—-In the 1933 Universal Horror film, The Invisible Man, Claude Rains plays a scientist who becomes invisible when he starts experimenting with a dangerous chemical.
This radical and sudden change turns him from a compassionate seeker of knowledge into a murderer, bent on chaos and destruction. He refuses the call to action that will lead to the journey that will change his life forever. We can even teach other men how to become invisible. I will now show you the ingredients that led to my invisibility.
When I turned invisible, it took a lot longer, but it was just as painful. The hero sees this desolation, and he knows that things must change, but he does not take action. He remains invisible.♦◊♦It took our good Dr Griffin quite some time to discover the exact formula for invisibility, but you and I can recreate it any time that we want. Even though each of us can become invisible, each of us has a unique path to transparency. Take a look at your life and see if any of these elements are in your life at this time. As Lennon said, life kept on going while I was making plans, hatching schemes and building dreams.
They would invite me out, I would choose art over friendship, and I would turn them down.The invitations became fewer and far between, and then they stopped. Phone calls for a second date always got recorded on their voice mail. There comes a time in the hero’s life where he must learn the tools and lessons necessary to overcome the wasteland, to overcome the invisibility that has surrounded him.Like the hero above, I knew that something was wrong, but I didn’t know how to fix the problem and heal myself. He must learn the lessons, and come back and teach those lessons to others.♦◊♦I have returned with the elixir, and I am here to bear witness that we can all be healed.All I knew was, that as a man, I had to take action. I rushed out into the world, signed up for dating services, started going out again, and the pain only increased. You can have a great social life, you can start dating again.You can surround yourself with those who are proud to call you their friend.— When I first started dating again, I had a bad case of Instant Gratification.