Under stress or in a crisis – whether work, sport, or relationship – people will always listen to the inner voice, the one they grew up with. Positive actions and experiences during adulthood can reshape this voice to a degree, but many are shocked to see themselves act in a self-destructive way or fail to act in their best interests when the chips are down.
When everything is happy and easy and good with the world, the inner, negative narrative isn’t visible. But competitive life stress and goal striving moments clean the chalkboard of positivity in an instant and expose the gritty residue of childhood and early life experiences lying beneath. This is why we self-destruct when we need to be our best.
The good news is that one’s personal narrative can be altered and with it, one’s life arch: achievements and happiness. The positive action approach works well to change self-talk (and action) under the right conditions.
Why true mindfulness works and is the only proven method.
What if we remove the constant tension-inducing sensations that stimulate and reinforce negativity; those which were created in our early environment and past experiences? And what if, in doing this, we created a new personal base of positivity and confidence? Mindfulness does this subconsciously and absolutely.
Through a true mindfulness practice, we can compete in the game of life with more tools and greater effectiveness. Importantly, in the critical, stressful moments, we don’t break down and revert to old self-defeating habits and tactics. This mindful technology has been applied and proven for 4,000 years.
I teach and enhance true mindfulness.
At TrainMindfully, we teach and enhance true mindfulness, then create bridges from this most powerful state to achieving clients’ life goals. These bridges are a result of years of teaching experience and are ‘built’ according to the needs of clients. Athletes, businessmen, mothers, fathers, artists, and more all require their unique bridge for using mindfulness effectively. These bridges require the foundation of true mindfulness.
The practice of mindfulness is putting your focus where you want it when you want it. Much flows from living this way. To achieve the many benefits of living mindfully, the path to true mindfulness must be learned. Why do I say ‘true’ mindfulness? Everything not on the path of mindfulness is like blowing into the wind. For, instance, meditation is not always a mindful activity. I’ve developed objection techniques that self-guides one on this path. I don’t know of any other objective methods, though seasoned teachers are very intuitive in guiding one. I’m talking about self-guiding – and you can achieve this.
- Get out of your own way to accomplish goals and happiness.
- Reduce stress-triggered sickness and unhappiness.
- Eliminate the personal narrative that blocks your efforts.
Learning and using mindfulness can fundamentally recast your personal narrative like nothing else can. I know how to get you on this path of true mindfulness and how to bridge its living power from practice to application for everyday challenges. Are you ready?