We all need to understand the concept of impermanence and the role it plays in our ever changing human landscape. As much as we like to build the idea of safety and security at some point life will throw at us versions of impermanence.
We will lose the job we love, the relationship we had will break down, our health will suffer. The nature of our existence is one of constant change. How we deal with that change is another matter.
When we play sport we constantly have to deal with and confront LOSS. Be that the loss of form or the loss of a game or the loss of fitness.
When we experience loss often our biggest challenge is our response.
The way our mind reacts.
Do we react or do we RESPOND?
So today it is wonderful to welcome on to the Brain Booster Allan Flood the author of a wonderful book called ‘Perfect Misfortune’
As Allan describes in our session together he was constantly living his life in either the past or the future. Then along came a major health issue.
He found he had developed MS
At first his mind went into overdrive trying to search for solutions.
As he says he got lost in his own thinking.
As time went on he learned to let his mind go quiet and allow wisdom to emerge. It is a fascinating interview with a really interesting man.
Allan talks about the difference between the ‘how to world’ and the ‘what is world’
How we get so lost in the how to world.
Focus, Commitment and Letting Go
Forgiving of self in the moment
The ability to love what you do in the moment
How our ego needs self-importance to survive
How to transform your game as opposed to just getting ‘better’
A great session that you will gain so much from
Get a copy of Allan’s book
To book a Mind Factor workshop go to www.themindfactor.com
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