Threnergy – Mind Models for Mindfulness Overview

Threnergy - Mind Models for Mindfulness is a ground-breaking new book that describes how you can make a set of simple exercises a daily habit that will significantly improve your health and well-being. The principles shown will also allow you to link your mind and body awareness to practice Mindfulness. Follows the Pareto principle. Threnergy can … Continue reading Threnergy – Mind Models for Mindfulness Overview

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Threnergy – Mind Models for Mindfulness

I am in the process of finishing off my initial book on using mind-models for enhancing mindfulness. The whole process has been fascinating and I have enjoyed not only writing the book but the research it has prompted and the fantastic feedback I have gleaned from my early reviewers. The reviews here will initially be … Continue reading Threnergy – Mind Models for Mindfulness

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Just Balls – Energy Balls

I found that a lot of energy concepts are much easier to learn if you use the concept (mind model) of energy balls. In the Martial Arts the analogue of a ball on the end of a chain is used for getting the correct feeling for punching. You can let you hands feel heavy in … Continue reading Just Balls – Energy Balls

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Linking Mindfulness and Exercise

I wanted to wake up in the morning and get ready for the day in the bathroom, and even do a little stretching and preparing myself for the day before I got out of bed. In the bathroom, I wanted to have a shower and do some useful exercise at the same time. I also … Continue reading Linking Mindfulness and Exercise

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Body Bows

In Tai Chi The body has 5 main physical bows - analogous to a compound bow they store kinetic energy; Bows need to be charged – equating to contracting or compression; Bows need to be released in order to dissipate the energy they store – expansion, release; Bows can be combined to generate a compound … Continue reading Body Bows

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