Train your mind to overcome difficult situations
12:53 Minute Audio
"If techniques, habits and reactions are the bricks, your thoughts and confidence is the mortar."
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Thank you to Danielle and Hana who sent very nice text. They enjoyed the TKF 004 Boots on the Ground Meditation. They said "my son is adorable." Of course, that is all he needs to hear :)
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"It is always easier to do what is necessary when things are going our way."
Fighter named Trent
Story about young man that who decided to put his training in a ring. It wasn't his physical skills that needed deeper work.
3 Phases and 9 Stages of Mind Training
Phase 1 - Stabilization of your mind is most critical. Without it, you can wobble (my laymen way of saying it) when you need to be firm.
The main ingredient for training your mind is consistency. I share other attributes that will compliment consistency. Then other ingredients that get us through Phase 1 - Stabilization
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Summary of TKF 005 "Mortar for the Bricks Episode
- We all do better when things go our way
Real strength doesn’t lie in your technique,
it lies in mortar that holds them together
- Stabilizing your mind is step one
- You can start anytime. Requires no uniform
- You will benefit from the journey of knowing yourself
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What have a few folks said?
Bruce Eads - Facebook : "Yes. Good Kung fu requires growth in mind, body, and spirit. The lessons learned may be applied in everything we do from intense personal needs to mowing grass. Thank you Sifu."
Travis - Text : "Podcast 5 = :-). After listening, feel as if I owe you for private lesson!"