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Competitors - Thursday, February 17th, 2011 3:16 am

IN life, there are two types of opponents. Those outside of you - and one inside of you. Outside, there can be many, inside, there can only be one!

Competitors outside of you can distract your pathway to success, but they do not determine it. That is up to you!  If you try to look for intellectual reason on why or how people are trying to beat you, you will see that they want something you have. That knowledge may be interesting, but does it actually help you on the playing field? Your best performance comes from distilling your natural ability (and knowledge learned in practice) to its purist point of execution, minus distractions. This focus is called "The Zone."  In actuality, all your competitors can do, is distract you from your own zone. The trick is simple: next time your are giving too much energy to your competitors, get back into your feeling mode. This will keep your present. In your time of self-reflection after the performance, understand why YOU were distracted. 

It is one thing to understand why others would want to beat you, even harder to become aware of the fact that sometimes our greatest enemy, is ourself. This deep subject takes time in understanding your own mind and can be achieved through Kelee Meditation. 

 

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Knowledge needs to be accompanied with daily action and discipline to acheive long term health, happiness and high performance.

Here are some things to focus on... daily!

1. Meditate (meditation clears the mind of clutter, develops focus and awareness, as well as healing via a calming of the nervous system.

2. Contemplate: Take the time every day to contemplate the direction of your life and how you could move foward in a more harmonious way

3. Exericse: Move with awarness of correct posture and enjoyment, every day! 

4. Hydrate: Drink 0.03 times your body weight a day (in kg's) as a minimum to help the body process toxins and function at an optimum

5. Trust your feelings: Feel first, do second. This means you are not running on auto pilot devoid of feeling and awareness of what you are getting into.