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Interesting and waaaaay more of an enjoyable creative take on subjects that psychology has made “rational.”

As long as this isn’t a path that is followed by a person who is likely to cause harm to themselves and others due to a chemical (as in biological), unmanaged natural imbalance, this approach to focusing on the will while being very conscious of the environment within which one can exercise it could work in a beneficial, personal way.

That being said, anyone who is likely to cause harm to themselves and others due to a chemical, unmanaged natural imbalance wouldn’t be in a good place even in a world where “rational” stamps out all other approaches to living.