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"Very Powerful"

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I was able to get my hands on some of this through someone I knew, and listened to a few of the cd's.


First off, this stuff ISNT for newbies. Read something like VAH or whatever else first, then get out there.

Second off, this stuff is VERY powerful if you understand it. Most of the inner-game stuff these days comes at you in a "you are the man... show it" type attitude. That type of inner-game mentality is great for evicting the old AFC concepts you have. But it won't take you to the next level. This is the type of stuff that really takes you to the next level IF you get good at it.

This shows you why you experience certain emotions, how to overcome bad states, how to always get in state, and how to become more at peace with your inner-self in order to rid yourself of any subtle signs of validation seeking.


When it comes down to things, this is pretty much 18+ hours of inner game. This ISN'T easy, but what TD says is some of the most enlightening stuff I've ever seen.

Here is the general summary of what I got out of this (keeping in mind, I haven't listend to close to all of this)

1. Our mental states are simply a protection shield made to prevent us from being beaten to death from approaching and being "naturally alpha" without backup or other protection against other alpha males. Thus explaining why we feel so much looser after opening a set and befriending others in a club/bar. Even better if you know bouncers/managers... etc.

2. Most people walk through life in a constant daze, simply reacting on their emotions without understanding them.

3. True happiness, and inner game can only be found when you accept the fact that women and other people can like you for who YOU are, not your routines, not your friends, money, good looks, etc...

4. RAS is a powerful tool, and being indifferent to what most others take quick notice of, shows instant high status. IE, if hot girl walks in room, 20 guys instantly look over, but you don't. Or if a fight breaks out, everyone clamors to see the fight, but you remain there.

5. You ARE good with women, it's not something you do.

6. Most of our presuppositions about women, and how we interact with people in general is simply societal programming.

7. State can be manufactured and instilled upon oneself once you realize that you don't care about others judgements about yourself (because you value your own opinion of yourself higher than others, and don't base it upon others judgement)

8. Don't rely on others to be your source of entertainment/value. If you need to open a set and get them attracted to get "in the zone" ie, in state, then you are already failing.

9. Eliminating bad mindsets is best done by accepting the fact that they're there, but not a part of who YOU are, but rather a simple chemical reaction made by your body.

10. When in an awesome "state" everything will blow open much easier, and the sooner and easier you can manufacture this without relying on external validation, the better.

Overall, while not a full review, this is some deep stuff. This isn't a quick guide on how to pick up girls in a bar, it's not a book with some quick techniques for baiting attraction and some good mindsets to have in. This is more about changing who YOU are by learning to not validate yourself from the outside world. I would venture to say if you're not patient, or even if you're not all that smart, this might fly over your head, but if you take the time to internalize a lot of this, it really is awesome. I'd give it a 10/10, but I haven't listend to all of it, so I can't say how the rest of it is...
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful

"So Simple but at the Same Time So Elusive to Grasp"

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Yeah. Rick H, Juggler, and others have been preaching "Natural Game" for years. Thing is, the way TD explains it, he somehow hits the core essence of what IT is. These concepts are SO SIMPLE but at the same time SO ELUSIVE to grasp. And the potency! Its just like, all these gimmicks and shit, gone. No need. Sure, we have to go out and practice but the definitive ROUTINE, that awesome LINE, the best METHOD, the MAGIC PILL,.....its you man--it is and will always be. Everything else is the icing.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful

"I Think it's Worth every Penny"

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The Good
-It's one of the most "mature" products in the industry -It covers A LOT of ground -It mixes and cooks down A LOT of concepts(sperm wars, Dr.Paul, Greene, Tolle, Robbins etc.) -Great presentation by Tylor(it's worth it to buy the DVDs over the CDs) -Great Quality of the product(one of the best produced DVDs) -NEW stuff incorporated into PU(way beyond just Dr.Paul)
The Bad
-It's not a how to guide -It's not for routine-driven guys who just want to memorize stuff -It's not served ready to eat(which means you have to do a lot of thinking to digest the information given)
I think it's worth every penny. The shocking thing for me is that it really is absolutely different form Foundation, Transformation or Jeffy Show. A lot of other companies would have gone for a rehash of old material. But with Tyler you get the sense that he's constantly evolving and learning. So I kind of have the feeling that RSD is the PU company that is the most on the edge right now.
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4 of 9 people found the following review helpful

"So Worthless It's Not Even Worth Torrenting."

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Just finished The Blueprint Decoded.

I was hoping to at least get RSD's method for applying Tolle to pua.

Nah.

It's a simplified rehash of Ross Jeffries and Mark Cunningham's 1999 LA and 2000 DC seminars, minus the NLP, and explained with some simple evolutionary psychology.

One of the main weaknesses in the VA evolutionary psych material right now is that they ignore the lover-provider distinction. TD harps on that. Lovedrop and others completely ignore it. But anyone who's been keeping up on evolutionary psychology already knows about that, and its application to pick-up is obvious. Anyone who's read the lit already knows that shit. It gives an evo-psych explanation for Mark Cunningham's "rogue male" identity. But evolutionary psych is almost entirely hypothetical right now anyway, and what really matters is what works-.

The Blueprint Decoded: So worthless it's not even worth torrenting.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful

"The Best Product i've Spent Time With"

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first of all, i think the blueprint stuff is more for people who already have a basic understanding of how to deal with girls (shit tests, a bit frame control ... )
after you got that knowledge, blueprint will direct you to the right mindset to have. it will direct you from that robotic thinking to a natural thinking. it will not only help you with girls but with your life in general.

the dvd's are fun to watch and you get very advanced stuff in there, so its better to have some knowledge beforehand.
Tyler does a great job and is a kewl guy.

its funny how i lost my virginity 2 days after finishing watching the dvd set

for me, the best product i've ever spent time with.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful

"Not bad, but nothing special either"

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The Good
- Interesting theories on social conditioning - Good advice on getting into state and mantaining it - Useful exercises on unstifling and crossing the indifference threshold - I liked the ego vs selfesteem part. Although I don't entirely agree with the
The Bad
- Waay too long. 70% of the program is Tyler talking fluff or telling some story I personally don't care about at all. He could have condensed the material to 3-4 hours. A more concise and to the point way of conveying the material would have been better
I recommend this program if you have issues with state or with being too stifled and in your head in social interactions. Other than that I think it is mostly common sense and I think you could spend those 20+ hours more productively. I give the program a 5/10 in total.
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3 of 6 people found the following review helpful

"Many Other Have Touched Upon This."

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I was really giving this product a lot of praise. But then I was talking a friend online and he was saying man this is good stuff but I've heard it before and he was asking me if I've ever read 'Awaken the Giant Within' 'The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People' and a bunch of other good self help books and I have and now I realized where alot of these concepts he talks about came from and this is what he means by he's been working on this for X amount of years.

I'm rereading the 7 Habits and the part on being Proactive and reactive, Tyler covers.

He makes a big point of talking about just 'being' instead of trying hard to do which is important but again Tolle, Covey, Robbins and so many other have touched upon this.
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3 of 6 people found the following review helpful

"Amazing"

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My thoughts on the blueprint? I think it's amazing...I've listened about 5x now and still haven't reached the depths of it. And when I'm 70yrs old...I'll see more depth! Did I feel this way the first time I listened? Definitely not. Nobody will. The blueprint, like a lot of things, only has as much depth as the viewer is capable of seeing. It's a tool..the better you use it, the better it works. Maybe that sounds like common sense..maybe it doesn't. Anyone reading this is hardly as capable of critiquing Wild Strawberries as someone like Roger Ebert is.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful

"A Great Program!"

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the blueprint does help your game tremendously. It is not a quick fix for something like learning a routine and performing it well is but it gives you the right pointers to become (not act like) a person who naturally has success with women.

I've done my routines back in the days and I still think it doesn't hurt to have a good set of attraction switch flipping stories ABOUT YOURSELF & CRAFTED BY YOURSELF, but performing the cube etc...naaahh not for me...I mean, I know the routine stack works cause I have used it in the past BUT I want to be myself, my best self for a very simple reason: If I am a routine performer and I fall in love with the girl I've been gaming, what then? All of the sudden there might be an unpleasant surprise when the stack runs out. This does not happen if I really improve to the best person I can be cause that is permanent and does not run out!

Now, honestly: routines are a quick fix and are easy to learn and implement, at least for me, so my game improved faster during the routines period. I dropped the routine stack at a point where I already had lots of success (with mostly canned A 1-3 game and mostly natural C and S game). After a quick adjustment dip, my game has continued to grow and improve and has already surpassed the routine skill level by quite a margin but it certainly took more work achieving it than it would have taken with routines. Was it still worth it? Hell yeah, cause nowadays a girl is fully attracted to me no matter if it is 15 minutes into the set or on day 48, it does not fade at all anymore.

To summarize my humble opinion on this topic, routines are great training wheels for newbies but because after some time the self will always shine through, they are not the most sustainable solution, cause they run out...

By the way, but you've guessed that by now, I think the blueprint is a great program!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful

"It is Good But a Lot of is Borrowed"

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It is good but a lot of is borrowed from bits and pieces from other products and ideas. When I was listening to him talking about value and reacting I remember IN10SE saying the same thing in 'The October Man' (pg 31-33)
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