The psychology of intimidation can be a tricky thing.
I have friends who are ex-lawmen or long-time martial artists who have asked me about the fact that people they meet seem to be intimidated by them, and I have experienced the same thing when I meet someone new or at the beginning of school when I have all new students who do not know me. Students seem to think that I am a mean, no-nonsense kind of guy, even before I open Intimidating hair cut mouth for the first time. What is it about certain people that intimidates others?
Morgan states, and I paraphrase, that after a certain amount of time training in the martial way, warriors develop a certain energy that other people can sense. This energy, you can call it chi or ki or whatever you like, emits a certain feeling that other people can sense. They really do not know exactly what it is that they are feeling or sensing, but they just get the feeling that you are someone that should not be crossed. The warrior is not consciously trying to intimidate those around him at all.
In fact, it can Intimidating hair cut quite frustrating to give off this energy which seems to intimidate those around you instead of endearing them to youas those of you who have experienced this can attest to.
This unseen energy develops naturally as you continue to hone your skills in martial arts or
Some sense it as "Intimidating hair cut" strong self-confidence and other can sense it as simply someone who is standoffish or dangerous, but I can assure you that people can sense something different about true warriors.
Many of you reading this know exactly what I am talking about — there is just something different about the warrior and people can sense it. Although the true warrior appears to be intimidating to many people, it is truly not his intention unless he is controlling and directing this energy intentionally in a dangerous situation. Predators and ruffians, on the other hand, intentionally use intimidation as a tool to achieve their dishonorable goals.
The tools that they use Intimidating hair cut breed fear and intimidation can range from how they dress and look, to how they speak and present themselves. For example, take a look at the following group of photographs…. Imagine that you are walking down a dark street on your way home from having a couple of drinks with your co-workers. Which of these guys would you find the most intimidating?
Which would you find not intimidating at all? As you have probably already figured out, all of these photographs are of the same person, David Beckham, but even knowing this fact, some of these shots appear much more intimidating than others. What makes him appear much tougher or more dangerous at one time than he does at some other time? Is it the scowl on his face in some pictures? What about the tattoos or the hair style? Maybe it is the clothes Intimidating hair cut is wearing.
Is someone more dangerous or deadly because he is unshaven and wearing jeans and a torn tee-shirt, than he is if he is wearing a polo shirt or a suit and tie? Under all of his different hair styles, tattoos, scowls, and poses, he is the same man. None of the external appearances make him any tougher or more dangerous. So Intimidating hair cut do we find different appearances "Intimidating hair cut" be so intimidating?
This is something that every true warrior needs to think about.