From my journal:
Dan Gable achieved his goals of becoming a state,
national, world and Olympic champion – as well as
an NCAA, world and Olympic coach.
But he never achieved the biggest goal he set for himself:
PUSH TO COLLAPSE
Bigger than winning Olympic Gold – was Gable’s desire
to KNOW he gave it everything he had in pursuit of his
goal – and that there was nothing more he could have
done to make it come true.
How many people are willing to give everything they’ve
got, physically and mentally, to make their goals become
reality. Are you.
Note: Here’s something I received yesterday from a lady
using my Dao Zou training program –
I started your Dao Zou program yesterday.
I walked to a park that’s just across the street from my
home after I dropped my son off at school and unsurprisingly
there were a few elderly Asian people doing what I think was
some form of Tai Chi and others walking laps around the park.
I just picked a place in the middle of the field and got started.
Within a few minutes I realized that this was no ordinary walking.
It gave me almost instant perspective. It made things that seemed
so tall and big like the trees and the surrounding houses seem so
small relative to the great expanse of the sky. It also helped me to
see how limited I have allowed my thinking to be.
A half an hour later, I was a different person. “Sliding through life”
as you say.
I had a question for you: when doing breathing exercises and even
with the Dao Zou you give instructions to place the tip of the tongue
to the roof of the mouth. I was wondering if you could share or
elaborate more on what the purpose of that is.
MJF: Jenny, the short answer for placing tongue on palate is to connect
the governing and conception channels of the body. Doing so creates
an electrical charge that awakens your body/mind at a whole new
level. Keep me posted on your progress.
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