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Clear The Way - Wednesday, July 12th, 2017 12:20 am

In our personal and professional development, what you lose is not only more important than what you gain, it is often what directly precedes it!

Let’s take focus, for example. If you can’t focus, it is because you are distracted. Lose the distractions and focus will be the gain. Without losing the distractions, you will be forced, quite literally to use more energy to focus via concentration - and develop both mental strain and drifting, because you can’t keep that kind of energy up over sustained periods. Another example, courage. If you want more courage, face and detach from your fears and courage will be the by-product. Even a technical skill can be blocked by a previous bad habit, or new knowledge can be blocked by a belief system you are holding on to, or a disposition to pre-supposition, blocking your ability to see the truth, clearly. 

If you are a serious student of health, happiness and high performance, learning to understand and clear yourself of the blocks is not only as important as learning new skills, but the first point of call when trouble shooting your performance. The real question is, do you have a way to do this?


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Daily Disciplines

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.