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How to Feel Good NOW

No matter your self-improvement goal, there is one thing that will make or break you. That one thing is feeling good, synonymous with such concepts as being healthy or having a positive state and vibe.

What it essentially means is that you walk around with a smile on your face, eyes aglitter, radiating positive energy and lifting the vibrations of those around you simply by them coming into your energy field.

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The reasons for this are many, but to keep it simple, this is such an important concept because stress will literally kill you. It will make you negative, it will increase cortisol production in your body, and destroy body tissue. None of these things is conducive to achieving your goals.

Drexel ScottAbout the Author: Drexel Scott

Drexel overcame the stifling social difficulties of Asperger’s syndrome and fast proceeded to sleep with over 140 girls. He gets dates and gets laid almost entirely through girls he meets at work, at parties, and in social circle. He can coach you over the phone to pull of the direct, blatant sexual game he uses, or you can pick up a copy of his Casanova Key and study his method at your leisure.


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Anonymous's picture

This is a really awesome article. You can never read a piece like this too soon in your life. Thanks Drexel.

You're very right about the power of your vibe. I've had interactions with women where I've totally stumbled about in terms of process but because I was genuinely feeling happy and playful nonetheless she was totally cool and continued trying to move the interaction forward.

Anonymous's picture

I fell into a borderline depressive state for several years before I realized I was in a deep, dark, and dangerous place. I was hopelessly and perpetually single, and closing in on my mid-thirties. I lived in one of those small town Chase talked about having to move away from if you want to be able to meet girls. As a matter of fact, I was only one symptom away from full-blown clinical depression(chronic pain and all).

What helped me to realize I was borderline depressed was I had a suicidal thought. When I had that one thought, I knew it was time to seek help. Being Asian, asking for help was highly stigmatizing. Nevertheless, my social support structure was non-existent. I was fortunate enough to have my caring doctor strongly suggest time and again that I seek professional help.

I guess what I am trying to say is things happen for a reason. I was in utter despair for a long time before I realized that to despair is to suffer without meaning. Once I attached meaning to my suffering, I slowly started to make personal changes for the better. It would take me months to years to climb out of this pit. I did not have any of the tips and suggestion that you presented today. So, in a way your site is a good-send to those that may be in the same boat as I was, shorting the suffering period from years to just months.

Would I give up the suffering I have endured if I was given a choice to go back in time and warn my younger self of the dark days to come? I have come to realize that it was this suffering that defined me, that made me the person I am today.

And that person is far happier than he was years ago (even if he is still single!). That person has come to accept himself and achieve the greatest love of all: self-love.

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This is an area that i've been trying to figure out for the past couple of years. I started visualizing and got some great results. Sometimes I would become a different person and even I could feel an aura coming off myself. The problem is, this feeling always go away, and then I would snap back to my old self and feel terrible. Sometimes I wouldn't be able to replicate it and it would further the anxiety and self-analysis. It doesn't seem like there is a strong formula that dictates what's happening or how to go from feeling bad (or confident) to feeling good. Neurologically speaking, would you be able to explain what's happening? I wonder how important a single thought or action is (sometimes a thought is more emotionally stronger than at other times) and the difference between just thinking something and really believing it. I think the biggest problem with this subject is that it's hard for experienced people to teach exactly how to do this to other people. I have no doubt in my mind that if my thoughts could be read or translated that an expert could advise what I was doing wrong. Coupled with the fact that this topic is still somewhat fresh and though people are starting to see some sort of relationship leading to the law of attraction, it isn't yet clear and is even harder to measure.

One thing I noticed is that if I don't believe it and try to force my thoughts or actions (i.e. a discrepancy between the mind and body), it really doesn't do anything but make me self aware and insecure which shows in my body language. Feeling good on command in public is something I've never had success (and am starting to believe less in) with but am able to achieve through visualization and very deep relaxation for hours.

Lastly, the stronger my visualizations have become, the harder it is becoming to duplicate those feelings and focus my mind. It's harder to remember what it felt like/how I acted and it seems almost as if there's some kind of mental block which I can literally feel in my head. I'm not sure if you can relate but it's becoming really hard to progress. I know this comment is quite unorganized but I'm not sure how even to go about this because it's so intangible.

Anonymous's picture

How do I know if I'm depressed or bipolar etc.? After feeling extremely confident and dominant, I fall into tired, insecure thinking and just feel tired for days. Any sort of nlp stop working even if they did before. Is it possible we just go through cycles and none of this nlp stuff actually works and we attribute natural moods to positive thinking? I feel like it's making me more depressed than happy overall.

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I am by no means an expert but, what I find is that it is a process. I'm generally a positive person and if I really concentrate I can turn every thought to a positive one. I find that thinking positive uplifts mood, and that if I am feeling down it is because something that I am thinking is negative. The thing that makes this a process is that a lot of the things that we think come from the subconscious. It stands to reason that it would take time to reverse the way your subconscious thinks. What feels like a natural good mood is only your subconscious being positive. If you change your thought process, then you will eventually change the automatic/subconscious thought process as well. Think positive and eventually you will be in a great mood automatically/consistently.

Anonymous's picture

Great article! Or in the words of Mahatma Gandhi...

Keep your thoughts positive because your thoughts become your words.

Keep your words positive because your words become your behaviour.

Keep your behaviour positive because your behaviour becomes your habits.

Keep your habits positive because your habits become your values.

Keep your values positive because your values become your destiny.

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