May 20, 2016

The Otaku Guide to Creative Visualization

Visualization is a way of meditation that uses daydreams and dreams. Making it creative changes everything because that means you can change your own life. The anime, gaming factor is a choice to make, like the red or blue pill or red Mario and green Luigi. Choose the right idea, choose your fate.

An otaku’s got a pretty advantage over the ordinary person because they know and like anime, already. So its already easy to think about a bunch of cool things to do or be in the world. All the more it takes is to take some time to sit and relax or to get out there and be the person that you would really want to be. All of it actually is about taking the chance to be the person that we wish to be in the real world *IRL*.

A lot of the time people from IRL and adults like to poke fun at otaku and gamers, saying that they don’t know what they’re doing in the real world. Sometimes your parents do that, but then a lot of parents come back and say that they wish they liked anime if they had the choice. Think, “JUST HOW ORNERY IS THAT PIKACHU!”

Sometimes many adults mean it though and other times it’s just their harmless fun without any real bad intent. It’s not really logical to tell an otaku that. If I knew all that in February 2010 (6 years back) when I began this blog, I would have put double the work in, if it makes people feel so special to make fun of anime. No, not I wouldn’t have ever done it… Then if I never started it I would have never went to any conventions with Chansu or Deretsun, even to AX where Pierrot is the best expert. So it’s not really any sense for those other people who don’t like anime to criticize US for a little hobby. Maybe they would like to be anime fans too!

Or maybe, I will keep on using creative visualization until Professor Oak gives me a Pikachu of my own!

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