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Becoming the Beast, Part 5: A Suit-Wearing Wolf

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Inside every man is a beast. Yet how to use this beast in the context of civilization? In civil society, the man must tame his beast – but not kill it.

The end is nigh.

  • In part 1 of this series, we discussed how we live in a primal and violent world that has little mercy for weakness.

  • In part 2, we talked about how you need to cultivate a primal ferocity if you want to survive in this world, let alone thrive. This ferocity helps you socially and sexually.

  • In part 3, we covered some habits and mannerisms that will help you cultivate and demonstrate your ferocity.

  • Then, in the penultimate article, we covered how to transmute this animalistic energy into the bedroom and make your girl’s bed rock like a Flintstone.

Now, for the culmination of the series, I want to cover how to be primal but civilized and how to understand the difference between cold, civilized power and primal power.

Hector CastilloAbout the Author: Hector Castillo

Hector Castillo is the web’s top expert on getting laid in college. In his small town university, he went from World of Warcraft nerd to president of his fraternity in 4 years... And on the way, he bedded close to 50 women. His book King of College is due out soon. Listen to the 40-minute interview with Hector on his story and some of his prized tech... and sign up for a 12-week coaching course with him, here:



BMontana's picture

That was a good series Hector.

I am surprized that we actually share some similar oppinions (maybe except for the days without showering comment in earlier articles of yours lol).

With that being said I have a question. I like to show my masculinity and try be cool at various moments, I am also not afraid of physical altercations but since I have been a little kid I have suffered from a mental illness. Idk what it's called but it basically is a fear desease. Whenever I get nervous I freeze out a little and feel like throwing up, my throw gets really tighten up. Sometimes I can deal with it but on other occasions it freaks me out. Because of that I have been restricted in life especially regarding jobs, women, sports. I used to avoid some of them for a period of time, even though I have a university degree and a good social circle, in earlier years. Now it's a lot better but it still controls my feelings. I have done some mental sessions and work with psychologists but it has never helped me too much.

I do work out, go out at times, meet people and friends to overcome this fear but it's not easy. That's why I usually avoid relationships and only go for sex and ons but I wish I could enter into a relationships sometime, if I liked a girl more.

So being a BEAST is often not that easy for me, even though I have never been a chicken, I have defended myself and friends. However, do you know any technique or solution to this problem of mine cause it seems that the doctors don't.

ram70's picture

Looks like i’m not alone...

Sadeqh's picture

Hi, Hector!

let me put it this way: what you are saying is survival of the fittest and there are less spirit about what you say..
This worlds round and every action has a consequence due to the law of nature, karma or whatever else so you could be sure that anyone does any harm it's totally related to his or her own personality and has nothing to do with others around.
If the wolf eats the sheep it ensures his survival at that time and his limitation of choice or whatever. But that is not the whole story specially with us humans and the complex ego system seated in our minds.
I am not saying civilizations way to go but the system integrated into us humans way much different than a wolf or a lion, the ones between us who serve a purpose and are enjoying the life and leaving the violences and the hurts to the judge (consider to be an animal means that the animal will die someday and there is a limitation to that too) are better living the abundance than those who take part in single chosen risky fights.

Truly yours, Sadeqh

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