>>718554783 Absorb bad luck could be awesome >get gambling partner >reveal your super power >go to casino >constantly be right next to him >absorb his bad luck >he's left with nothing but good luck >split winnings 50/50 >mutual masturbation to celebrate new fortune
I don't bruise. Or at least, hardly ever. Last time I got a bruise was after a large fall onto my elbow. It swelled up near the size of a baseball, and still hurts months later, but only a faint yellow bruise. Prior to that was some 10 years ago playing paintball. Point blank to the thigh, and that was small too.
>>718554783 I did this once myself. They hooked me up to a machine a few minutes before givng me anesthetic. I got it so low a nurse came running and I was like "yo, chill, just verifying my meditation techniques"
at the time i was doing 30 minutes a day, every day. one key thing i learned at the time was to relax my face muscles; it seems to be the last thing anyone thinks of--we spend all day with our faces twisted into some kind of display, the muscles actually never get to relax until we sleep. once I could fully relax my face, my internal organs became very easy to manage.
>>718555376 You relax genius. Kinda like if you wanted your heart rate to go up you'd start moving around, so if you want it to go down to relax your body. That's like saying you don't control your arms, your nervous system does.
>>718555329 >tap fingers real fast Not entirely useless... You'd be good at video games where you have to tap buttons very quickly. Although that's still sorta useless unless you somehow find a way to use it to win tournaments maybe.
>>718554783 I have so called "wonderblood" (not sure if that is correct English) >My blood contains waaaaaaay too many white blood cells >Whenever I get ill I go trough feeling worse, fever and being fine again in a couple of hours. >Wounds don't get scarbs but just get sticky >Can eat certain poisonous substances without getting poisoned
>>718556761 One thing i find interesting about the cobra spit thin i do is this. if you usually spit in your hand or anywhere else, you can feel a bad odor cause bacteria of your mouth. but if i do the cobra thing, my saliva went out clean and dont smell!
I use that saliva to clean my water googles while rest of people spit on it, ewww
>>718555376 There are supposedly people who learn to control various bodily functions that would normally be unconscious like heart rate, body temperature, etc. I think it's a form of yoga, if I remember correctly, but not the stretching/exercise one that we usually think of soccer moms practising.
>>718557208 Well I assumed when OP said "useless super powers" the "useless" part was meant in a profitability sort of way. Can't really make money off fingerbanging chicks really good in most countries due to prostitution laws, and the fact that no woman is really gonna think sex is worth paying for just because "you can tap your fingers all fast and stuff."
>>718558030 I can't vomit. It's been 40 years since the last time I vomited. Food poisoning, flu, seasickness, accidentally swallowing a mouthful of tobacco-tainted saliva -- it gives me terrible nausea, but I can't vomit even when I want to for relief.
>>718554783 You know that feeling you get when someone is watching you? I can bypass it and sneak up on anyone real ninja status. There has been only a handful of peopke that can feel my "presence". Oddly enough those people are all trained boxers
>>718558213 boxers need to be able to land punches at times when they may not be able to see their opponent clearly or at all, due to injury, blood or sweat in their eyes and in addition need to anticipate where punches are coming from when they may not have any visual cue for the same reasons--on top of their opponent's ability to obfusicate his next attack.
>>718557685 You can. If you're actually interested, I can teach you some biofeedback exercised to learn how to do it. There's a Buddhist discipline called tummo which involves conscious control of the body's thermoregulation. To practice it, monks will strip themselves naked, wrap themselves in a wet blanket, then go sit in the snow to steam themselves dry.
>>718558136 Film or stream yourself drinking a shitload of ipecac or some other emitic without vomiting for the next however many hours, you could make quite a bit of money as a modern day circus freak kinda person. Yeah it would be quite unpleasant but hey, at least it's better than being accused of lying on the internet.
>>718554915 This. I can talk to something in my head and it answers, it even makes up a whole adventure for me to live out during psychosis. In a way it feels like being the super hero in your very own hyper immersive adventure game, so I'd say my superpower is having a home entertainment system up there in my brain, hard part is turning it off again.
>>718559235 you'd still need training to time your use of the one second, but yes you could be a powerful fighter. unfortunately i don't think it would be a commercial success: people don't like to watch fights that end abruptly with a single strike; your promoters would want you to change it up and drop you when you couldn't.
>>718559004 I'm not lying. I have... control issues. I also only shit once or twice a week for the same reason: I hate the idea that my body is telling me what to do, so I refuse to acknowledge its demands. Because I only piss once a day, my bladder has stretched to hold two litres.
I was in the hospital with a serious infection in my crotch and I hadn't pissed despite getting an ocean of saline pumped into my arm. The nurses kept asking me if I was having trouble urinating and I insisted I just didn't have to go. They wouldn't believe me and thought I was just trying to avoid a catheter, so they kept using an ultra-sound on my bladder -- and they were astounded as how much my bladder could hold. They said they'd never seen someone with a bladder so large. One of my proudest moments.
>>718558900 Not the same poster but I saw that once on the discovery channel. At the time i was really into eastern mysticisim & meditated a lot. I started to practice it. One night it was unusually cold & was sleeping with my gf. I remember falling into a deep meditative/trance like state where i only focused on heat. The entire night we were over heated from the amount of heat i was able to produce. Only happened once tho. I havent been able to do it again.
>>718557286 That sounds like the sort of thing that would cause a lot of negative side effects. Like having too much of a certain enzyme or vitamin. Or at worst, you could wind up wirh blood cancer. Have you ever actually talked to a health professional about it?
>>718557685 >>718558900 Which reminds me, I don't fever. No matter what I'm sick with, my body doesn't respond with fever autonomously as it should. It did when I was a child, but I think it stopped at some point after I began playing with my autonomic functions >>718556948.
I have heard tibetan monks say the training is dangerous, not so much for the hardships they endure but that taking control of your body in this way has consequences and I think this might be one of them.
Yeah I'm an extremely light sleeper so I pretty much wake up if someone even whispers to see if I'm awake, or if a source of light suddenly disappears because I've gotten used to seeing it whilst sleeping if that makes sense.
>>718559381 That's not something to be proud of dipshit. Your brain doesn't tell you to do those things just for shits and giggles. It does it because those things are necessary to keep you alive. Ignoring them will lead to death.
Besides, your mind is also the source of the opposing thoughts, that are telling you not to do those things. So by NOT doing things your body needs you to do to survive you're STILL following your mind's orders. You're really not winning either way.
>>718560118 >>718560145 >>718560325 Here's how you do it. No walk-the-dinosaur stuff. You'll need a thumb tack (the kind with the flat head) and a straw from a straw broom. Impale the straw end-on onto the tack so it sticks up vertically. Lie down on a flat surface and take your shirt off. Balance the tack on your breastbone so the straw sticks up in the air. Every time youe heart beats, the end of the straw should move slightly. Now just watch it for 30 minutes. At the end of that time, just will your heart to speed up and slow down and it will.
The reason this works is because of the phenomenon of biofeedback. All connections in the brain work in both directions. This is why, for example, when you force your face into a smile, it causes your brain to release feel-good chemicals. By watching the straw, you complete the feedback loop with your heartbeat.
>>718558456 I fugured it was some kind of strange "instinct". One of my coworkers that could sense me was a hapkido student. I rarely could get past him. Once i caught onto the boxers "routine" i was able to sneak up on him. Fun times at work.
>>718560428 That second one is already doable to a certain degree. It's not terribly difficult to access your subconscious and "read" the programming there, but it can't be done entirely on your own- you need an outside source for your brain to follow along with. Most commonly that source is a hypnotist, but that can be replaced with other sources, such as a prerecorded script made by somebody (you can even make it yourself but there are some drawbacks to that, mainly that the majority of people dislike hearing their own voice).
Accessing your subconscious through hypnotic trance can have some major limitations, however, particularly when you try to change your self-programming rather than just reading it. Every 'program' in your mind is connected to other programs and screwing around with one can have a sort of butterfly effect on all the connected programs. At the moment, and probably for the forseeable future, it's just a gamble whether reprogramming the mind in certain ways will have negative effects because of this.
>>718554783 1 second super strength would be useful actually 1 second is a pretty long time for reactions and events If someone charges at you, and assuming that strength is enough to lift a car, you could time it right and launch them It's all about learning how to use it Levitation would be useful for sneaking around as you wouldn't leave tracks Invisibility in the dark is still invisibility and again, sneaking and avoid detection from night vision Desaturation, blend into darkness and don't even need a suit for sneaking
I usually go 2 weeks in between showers, only because of my hair. I can go up to 1 month and no body knows the difference including myself. I also work outdoors, slightly hard labor. Dealing and interacting with people. Longest I've went was 6 months, no smell, no funk. When shtf This will kill and mentally destroy people, not me : )
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