Thread: Alpha Thinking - examples?
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01-26-2011, 10:41 AM #11
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For example today, the girl i liked at work just broke up with her bf, all i managed to say was "are you ok?" who she responded "no", lucky i was with someone else so i just left it at that and I have no idea whether I should txt her, sent her birthday present in a couple of weeks time or whatever (although my gut feeling is no nothing unless she contacts me)@vbbanners:2@
01-26-2011, 11:19 AM #12
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Interesting thread. I disagree with this point "don't put yourself down" but I could be wrong. I think self depreciating humor, as long as it's done in a jokingly manner demonstrates that your frame is so rock solid that you don't mind if people make fun of you.
01-26-2011, 11:22 AM #13
I merged two nearly identical threads.
01-28-2011, 10:41 AM #14
Oh , and for the concept of "once you think about what an alpha would do you already lost" I do agree with that in respect to a live situation, however I also understand why a newby would want to know the basic characteristics and body language. Not that you can really be in set and stop and think "ok how would an alpha respond to this" becasue like Truestory says... by then you already failed.
Learning what an alpha would do and would NOT do is great in a body language aspect, but again as Truestory said, the even bigger picture and more important thing is to learn WHY would an alpha do this or not do this. displaying the body language is great for the fake it till you make it aspect of it, but truly developing the rock solid confidence and the "non-caring I get laid like a rockstar" attitude comes from some deep inner game shit and can take years to truly grasp.
01-28-2011, 02:50 PM #15
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I find the concept of 'non reactiveness' very hard to put into practice, when things happen is it not completely natural to feel an emotion and then a reaction is triggered by that emotion? This is what makes us human no? We have an amazing capacity to be happy, sad, excited,...and a million other ways of being. Are these not a result of interacting with the world and reacting?
Ok it doesn't have to be a negative reaction, and the better inner game you have and confidence you have will reduce this, but I for one find it very hard to relate to someone who appears to have no reactions, 'doesn't give a fuck' attitude, or even the person who seems genuinely happy at all times....quite frankly I don't believe it, and find people like that fake. I also think that there are women who can relate to a man who has a genuine capacity to show emotion.
Can showing that you have a range of emotions makes you more human, and more interesting?
It's something that i struggle with as I find myself reacting to situations in a way that I don't want to. But changing the reaction is so difficult as it is a hard wired response to an emotion.
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