posted on Jan, 14 2007 @ 07:49 AM
Its good to exersize this to get trough normal life alot easyer too imho.
I personaly might get starteld(sp?) by something sometimes, for instance, I'm not scared of spiders and played with plenty of tarantula's, but, I'm
highly alergic to certain types that are generaly considered home and garden varietys, because of that I have rather strong reflexes to withdraw when
near a spider, but that only last a split second when my mind takes over again, identifies the spider and if its a kind I'm not alergic to, and its
insider the house, I usualy pick it up and put it outside.
Another example shows how keeping your head cool will save your life in everyday events, like once I lost control over my car on the highway, I was
driving around 90mph in pritty heavy traffic, I spinned 3 or 4 times trying to get the car back under control, saw a truck was about to slam into me
so I pulled the handbrake and gave full gas so I started spinning again, out of the path of the truck.
You need your instincts to save you from instant danger, instincts are your split second reactions to events so that you pull back your hand, jump out
of the way, freeze in place so you don't run in front of a car, start running like hell for cover etc.
But you should only let your instincts dictate your action for the split second reaction that takes you out of danger, but right after that you have
to be able to start thinking so that you can activly stay out of danger and steer away from it.