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"You have power over your mind - not outside events. Realize this, and you will find strength."

You cannot control anything in real life the only thing you can really control is your mind.



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The Sentinel of Shadows

The Sentinel of Shadows

Always act on the idea that God/Ancestor's/Family are watching.

  • Feeling like someone's watching encourages us to do right by our values and live with integrity.
  • Believing in watchers means having wise guides, pushing us to make choices that align with higher ideals.
  • Knowing we're being observed by a higher power gives our actions a deeper purpose, making our journey feel more meaningful.
  • Seeing God, ancestors, or family as watchers provides a comforting sense that we're not alone, making life's challenges easier to face.


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The Oath of Virtue

The Oath of Virtue

Reinforce what I find good in life, what I need to protect and save.

  • Embracing a sense of duty involves reinforcing the positive aspects of life and actively protecting and preserving what matters most to us.

↪ Find what gives you a push in life. (Family Purpose  Growth)

↪ Internalize & Make it a part of you, what stays with you life long.

↪ Set Goals/System - Fuel Your Discipline/Motivation Around It.


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The Code Enforcer

The Code Enforcer

Not the motivation discipline, the kid discipline.

  • Punish yourself when you don't achieve your targets.

Be your own Sargent, make yourself do 50/100 pushups.

✔ Positive punishment, in behavioral psychology, involves the addition of an aversive stimulus to decrease the likelihood of a behavior

✔ Positive reinforcement—rewarding desired behaviors—rather than punishment, as it tends to be more effective in promoting long-term behavioral changes and maintaining a positive mindset


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The Stoic

The Stoic

Stoicism is also a mindset that's based on the idea that your mind determines your perceptions. Stoics believe that the problem is not the external world, but your internal world.

  • Negative Visualization: We must always try to picture the worst that could happen – and then remind ourselves that the worst is survivable

Pessimism: Broader attitude characterized by a consistently negative outlook on life

Do not confuse both. Stoic's aim to promote gratitude and resilience while pessimism maintains a negative outlook on life with hopelessness and a negative mindset.


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The Battle-Tested Spirit

The Battle-Tested Spirit

"Struggle & Success come hand in hand"

  • Trauma is growth, don't use it to consume you or destroy you.

It's volatility in your life and in your world whenever a situation occurs.

➛ Ex. Family member dies. (logically it's easier, emotionally it hits harder)

✘ - Cry about it, start complaining, use vices to forget, ruining your life, never healing.

✔ - Cry about it, send respects to their hearts, cry about it again, live up to their will and use The Watcher concept for now they are watching you.

*If you are going through this, I believe in you, even when no one will.*


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