posted on May, 13 2014 @ 07:15 AM
It matters but not in the cut and dried ways we all easily understand.
It is more a confidence and wholeness issue,I was a high level athlete and I always needed to be seeking balance ,everywhere in my life ,and this
sense of balance directly effected me as an Athlete,I am not saying it effected anyone else,but then again I was the Most Outstanding Male Athlete in
my High School so take this for what you will.I was consistantly better than everyone else to the point that you had to make me believe me or my team
would lose to make that happen and when I was in balance no one could do that,being in balance to me meant long hair,very long hair.
A man must be whole and complete to perform at his optimal level.Making a man do ANYTHING he does not wish to on a personal level takes away his
identity,it didnt require waste of money studies to know this,for gods sakes the reason they cut your hair is to break you away from your
individualism and make you into a teammate.
The tough guy who had extra confidence and bravado because he was a part of a group who all wore long hair will naturally attribute his identity to
some degree to the physical appearance and"feeling" he became used to,so obviously if you cut his hair he will lose that comfort zone,and he will
still be able to do 100 pushups but he will not have the edge and confidence to beat you hand to hand 9 times out of ten if his hair is cut and his
comfort zone destroyed,he may only beat you 6 or 7 times out of ten,and this is a huge margin in competition,a crippeling margin if you are on the low
end of the scale.
Hair is our body protection so quite obviosly when you remove it we feel and actually tangiblly are less protected.If you ARE less protected then you
SHOULD experience a negative loss of some degree of confidence if you are sane and intact and paying attention.At the highest levels of competition
the smallest things become epic in importance,I had a habit of flipping my hair out of my eyes and I incorporated it into the things I did even at
the highest speeds when my mind and body had to be working seamlessly.MOST men do not even know this fine degree of lattitude exists,this is why they
are average or above average but NEVER the best.I was doing everything my opponents were doing plus more AND I was flipping my hair as a mental
reminder when I checked off the things I was suppossed to be doing out there,I ADDED an extra step,ha ha ha.I had time to do that,and it was this
extra level of managment and awareness as it relates to individual time managment that gave me an edge.
This reality extends to equipment,how your shoes are tied,what you eat,anything that has a bearing on you physiclly or cerebrally.
The real question is who was the idiot who did not realise immediatly that the act of intentionally cutting peoples hair to control and manipulate
them would not have this negative impact on their high performance Trackers?
Do you see bald animals in the forest?In the Jungle? Of course not,so how the heck do you think it "feels" to be in the forest and be the only bald
The reason hair is buzzed off in the first place is because the idea is to get soldiers to NOT FEEL these small degrees of self-realisations,they want
the men and women to be in a state of mind that they have contrived for a specific set of circumstances to make them stronger as a group and as
individuals in terms of this one single task.They want to break everyone away from the indivdualism that makes us who we are,this is so they can
develop a simple baseline to work with.You do NOT want soldiers worrying about their hair when they are in the trenches and bullets are flying
everywhere,but you DO want your trackers worrying about every tiny detail they can incorporate into their jobs and whatever aspects of that action
they need to reinforce.
So if they cut your hair to stop you from being an individual does it not make sense that they would make you grow it long if they wanted you to be as
much of an individual as you can be?
I do not see Remote Viewers all walking around looking like modern day jesus,so they arent tapping into any "force".
It is a comfort zone and personal awareness issue and there are physical advantages to having long hair no one talks about from the ways you note how
the wind is blowing to the temperatures to ... well there are many small details that are important but that only people operating near their personal
optimal performance levels will ever realise exist.
Regular soldiers do not need 100% awareness they need 100% obedience,Trackers can not function under 100% control,they must have their individual mojo
intact and functioning,regular soldiers are like a dull butter knife and Trackers are like a scalpel.This is how these different people are built,and
if they dont come this way then the Military encourages them to adjust.