested in showing you the path to wealth, instead of just being interested in selling you their service or product. Their service or product will make THEM wealthy, not you.

Robert Kiyosaki's book "Rich Dad, Poor Dad" is good but, for the majority, no longer applicable to the modern world. It was applicable in the 80's and now it has become more and more outdated. Any book after that is useless drivel that only enriches him, not his readers.

Many people will have different ideas about what financial wealth means, and this is fine because it reflects their level of advancement in that area in some ways. As you grow, your definition of wealth will grow as well. Some people may be content earning 5 or 6-figure shit wages. Other people will feel poor while having 7-figure wages. Don't let people with a lower wealth conception than you undermine you. Instead, be inspired by people with higher wealth conceptions.

For example, someone who is content with a 5-figure salary has no right to tell someone who feels unsatisfied with a 7-figure salary that they need to be more realistic or that they have too much and should be okay with it. True human nature approaches infinity and this self-limiting thoughts are very harmful. On the other, someone with a 7-figure salary has every right to tell someone with a 5-figure that they are too small-minded when it comes to wealth.

Another thing to take into account is how you gain your wealth. As we follow the path of the Gods, acquiring wealth by immortal and unethical means is akin to leaving the path of the Gods. So, don't go making money by selling products or services that are harmful to other people's health or wellbeing or whatever. If you do that, you're nothing more than a criminal, and as a criminal you will be judged in an SS society and a criminal you will be in the universal hierarchy which is different from the little clown hierarchy the enemy has here on this planet.

The responsibility is not just on the consumer/buyer but also on the producer/seller. In fact, as a producer is in a position of higher power and influence compared to the consumer, their actions have far greater weight, so their responsibility is much higher.

Unnecessary expenses
There are many things that can be classed as unnecessary expenses. Saving on these, will improve your financial health:
  • Takeaways
  • Most monthly subscriptions (Amazon Prime, Netflix, Disney+, Uber X, Deliveroo Plus...)
  • Unnecessary ubers/taxis
  • Snacks
  • Coffee shops - you can make enough coffee/tea/chocolate in the morning and put it in a thermal bottle. It can save 100s a month for some people
  • Expensive phone bills - you don't need unlimited internet on your personal phone, for example, and there are companies offering better deals for low-data plans.
  • Expensive haircuts - surely you can find a barber that can do the same quality job or even better for less money
  • Smartphone upgrades - you don't need a new one every less than 5 years
The list is not exhaustive but the point is that reducing unnecessary expenses teaches you to manage your money more efficiency which, in turns, helps you become wealthier.

As a last reading for this first part, please consider this: Your financial patterns are keeping you poor.


Regarding health, I'll make my own list based on Invictus's:

Eat Healthy
Every food is processed. Cooking food is processing it. To eat healthy food, you need to check labels constantly and familiarise yourself with them.

The only healthy oils for cooking and dressing food are extra virgin olive oil and extra virgin coconut oil. Even if they are healthy, they still need to be eaten in moderation such as 1 tablespoon = 1 serving. Similarly, butter should be restricted. It needs to be real butter, so coming from cows and similar animals. "Vegetable" butters are not butter and the methods used to process them make them unhealthy, and often high in hydrogenated fats that undermine your health.

Sugars need to be restricted and replaced with things like pure stevia whenever possible. Desserts are a treat and should be treated as such. A treat is only such if you eat it occasionally, like on holidays and festivities (i.e. your birthday), not every day or week, otherwise it's a lifestyle, not a treat.

Whenever possible, eat organic food from local producers and fresh. Organic, local, fresh and seasonal should be the keywords. If you are of a different race or ethnicity compared to where you live in, then look to integrate foods proper of that ethnicity or race, as they would not be normally produced locally unless they are fruit and vegetables, which can be grown in greenhouses.

The majority of your food should be either steamed (works best for vegetables) or stir-fried. These cooking methods preserve the majority of nutritional values. Middle-range you have oven-baking and roasting, and the least-used methods should be boiling and deep-frying. Deep-frying should be avoided 99.9% of the time.

Alcohol consumption should be zero, as even a sip harms you on a light level. If you enjoy, you can have moderate consumption a couple of times a year, not on a daily or weekly basis. Still, I advise against it. Your body literally behaves as if you've poisoned it when you drink it: higher temperature, clouded mind, numbed senses... Smoking is also to be avoided, and caffeine limited (80mg/day) and cycled to avoid addition. Other recreational drugs should be avoided. Juices are treats, while carbonated drinks destroy your gut flora, so...

A healthy dose of both animal (including meat) and plant-based foods are necessary in your diet. Your protein intake should vary depending on your goals. 1g for each 1kg of bodyweight is maintenance, 1.2g for each 1kg of bodyweight is for muscle growth and recovery, 0.8g for each 1kg of bodyweight is if you need muscle loss. Muscle loss may be required in extreme cases such as when you are bodybuilder and your BMI is in the overweight and obese range because, contrary to popular belief, BMI is reliable for bodybuilders as well and there is such a thing as too much muscle too. There is no documented benefit of having more than 1.2g of protein for each 1kg of bodyweight because broscience doesn't count. Anything more will not only be expelled in your urine but also damage your kidneys by putting excessive strain on them, and support other factors in constipation.

The rest of your calories will have a different split depending mainly on your main bodily constitution. For example, if you are mainly kapha/endomorph, your carbohydrate intake needs to be 20% of your calories at most for many reasons. If you exceed that, you're very likely to achieve an unhealthy body fat percentage and incur other health risks. Conversely, if you are mainly vata/ectomorph, then your carbohydrate intake should be higher than your fat intake but never higher than 50% of your total calories. This is for various reasons but, mainly, because vata types consume more energy and need are best at processing energy coming from carbohydrate, the opposite of kapha that does best with fats. For thos who are mainly pitta/mesomorph or tridoshic (fully in the middle, which is extremely rare), they will need an equal percentage of fats and carbohydrates in most cases.

Always eat the amount of calories needed for your goal. Going less than 20% when in a deficit is not recommended and below a certain amount you'll body will refuse to lose any fat and start getting damaged instead. Similarly, going above 20% when in surplus is not recommended and above a certain amount will make you obese and cause other issues.

For minerals, roughly you need 4x the "recommended" intake for fat-soluble vitamins and 10x the "recommended" intake for water-soluble vitamins. The "recommended" intake from current medical professionals is based on keeping you sick and on drugs. Now, bear in mind this is not supplements. The intake refers to everything you eat and drink.

Finally, remember to drink enough water. The correct amount of water intake varies based on your bodyweight. For example, someone weighing 88kg will need about 5.8L of water, while someone weighing only 50kg will need about 3.3L. The formula is 66ml multiplied by your weight in kg. Someone can make American conversions easily on the internet.

Exercise
Walking is not exercising. Just walking by itself won't lead you to good health. However, if a location is within 30-45 minutes walking distance from your home, walking there should be your first priority. Beyond that, a bicycle should be considered for distances between 30-45 minutes of cycling distance. Beyond that you can decide between your own vehicle and public transportation.

I wouldn't rely on Google Maps and similar apps to tell you how long it takes to get somewhere. You should try yourself, as the claimed time is usually an average based on the majority of the population, who are unhealthy. Depending on your fitness level, it may take you less or more to reach your destination by walking and cycling.

As SS, it is important to strive for high achievements in all dimensions of life, which is why it is needed to grow in strength, power, flexibility and endurance/stamina/durability, as well as speed, agility and mobility. Some athletes to take inspiration from are elite gymnasts (especially artistic gymnastics), divers, swimmers, and runners to name a few. Some people to, instead, avoid inspiration from are people who have excessive bulk (i.e. Arnold Schwarzenegger) and poorly-transferable strength in general, as size doesn't equal strength.

Some good activities to get involved with are artistic gymnastics, swimming, running, and hiking. If you can do 5 km runs, considering building up to half-marathons, then marathons and ultra-marathons. Also, as an integral part of this path, it is highly advised to practice physical routines from hatha yoga and kundalini yoga, as they will allow you to advance faster. The more capable your body is, the better your mind-body/soul-body coordination and the healthier you will be on this path.

You may also want to look into martial arts because it is important to be able to defend yourself and to become martially capable, especially if you are a man. It's more important than self-sabotaging thoughts like "I've never been interested in martial arts" or "I don't want to" or "I don't have time". Lower thoughts like just work to undermine you and your existence in this world. Be respectful of yourself and the life the Gods gifted to you, as life is a privilege, not an entitlement. It's a precious gift.

Mental Health
Aside from what Invictus stated in his points 3 and 4, also read the new post from HP Hooded Cobra about People in Our Life.

To grow as a person, the first thing is self-discipline, as that allows you to build yourself by providing a structure and allowing you to understand what truly matters, which is not the lower urges of the body and the mind. Those lower urges instead work on decaying you and chipping away your lifeforce and your life itself.

What you need to do for a successful life is to build supportive systems, not just "habits". It's all about creating an environment that naturally leads to success. For this, you can read James Clear's book Atomic Habits which is very helpful. For goal-setting, I may have some suggestions too, if needed.

Here's a collection of posts I suggest reading:
You also need to start understanding your mind and yourself better, which is were introspective meditation comes into place.

To have mental health is not to just get rid of harmful beliefs, traumas and hangups but also to grow it. The meditation I gave you, together with posts from HP Hooded Cobra and other members will help you do just that. The list is not exhaustive. To grow your mind and emotions is also to challenge them. You need to learn new things and expand your awareness, which is where hobbies come into especially hobbies that require a great deal of thinking and strategy like chess.

Keeping your mind and memory in a state of growth will prevent it from shrinking and decaying. Now, Jim Qwik has a lot of techniques for improving your memory. Not just your general memory but different, specific types of memory. And, of course, the Loci technique (aka memory palaces) is also a great way to become a memory master.

Additional Things
All breathing exercises on our website are useful to keep you healthy and improve yourself. As a bare minimum, it would useful to incorporate the alternate nostril breathing and the breath of fire in your routine. Choosing a cooling, lunar breath would be helpful too. These are usually breathing exercises where you inhale through your mouth and exhale through your nose, or just slower breathing exercises.

You also need to clean your soul and build an aura of protection at least twice daily, when waking up and immediately before sleep; as well as feed your soul through meditations where you breathe energy in and vibrate mantras.

Finally, void meditation is also part of the bare minimum as it will help you develop your ability to focus for longer and longer periods of time. Not only that, it will help you control urges and be the master of your mind and emotions, instead of being a slave to them.

You don't need to apply everything at once or at all. This is your choice and it's neither professional medical/psychiatric advice nor professional financial advice. Changes happen best when they happen gradually over time. The book I suggested will help you make meaningful changes and improve your life.
stormblood , you are one of the most experienced members in this forum ..So it is obvious you like other advanced members also must have written many threads in your profile..I am reading threads of advanced members ..But you have locked your profile ..locking your profile obviously cannot make other naive and newbies to read your threads as threads are written so that newbies can learn many things ...
 
stormblood , you are one of the most experienced members in this forum ..So it is obvious you like other advanced members also must have written many threads in your profile..I am reading threads of advanced members ..But you have locked your profile ..locking your profile obviously cannot make other naive and newbies to read your threads as threads are written so that newbies can learn many things ...
https://www.ancient-forums.com/index.php?search/41299/&c[users]=Stormblood&o=relevance Search is wonderful.
 
But you have locked your profile ..locking your profile obviously cannot make other naive and newbies to read your threads as threads are written so that newbies can learn many things ...
There are no posts in my profile currently, aside from someone testing everything worked properly. When, in the future, I start making posts as well, I'll be sure to unlock my profile.
 
There are no posts in my profile currently, aside from someone testing everything worked properly. When, in the future, I start making posts as well, I'll be sure to unlock my profile.
how to access all your past editorials or threads then?
 
I already replied with a search query for you. By using search one can find topics and posts made by certain members.

True but this also includes comments not only threads. There is no option to search for only threads, only for threads' title which you need to add a word to search for.
 
I've heard this about oils not being healthy. This is very difficult for me because I tend to eat almost half my calories in fat with moderate carbs and protein.

I've had IBS-C my entire life (reduced motility, narrowed-fatty stool, malabsorption syndrome). These symptoms put pressure on my bladder often, and occasionally I tend to feel sharp pain in my lower-left abdomen.

I'm finally working to get this evaluated and assessed by a doctor. (I finally got my X-ray).

For personal sentimental reasons, I haven't eaten any meat apart from seafood for over a decade (a pescetarian diet). I tried making a kale and beet salad with edamame, avocado, pumpkin seeds and a bit of dressing. I have an extremely difficult time eating raw foods such as vegetables and muesli; thus I stick to granola and cooked foods (scrambled eggs with multi-grain toast, etc).

My appetite is also very weird. If I feel hungry, I'll start eating and feel full and bloated. I'll then put my food in the fridge and after a while I start feeling hungry again. The only food that doesn't do this to me seems to be granola with grass-fed whole milk.


I'm really not sure what to do about this but for me, I tend to feel the least bloated with calorically-dense and easily digestible foods opposed to raw and steamed foods. I still eat 100% organic and I drink microfiltered (0 ppm) water. I also include Himalayan salt (to taste, 150% to 200% RDI of sodium per day).

Mind you, I had a rough go in my birth and I'm certain that there may be problems that cannot be addressed outside of fixing the surgery they did on my gut right before throwing me in an incubator. Not to mention all the sugar and crap my substance-addicted parents fed me. It's a miracle I'm not more messed up than I already am.

Anyway, sorry to overwhelm you with my problems. I'm sure things will improve... I might have to try changing things up in my diet perhaps. Switching from modern wheat to ancient grains has helped (making pizza with einkorn or spelt flour).

Any advice here is very welcome. Thanks Stormblood for being an outstanding presence here on the forums.
 
The only food that doesn't do this to me seems to be granola with grass-fed whole milk.
I should recap that statement. A plain avocado also doesn't bother my stomach at all. Things like fruit and vegetables do, yet I still eat them anyway. Salmon doesn't bother me too much as well, and I seem to tolerate a Caesar salad quite well. A boiled or scrambled egg makes me feel bloated though. Raw or cooked peppers and tomatoes don't seem to bother my stomach; yet things like spinach, broccoli and potatoes do.

As for that granola; I make it with rolled oats, raw honey, peanut butter, peanuts and dark chocolate chips (70%). For some weird reason that combo doesn't bother my gut, however I'm sure the extra fat and honey isn't the best thing for me. I just seem to tolerate it far better than oatmeal.
 
I should recap that statement. A plain avocado also doesn't bother my stomach at all. Things like fruit and vegetables do, yet I still eat them anyway. Salmon doesn't bother me too much as well, and I seem to tolerate a Caesar salad quite well. A boiled or scrambled egg makes me feel bloated though. Raw or cooked peppers and tomatoes don't seem to bother my stomach; yet things like spinach, broccoli and potatoes do.

As for that granola; I make it with rolled oats, raw honey, peanut butter, peanuts and dark chocolate chips (70%). For some weird reason that combo doesn't bother my gut, however I'm sure the extra fat and honey isn't the best thing for me. I just seem to tolerate it far better than oatmeal.
Oh right, onions too really bother me but I love them too much. Mushrooms aren't the worst but still bother my stomach. I'm really at a loss with all this.
 
Great article @Stormblood. Definitely a lot of great advice on multiple levels.
Just wanted to add that alcohol is very toxic for the liver and affects the body in many ways. A diseased liver after years of abusing alcohol will lead to cirrhosis and other chronic diseases. Knowing people who are alcoholic, what I observed is that alcoholism affects their energy levels (they become tired most of the time), their appetite decreases. so they start eating a lot less and therefore lose a lot of weight, increase of aggressivity and irritability, mental health damage. All this refers more to alcoholics rather than people who consume it sporadically but still, any drop of alcohol in the body is going to have its toll on the liver so in case someone wants to have a bear or wine once in a while (which may not be something terrible necessarily as long as it is rare enough) this has to be consumed as less as possible, to give the liver the time to recover. Fructose also is being processed exclusively by the liver as far as I have researched so items rich in fructose also have to be consumed in moderation (fruits included).
 
Ehhh... come to think of it a hard boiled egg isn't too bad on my stomach either. It's probably the spinach and onions... Sorry for my over-thinking and such...
 
I already replied with a search query for you. By using search one can find topics and posts made by certain members.
You cannot read all the threads or editorials posted by a member just with this link
 
True but this also includes comments not only threads. There is no option to search for only threads, only for threads' title which you need to add a word to search for.
Regardless of this the search is functioning and people should use it and not ignore the advice given.
 
I love oatmeal with fresh strawberries and cinnamon.
Taking a healthy approach on hot breakfast cereal.
And walking away from coffee for a while to drinking herbal tea.
I like the comfort of eating better 💗
 
You cannot read all the threads or editorials posted by a member just with this link
Oh really? It was just a demonstration that search is functional and one has to use it to find material. There is a small selection of filters that allow the organizing of search queries which makes the use a bit better than without them.
 
I absolutely agree with the comments before me.I would add that it is not cheap to live like this.I have been vegan for 20 years.it costs 650 euros per month. in return, I haven't been sick since then, I'm 32 years old. 🙂
 
By using search one can find topics and posts made by certain members.
it's actually the same thing as clicking on someone's name, and then going to "messages"
just noticed that to search for exclusive posts made by specific members, there is no way even with the advanced search
scary though how it's all so easy, nowadays people just post a lot of personal stuff and sometimes they don't even reflect on the fact that it literally takes a couple of clicks to know everything about someone, i was just thinking about this, internet is no joke lol
 
Stormblood do you recommend not lifting weights until you reach the highest level of flexibility and joint mobility, while maintaining free-body exercises and cardio activity?
 
Good on you on finding out what works for you and what doesn't. It sounds like a tough run but, with the right advice and application, I'm sure things can only improve. Do you eat your spinach raw or cooked? Have you ever cooked fruit? My grandma used to cook pears and apples. They are quite good, as the stomach works best with warm foods. Cold foods are generally less digestible, which is why things like ice cream and cold drinks should be limited and only drunk on occasion. Juice should be limited in consumption too as too much is not good, and important nutrients are eliminated in the juicing process, including fiber.

For better health advice, @Blitzkreig [JG] and @Centralforce666 as the best people to go to. They can help you a lot, if they haven't already.
Great article @Stormblood. Definitely a lot of great advice on multiple levels.
Just wanted to add that alcohol is very toxic for the liver and affects the body in many ways. A diseased liver after years of abusing alcohol will lead to cirrhosis and other chronic diseases. Knowing people who are alcoholic, what I observed is that alcoholism affects their energy levels (they become tired most of the time), their appetite decreases. so they start eating a lot less and therefore lose a lot of weight, increase of aggressivity and irritability, mental health damage. All this refers more to alcoholics rather than people who consume it sporadically but still, any drop of alcohol in the body is going to have its toll on the liver so in case someone wants to have a bear or wine once in a while (which may not be something terrible necessarily as long as it is rare enough) this has to be consumed as less as possible, to give the liver the time to recover. Fructose also is being processed exclusively by the liver as far as I have researched so items rich in fructose also have to be consumed in moderation (fruits included).
Absolutely. Alcohol is treated like a poison from the body, and it damages you all the way to the DNA level, depending on quantity and frequency of use. Its effects going beyond the physical into the emotional and mental levels. In Satanism, we are free to eat and drink what we want. If we decide to be foolish and treat ourselves incorrectly because of lower animal urges and whims, that's all on us. All we can do is spread awareness.
Stormblood do you recommend not lifting weights until you reach the highest level of flexibility and joint mobility, while maintaining free-body exercises and cardio activity?
I do not recommended weights at all as they are the most limited development system as far as my analysis go. Other SS will advice different, and that's their prerogative. The only thing I suggest using weights for is as an aid to specific flexibility and mobility exercises. For that purpose, he weights used are very low, though. We are talking about weights ranging from half a kg to 5 kg, depending on the resistance needed for that particular movement or position. There are training systems that produce better results on a variety of bodily skills that are overlooked by weightlifters, such as agility, coordination and more.

I also recommended investing in iron shirt qigong practices, minus the parts where they advise self-harm in the form of hitting yourself as that is enemy corruption.
 
Because spells are always mentioned but other things are more important and need to be addressed. If someone has subconscious hangups about wealth, a money spell won't solve them. Money spells also need venues to manifest. If you want to become financially free, you need specific venues. A "high-paying" job has specific restrictions that cannot be overcome by money spells. In fact, the path of employment nowadays leads to poverty at worst, mediocrity at best. This is because the economy is controlled by the enemy.

When you are employed, money spells can't do much other than give you a promotion or a higher-paying job and low gains through investments. You cannot make any substantial investments if you don't have millions to spare that you don't mind losing. Investment from your savings from a job won't bring you wealth. In fact, there is no point in reaching 6 figures when one is retiring at 65-70 years old, if that ever happens. The best of your life is already gone, in the majority of cases wasted in an unfulfilling career path.

Most people are not on track to being physically young at 65-70 and in good health enough to be able to enjoy life after retirement. Only Scorpio-like dedication to the Gods, contribution to our community and following the appropriate spiritual routines suggested by the Gods can bring people there. Not everyone is at that stage. Not everyone has the resources required (i.e. time, wealth, health...) to dedicate themselves fully to rejuvenation and a fast-track path to Godhood. Not everyone wants to do it either. Some are here for peace of mind, some for a sense of belonging, some for developing specific siddhis, some for healing, etc. Everyone is free to pursue their goals which, in turn, come with their own sets of benefits and liabilities/drawbacks.

Money spells can be tailored to specific things like business growth but they still need hard work on your part and a beneficial mindset, which is what I address here with the articles that I shared. So, by all means, use money spells but focus on the most important things first: your mindset, your mental health, and your chosen money tree.
 
For the financial wealth part, there are 3 routes:
  • Psychic. Become extremely good at predicting market movements by dedicating your spiritual routine obsessively to develop those abilities. This will make sure you execute the right trades and investments at the right movement, and withdraw your money at the right moment, whether it's automated withdrawal (aka 'take profit') or manual. May take longer than achieve than you turning 50, depending on your current level and potential.
  • Spiritual Power. Become extremely powerful and have a job with uncapped commissions that can help you increase your earnings fast through money workings. Examples of jobs like this are sales and recruitment. You need strong people skills and influencing/negotiation skills for the aforementioned jobs. How long it takes for you to get to the right level of power and karma purity is entirely individual and may be past when you're 50 years old.
  • Business Ownership. Read MJ DeMarco's books and subscribe to his Fastlane forum. Create your own FastLane business idea or use someone else's with an improved model. Finding the right idea may take a long time or never happen. It requires working much harder for 5-10 minimum in most cases for you business to take off the ground and reach 7 figures. Your business needs to be your priority during those days, which means you build your life around it, very often even working 14+ hours a day on it with all the problem-solving needed and everything else.
Accumulating wealth isn't easy in a world dominated by the enemy and by retarded NPCs. You may want to take advice from people who are actually wealthy like the person I suggested AND who are actually interested in showing you the path to wealth, instead of just being interested in selling you their service or product. Their service or product will make THEM wealthy, not you.

Robert Kiyosaki's book "Rich Dad, Poor Dad" is good but, for the majority, no longer applicable to the modern world. It was applicable in the 80's and now it has become more and more outdated. Any book after that is useless drivel that only enriches him, not his readers.

Many people will have different ideas about what financial wealth means, and this is fine because it reflects their level of advancement in that area in some ways. As you grow, your definition of wealth will grow as well. Some people may be content earning 5 or 6-figure shit wages. Other people will feel poor while having 7-figure wages. Don't let people with a lower wealth conception than you undermine you. Instead, be inspired by people with higher wealth conceptions.

For example, someone who is content with a 5-figure salary has no right to tell someone who feels unsatisfied with a 7-figure salary that they need to be more realistic or that they have too much and should be okay with it. True human nature approaches infinity and this self-limiting thoughts are very harmful. On the other, someone with a 7-figure salary has every right to tell someone with a 5-figure that they are too small-minded when it comes to wealth.

Another thing to take into account is how you gain your wealth. As we follow the path of the Gods, acquiring wealth by immortal and unethical means is akin to leaving the path of the Gods. So, don't go making money by selling products or services that are harmful to other people's health or wellbeing or whatever. If you do that, you're nothing more than a criminal, and as a criminal you will be judged in an SS society and a criminal you will be in the universal hierarchy which is different from the little clown hierarchy the enemy has here on this planet.

The responsibility is not just on the consumer/buyer but also on the producer/seller. In fact, as a producer is in a position of higher power and influence compared to the consumer, their actions have far greater weight, so their responsibility is much higher.

Unnecessary expenses
There are many things that can be classed as unnecessary expenses. Saving on these, will improve your financial health:
  • Takeaways
  • Most monthly subscriptions (Amazon Prime, Netflix, Disney+, Uber X, Deliveroo Plus...)
  • Unnecessary ubers/taxis
  • Snacks
  • Coffee shops - you can make enough coffee/tea/chocolate in the morning and put it in a thermal bottle. It can save 100s a month for some people
  • Expensive phone bills - you don't need unlimited internet on your personal phone, for example, and there are companies offering better deals for low-data plans.
  • Expensive haircuts - surely you can find a barber that can do the same quality job or even better for less money
  • Smartphone upgrades - you don't need a new one every less than 5 years
The list is not exhaustive but the point is that reducing unnecessary expenses teaches you to manage your money more efficiency which, in turns, helps you become wealthier.

As a last reading for this first part, please consider this: Your financial patterns are keeping you poor.


Regarding health, I'll make my own list based on Invictus's:

Eat Healthy
Every food is processed. Cooking food is processing it. To eat healthy food, you need to check labels constantly and familiarise yourself with them.

The only healthy oils for cooking and dressing food are extra virgin olive oil and extra virgin coconut oil. Even if they are healthy, they still need to be eaten in moderation such as 1 tablespoon = 1 serving. Similarly, butter should be restricted. It needs to be real butter, so coming from cows and similar animals. "Vegetable" butters are not butter and the methods used to process them make them unhealthy, and often high in hydrogenated fats that undermine your health.

Sugars need to be restricted and replaced with things like pure stevia whenever possible. Desserts are a treat and should be treated as such. A treat is only such if you eat it occasionally, like on holidays and festivities (i.e. your birthday), not every day or week, otherwise it's a lifestyle, not a treat.

Whenever possible, eat organic food from local producers and fresh. Organic, local, fresh and seasonal should be the keywords. If you are of a different race or ethnicity compared to where you live in, then look to integrate foods proper of that ethnicity or race, as they would not be normally produced locally unless they are fruit and vegetables, which can be grown in greenhouses.

The majority of your food should be either steamed (works best for vegetables) or stir-fried. These cooking methods preserve the majority of nutritional values. Middle-range you have oven-baking and roasting, and the least-used methods should be boiling and deep-frying. Deep-frying should be avoided 99.9% of the time.

Alcohol consumption should be zero, as even a sip harms you on a light level. If you enjoy, you can have moderate consumption a couple of times a year, not on a daily or weekly basis. Still, I advise against it. Your body literally behaves as if you've poisoned it when you drink it: higher temperature, clouded mind, numbed senses... Smoking is also to be avoided, and caffeine limited (80mg/day) and cycled to avoid addition. Other recreational drugs should be avoided. Juices are treats, while carbonated drinks destroy your gut flora, so...

A healthy dose of both animal (including meat) and plant-based foods are necessary in your diet. Your protein intake should vary depending on your goals. 1g for each 1kg of bodyweight is maintenance, 1.2g for each 1kg of bodyweight is for muscle growth and recovery, 0.8g for each 1kg of bodyweight is if you need muscle loss. Muscle loss may be required in extreme cases such as when you are bodybuilder and your BMI is in the overweight and obese range because, contrary to popular belief, BMI is reliable for bodybuilders as well and there is such a thing as too much muscle too. There is no documented benefit of having more than 1.2g of protein for each 1kg of bodyweight because broscience doesn't count. Anything more will not only be expelled in your urine but also damage your kidneys by putting excessive strain on them, and support other factors in constipation.

The rest of your calories will have a different split depending mainly on your main bodily constitution. For example, if you are mainly kapha/endomorph, your carbohydrate intake needs to be 20% of your calories at most for many reasons. If you exceed that, you're very likely to achieve an unhealthy body fat percentage and incur other health risks. Conversely, if you are mainly vata/ectomorph, then your carbohydrate intake should be higher than your fat intake but never higher than 50% of your total calories. This is for various reasons but, mainly, because vata types consume more energy and need are best at processing energy coming from carbohydrate, the opposite of kapha that does best with fats. For thos who are mainly pitta/mesomorph or tridoshic (fully in the middle, which is extremely rare), they will need an equal percentage of fats and carbohydrates in most cases.

Always eat the amount of calories needed for your goal. Going less than 20% when in a deficit is not recommended and below a certain amount you'll body will refuse to lose any fat and start getting damaged instead. Similarly, going above 20% when in surplus is not recommended and above a certain amount will make you obese and cause other issues.

For minerals, roughly you need 4x the "recommended" intake for fat-soluble vitamins and 10x the "recommended" intake for water-soluble vitamins. The "recommended" intake from current medical professionals is based on keeping you sick and on drugs. Now, bear in mind this is not supplements. The intake refers to everything you eat and drink.

Finally, remember to drink enough water. The correct amount of water intake varies based on your bodyweight. For example, someone weighing 88kg will need about 5.8L of water, while someone weighing only 50kg will need about 3.3L. The formula is 66ml multiplied by your weight in kg. Someone can make American conversions easily on the internet.

Exercise
Walking is not exercising. Just walking by itself won't lead you to good health. However, if a location is within 30-45 minutes walking distance from your home, walking there should be your first priority. Beyond that, a bicycle should be considered for distances between 30-45 minutes of cycling distance. Beyond that you can decide between your own vehicle and public transportation.

I wouldn't rely on Google Maps and similar apps to tell you how long it takes to get somewhere. You should try yourself, as the claimed time is usually an average based on the majority of the population, who are unhealthy. Depending on your fitness level, it may take you less or more to reach your destination by walking and cycling.

As SS, it is important to strive for high achievements in all dimensions of life, which is why it is needed to grow in strength, power, flexibility and endurance/stamina/durability, as well as speed, agility and mobility. Some athletes to take inspiration from are elite gymnasts (especially artistic gymnastics), divers, swimmers, and runners to name a few. Some people to, instead, avoid inspiration from are people who have excessive bulk (i.e. Arnold Schwarzenegger) and poorly-transferable strength in general, as size doesn't equal strength.

Some good activities to get involved with are artistic gymnastics, swimming, running, and hiking. If you can do 5 km runs, considering building up to half-marathons, then marathons and ultra-marathons. Also, as an integral part of this path, it is highly advised to practice physical routines from hatha yoga and kundalini yoga, as they will allow you to advance faster. The more capable your body is, the better your mind-body/soul-body coordination and the healthier you will be on this path.

You may also want to look into martial arts because it is important to be able to defend yourself and to become martially capable, especially if you are a man. It's more important than self-sabotaging thoughts like "I've never been interested in martial arts" or "I don't want to" or "I don't have time". Lower thoughts like just work to undermine you and your existence in this world. Be respectful of yourself and the life the Gods gifted to you, as life is a privilege, not an entitlement. It's a precious gift.

Mental Health
Aside from what Invictus stated in his points 3 and 4, also read the new post from HP Hooded Cobra about People in Our Life.

To grow as a person, the first thing is self-discipline, as that allows you to build yourself by providing a structure and allowing you to understand what truly matters, which is not the lower urges of the body and the mind. Those lower urges instead work on decaying you and chipping away your lifeforce and your life itself.

What you need to do for a successful life is to build supportive systems, not just "habits". It's all about creating an environment that naturally leads to success. For this, you can read James Clear's book Atomic Habits which is very helpful. For goal-setting, I may have some suggestions too, if needed.

Here's a collection of posts I suggest reading:
You also need to start understanding your mind and yourself better, which is were introspective meditation comes into place.

To have mental health is not to just get rid of harmful beliefs, traumas and hangups but also to grow it. The meditation I gave you, together with posts from HP Hooded Cobra and other members will help you do just that. The list is not exhaustive. To grow your mind and emotions is also to challenge them. You need to learn new things and expand your awareness, which is where hobbies come into especially hobbies that require a great deal of thinking and strategy like chess.

Keeping your mind and memory in a state of growth will prevent it from shrinking and decaying. Now, Jim Qwik has a lot of techniques for improving your memory. Not just your general memory but different, specific types of memory. And, of course, the Loci technique (aka memory palaces) is also a great way to become a memory master.

Additional Things
All breathing exercises on our website are useful to keep you healthy and improve yourself. As a bare minimum, it would useful to incorporate the alternate nostril breathing and the breath of fire in your routine. Choosing a cooling, lunar breath would be helpful too. These are usually breathing exercises where you inhale through your mouth and exhale through your nose, or just slower breathing exercises.

You also need to clean your soul and build an aura of protection at least twice daily, when waking up and immediately before sleep; as well as feed your soul through meditations where you breathe energy in and vibrate mantras.

Finally, void meditation is also part of the bare minimum as it will help you develop your ability to focus for longer and longer periods of time. Not only that, it will help you control urges and be the master of your mind and emotions, instead of being a slave to them.

You don't need to apply everything at once or at all. This is your choice and it's neither professional medical/psychiatric advice nor professional financial advice. Changes happen best when they happen gradually over time. The book I suggested will help you make meaningful changes and improve your life.
Fantastic post, full of very interesting ideas and considerations, especially the recommended books are excellent. In recent years I have learned that there must be continuous progress in all fields: economic, physical and spiritual. Having the right balance is fundamental, wealth and well-being go together. Meditation is the all-balancing and empowering art, the art that everyone must master.

Heil Satan,
Glory to our Gods!
 
Many people will have different ideas about what financial wealth means, and this is fine because it reflects their level of advancement in that area in some ways. As you grow, your definition of wealth will grow as well. Some people may be content earning 5 or 6-figure shit wages. Other people will feel poor while having 7-figure wages. Don't let people with a lower wealth conception than you undermine you. Instead, be inspired by people with higher wealth conceptions.
 
For the financial wealth part, there are 3 routes:
  • Psychic. Become extremely good at predicting market movements by dedicating your spiritual routine obsessively to develop those abilities. This will make sure you execute the right trades and investments at the right movement, and withdraw your money at the right moment, whether it's automated withdrawal (aka 'take profit') or manual. May take longer than achieve than you turning 50, depending on your current level and potential.
  • Spiritual Power. Become extremely powerful and have a job with uncapped commissions that can help you increase your earnings fast through money workings. Examples of jobs like this are sales and recruitment. You need strong people skills and influencing/negotiation skills for the aforementioned jobs. How long it takes for you to get to the right level of power and karma purity is entirely individual and may be past when you're 50 years old.
  • Business Ownership. Read MJ DeMarco's books and subscribe to his Fastlane forum. Create your own FastLane business idea or use someone else's with an improved model. Finding the right idea may take a long time or never happen. It requires working much harder for 5-10 minimum in most cases for you business to take off the ground and reach 7 figures. Your business needs to be your priority during those days, which means you build your life around it, very often even working 14+ hours a day on it with all the problem-solving needed and everything else.
Accumulating wealth isn't easy in a world dominated by the enemy and by retarded NPCs. You may want to take advice from people who are actually wealthy like the person I suggested AND who are actually interested in showing you the path to wealth, instead of just being interested in selling you their service or product. Their service or product will make THEM wealthy, not you.

Robert Kiyosaki's book "Rich Dad, Poor Dad" is good but, for the majority, no longer applicable to the modern world. It was applicable in the 80's and now it has become more and more outdated. Any book after that is useless drivel that only enriches him, not his readers.

Many people will have different ideas about what financial wealth means, and this is fine because it reflects their level of advancement in that area in some ways. As you grow, your definition of wealth will grow as well. Some people may be content earning 5 or 6-figure shit wages. Other people will feel poor while having 7-figure wages. Don't let people with a lower wealth conception than you undermine you. Instead, be inspired by people with higher wealth conceptions.

For example, someone who is content with a 5-figure salary has no right to tell someone who feels unsatisfied with a 7-figure salary that they need to be more realistic or that they have too much and should be okay with it. True human nature approaches infinity and this self-limiting thoughts are very harmful. On the other, someone with a 7-figure salary has every right to tell someone with a 5-figure that they are too small-minded when it comes to wealth.

Another thing to take into account is how you gain your wealth. As we follow the path of the Gods, acquiring wealth by immortal and unethical means is akin to leaving the path of the Gods. So, don't go making money by selling products or services that are harmful to other people's health or wellbeing or whatever. If you do that, you're nothing more than a criminal, and as a criminal you will be judged in an SS society and a criminal you will be in the universal hierarchy which is different from the little clown hierarchy the enemy has here on this planet.

The responsibility is not just on the consumer/buyer but also on the producer/seller. In fact, as a producer is in a position of higher power and influence compared to the consumer, their actions have far greater weight, so their responsibility is much higher.

Unnecessary expenses
There are many things that can be classed as unnecessary expenses. Saving on these, will improve your financial health:
  • Takeaways
  • Most monthly subscriptions (Amazon Prime, Netflix, Disney+, Uber X, Deliveroo Plus...)
  • Unnecessary ubers/taxis
  • Snacks
  • Coffee shops - you can make enough coffee/tea/chocolate in the morning and put it in a thermal bottle. It can save 100s a month for some people
  • Expensive phone bills - you don't need unlimited internet on your personal phone, for example, and there are companies offering better deals for low-data plans.
  • Expensive haircuts - surely you can find a barber that can do the same quality job or even better for less money
  • Smartphone upgrades - you don't need a new one every less than 5 years
The list is not exhaustive but the point is that reducing unnecessary expenses teaches you to manage your money more efficiency which, in turns, helps you become wealthier.

As a last reading for this first part, please consider this: Your financial patterns are keeping you poor.


Regarding health, I'll make my own list based on Invictus's:

Eat Healthy
Every food is processed. Cooking food is processing it. To eat healthy food, you need to check labels constantly and familiarise yourself with them.

The only healthy oils for cooking and dressing food are extra virgin olive oil and extra virgin coconut oil. Even if they are healthy, they still need to be eaten in moderation such as 1 tablespoon = 1 serving. Similarly, butter should be restricted. It needs to be real butter, so coming from cows and similar animals. "Vegetable" butters are not butter and the methods used to process them make them unhealthy, and often high in hydrogenated fats that undermine your health.

Sugars need to be restricted and replaced with things like pure stevia whenever possible. Desserts are a treat and should be treated as such. A treat is only such if you eat it occasionally, like on holidays and festivities (i.e. your birthday), not every day or week, otherwise it's a lifestyle, not a treat.

Whenever possible, eat organic food from local producers and fresh. Organic, local, fresh and seasonal should be the keywords. If you are of a different race or ethnicity compared to where you live in, then look to integrate foods proper of that ethnicity or race, as they would not be normally produced locally unless they are fruit and vegetables, which can be grown in greenhouses.

The majority of your food should be either steamed (works best for vegetables) or stir-fried. These cooking methods preserve the majority of nutritional values. Middle-range you have oven-baking and roasting, and the least-used methods should be boiling and deep-frying. Deep-frying should be avoided 99.9% of the time.

Alcohol consumption should be zero, as even a sip harms you on a light level. If you enjoy, you can have moderate consumption a couple of times a year, not on a daily or weekly basis. Still, I advise against it. Your body literally behaves as if you've poisoned it when you drink it: higher temperature, clouded mind, numbed senses... Smoking is also to be avoided, and caffeine limited (80mg/day) and cycled to avoid addition. Other recreational drugs should be avoided. Juices are treats, while carbonated drinks destroy your gut flora, so...

A healthy dose of both animal (including meat) and plant-based foods are necessary in your diet. Your protein intake should vary depending on your goals. 1g for each 1kg of bodyweight is maintenance, 1.2g for each 1kg of bodyweight is for muscle growth and recovery, 0.8g for each 1kg of bodyweight is if you need muscle loss. Muscle loss may be required in extreme cases such as when you are bodybuilder and your BMI is in the overweight and obese range because, contrary to popular belief, BMI is reliable for bodybuilders as well and there is such a thing as too much muscle too. There is no documented benefit of having more than 1.2g of protein for each 1kg of bodyweight because broscience doesn't count. Anything more will not only be expelled in your urine but also damage your kidneys by putting excessive strain on them, and support other factors in constipation.

The rest of your calories will have a different split depending mainly on your main bodily constitution. For example, if you are mainly kapha/endomorph, your carbohydrate intake needs to be 20% of your calories at most for many reasons. If you exceed that, you're very likely to achieve an unhealthy body fat percentage and incur other health risks. Conversely, if you are mainly vata/ectomorph, then your carbohydrate intake should be higher than your fat intake but never higher than 50% of your total calories. This is for various reasons but, mainly, because vata types consume more energy and need are best at processing energy coming from carbohydrate, the opposite of kapha that does best with fats. For thos who are mainly pitta/mesomorph or tridoshic (fully in the middle, which is extremely rare), they will need an equal percentage of fats and carbohydrates in most cases.

Always eat the amount of calories needed for your goal. Going less than 20% when in a deficit is not recommended and below a certain amount you'll body will refuse to lose any fat and start getting damaged instead. Similarly, going above 20% when in surplus is not recommended and above a certain amount will make you obese and cause other issues.

For minerals, roughly you need 4x the "recommended" intake for fat-soluble vitamins and 10x the "recommended" intake for water-soluble vitamins. The "recommended" intake from current medical professionals is based on keeping you sick and on drugs. Now, bear in mind this is not supplements. The intake refers to everything you eat and drink.

Finally, remember to drink enough water. The correct amount of water intake varies based on your bodyweight. For example, someone weighing 88kg will need about 5.8L of water, while someone weighing only 50kg will need about 3.3L. The formula is 66ml multiplied by your weight in kg. Someone can make American conversions easily on the internet.

Exercise
Walking is not exercising. Just walking by itself won't lead you to good health. However, if a location is within 30-45 minutes walking distance from your home, walking there should be your first priority. Beyond that, a bicycle should be considered for distances between 30-45 minutes of cycling distance. Beyond that you can decide between your own vehicle and public transportation.

I wouldn't rely on Google Maps and similar apps to tell you how long it takes to get somewhere. You should try yourself, as the claimed time is usually an average based on the majority of the population, who are unhealthy. Depending on your fitness level, it may take you less or more to reach your destination by walking and cycling.

As SS, it is important to strive for high achievements in all dimensions of life, which is why it is needed to grow in strength, power, flexibility and endurance/stamina/durability, as well as speed, agility and mobility. Some athletes to take inspiration from are elite gymnasts (especially artistic gymnastics), divers, swimmers, and runners to name a few. Some people to, instead, avoid inspiration from are people who have excessive bulk (i.e. Arnold Schwarzenegger) and poorly-transferable strength in general, as size doesn't equal strength.

Some good activities to get involved with are artistic gymnastics, swimming, running, and hiking. If you can do 5 km runs, considering building up to half-marathons, then marathons and ultra-marathons. Also, as an integral part of this path, it is highly advised to practice physical routines from hatha yoga and kundalini yoga, as they will allow you to advance faster. The more capable your body is, the better your mind-body/soul-body coordination and the healthier you will be on this path.

You may also want to look into martial arts because it is important to be able to defend yourself and to become martially capable, especially if you are a man. It's more important than self-sabotaging thoughts like "I've never been interested in martial arts" or "I don't want to" or "I don't have time". Lower thoughts like just work to undermine you and your existence in this world. Be respectful of yourself and the life the Gods gifted to you, as life is a privilege, not an entitlement. It's a precious gift.

Mental Health
Aside from what Invictus stated in his points 3 and 4, also read the new post from HP Hooded Cobra about People in Our Life.

To grow as a person, the first thing is self-discipline, as that allows you to build yourself by providing a structure and allowing you to understand what truly matters, which is not the lower urges of the body and the mind. Those lower urges instead work on decaying you and chipping away your lifeforce and your life itself.

What you need to do for a successful life is to build supportive systems, not just "habits". It's all about creating an environment that naturally leads to success. For this, you can read James Clear's book Atomic Habits which is very helpful. For goal-setting, I may have some suggestions too, if needed.

Here's a collection of posts I suggest reading:
You also need to start understanding your mind and yourself better, which is were introspective meditation comes into place.

To have mental health is not to just get rid of harmful beliefs, traumas and hangups but also to grow it. The meditation I gave you, together with posts from HP Hooded Cobra and other members will help you do just that. The list is not exhaustive. To grow your mind and emotions is also to challenge them. You need to learn new things and expand your awareness, which is where hobbies come into especially hobbies that require a great deal of thinking and strategy like chess.

Keeping your mind and memory in a state of growth will prevent it from shrinking and decaying. Now, Jim Qwik has a lot of techniques for improving your memory. Not just your general memory but different, specific types of memory. And, of course, the Loci technique (aka memory palaces) is also a great way to become a memory master.

Additional Things
All breathing exercises on our website are useful to keep you healthy and improve yourself. As a bare minimum, it would useful to incorporate the alternate nostril breathing and the breath of fire in your routine. Choosing a cooling, lunar breath would be helpful too. These are usually breathing exercises where you inhale through your mouth and exhale through your nose, or just slower breathing exercises.

You also need to clean your soul and build an aura of protection at least twice daily, when waking up and immediately before sleep; as well as feed your soul through meditations where you breathe energy in and vibrate mantras.

Finally, void meditation is also part of the bare minimum as it will help you develop your ability to focus for longer and longer periods of time. Not only that, it will help you control urges and be the master of your mind and emotions, instead of being a slave to them.

You don't need to apply everything at once or at all. This is your choice and it's neither professional medical/psychiatric advice nor professional financial advice. Changes happen best when they happen gradually over time. The book I suggested will help you make meaningful changes and improve your life.
Thanks so much for this article. I wondered if you have any recommended books to read about nutrition. I’d like to learn more, I started reading Ayurveda, but they are very heavy on the vegetarian diet for all. Thanks for your help
 

Al Jilwah: Chapter IV

"It is my desire that all my followers unite in a bond of unity, lest those who are without prevail against them." - Satan

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