So what is this unstoppable energy some teams display when every single player is 'on their game', and what does that mean - on your game? Adam Ashe used to believe he needed to be in a particular state of mind to be able to perform at his best, then he realised, there is no perfect state to find. Your natural state of Presence is all that is required to be able to perform perfectly well in the moment.
Professional Rugby Player for the Glasgow Warriors, Adam Ashe talks about his experience after being out injured for a quite a while. His return to form elevated by a profound understanding of how the human mind works. Unburdened with needing to find the ideal state of mind to perform, he now has an undeniable knowing that he has the capacity inside always to excel, no matter what's going on inside his mind.
Denise talks with Grayson Hart about making mistakes while in elite and national roles in sport. 'You are brave enough to try things, but when they don't work, it used to feel horrible and affect me for days, now it's so much easier, lighter.....!". Grayson tells us how in the first five minutes of a recent game for the Glasgow Warriors he threw a ball at the feet of his team-mate and he got smashed. Usually, he would have written off the entire match, nowadays he has the clarity of mind, to stay in the game; his head cleared and he produced an exceptional performance for the remainder of the match.
Grayson Hart talks about the positive impact on his family life, especially his relationship with fiance, Chelsea, since learning about 'state of mind', and how human beings go in and out of these mood states all day long. He is now able to flow through low times, rather than get annoyed or even depressed. Both Grayson and Chelsea profoundly realise the other is not causing the way they each feel.
A selection decision by the Glasgow Warriors coach has Grayson Hart not claim his usual spot on the starting line up! How does Grayson experience and then deal with this practical circumstance now versus before he had an understanding of the Three Principles behind the human experience – “It’s not personal”.