The matrix of illusions in society

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Illusions in society

Illusions are widespread in our society; this post will discuss some of them. When we grow up, we get told ideas, and as children, we believe what we are told. As we get older, we must ask all the “truths” taught to us. Some false ideas are prevalent in society, as well. Here we will reveal some of the illusions:

#1. Pick up and seduction. Men are supposed to “be good with women” but not to learn or study it. Here we have a logical flaw. How can a person be good with women and “get it” when it is “controversial” to learn it? This is why many men find information about dating on a web page like ours. Here men can learn how to attract and seduce beautiful women (We have concepts and information for women about men). As a tip, you can’t ask people about tips and techniques at school or the workplace. The best is to find an experienced dating guru or author and then discuss these concepts with him:

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#2. The heredity and environment debate. At least in Scandinavia, there is an idea that the environment forms the individual to a large extent. In many scientists’ minds, this is false. The environment has some effects on shaping a person, but we must not forget evolution, biology, and genes. Society tends to downplay these things. I recommend the following series: – The series is called Brainwashed. They talk about how society points to environmental causes while science shows heredity. In attraction and dating, evolution psychology can explain a lot!

#3. Money.
 People who have a lot of money are probably the wrong hustlers. Anything else, then, a regular 8-4 job doesn’t count as responsible. This is how many people think; this is the norm. If you break the norm AND benefit from it, people who follow the standards will dislike it. Most people consider earning money from a website, a blog, books or starting a company impossible. Many view rich people as immoral, believing money comes from hustling. There is also a tendency to feel guilty when you receive cash and a habit of spending it immediately.

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#4. Spirituality and the paranormal. The scientific community hesitates to touch the subject of the supernatural. The paranormal is viewed as something scary and threatening. Science has its duty to look at the topic as long it is moral to explore the subject better. If you look at the data, there are a lot of examples of paranormal effects and phenomena. Most people don’t want to look at the data. It is safer to keep the old worldview they have been taught—science on the paranormal.
Our post on spirituality.

#5. To talk about game theory. This is an illusion because most people do it, but few talk about it. Many people want to speak their minds. They don’t focus on how they talk, which is called metacommunication. You have probably experienced some people who don’t like to talk about this topic, but other friends love it! This is a subcategory of nr #8 to talk about things that give you benefits. People don’t always appreciate it if you talk about things that give you advantages.

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#6. Obedience to authorityThis is about believing your boss or teacher, even if your senses tell you otherwise. Now, authorities tend to know what they are talking about. For example, science should, in theory, be the ultimate truth. The challenge is many people in high places are just humans and can be wrong. The science of dating and seduction is a good example. Most academics are not good with women; all they have is a theory. But people who use “the scientific” method to flirt with girls to find out what works would get better results. The point is to be your scientist in whatever field you want to improve in.

#7. To be right. This is about the need to be correct. To have the other person see things “your way.” This is often more important for people than actually finding out the truth. Some people give advice, for example, but don’t have any area results. These people are dangerous because they have strong opinions about topics and can’t back them up. This implies that what they believe is false or can’t implement their advice. The best indicator to see if someone is correct is to see if they have a track record of success. You should be open to new information and search for the truth instead of feeling you are right by winning an argument.

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#8. Don’t talk about your benefits. Generally, people don’t like hearing about your advantages and power. The different gains are something everybody wants, but intelligent people don’t talk about it. You want to be rich, but you don’t talk about it. You may want to be charismatic, but you don’t say it explicitly. Good advice is to seek power but not talk about it. The reason is that people will often be jealous or prevent you from reaching these benefits. Here are some advantages you don’t talk about; power, money, charisma, allies, influence, spiritual powers, seduction skills, looks, and other resources.

#9. Nice guys. Many guys believe that being overly friendly and polite will solve all problems in life; this is an illusion. In western society, many guys are raised by single moms. Many guys don’t have a male role model to look up to. In kindergarten and school, the female role keeps being strong. Young boys lack a male model, so they lose touch with what being a masculine man even means.
A masculine man, from an evolutionary standpoint, is a competitive man. Being competitive will raise your chances of winning. If you don’t want to be competitive or change yourself and improve, a miserable life may be the consequence. People don’t respect men who don’t have healthy boundaries. Others will walk all over them. Learn more.

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#10. Self-help and change work. Many people refuse to take advice on how to improve themselves. This is why it is a bad idea to give a tip to people who don’t ask for it. Many people get angry if you give them any advice. The reason is that they can change, but they have not done so. This means they have done something wrong all this time.

Some people also believe in the illusion of “being yourself.” They don’t realize that people change all the same. At school, you learn new information and are adjusted each year your graduate. Many people use rationalization not to change themselves. The real reason is that it is time-consuming, but give other reasons as mentioned. Everybody can change; you need to start!

#11. To try is bad. This is a typical rationalization from people who are afraid of failure. The solution for them is not even to try. The same people frame people who try as inferior. There are two approaches to change.
1. Discuss how to become better. 2. rationalizing how satisfied you are where you are. Rationalizations are widespread in our modern culture. For example, people who try to approach girls are called inferior to those who “attract girls naturally.”

Be aware of this kind of rationalization. To shame and pull down the ones who want to improve is typical for people who don’t want to improve themselves. Trying is a crucial step to take to succeed in all areas of your life. Please share with your friends to let them see the illusions too!!

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1 comment on “The matrix of illusions in society

  1. Linki

    There have gone some times since posting this article. Do you know about any MORE illusions that you have discovered so far?


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