Sep 26, 2018
Was there a game online that encouraged it’s “players” to commit suicide? And can you reshape your reality through hypersigils?
The Blue Whale Game was a viral hit/catastrophe a few years ago, and with the emergence of the “Momo” meme, we take a look to see if there is any truth behind the idea of a “suicide challenge.”
Then we explore the idea of hypersigils. Is it possible to create the world you’ve always wanted by turning your life into a narrative? If you tell yourself a story about you, will that story come true?
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hypersigil, hyperstition, or simply interesting living?
What is a hypersigil?
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