If you are looking for a way to improve your personal awareness and self-awareness, this is the tool to use. As the title suggests, wac is a way to improve your personal awareness. The wac is an acronym for “whole-body awareness” and includes things like your eyes, ears, nose, mouth, and tongue.
It’s important to realize that you’re not the only one who can be wac’ed. Many people have wac’ed themselves. In fact, I have wac’ed myself, and it’s amazing. As described by John Cacioppo in his book “Why Zebras Don’t Get Ulcers,” “A wac is a natural reflex that occurs as a protective mechanism for the survival of the individual.
I think the best way to describe the feeling of wac is to imagine an invisible person with a giant ball of string stuck to their head. They would wear a visor or a helmet, and every day they would be waced by the ball. I think of it as a kind of mental, physical, and emotional/psychological torture. Its one way to get the mind out of the way for a bit.
If you’re like me, then you’re also a sucker for wac. The thing is, it’s not really a true reflex. You’re not trying to defend yourself from a large ball of string like a human. The ball is invisible and indestructible. It will only move when your head is facing the same direction. I call it an “anchoring reflex.
The reason I hate being on a game like Deadspin is because I think it is a lot more important than simply having a gun or shooting in the air. I hate being in a fight, and that is bad, but that doesn’t mean I’m against being on the ground. You’re also also a sucker for getting the mind out of the way.
In Deadspin games, the reason that you have to throw a ball at someone is because the ball is indestructible. It will only move when you’re facing the same direction. I call this an anchoring reflex.
I think that’s why I hate the game with the highest percentage of anchoring reflexes on the list. I was playing a game of Mortal Kombat last week and I thought I had all the anchoring reflexes in the world. I was wrong. But unlike wac, anchoring reflexes are not a skill, so they could just as easily be taught.
The other way to teach anchoring reflexes is to practice them. I actually tried to make my character move faster by throwing him at a wall and watching him do the same. The problem with doing this is that it takes too long to practice and I end up doing it often, even when I really want to do something else.
wac is a new game mechanic that allows you to move quicker without having to throw your character at a wall. The game then uses the speed you move to tell you how much of the wall you’re going to hit and therefore how fast it takes for you to reach the wall. It’s a great way to speed up a fight if you’re playing with someone who doesn’t have any anchoring reflexes.
The game seems to be pretty well-received by the community so it’s worth a look for people who want to play fast.