Society tames the wolf into a dog. And man is the most domesticated animal of all. ~ Nietzsche Despite existing in an era with the highest living standards in the history of mankind, despite having easy access to most of our material needs, recent polls have revealed that we modern people are miserable, angry, fearful,…
Category: The Mind
‘Know thyself’ or ‘Know the moment’
Knowing thyself is an obstacle to acknowledging and making peace with constantly changing values.
Socrates and Buddha: “Know Thyself!”
Echoing a famous Pierre Teilhard de Chardin quote: “We are not human beings having a spiritual experience.
We are spiritual beings having a human experience,” a statement that Socrates and Buddha, in spite of their differences, would agree on. So, from one spiritual being to another – Namaste.
Male / Female Intermittent Fasting – Two sides of the same Coin
The issue of women specific Intermittent fasting seems to generally revolve around Hormone imbalance’s and fertility issues. Fatigue Depressed mood Bloating Headaches Irregular periods and fertility issues etc, some but not limited to. “I see it as the two sides of the same Coin” Refer article I just posted to highlight, from a Dr.Amy Shah,…
Benefits of Being Sick
No one likes to get that annual nasty flu or cold that lasts a week or more and comes roaring back just as you think you are getting better. Not a single person I coach or train with likes to miss training, not even a single day. But the reality is, sometimes you get that…
Overcoming Race Day Nerves
The nerves you feel are a part of your fight-or-flight response. Your heart starts to beat a little faster and your palms get sweaty. It’s hard to focus, your breathing is shallow, your stomach is in knots, and you’re looking at the line for the bathroom wondering if you have time to go again before your race starts.
Cultivating mental fitness ensures that an athlete’s physical fitness can be fully expressed today, and it also promotes long-term progression and fulfillment tomorrow.