Accept What Is In Order To Change It

Accept What Is In Order To Change It

Do you notice, as I do, that rarely are we the same person in the same condition in today’s practice that we were the day before? Every day presents the likely possibility that something is different in our bodies, in our minds, in our personal conditions, which...
Stacking Your Movement At Home

Stacking Your Movement At Home

Under these global circumstances most of us are staying at home perhaps more than we ever have as adults. With all this time stuck in one place, we may look at our habitats and imagine how they could possibly serve our bodies and minds better. How many of us have...
How Can You Improve By Not Trying To?

How Can You Improve By Not Trying To?

For many in our culture, probably the most challenging attitude to develop in mindfulness is ‘non-striving’. It is certainly counter-intuitive in nearly every context we face.  In mindfulness meditation, non-striving could be viewed as a skill we develop...
Do Your Intentions For Swimming Matter?

Do Your Intentions For Swimming Matter?

What Is Intention? Your intention is another word for your sense of purpose.  While it is not regarded as one of the attitudes I’ve been writing about in this series, intention is regarded as a central component of mindfulness practice, as one part of the triad...
Why Do We Need Trust For Swimming?

Why Do We Need Trust For Swimming?

What role does trust play in our swimming? I see it as the foundation to everything we are doing in the water. Here are many of the ways trust plays a vital role…   Trust the Water For those who have experienced fear of the water and want to learn to swim...
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