How to kill high inhibition by healing trauma to become authentic & socially dominant.

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If you want to learn how to live in the moment, be authentic, confident and yourself and have people look up to you despite being schizophrenic and autistic this thread is for you. Social dominance is arguably the most important thing to get any girl SOAKED. In this thread I am going to explain how it is trauma that leads to high inhibition, social anxiety and so on and how to easily get rid of it. I have my own definition of trauma for this and not some modern gay explanation.

I have been thinking for some time if I wanna do another contribution to this forum and now stumbled onto something that can not simply be copied and sold by some 2 digit IQ tiktoker. This topic will delve a little bit into philosophy but bare with me - everything in this thread relates to the real world and is not some Pseudo-Intellectual nonsense. I might just help to make you start understanding yourself better.

But first please listen to this banger



To say it in simple words: high inhibition is the lack of ability to feel your current emotions in any given moment. To explain this statement let's look at Friedrich Nietzsche and his concept `Wille zur Macht` - will to power which he identified as the main driving force in humans.
The will to master the space around us; the will to be free, to compete and to dominate and conquer. But first and foremost it means actualizing our will onto this world. Our will does not always correlate with the things we want or the things we think we want. The things we want are often time imposed on us and passively accepted while our will is a permanent force inside of us that we experience it through our emotions.
Anger, fear, enjoyment, lust and so on. These emotions control our mind and body, we cannot change them but only suppress them. If one was to live free the most defining aspect about that individual would be his emotional state - his will in that given moment. We are in fact our emotions and if we cannot express or feel them properly our identity starts fading away.

This is where my definition of trauma comes in. Trauma is the self-conditioning to suppress ones emotions and not when 'le bad' happens. Things like family casualities, war or any kind of disaster that are not self impossed do not lead to trauma - we are designed to deal with these hardships. Prior to modern warfare and world war 1 things like PTSD or post war trauma were not as comon. Here you can read about “the apparent absence of a concern with combat trauma'' in ancient greece.
Trauma in reality comes from the inability to properly regulate ones emotions as a child. If a child cannot properly express its emotion they will start learning how to suppress it. It is a self-learned coping mechanism to deal with stress. Being able to show and express even bad emotions is highly important for babies and young children, it is instinctual as they are yet to learn how to deal with foreign impulses while being relient on their parents.
Neglect from ones parents, unstable families, unnatural stress, parents who feel the need to mold their young children too much are probably the main factors. Without a doubt the causes mainly stem from our degenerating society. Other reasons for this might be cucked things such as Christianity going hand in hand with Morality. Being taught to adhere to Morality from a young age also lead to a self-impossed self-suppression of our emotions and desires, especially ''bad ones'' such as anger. Instead of adhering to some fake and gay morality it is our compassion from the inside that matters.

If you have not fully understood how this relates to social anxiety yet ask yourself what you feel when you are around other people. When interacting with others highly inhibited people often times think ``How should i react to this?``, ``Am I supposed to be angry now?``, ``What do I need to say now for the person to like me?``. This is because they themselves are unable to feel how they actually want to react.
They are also unable to hold themselves up in smalltalk or how to react to jokes because they will always have to think about said things instead of simply reacting depending on how said words made them feel.
Often times they even learn from a young age how to react to certain things, however their answers and reactions do not come from their real emotions and will feel very unauthentic. In my experience these people are also highly sensitive and empathic to others. Instead of feeling their own emotions they sense the emotions of others. Something that can be great quality but also easily exploited. ADHD, procrastination and impulsivity (as often times those unaware of their emotions can just burst out) are also comon traits.

So how do we change this? Well the answer is quite easy to be honest. For me all it took is to become aware of this and to understand myself. For others it might take a while to uncondition their learned behaviour of suppressing their emotions via awareness training, meditation and so on. This might lead to some unexperienced gigaautism and shyness at first but it will make you feel free about yourself and in the longterm a complete social chad. Also accepting pain from the past that left scars inside of us. Starting to not take shit from ones parents or siblings is also key.
Obviouisly some confidence is also necessary for this and being good-looking, tall, muscular, smart, succesful etc. plays a big role in that. However that alone won't make you be able to connect with others.

If you enjoy my content make sure to check out my Instagram.

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it's a very good thread OP, thank you!
 
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interesting thread but idk why you redefined trauma for no reason
 
If you want to learn how to live in the moment, be authentic, confident and yourself and have people look up to you despite being schizophrenic and autistic this thread is for you. Social dominance is arguably the most important thing to get any girl SOAKED. In this thread I am going to explain how it is trauma that leads to high inhibition, social anxiety and so on and how to easily get rid of it. I have my own definition of trauma for this and not some modern gay explanation.

I have been thinking for some time if I wanna do another contribution to this forum and now stumbled onto something that can not simply be copied and sold by some 2 digit IQ tiktoker. This topic will delve a little bit into philosophy but bare with me - everything in this thread relates to the real world and is not some Pseudo-Intellectual nonsense. I might just help to make you start understanding yourself better.

But first please listen to this banger



To say it in simple words: high inhibition is the lack of ability to feel your current emotions in any given moment. To explain this statement let's look at Friedrich Nietzsche and his concept `Wille zur Macht` - will to power which he identified as the main driving force in humans.
The will to master the space around us; the will to be free, to compete and to dominate and conquer. But first and foremost it means actualizing our will onto this world. Our will does not always correlate with the things we want or the things we think we want. The things we want are often time imposed on us and passively accepted while our will is a permanent force inside of us that we experience it through our emotions.
Anger, fear, enjoyment, lust and so on. These emotions control our mind and body, we cannot change them but only suppress them. If one was to live free the most defining aspect about that individual would be his emotional state - his will in that given moment. We are in fact our emotions and if we cannot express or feel them properly our identity starts fading away.

This is where my definition of trauma comes in. Trauma is the self-conditioning to suppress ones emotions and not when 'le bad' happens. Things like family casualities, war or any kind of disaster that are not self impossed do not lead to trauma - we are designed to deal with these hardships. Prior to modern warfare and world war 1 things like PTSD or post war trauma were not as comon. Here you can read about “the apparent absence of a concern with combat trauma'' in ancient greece.
Trauma in reality comes from the inability to properly regulate ones emotions as a child. If a child cannot properly express its emotion they will start learning how to suppress it. It is a self-learned coping mechanism to deal with stress. Being able to show and express even bad emotions is highly important for babies and young children, it is instinctual as they are yet to learn how to deal with foreign impulses while being relient on their parents.
Neglect from ones parents, unstable families, unnatural stress, parents who feel the need to mold their young children too much are probably the main factors. Without a doubt the causes mainly stem from our degenerating society. Other reasons for this might be cucked things such as Christianity going hand in hand with Morality. Being taught to adhere to Morality from a young age also lead to a self-impossed self-suppression of our emotions and desires, especially ''bad ones'' such as anger. Instead of adhering to some fake and gay morality it is our compassion from the inside that matters.

If you have not fully understood how this relates to social anxiety yet ask yourself what you feel when you are around other people. When interacting with others highly inhibited people often times think ``How should i react to this?``, ``Am I supposed to be angry now?``, ``What do I need to say now for the person to like me?``. This is because they themselves are unable to feel how they actually want to react.
They are also unable to hold themselves up in smalltalk or how to react to jokes because they will always have to think about said things instead of simply reacting depending on how said words made them feel.
Often times they even learn from a young age how to react to certain things, however their answers and reactions do not come from their real emotions and will feel very unauthentic. In my experience these people are also highly sensitive and empathic to others. Instead of feeling their own emotions they sense the emotions of others. Something that can be great quality but also easily exploited. ADHD, procrastination and impulsivity (as often times those unaware of their emotions can just burst out) are also comon traits.

So how do we change this? Well the answer is quite easy to be honest. For me all it took is to become aware of this and to understand myself. For others it might take a while to uncondition their learned behaviour of suppressing their emotions via awareness training, meditation and so on. This might lead to some unexperienced gigaautism and shyness at first but it will make you feel free about yourself and in the longterm a complete social chad. Also accepting pain from the past that left scars inside of us. Starting to not take shit from ones parents or siblings is also key.
Obviouisly some confidence is also necessary for this and being good-looking, tall, muscular, smart, succesful etc. plays a big role in that. However that alone won't make you be able to connect with others.

If you enjoy my content make sure to check out my Instagram.

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who cares about being authentic, just morph your personality for the best women appeal (only a marginal boost but still)
 
who cares about being authentic, just morph your personality for the best women appeal (only a marginal boost but still)
Authenticity is being comfortable in your own skin. Inner comfort feels so good that you will naturally start to make others feel comfortable when interacting with them. As social creatures, we easily pick up cues and often mimic the behavior of others.
 
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Authenticity will make you feel comfortable in your own skin. Inner comfort feels so good that you will naturally start to make others feel comfortable when interacting with them. As social creatures, we easily pick up cues and often mimic the behavior of others.
i am very comfortable, that doesn't mean that i should project every emotion i fell whenever i am in a social situation, as a subchad people would just not care about your emotions
 
btw I am not advocating for being very emotional or making yourself vulnerable
 
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Didn't read a single word of this Pseudo-Intellectual nonsense (actually read all)
 
I think it's more about power though. I think it makes sense to sacrifice expressing your emotions at that moment for the bigger future gain.

The problem then would be that people have too little IQ, knowledge or have unfortunate genes where they are just abused and manipulated into sacrificing for the wrong things.
 
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Authenticity is being comfortable in your own skin. Inner comfort feels so good that you will naturally start to make others feel comfortable when interacting with them. As social creatures, we easily pick up cues and often mimic the behavior of others.
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with them. As social creatures, we easily pick up cues and often mimic the behavior of others.
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with them. As social creatures, we easily pick up cues and often mimic the behavior of others.
😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢
with them. As social creatures, we easily pick up cues and often mimic the behavior of others.
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with them. As social creatures, we easily pick up cues and often mimic the behavior of others.
😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢
with them. As social creatures, we easily pick up cues and often mimic the behavior of others.
😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢
with them. As social creatures, we easily pick up cues and often mimic the behavior of others.
😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢
with them. As social creatures, we easily pick up cues and often mimic the behavior of others.
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with them. As social creatures, we easily pick up cues and often mimic the behavior of others.
😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢
with them. As social creatures, we easily pick up cues and often mimic the behavior of others.
😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢
with them. As social creatures, we easily pick up cues and often mimic the behavior of others.
😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢
with them. As social creatures, we easily pick up cues and often mimic the behavior of others.
😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢
with them. As social creatures, we easily pick up cues and often mimic the behavior of others.
😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢
with them. As social creatures, we easily pick up cues and often mimic the behavior of others.
😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢
with them. As social creatures, we easily pick up cues and often mimic the behavior of others.
😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢
with them. As social creatures, we easily pick up cues and often mimic the behavior of others.
😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢
with them. As social creatures, we easily pick up cues and often mimic the behavior of others.
😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢
with them. As social creatures, we easily pick up cues and often mimic the behavior of others.
😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢
with them. As social creatures, we easily pick up cues and often mimic the behavior of others.
😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢
with them. As social creatures, we easily pick up cues and often mimic the behavior of others.
😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢
with them. As social creatures, we easily pick up cues and often mimic the behavior of others.
😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢
with them. As social creatures, we easily pick up cues and often mimic the behavior of others.
😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢
with them. As social creatures, we easily pick up cues and often mimic the behavior of others.
😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢
with them. As social creatures, we easily pick up cues and often mimic the behavior of others.
😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢
with them. As social creatures, we easily pick up cues and often mimic the behavior of others.
😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢
with them. As social creatures, we easily pick up cues and often mimic the behavior of others.
😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢
with them. As social creatures, we easily pick up cues and often mimic the behavior of others.
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Interesting ideas, but the main point of the thread would need to be the solution, and your proposal of it was one or two vague sentences.
 
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I think it's more about power though. I think it makes sense to sacrifice expressing your emotions at that moment for the bigger future gain.

The problem then would be that people have too little IQ, knowledge or have unfortunate genes where they are just abused and manipulated into sacrificing for the wrong things.
main problem is awareness imo
 
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How to lower inhibition:

Stop watching porn.
Boost dopa.
 
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Good thread OP but my problem is that I'm not aware of the emotions I'm signaling to others. Others might see me as anxious or sad when I feel normal (the aura theory), my mood is definitely not happy but I don't feel like I'm projecting those emotions through my face but it sounds reasonable because I'm a lonely person and high inhib. My voice also has a sad or "over" tone which has become natural but it wasn't always like this.
 
Good thread OP but my problem is that I'm not aware of the emotions I'm signaling to others. Others might see me as anxious or sad when I feel normal (the aura theory), my mood is definitely not happy but I don't feel like I'm projecting those emotions through my face but it sounds reasonable because I'm a lonely person and high inhib. My voice also has a sad or "over" tone which has become natural but it wasn't always like this.
I am aware they see me as an evil monster. They are right.:feelsping:
 
To overcome high inhibition and cultivate authenticity and social dominance, it's essential to address underlying trauma. Seek therapy or counseling to work through past experiences, allowing healing and growth. Practice self-compassion and acceptance, gradually building confidence in your true self. Engage in activities that challenge your comfort zone, developing assertiveness and social skills. Embrace vulnerability as a strength, fostering genuine connections with others while asserting your boundaries confidently.
 
 
microdose mushrooms
 
Most people are high inhib because they are insecure about something, meaning they fear what other people think about what they are insecure about, so they try to hide it and repress their whole personality.
You have to both fix the cause of your insecurities and start caring less and just talk away whatever
Social dominance is arguably the most important thing to get any girl SOAKED
You can be socially dominant but if you are not handsome you can pass as annoying, but it's still orders of magnitude better than being introverted
 
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