Don’t Just Sit There
It’s not often discussed. Yet it’s a major key
to developing your mental and spiritual
Most students of success have trouble getting
results because they are physically lazy. They
want to just sit there and visualize. Or say
positive affirmations. Or write their goals in
a notebook. Or listen to peaceful music. Or
do a series of chants or prayers.
All of the above are good.
But what about doing something physical.
The human being needs to blow off steam
on a regular basis to feel good. Whether it’s
punching a bag, going for a walk, swimming,
cycling or practicing martial arts – a physical
release does more than relax you physically.
It puts you back together.
It doesn’t just give you a balance of body, mind
and spirit. It gives you all three – wrapped up in
one – as one.
An elite martial artist doesn’t think body, mind,
spirit. He may talk in these terms to make what
he’s saying understandable to those who aren’t
integrated. But to him, he’s talking about all
three whenever he’s talking about one.
From time to time I like to shoot free throws to
observe this process in action in an area where
I’m no expert. I find it amazing when I sink one
after another – as well as when I miss several in
What’s the difference.
When I’m successful, I am fully connected to the
ball and basket. When I’m not, mind, body and
spirit are scattered throughout the gym.
Do something physical each day and your ability
to breathe, visualize and manifest will go off the
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