How to Watch a Political Debate

Since we’re in the midst of another election cycle in the USA, you may find yourself tempted to watch a political debate or two. But of course we all know what happens when you try to do that. First you get nauseous and vomit. And then you begin to fear for humanity itself.

This is a common problem among my readers. It happens when your vibe isn’t tuned to the proper frequency. You need to adjust your vibe first, and then you’ll be able to avoid such negative side effects.

Through much experimentation, I’ve developed a simple elixir that will tune your vibe to the precise frequency where you can enjoy any political debate, just as if you were right there in the audience. With this elixir the words spoken during the debate will sound completely sensible because your vibe will be at the proper frequency to interpret them as truth.

You can easily make this elixir at home on your own. All of the ingredients can be found at Costco.

I call this a Transporter Psychosis. Here’s the recipe:

Juice of 1 lime 1 oz Grand Marnier (orange liqueur) 1 oz Bombay Sapphire Gin 1 oz Brandy 2 oz Malibu Rum (coconut liqueur) 4 oz Pellegrino sparkling water (use more water if you prefer a lighter flavor)

Add ingredients in the order listed. Stir. Serve over ice cubes.

Note that Malibu Rum (42 proof) is half as strong as the other liquors, so this drink contains the equivalent of four one-ounce shots. Fortunately it doesn’t taste nearly as strong as it looks. The combination of the lime juice, Grand Marnier, and Malibu Rum gives it a sweet, fruity flavor.

Simply drink one of these before any political debate (optionally sipping a second one throughout the debate), and your vibe will be in perfect sync with the frequency of the debate.

To help shift your vibe back to normal after the debate, I recommend taking two capsules of HealthForce’s Liver Rescue.

I should add that a Transporter Psychosis has many other incredible benefits, which I encourage you to explore on your own. For instance, you can have a Transporter Psychosis before watching any Season 2 episode of Twin Peaks (1990s version), and it will make perfect sense to you.

Many conscious growth enthusiasts have struggled for years with our inability to participate in the political process without having a mess to clean up afterwards. Now we finally have a workable solution.

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Steve Pavlina

Steve Pavlina is an American self-help author, motivational speaker and entrepreneur. He is the author of the web site and the book Personal Development for Smart People.