Intimidation (also called cowing) is intentional behavior that "would cause a person of ordinary sensibilities" to fear injury or harm.
It is not necessary to prove that the behavior was so violent as to cause mean terror or that the victim was actually frightened.
The idea is that there’s a certain level of intimidation stemming from the fact that A.) You’re willing to damage yourself in order to damage them and B.) You’ll do whatever it takes to win. They think they’re tough and when you tell them to back off, they just laugh.
Then abruptly, you punch yourself in the side of the head three or four times as hard as you can, giggle, look them square in the eye and ask, “Well, what are you waiting for? ”Of course, the smart thing is probably to just give him your money, but not everyone is willing to abide the moral injustice and indignity.
So the truth is, if you want to prepare yourself for a possible emergency situation, or you want to have a career as an MMA (Mixed Martial Arts) fighter, preparation begins long before your first altercation.
You need to snarl, because you’re letting your inner animal out of its cage and it’s about to take someone’s head off. Sure, no list of intimidating factors would be complete without the simple truth of a person’s appearance.
If you are a slight, frail-looking individual, opponents are probably not going to be intimidated.
Logical Spiritualism Intimidation tactics are only intended for use when violence and direct physical conflict cannot be avoided.
All of Logical Spiritualism’s violent tactics are used for the defense of life, but Logical Spiritualists realize that the best defense is often a strong offense.