- To remember about breathing and to breathe.
To let yourself relax and breathe in deeply and freely is a matter of some training and practice. Breathing helps you to dissolve the tension in the body and to calm the constant chatter in your head.
- To stop thinking and to start contemplating.
These are two different processes, aren’t they? We are always thinking, but we are contemplating not very often. To make your own conclusions and follow them is a skill which not many people possess. It is much easier to do it like all or as you are used to and to get the relevant result.
- Not to surrender if you fail once or twice but to go on with your new undertaking not letting external factors to revert you to the old familiar tracks- is the most difficult thing.
How often we invent justifications for our laziness and our fear of changes? The smallest doubts reinforced by skepticism of the surrounding become a concrete barrier and we quit.
- Thoughtless and indiscriminate application of the new instrument no matter how perfect it is- leads one to tiredness and tension.
As a result, complete refusal and disappointment. To perform “the correct” actions, not to meditate like a crazy hoping for the perseverance and patience. Lightness, playful mood, and the accurate choice of direction- guarantee the result.