Sorry guys, that I waited so long with my reply. (busy weeks)
Anyways, I want to share two things with you all,
The first thing is, that kyou wanted to hear how I got clear. Well, I post it, but please don't start to discuss or argue this method here, because this topic simply isn't about that.
So, what cured acne (in my case!) in one week, is deeper breathing and khm... well, no-ejaculation.
The second (much more important) thing I realized is, that when I had acne, I avoided social situations, I avoided lots of events, parties, people, in one word: the essence of life. I guess it sounds familiar to many other acne-sufferers.
I watched the movie Yes Man a couple of weeks ago. You can argue whether this movie itself is good or bad or plain stupid (I enjoyed it personally), but it's message was eye-opening for me.
If someone hasn't watched the movie yet, I suggest them to do it immediately.
It's about a boring guy, who always avoids new things, and just says "no" to basically everything. He can't step out of his comfort zone, his life is miserable, boring and empty. He meets this old buddy, who suggests him a self-help seminar, where he learns, that his life is empty only because he can't see opportunities and can't say "yes" to them.
Watching this movie, I could remember the most awesome year in my life, when I had a girlfriend with a very positive attitude. In that year, I said a loud and happy "YES" to every cool party/opportunity/event as well as stupid and boring ones, without thinking. Sometimes just because I didn't want to appear boring in front of her. It worked pretty well, and the seemingly boring/stupid ones turned out to be cool or useful at least. Although I had lots of ugly red pimples that year, yet many many good things happened to me. I was a Yes Man unconsciously.
And now? Nothing happens, although I don't have acne anymore. Why is that?
I feel lucky that I figured it out, because life's already been changing, I have been practicing this yes-method for a week maybe, and now I feel like I live my life again.
We should definitely start a "Yes!" topic.
Edited by Drache, 12 February 2013 - 03:52 AM.