What do I do with all energy?

Discussion in 'Self Improvement' started by Silverson, Oct 12, 2019 at 7:58 AM.

  1. Silverson

    Silverson Fapstronaut

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    Hi Guys,

    Sometimes I got too much energy and emotions that I feel I can scream or just get aggressive or just want to work-out or just feel happiness and that life is a adventure and becoming impulsive and funny. Later I can feel very tired or just exhausted. As you see it is very much as a rollercoaster. I feel that the semen retention is a powerful tool that need to me managed correctly.

    I would need your advices and help in how to process all the energy and feelings?

    Today, I am meditating, working out at home with pushups and situps, talking to girls and going on dates (without the help of apps like tinder or social media), reading books and just trying to think slower in order to not relapse.

    all help or suggestions is much appreciated! Have a wonderful day without porn and I wish everybody peace in mind.
     
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  2. Subzero-32

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    Same here..I'm still learning how to channel all this energy, I'm really not used to feeling so energetic
    I think the best thing to do is to calm your thoughts down, by doing some simple mindful things that you like
    Because all the feeling are triggered by your racing mind
    You are not supposed to deplete all your energy to feel calm
    When you engage in some calming activities you feel like the energy is flowing throw flawlessly, that's what transmutation is..it's about turning the energy into creativity
    So you can draw, write, or do any creative thing that you like
    If you don't have anything to do, then try something new, just try
    I know it's a simple advice that you already know, but I think that's the thing
    There's no secrets or magical solutions
    Anyway I don't have that much experience, just wanted to share my thoughts
    Good luck for you
     
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  3. Silverson

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    Thanks a lot :) I think you are 100 % right. it is simple but hard to do in real life. I need to start , little by little. Great advise. I really appreciate it.
     
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  4. Subzero-32

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    You're welcome..wish you all the best
     
  5. lolos

    lolos Fapstronaut

    Try working out in a gym and doing heavy compound lifts. It is completely differenet to doing pushups and situps at home. It's hard to explain the feeling you get from doing heavy deadlifts and squats. The energy is still there, but you feel like you can control and direct it.

    Also meditate more, and try to be mindful in general. By that I mean be aware of the feeling and what is causing it, and don't let it effect what you are trying to do.
     
  6. Silverson

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    Thanks for the advice. But no Gym. Before I trained very seriouse for around 5 years with 5 days a week. I really don´t like the gym anymore , that is why I train at home for the moment. However, I will try to play tennis with my friend , when I play tennis I forget about the world and only focus o the game.

    True! I need to be more mindful, but it is hard. Feelings and thoughts sometimes take over my life. I am a social person but if a bad feeling or thought comes, it can somtimes take over but in reality it is just a emotion in your head. It got nothing to do with my current status in life. :/ What are your tips in how to be more mindful? What have helped you?

    Thanks again for your support!
     
  7. lolos

    lolos Fapstronaut

    What kind of training did you do in the gym?

    Mindfulness will just come with time and practice. I think you should meditate at least twice a day, once in the morning once before bed for 10 minutes each. Once you have that consistently try 15 minutes then 20.

    Try different meditation techniques. I'm not talking crazy techniques, just tweak things slightly. Try meditating in different positions around your house. Try sitting up super straight or try letting your body relax and slouching. Try focusing completely on your breath, or focus completely on the sensations throughout your whole body, or focus on your surroundings, your room, your house, and how you are positioned in relation to those (this is a weird one, you can sometimes feel like you become one with your surroundings and watch yourself from a third person perspective, it is probably one of my favourite methods). The headspace app has a basics course which is awesome if you want to try guided meditation.

    Once you have meditated consistently for a while the next few things I am going to mention will be a lot easier.

    You don't have to be meditating to practice mindfulness. Whenever you are doing something, try and become very aware of one specific thing. When I used to drive I would become very aware of how my car was positioned inbetween the lanes and I would try to get it perfectly in the centre, or I would becomre aware of how the wheels of the car react to me turning the wheel. You know when you were a kid and everything seemed new and exciting, then after a while you just got used to it and blocked it out? Try and rediscover all of those little things. On your commute (if you commute) notice different things about the houses, what kind of trees there are, the cracks in the road. If you are sitting bored somewhere try and become very aware of how a specific part of your body feels, like the your hands resting on your lap, or your legs on the seat, or a bit of hair on your face.

    Next try to become aware of your thoughts. When your mind is racing, step out and observe your thoughts. Don't engage with them or judge them, don't even think any of them are true, just observe. The headspace meditations are really good for this. Also become aware of your feelings. Stop throughout the day to ask yourself 'How am I feeling right now? Sad? Hungry? Tired? Excited?'. Once you can do this you will be able to correlate your thought patterns and your emotions, which is one of the most helpful aspects of meditation. You will realise you don't really believe what you are thinking, you are only thinking that way because you feel a certain way.

    That's all I can think of. You could try reading the power of now, the dude is on some weird shit, but if you don't take everything he says literally there is some very useful stuff in there. Godspeed brother!
     

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