Some people think that rage is a poor helper in combat, but this is not entirely true. Battle rage is another emotion, not identical to aggression, anger and hatred!
So - a very dangerous delusion that RAGE is an assistant in battle, or rather an incomplete understanding of "rage" - like emotions! This misunderstanding leads to the fact that, having screamed and, as it were, "dispersed" yourself psychologically, you feel how forces go somewhere, and the view narrows, and you fall into a "funnel", noticing little of the environment, where there is often a blow to the head stops all the "rage" in the bud …
Battle rage is another emotion, not identical to aggression, anger and hatred!
How to start the car - the engine is warmed up, then low revs, then more, when cornering, they drop the speed while driving and then accelerate again on straight sections. So rage is a controlled emotion, gradually gaining momentum and, if required, reduced!
The calmer you are, the easier it is for you to fight!
Negative indicators of "Rage":
- rapid breathing
- hysterical scream
- chaotic actions
- uncontrolled reactions
- narrowing of vision
- "cottoniness" of hands and feet
- "lump" in the chest, a feeling of heaviness in the chest
Positive indicators of "battle rage":
- gradually increasing gaiety of the inner state
- clarity of high-speed actions
- completeness of blows and other technical elements
- free variability of actions
- feeling of increased limb freedom
- "feeling of play" - when everything is done without internal clamps and fear
Tell me is this all too perfect?
But this is so in reality!
It must be remembered that anger and aggression are bad helpers in battle, poorly controlled and therefore more dangerous than your opponent, because "Beat" "from under the tishka" !!!
And if there is an awareness that you yourself are the master of your emotions, then the DECISION is always yours and you decide when to keep emotions on the chain, and when to tell them "FAS"!
Special Applied Army System S. P. A. S.