Any esoteric methods to break the shackles of wageslavery? >inb4 claim NEETbux. I have a family to support

Any esoteric methods to break the shackles of wageslavery?

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  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    What do you do for a living?

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      I am an electrician. It's getting quite tiring.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >nein nein nein
        But I thought the gold standard of boomer advice was to go to trade school, learn a trade, and bring in the blue collar bucks. Not working out for you?

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Electrician is a high paying easy job.
          I guess you are board carrying home those big fat paychecks.

          I'm not a very good one bros. I don't think I can stick with this trade much longer.

          Man has been cursed to till the ground with the sweat of his brow.
          So man is cursed with earning a burdensome living, while woman live life on easy mode.

          Giving charity or tithing is thought to aleviate the burden of earning a living, because by showing financial mercy, you will start to earn a living through mercy rather than through severity. Some claim that many people who give regular tithes become financially free within 5-10 years - if that is indeed their goal.

          There are also many practices where you chant a wealth mantra, or read a wealth orientated scripture verse, for hundreds of hours, and this removes things from your mind that were causing you to be poor. So it removes greed, stingyness, poverty mindset, scarcity mindset, and replaces it with a mindset of generosity, gratitude, and community building. With these samskaras of greed removed, you begin turning the course of your life around to one that generates free and easy abundance. But these practices take years of dedication - its not a quick fix to turn around the deep financial wageslavery curses most men have on themselves.

          Black magic methods don't really work in the long-term, and the costs are so severe that they are just shit. You can't escape karma in the long-run, and your long-term finances depend on karma - so black magic for money is not good.

          Money can have a blessing or a curse on it. Many who obtain ill gotten blood money have cursed money - that is cursed that they can obtain nothing good from it, while it quickly slips away from them.
          But doing good practices leads one to have blessed money, that stretches very far and acomplishes much good.

          >There are also many practices where you chant a wealth mantra, or read a wealth orientated scripture verse, for hundreds of hours, and this removes things from your mind that were causing you to be poor. So it removes greed, stingyness, poverty mindset, scarcity mindset, and replaces it with a mindset of generosity, gratitude, and community building. With these samskaras of greed removed, you begin turning the course of your life around to one that generates free and easy abundance. But these practices take years of dedication - its not a quick fix to turn around the deep financial wageslavery curses most men have on themselves.

          Yes, this is exactly the kind of stuff I am looking for. I solely want to do good and want to do good for others around me but I feel like wageslavery is an extreme burden. I'm not looking for black magic or get rich quick methods. As long as I feel like I am on the road to liberation I can be extremely patient with it. But currently I am feeling stuck, and feel like I need assistance to get out of this trap.

          Is there anything you can elaborate on that would help me with what you have said?

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >I'm not a very good one bros.
            Is the problem a deficiency in actual technical skills or is it a lack of business acumen? I assume you work for someone else. Are you able to strike out on your own?

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            He probably finds it tiring to have to constantly cold call for sales to get jobs to work if you're self-employed (unless you know someone with fat contracts to hand out)

            Finding homeowner or even builder contract or subcontract jobs isn't the easiest thing when you have established businesses offering the same work but they've got established rapport with the builder.

            I'm not even considering phenomenon of low wage hard working Hondurans who will literally happily work for 1/5th of your pay and do a good job.

            The economy is fricked and the only way to make generational wealth is through lucky speculation on commodities or being part of a fraternity.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Electrician is a high paying easy job.
        I guess you are board carrying home those big fat paychecks.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        I literally wanted to become an Electrician

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >I have a family to support
        and friends, I assume. other tradies maybe? get together with them, and build something for your local communities. if you have an employer who's a scum bag, feel free to take a little from them too.

        https://i.imgur.com/bfp2RSK.jpeg

        >rent plot of land
        >buy piglets
        >feed them crop waste and whatever other stuff you can find. they will eat literally anything
        >sacrifice a few to yngvi every once in a while. have an altar on the land and dedicate it to him. a big rock with a hollow in it as a bowl for blood works fine
        >sell the rest to the slaughterhouse
        >profit

        Pick up a movement Art so feeding your family won't make you so weak that you must be invested in money.

        checked

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        you are already are part way there with a valuable skill. See if you and your tradie bros can start a company so that you can pass down your skills and wealth to the next generation like how it used to be for centuries

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Well if you want to make as much money as possible and retire early then I would recommend to get into the Maritime industry. Since you're already an electrician, you just need to get a course I think it's called ETO and then you can work on ships. Obviously this shit isn't for everyone. You will be away from family and friends for months but the major advantage is that you will be able to save up all your money plus your off time is anywhere between 2 and 4 months. So you work for example 6 months and then your off time would be 3 months. Salaries depend on where you live. But honestly Maritime is one of the best careers out there in terms of pay. Everything you make you save since you have 0 expenses. I'm gonna start after about 2 months.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          This was one of my other thoughts. OP could pivot into industries or states where electricians are paid better. But he seems to have two potential problems: having a family could put limits on his mobility, and by his own admission he's not a very good electrician.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            If the interest is still alive, the path of least friction is to fill the gaps in his knowledge and become a good electrician.
            Start from the atom OP.

            After that, you can learn to code on the side, which isn't very lucrative on its own especially for newcomers but if you combine it with your domain knowledge you will be worth your weight in gold.
            Best case scenario you become an embedded engineer and make half a milly for maintaining legacy systems which is not a lot of work. More realistically it should still make you stand out in the sea of applicants and you'd still likely make upwards of 100k.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >if you combine it with your domain knowledge
            Putting aside for the moment that "learn to code" is now less than a meme, I can't think of many ways OP can combine electrician work with programming and make it lucrative and worthwhile. Going into some specialist industry paths could be.

            ah yes, break the shackles of wagecuckery by adding ornaments to them.

            >ah yes... smug smug smug
            What is your complaint? Working for someone else or working at all? If it's the former, then going into business for yourself is always an option. If it's the latter, understand you exist in a world where b***hing an moaning doesn't pay at all unless you're already some rich kid professional activist.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Can't get to the roof without climbing the ladder homosexual

            stupid glowhomosexuals

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >thinks he's a princess in a fairy tale
            >waiting for prince charming to save him

            >he thinks the ladder is real
            >he thinks there's a roof
            [...]
            >calls others smug while acting smug

            >is another princess who pisses on people and acts surprised when people piss back
            And why wouldn't I respond to smugness with smugness of my own? The world doesn't reward laziness. If you're so opposed to receiving wages, make your own wares to sell and keep your own profit. Whining like a Black person won't feed you, loser.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >And why wouldn't I respond to smugness with smugness of my own? The world doesn't reward laziness.
            The fricking irony. Holy. I wonder, should I explain to the smug glowhomosexual? <- smugness

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >hero complex
            >smug
            Yes daddy, come save this anon. Reignite that passion for contributing to the beast's system! Remember, we can't use whips anymore 🙁

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Yeah while I appreciate the advice from others I want to stop working completely, or at least stop working for monetary gain. It just feels like a complete waste of our limited time on this earth for me. I want money, while also not wanting to work. Or at the very least work at something that feels fulfilling while also not having to live as a pauper to do it. Essentially I feel like money and work are far too lame a barrier to keep us from enjoying our time in incarnation. I'm sick of wasting my time with it.

            >thinks he's a princess in a fairy tale
            >waiting for prince charming to save him

            [...]
            >is another princess who pisses on people and acts surprised when people piss back
            And why wouldn't I respond to smugness with smugness of my own? The world doesn't reward laziness. If you're so opposed to receiving wages, make your own wares to sell and keep your own profit. Whining like a Black person won't feed you, loser.

            I don't buy that the world "doesn't reward laziness" when there are plenty of silver spoon heirs, crypto millionaires, and lotto winners who barely have to lift a finger and never have to worry about money again. There are people who have worked themselves to the bone only to die without a penny to their name, or worse, heaps of debt. Before you say they're the lucky ones I don't really believe in "luck", or at least I believe "luck" is more of an unseen force, and one that can possibly be manipulated. I just don't know how. Hence why I am wondering what esoteric solutions people can suggest.

            The world "doesn't reward laziness" is in essence a materialist boomer platitude that I don't believe to be true. To equate working for monetary gain with conscientiousness is also false.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            I hope I don't sound rude btw I genuinely do appreciate the input but career advice is something I could have asked for on EerieWeb or /adv/

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            You don't want money, you want satisfaction. It's easy to see how working for money isn't satisfying anymore, considering the implications of where that money comes from and where its taxes go. Obtaining money used to (thanks to strong gov't propaganda, too bad they've lost the narrative) be indicative of having productively contributed to society. Now, with all of the smoke and mirrors being exposed, it's harder to say you've done anything good by contributing. I feel ya. I'm

            https://i.imgur.com/umPpmPz.png

            Help manifest a solar flare large enough to mess with stuff. All it takes is a little bit of consideration on your part.

            btw.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Curious why none of the anons are responding to this. "Stop being lazy and start working" isn't a knockout argument when corruption and dirty money enter the picture.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            I'm not. The government agents are paid to interact only insofar as attempting to encourage participation in the machine.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >I don't buy that the world "doesn't reward laziness" when there are plenty of silver spoon heirs, crypto millionaires, and lotto winners who barely have to lift a finger and never have to worry about money again.

            You're viewing this through a vacuum where money is the only thing that matters. Truth is, no one will ever have all their ducks in a row. Life changes on a whim, cycles come to an end while new ones begin. Everyone I know with "frick you" money is failing miserably in at least one other area of life (health, romance, family, addictions, etc.). Also, the top 10% in wealth fluctuates daily. Hardly anyone stays rich for the most of their lives. Top-percenters come and go.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >I don't buy that the world "doesn't reward laziness" when there are plenty of silver spoon heirs, crypto millionaires, and lotto winners who barely have to lift a finger and never have to worry about money again.
            And if you're not one of those, what are you gonna do? Complain until someone throws some change at you to shut the frick up? That's called being a bum. You wanna live like that, be my guest. Fricking moron.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Nah he's asking for esoteric secrets regarding wealth accumulation.

            Check out financial astrology and the part of fortune in your vedic natal chart.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Newsflash: Even that requires study, effort and sacrifice. Check his phrasing and language. It's "anti-work". There's working smarter and then there's those clowns.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >study, effort, and sacrifice

            I would be quite happy to do that, I literally just don't want to work as work exists in its current form. Stop pretending there's virtue in it ffs.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Nooooo you must work for a corporation that exploits third-world citizens and/or the environment and/or marks up their prices by 500% and/or deceives customers with "clever" marketing and/or exploits the needs of the less fortunate with "clever" marketing and/or treats you like a disposable napkin! You can't just quit and go your own way!!! You owe it to society to work for snakes and conform to their master plans!!

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Virtually every job requires you comply with snakes as they all require "marketing"/taking advantage of people. Yet we're told that not working such a job is a strain on society, as if you're not fulfilling your duty to scam your fellow brother and sister. The entire system is a scam and by working within it, you are complicit in the degradation of the collective consciousness.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Yet you make a comment on a device made by enslaved third-worlders, sold by a company who sought cheap labor, from a store that greedily marks up prices. But I get it, the matrix at this point is pretty much inescapable. We're too deep into the beast system. All we can do is withdraw one realization at a time.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Why are you assuming that OP is anti-work? You think he's so stupid to believe that he could absorb esoteric knowledge without effort?

            Again, the golden ticket is the part of fortune in one's vedic natal chart.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >"I want money, while also not wanting to work."
            Lmao bruh I don't think the Pajeets who go in for jyotish talk like that. They're asking for opportunities to make more money in better jobs, or for their business to succeed. There's work required in all that. There's even work and money required in remedial measures like charity and homams.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            And homams for wealth can be quite pricey too.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            This is the kind of thing I am talking about. People calling me a bum have me misunderstood.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            What he's leaving out is that familial wealth tends to decrease by the second and third generations. And that people who have poor financial skills tend to blow all their money after a windfall, whether their shitcoin went to the moon or they won the lottery.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            ah yes, break the shackles of wagecuckery by adding ornaments to them.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Can't get to the roof without climbing the ladder homosexual

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >he thinks the ladder is real
            >he thinks there's a roof

            >if you combine it with your domain knowledge
            Putting aside for the moment that "learn to code" is now less than a meme, I can't think of many ways OP can combine electrician work with programming and make it lucrative and worthwhile. Going into some specialist industry paths could be.

            [...]
            >ah yes... smug smug smug
            What is your complaint? Working for someone else or working at all? If it's the former, then going into business for yourself is always an option. If it's the latter, understand you exist in a world where b***hing an moaning doesn't pay at all unless you're already some rich kid professional activist.

            >calls others smug while acting smug

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Straya pays well

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      heavy manual labor but my boss loopholed me into calling myself a gardener so he didnt have to pay OT

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Man has been cursed to till the ground with the sweat of his brow.
    So man is cursed with earning a burdensome living, while woman live life on easy mode.

    Giving charity or tithing is thought to aleviate the burden of earning a living, because by showing financial mercy, you will start to earn a living through mercy rather than through severity. Some claim that many people who give regular tithes become financially free within 5-10 years - if that is indeed their goal.

    There are also many practices where you chant a wealth mantra, or read a wealth orientated scripture verse, for hundreds of hours, and this removes things from your mind that were causing you to be poor. So it removes greed, stingyness, poverty mindset, scarcity mindset, and replaces it with a mindset of generosity, gratitude, and community building. With these samskaras of greed removed, you begin turning the course of your life around to one that generates free and easy abundance. But these practices take years of dedication - its not a quick fix to turn around the deep financial wageslavery curses most men have on themselves.

    Black magic methods don't really work in the long-term, and the costs are so severe that they are just shit. You can't escape karma in the long-run, and your long-term finances depend on karma - so black magic for money is not good.

    Money can have a blessing or a curse on it. Many who obtain ill gotten blood money have cursed money - that is cursed that they can obtain nothing good from it, while it quickly slips away from them.
    But doing good practices leads one to have blessed money, that stretches very far and acomplishes much good.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      yeah but the stupid masons are using it as excuse to enslave people, you are supossed to work for your food in your land, not for lord rothschild's car wash. Fricking satanists always taking everything out of context

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    forklift ticket and MC licence, posi/skidsteer, excavator tickets

    done

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >rent plot of land
    >buy piglets
    >feed them crop waste and whatever other stuff you can find. they will eat literally anything
    >sacrifice a few to yngvi every once in a while. have an altar on the land and dedicate it to him. a big rock with a hollow in it as a bowl for blood works fine
    >sell the rest to the slaughterhouse
    >profit

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >yngvi
      Malmsteen?

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        based
        "NO I DONT WANT YOUR DONUTS"

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Tell your wife to start working

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Thank you everyone for your responses.

      No I want the opposite, I want both of our chains shed.

      I literally wanted to become an Electrician

      I wanted to myself but I'm not so impressed with the reality. I don't have enough interest in the field to go self-employed so I'm stuck being a wagie. I'm already tired of it and I'm still young, when I'm older and my body starts to break I'll really be in trouble.

      https://i.imgur.com/bfp2RSK.jpeg

      >rent plot of land
      >buy piglets
      >feed them crop waste and whatever other stuff you can find. they will eat literally anything
      >sacrifice a few to yngvi every once in a while. have an altar on the land and dedicate it to him. a big rock with a hollow in it as a bowl for blood works fine
      >sell the rest to the slaughterhouse
      >profit

      Thank you for the post but I'd rather be a wagie than turn to blood magic personally.

      >I have a family to support
      and friends, I assume. other tradies maybe? get together with them, and build something for your local communities. if you have an employer who's a scum bag, feel free to take a little from them too.

      [...]
      [...]
      checked

      I try to paint this picture, try and round us up to strike it out on our own, but I don't think people have the interest tbh. Too many people are checked out of society.

      Pick up a movement Art so feeding your family won't make you so weak that you must be invested in money.

      Can you elaborate on this?

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        nta but movement arts include tai chi, qigong, hatha yoga, falun gong, castaneda's tensegrity, gurdjieff movements & the 5 tibetan rites

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        I think you're stuck in the mindset that you have to choose something right now and that has to be the thing you do for the next few decades. Most people don't just have one job for their whole life. Probably a strong majority of people bounce around to new jobs all the time. Being an electrician isn't that bad. You don't have to work 8 hour shifts a lot of times, you get paid to travel a lot and, especially when you're new, there's a lot of standing around not doing much.
        You can start learning about crypto. I don't necessarily suggest you buy anything particular, but it's cool to learn about at least.

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Pick up a movement Art so feeding your family won't make you so weak that you must be invested in money.

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Start tithing. Give 10% of your gross monthly income away to charity. You should start seeing results after a couple months.

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Help manifest a solar flare large enough to mess with stuff. All it takes is a little bit of consideration on your part.

  9. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >i have a family to support
    No. You can try going off grid but it's not as pretty as many try to paint it and you're not really escaping that much.

    If you were on your own you'd have more options, but sadly you're living an iteration where you need to break your back just to try and become a slave (get a job) and then doubly break your back as an actual slave once you make it. The smartest thing to do is to build up your networking early on, because we all know shit runs on nepotism, with enough of it you can somewhat escape the worst aspects of the system.

  10. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Yes, calculate the part of fortune in your vedic natal chart then make decisions based on it. It's literally as easy as that. You may not like the answer though. For example, I have a friend who keeps trying to make easy money through speculation but his part of fortune is in Cancer in the 4th house. If he just gave up his false dream and settled into a family and/or more domestic life, actual opportunities to get rich would present themselves.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      > calculate the part of fortune in your vedic natal chart then make decisions based on it.

      Where is a good place to start with this?

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        The astrology n00b shortcut is to Google "astrology part of fortune calculator". Once given the result, Google it and read as many sources as you can to get familiar with what your part of fortune entails and what kind of work you should be doing that will allow not only the greatest yields but the greatest satisfaction. There are plenty of online resources.

  11. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I quit going to work after I realized 90% of the time I'm just wasting my time doing pointless shit nobody cares about and not getting ahead in life.
    I worked there a lot over the past 12 years and the wagie community was a major factor in my decision to not work anymore. NEETs did it to an extent as well but WAGIES are far worse.
    Someone could give a long drawn out and factually accurate explanation of what would have to happen for me to even be able to one day buy a home and have a family and why working was fraudulent. The post would get a dozen responses of
    >WHY SHOULD YOU EAT?
    >when you know you know
    >economic collapse is coming
    >stack metals the end is nigh
    >keep waging homosexual
    >100% eoy silver will reach 5k an ounce
    Or some equally long schizo post explaining numerology, using bible scripture and random posts here explaining how by the end of the year billions will be unemployed because of the AI.
    Here we are.
    After seeing the nothingburger today I came here just to watch the seething and suicide letters. It’s beyond EOY, the jobs didn't disappear, the banks didn't collapse (unfortunately), no more use cases and all the dirty laundry is out in the air now.
    It’s not going to be Millennial's Economic Paradise, it will not be the Roaring 20's all over again. The world will not be descending into hyper deflation and prosperity (as was obsessed over for months/years) it will be going on as usual with no major gains or rewards.
    I will enjoy watching wagies burn every step along the way.
    Why?
    Because those fricking idiots deserve it all.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      What are your retirement plans?

  12. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    by being neet you are just giving the burden of wageslavery to another person.
    I think the perfect way is living off grid by yourself.
    I'm neet and a coward so can't do it myself but I hope you the best

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      I fell asleep to some 90s Art Bell the other day and when I woke up it was a lady talking about if you put some change you find in your shoe it will make you find more money. She backed it up with some bible verse about what you trod on you will gain, said she'd found $300 in a couple weeks.

      that's assuming everyone needs to wageslave but really, most things are automated and only about 20% need to wageslave for society to continue to function, if you even want that. most wageslaves aren't doing anything truly productive.

  13. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    ITT: homosexuals who are too lazy to work for any gains in mundane life and think there's an esoteric magical way they can do nothing and get something.

  14. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Alms-giving. It's easy but here are things you MUSN'T do:
    >don't donate to ngos, charities, or any of that- it's a scam
    >if you're christian don't donate to the pastor personally, donate to the whole church itself. easier to do if catholic, the priest already has a fixed salary and doesn't depend on alms
    try to tithe if possible, give money personally to the poor: beggars, street kids, etc. Or buy toys, blankets, food supplies etc and personally hand them to a competent relief non-official group of volunteers. neighbours or people from the community.

  15. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    the magicians who will money into their life dont have a stable income. unless you want to be an investor, landlord, or company owner, you need a job.

  16. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    EVERYBODY START BURDENMAXXING IMMEDIATELY. THIS IS NOT A DRILL

    Start stealing and become a burden on society. First thing you should do is quit your worthless wagie job. Don't bother applying for benefits, welfare or any other government assistance unless you really can't help yourself. I personally prefer to also GHOSTMAXX, no properties in my name, no hand outs, no benefits, no taxes, just living in the shadows of society and outside of the system as much as I can, but I digress. Simply take everything you need from big corporations, resell it and enjoy life. Hit their israelite warehouses and megastores and become an honest reseller. Make sure to post about it and encourage more people to become burdens like you. Once enough people do this, their system collapses. Also always remember how over half the population got vaxxed and sided with the government? make them pay and enjoy it too. This is how you get back at the israelites, the governments, the corporations, the normie cattle and everybody else who wronged you.

    There is nothing more that israelites and their wagie cattle fear than you anon getting ahead in life, never forget that.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Based. I'm a neet on bennies and too pussy to do this but if it works for you I'm glad

  17. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    become a furry artist
    make weird porn for literal cultists
    profit

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >furhomosexual admits he's a cult
      based

      anyways I got a local furry artist's entire fricking business destroyed through an accidental fear campaign entirely propagated by the victim.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        u mad bro?

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >anyways I got a local furry artist's entire fricking business destroyed through an accidental fear campaign entirely propagated by the victim.
        That's why I tell everyone I'm asexual so I don't get blackmailed by sex pests.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      There's also lots of money in writing customized erotica.

  18. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    become amish and sovereign

  19. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Idk get into Gurdjieff's fourth way to derive something good from the suffering of being a wagie. If you're asking for some sort of "magical ritual" to become rich just gtfo.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      I'm more thinking along the lines of Law of Assumption kind of stuff tbh

  20. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Think of it as servitce instead of slavery. Service to your family. We are all servants or slaves here. Third option is annihilation.

  21. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Bonds, mutual funds, high-APY savings account (CDs are shit these days, might as well retain access to the money), fortune 500 stocks, real estate. Stay out of precious metals and ETF homosexualry. People will literally pay you money just for having money anon, it's not that hard

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      This is true. If you simply deposit 10 million dollars into the bank, the interest garnered is the average wage. It's that easy. That's why rich people don't care about anyone, or anything.

  22. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    capitalism must die

  23. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    My israelite former friend once told me "but if you did become a zen master, you'd no longer mind being a truck driver."
    Oy!

  24. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    For all the people complaining about having to work: just don't. Abandon whatever family you have right now and go live in the woods. Live off the land. If you get arrested for trespass, bingo! Free accommodation, food and exercise for whatever number of days. Frick paying the fine. Just do and be. Doobie doobie do.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      The people who say that kind of thing are normally people who have never done anything close to what they suggest.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >woosh
        Yeah, that's cause I actually like my job.

  25. 1 month ago
    Hermes

    Pray for money everyday

  26. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Find whatever free time you have + Whatever you are BEST at

    combine the two somehow to make money

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      What if you aren't much good or passionate about anything that can be monetized

  27. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    touch grass

  28. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Think in abundance
    think creatively
    Expand upon the abundance thought.

  29. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >I have a family to support

    big mistake.

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