Tyler Remus Cloud’s Practical Madness

 

Blogger Tyler Remus Cloud and His Musings on Life



optimizing your cognitive build

Posted by on Nov 30, 2019 in Practical Madness | 0 comments

optimizing your cognitive build

The thoughts we keep are what make up how we behave… why not set those up for success and stop pretending the thing we haven’t thought about at all is going to work?

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Beating the storm by changing your battle strategy

Posted by on Nov 28, 2019 in Practical Madness | 0 comments

Quite often people try to fight large problems with tools that would fit old battles… but that isn’t the way to do it, one must fix little parts of the beast to get control of their life and win the real battles…

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the necessity of wonder

Posted by on Nov 27, 2019 in Practical Madness | 0 comments

the necessity of wonder

You can lose wonder, and when you do it is not that you’ve lost child’s eyes but that you’ve decided your dreams ended and this stuck rut is ok, Don’t fucking do that…

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Emotional Alchemy

Posted by on Nov 25, 2019 in Practical Madness | 0 comments

Emotional Alchemy

Emotional alchemy is the process by which a person accesses their own expectations and emotions to plan out actions with previously doubted or impossible results by designing what you focus on, bring with you, and allow yourself to vibe with…

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Superhero Therapy

Posted by on Nov 18, 2019 in Practical Madness | 0 comments

Superhero Therapy

Why not take advice and guidance from a super hero? Better yet, why not pick the super hero who fits your life best and who would be best fit to solve the largest problems of your life…

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Rehash your societal grasp to rewrite the future

Posted by on Jun 9, 2019 in Practical Madness | 0 comments

Rehash your societal grasp to rewrite the future

If the rebel is always alive and well within a person then the group can never flourish, nor can the rebel bloom what the group has planted…

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effective bandaids vs paranoia and a glass cage

Posted by on Apr 16, 2019 in Practical Madness | 0 comments

effective bandaids vs paranoia and a glass cage

When humans are hurt, we get defensive. That defensiveness is effective when it stays in the moment and on that topic, but humans can hold themselves back by letting that defensiveness running wild. We must not let that happen, the wild running is supposed to be for our hearts and for fun, not loss and fear…

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effective rebellion vs internalized defensive weakness

Posted by on Apr 6, 2019 in Practical Madness | 0 comments

when americas foudnaing fathers said this is the land of the free and all men are created equal, they did what all bullies have done which is rob other weaker people, talk shit on the bullies they’d escaped, then rationalize and title their bullshit as if it doesnt smell with words and phrasing far from realistic and often insanely hypocritical. So for the sake of fuck all that noise, lets examine what true freedom looks like. when one rebels effectively they stop being abused or hurt. when one internalizes abuse and weakness they...

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The will to be valid in the face of everything sucking

Posted by on Apr 2, 2019 in Practical Madness | 0 comments

The will to be valid in the face of everything sucking

We live in strange times, and every person encounters moments in their own times where they feel worthless and overwhelmed, then maybe even powerless.
It is in these times that we are given the most ample spot to say,”No, you move”…

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Anchors in our past holding back our rationale

Posted by on Mar 18, 2019 in Practical Madness | 0 comments

Anchors in our past holding back our rationale

What directs the winds and waters that our life rides upon? To not question this is to fall silly into missed opportunity and a ferrari used as a couch…

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