Quantum Psychology

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The Power of Hypnosis and "Men of Straw"

After so many years of teaching men stories that explain our psychology, the one at the core of it all - The Count of Monte Cristo - still continues to inspire new ideas. What a surprise to hear that perhaps the greatest mentor to men in history - Abbe Faria - from the same work, was based on a real figure from psychology before it became psychology.

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The End of the World

December 21, 2012 came and went, and whether there was to be a mystery asteroid striking the planet, or sunspots, or whether it was to be a work of Man (like nuclear holocaust) that was to cause the Apocalypse, dates in history and markers of our lives simply remind us of choices - forks in the road where, yes, there may be a need for grief, but there is also an opportunity for transition and renewal.

One of the best quotes about fear, grief, loss and courage as a man in particular that you might have encountered is from Teddy Roosevelt:

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Modern Applications of Ancient Technology

Another birthday just passed and I am one year older, but why do I not feel any older or "worse for the wear" than when I was 25? Maybe it's because that a large amount of the technology we teach and use at Men's Psychology is actually quite ancient, but updated and applied to modern life. It's stunning, the things you can learn when you really dig into the esoterica of the past, and try to apply it to modern dating, relationships, careers, and personal growth.

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Dr Paul, a woman told me that she can’t imagine her life without me even if that means sharing me.

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The Secret Psychology of James Bond

This is exactly how to BE Bond. Some may say that two markers of his essence are that he is as equally good with women as he is with a gun. But villains may be skilled with both women and guns.

There's more to Bond than just that. He has a duty, ethics and incredible responsibility, but can be anything but conventional in carrying them out. This is not to say that he just bends the rules or has flexible ethics, but instead to say that he is fully capable of running on impulse, using his gut, and still never losing sight of his, and his country's noble end goals.

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The Role of Mentors in a Man's Life

Whether it's about your career, or your dating and relationships, or just your general sense of personal growth, there are a lot of men out there who prefer to go it alone with their self-development. This makes sense to our instincts because whatever happens - success or temporary failure, at least you know that you were the one who made things happen. This pride and enjoyment of solitude in order to work on yourself, we've called the "Hades Instinct" in one of our programs, Mature Masculine Power.

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I just had a little realization. I remember when I had enough of life. I was tired of being depressed, angry and being no good at girls because my inner game sucked. One day I got fed up and got angry and saud "F it" I NEED to do something about myself. I got ASSERTIVE and found the self-help stuff and eventually leading me to Dr. Paul.

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