The Lies of the Good

J.C. LaCroix Darkworking, Motivation, Power Tactics

Hello.   I don’t know if you’ve met me yet. My name is Asmoday.   I’d like to share a little bit about myself…   The song, “We are the World”, makes me want to vomit the same way Mein Kamph makes Hebrews want to piss on Germans. I also hate anyone who drives one of those modern VW bugs …

Monkies, Power, and You

J.C. LaCroix Emotional Mastery, Power Tactics

You can become incredibly powerful by watching monkies.   Yes, I am dead serious here.   Let’s look at it for a second. Power is control – the ability to force a certain outcome of any given situation. But to control something, you have to understand it. You must know that if the thing is presented with X conditions, it …

Rooting Exercise (Basic)

J.C. LaCroix Motivation, Personal Productivity, Power Tactics

Have you ever wished you had more personal drive? Perhaps you’ve thought that if you just had more of that inner juice, that moxy, that mojo, whatever you want to call it, if you had it, you could get where you want to go. Maybe its possible that, in your heart of hearts, you know you’re not aggressive enough, or …

Death and Finding Your Purpose

J.C. LaCroix Uncategorized

You are going to die. That’s right, you. Don’t get me wrong here, chief – it’s not personal. Its going to happen to me too, and your friends, my family, that guy I like on the TV or radio, and yes, even that little hottie down the way that you should approach, but don’t. Of course, its not limited to …

The Mirror Exercise

J.C. LaCroix Darkworking, Motivation

I wish you would love yourself. I see you at night, in my mind, when the world is quiet and still. You are like Gods who have had their eyes sewn shut, tossed into a prison. Some of you are smiling. Some of you are faking it. Most of you are not. I see some of you freaking out and …

The Foci Exercise For Emotional Control: Apprentice

J.C. LaCroix Emotional Mastery

Often, when one first starts out on the path, the first thing that is summoned up is a deep pool of fear or dread. It is overwhelming, almost paralyzing. It seems to be a fountain of fear that doesn’t have a source, what Freud called a “free-floating anxiety”. Of course, that fear was always there, and the individual always conscious …