In the : Bring Mindfulness into Your Martial Arts Podcast
Original Essay by Cameron Conaway
I was working out on multiple assailant strategies. While I was sucking wind and recovering, Lynn took the time to tell me that Episode 27, "Talk on Qi gave her a lot to think about".
Jean told posted that she had "attended our Harmonizing Sex Drive Workshop and it was the perfect reminder of taking care of yourself first and the rest will follow."
Garner Fire Dept Event : http://garnerfire.com/2014_photos
They raised $15,000 to help burn victims in the hospital. Say 'Thank You' to a Fireman.
* Program Announcements near the end.
* Couple of edit issues in last episode because I wanted to make sure it got out on time.. Why did I put it out anyway?
My Top Priority is to be as consistent as possible, just like in practice. Some may be better than others. The effort is to provide quality information first, (practice with good intent), be consistent as possible, then performance..
Reid went to see Bruce in Charlotte, and together they did the Reeling Silk Tai Chi with the Veterans. Yesterday during the Free Monday Meditation Class at 11:30, we did a meditation on 'Creating Room for Your Thoughts'. Reid feels that it will be great for the Veterans, so I will record some bumpers and edit for them. Will send it to you Reid and Bruce, probably through dropbox.
I exchanged a few emails with Cameron and I asked if I could share the essay with you. I hope you find it as worthwhile as I did.
Setting the stage:
Cameron Conaway is a former MMA fighter and an award-winning poet. His work has been featured on NPR, ESPN, The Guardian and The Huffington Post. He teaches creative writing at Penn State Brandywine. Follow him on Twitter @CameronConaway and visit Cameron’s website here.
Title of his Essay: 5 Ways to Bring Mindfulness into our Martial Arts Practice.
This shows Artwork :
"The best martial artists are those who have mastered the art of
bringing a blank notebook into the places of their perceived knowing.."
He gives us 5 things to consider, such as Recognizing Privilege.
Other Pages on Mind, Meditation and Mindfulness Practice.
KungFuBootcamp is starting back on Wed January 7 at 7:30 pm for 8 weeks. It went great first time and we are excited about rolling it out to start 2015.
Kat's Beginners Yang 9 Tai Chi Course is starting Sunday, January 4 at 10 am for 4 weeks. That has really been great, she is excellent at step by step teaching.