“The moment you believe that who you are can be augmented by or diminished by the achievement or non-achievement of a goal you have lost sight of the truth.”
A superb quote from Jamie Smart. In this session, he speaks about the practical nature of aims and targets and how people might inadvertently use or interpret them.
Some real gems in this show, as Jamie Smart shares, what he is seeing new and fresh right now in September 2017. Our capacity for insight, as human beings are infinite; we live within the potential to have a change of heart. “Realisations happen, they are not our accomplishment, they are arising.” What if you don’t need to ‘chase’ high performance as a doing, what if results are the natural by-product of understanding how the human experience and life works?
Is it possible to not take the way you feel too seriously in any given situation? Do you have to feel a specific way to provide an excellent performance? Is this so-called ‘optimum performance state’ something athletes should be chasing? Is trying to control the mind sending athletes in the opposite direction towards busy mindedness rather than towards clarity helpful? Jamie Smart, best selling author of Clarity, (Clear Mind, Better Performance, Bigger Results) shares his personal transformational stories of feeling nervous, even terrified about performance yet somehow; he is still able to give a quality presentation. Listen here to learn more about this new dimension to the human performance.
With insight or realisation, use whichever words resonate with you as this is beyond the word, you're able to decide if an experience happened or not? Yes, this session is a little deeper, but it is scientific and practical. Recently, since seeing more about the illusory nature and neutrality of all of our experiences as spiritual yet human beings, Denise shares with you specific examples of the impact this realisation has had in her business and sporting life.