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Stop Forcing it! - Tuesday, May 1st, 2018 4:26 am

If you look closely, a lack of skill, knowledge or even wisdom, is often over-compensated by excessive force. We loosely call this “forcing it” and it is a sign of something missing or blocking in performance delivery, otherwise, why do you have to try so hard?

In speech for example, someone that takes a long time to get to the point, usually doesn’t have one and may keep “thinking out aloud,” using more words and time then necessary. If your mind is distracted, you will need to muster more energy to concentrate, which can be hard to keep up through the whole working day. In sport, if your golf swing, tennis serve, forehand cutback or even a squatting movement in the gym lacks quality of movement, you will need to develop more force to compensate. What this does is put more pressure on you and those around you, as well as burn excessive time and energy. What we want is to be in a place of flow, where a relaxed state of mind allows the law of least effort to drive your performance. Then you can deliver maximum impact, with minimum effort. Better for performance, better for your energy, better for your health, better for your time management!

How do you know when you are forcing it? You usually don’t, because the more you raise your energy via stress, the more you compromise “feeling.” Since awareness is a feeling, you won’t always feel, i.e., be aware of, what you are doing in real time and at best, realise after the fact. If you are coming from a place of anxiety, impatience, or any other fear, this block needs to be addressed, or you will be continually forcing it and rarely access your developed ability.

What to do? First, relax your mind, where the problem originates, so there is no stress preceding the delivery of your skill or knowledge. If you're having trouble with this, try Kelee® Meditation. This will distill your natural ability to it's purist point and allow you to relax, trust and deliver in the moment. 

If you are going to reach your potential, the good news is, stop trying so hard that you’re getting in your own way. Relax and you will realise, the ultimate form of power, is actually finesse. 


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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.