Here is episode #7 of the Bold & Determined Podcast featuring your man “Mystic” Vic.
In the last episode we discussed the exorcism of Sebastian, questions about cheat meals, how to rid anxiety and brain fog, and how to overcome afternoon sleepiness.
In this episode we learn:
- the truth about karma
- why modern art is so ugly
- how welfare hurts instead of helps people
- how to deal with haters
- Mystic Vic's fashion tips
- and how to poo-poo better
This is a great episode and I can't wait for you to hear it.
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Opening topic from the previous episode… (7:55)
Is karma true? The great ones all seem to realize karma exists and most people have a stupid understanding of it. Eating an animal is not bad karma; but torturing that animal, or eating excessively with greed beyond your needs, etc would get you another birth as an animal gets tortured. Fulfilling one’s natural needs in a way respectful to the animals and nature around us, which is all God’s creation, will not make you get “bad karma”. Just clarifying for the sake of other readers-what’s your idea?
Graham asks… (18:20)
Have there been any updates to Becoming the Bull/John Doe Bodybuilding Bible? I bought both of the books and noticed they were taken down for a minute from your website; just curious if anything was new. Also, will you ever continue the ideas you started in New World Ronin? I remember you had a new book idea called Full Color Shogun.
Great news: John Doe Bodybuilding is back!
Hercules asks… (18:56)
Victor what do you think of modern and classical art? (I developed a theory that people who like abstract art are not capable of straight thinking I believe they like chaos on their walls because they are full of chaos in their head and have no clear mission).
MoneyStudy asks… (20:07)
Can you talk about how welfare is another means of the elite to control people? Just like the SJWs, people who advocate for welfare act like they’re doing the poor people a big service when in reality, they’re hurting them. Also what has been your experience with dealing with people on welfare? You said you lived in the ghetto for a while.
Sebastian asks… (21:55)
Elaborate on yoga, why do you think it is bad? I’ve had good experiences with the physical part of it, it makes my body very flexible and it is good for blood flow. The spiritual part I do not care too much about but I could see why it is bad. Interested in what you have to say.
Curtis asks… (23:54)
Victor – If you were starting over would you blog or podcast?
Dr. Don asks… (24:38)
I drink a lot of sparkling water. Perrier (from a bottle) and La Croix (from a can). Do you have an opinion on either of these in terms of health?
(25:11) I get that corn and grain are not healthy. The grain that was around in biblical times, however, was very different from the man-engineered grain and corn we have today, by the way. (You can research this.) But with respect to the idea that it’s only natural for man to eat meats and not vegetables (beans, tomatoes, etc). I’m having a hard time understanding this since (according to my understanding), one cannot get all the vitamins and minerals needed to stay healthy from meat only. Can you give scientific evidence that man wasn’t ever to eat vegetables?
Here is your science: http://www.jbc.org/content/87/3/651.full.pdf
Orestes asks… (27:03)
Can you give us tips how to deal with haters? All politically incorrect sites are attacked by feminists and other crazy people, how come B&D comments stay untouched by them? Have they stopped attacking or censorship works so well?
Humpty Dumpty asks… (28:21)
Do you have any opinions on fashion, i.e. what men ought to wear, Victor? I know you have endorsed the ‘Iron & Tweed’ blog in the past, but do you subscribe to any particular fashion regimen yourself?
Gal Hadad asks… (29:50)
I am a naturally curious person and been always deeply studying things I find interesting. How can one combine intense researching with being a blogger? I feel like being a great content-creator these days is the complete opposite. It’s about answering BIG questions, with SHORT sentences, trying to cover HUGE subjects in a SUPERFICIAL way. Because the internet-users’ attention-span has decreased dramatically you need to find a way to catch their attention and there’s a tradeoff with real, deep research and what’s popular today.
I have suggestions for the guy struggling with poo poo: get a toilet stool online, it raises your feet so you are closer to a squat position.
Clay asks… (34:09)
What is your thought about circumcision?
Dan asks… (34:57)
Victor, I’ve been enjoying the podcast a lot. Thanks for making it. Here’s my question: i read somewhere that all powerful men must have three women in their lives: their wife, their lover and their girlfriend. What do you think? Do all or most powerful men have these relationships? Should a powerful man be 100% faithful? Or you think is simply a matter of preference?
All powerful man are selfish and for good reason: it works. Beyond that, modern women are useful for 2 things: pumping and dumping. Modern wives un-ironically demand that their husband be faithful AND refuse to have sex with them.
Nick Hagood asks… (37:11)
What’s the most unique creature or feature you’ve seen while traveling deep into nature? So far, my most memorable experience was shooing away big white mountain goats while climbing a peak in the Olympics. What’s yours? During the Full Color Godcast, we spoke about the last time you made it out to see the stars, and your article “How To Sleep In A Thousand Star Hotel” is one of my favorites. Are you still looking up at the cosmos?
Blue Chris asks… (39:01)
How can I worry less about what people think of me? I know that this fear has held me back from my full potential, yet it seems such a strong instinct that I find it impossible to overcome it and do what I want to do, unapologetically.
Kyle asks… (40:34)
How to stop hating the sound of your own voice?
Wolf asks… (41:15)
Hey Vic, what are your thoughts about global warming?
Michael asks… (42:59)
I’ve been living in China for 4 years and am looking to leave. You’ve traveled to and lived in several Asian countries. Which one would you say is the best to live and work in? I would like to move to another Asian country instead of back to the US if possible (I’m a white American).
Levi asks… (41:16)
Hi Vic, What do you think about living / working in Japan? I am not a fan of SE Asia, and as of currently am dependent on the IT industry. Options would be Shanghai, Singapore or Tokyo
Chris asks… (45:27)
What does a person do about the withdrawal? I understand your explanation on a logical level… but when I try to give up the drugs/chemicals (especially caffeine), the withdrawals are too damn bad. The resulting brain fog and lethargy combined with the intense cravings render me half useless, something I cannot afford to be in my demanding day to day life and job which requires focus and energy. How does one handle the withdrawal while being able to still show up for work and perform?
Freddie asks… (47:41)
Victor, there is a relatively new trend on youtube. Some channels upload a content they call subliminals. The play binaural sounds and at the same time they add some affirmations that can only be heard and/or understood by your subconscious. The creators of these subliminals claim that they can help you change your personality, your body, and even the color of your eyes. What are your thoughts in regards of this topic?
Chez asks… (50:23)
Hey Vic, What are your thoughts on building a blog based on poetry? Ive seen a lot of info on building a blog that helps people via how to’s and tutorials. Whats your thoughts on building a blog based on emotional poetry and creative writing?
Horea asks… (51:15)
What are your thoughts on Charles Bukowski (the writer)?
2 of my favorite Bukowski pieces:
Benjamin asks… (53:26)
I come from the English upper middle class and as such I’ve been raised to be civil and polite. The older I get the more I find being less polite earns more respect; what is your perspective on when to be polite and when not to be?
Jack Freeman asks… (54:48)
Question for you Vic, curious if you ever used contemplating your own death for motivation? I have discovered this a little while back and just posted a blog post about it. By far the most powerful motivation exercise in existence, Its crazy its not talked more widespread and still mostly unknown.
Will asks… (56:07)
I find that when I am using the computer or smartphone for a while my eyes get dry and feel as if they are burning. I also find my head stiffens up and my brain becomes foggy. Any insight?
Floriao asks (and the topic for the next episode)… (57:37)
Whats the key to happiness?
That's it friends!
Until next time.