Wednesday, February 24, 2010
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Wednesday, February 17, 2010
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“The governor, in his travels, stepped in to pay homage to the Master.
"Affairs of state leave me no time for lengthy dissertations. Could you put the essence of religion into a paragraph or two for a busy man like me?"
"I shall put into a single word for the benefits of you highness"
“Incredible! What is that unusual word?"
“And what is the way to Silence?"
“And what, may I ask, is meditation?"
- Anthony De Mello
“Thou that has given so much to me, Give one thing more–a grateful heart; Not thankful when it pleaseth me, As if thy blessings had spare days; But such a heart, whose pulse may be Thy praise.”– George Herbert
Understand the feeling of gratitude are powerful feelings to be expressed. Appreciate and be thankful for all your success an failure. It has cultivated who you are till this point.
5. Consume positive foods
Our thoughts are effected by what we consume. Chopping down cookies, waffles and icream each and every dy destroys posiitve thoughts but enhances negative gibberish. Learn to effectively balace your daily meals. Rather than gulf down a cereal bar, et and apple. Swap the muffin for a banana. It will make one hell of difference.
Friday, February 12, 2010
Wednesday, February 10, 2010
- Group 1 = 100% physical training;
- Group 2 - 75% physical training with 25% mental training;
- Group 3 - 50% physical training with 50% mental training;
- Group 4 - 25% physical training with 75% mental training.
Group 4, with 75% of their time devoted to mental training, performed the best. "The Soviets had discovered that mental images can act as a prelude to muscular impulses."
What more can be said? Mental training is more powerful than action. See yourself as successful first then that action will become easier.