Article provided by Zhang Xinyue of Create Abundance.
Staying ahead of the competition in the sports world can be challenging. There are always new players coming on the scene who have amazing abilities. It’s no wonder that many of today’s top athletes are meditating on a regular basis.
Meditation is an art form that has been around for thousands of years. Traditional Chinese medicine uses herbs, mushrooms, massage and dietary therapy to improve health. Meditation has always been at the center of these practices. It rids the soul of troubling thoughts and helps the individual to focus on positive outcomes.
Once an athlete learns how to meditate properly, he or she can shut out all the distressing voices of fear and anguish. By doing this, an individual can find inner peace and let go of the worries that sometimes come along with successful sporting careers.
Whether you want to find inner peace or beat your opponent, meditation can help and it only requires about 15 minutes each day. There are various forms of meditation that can help an athlete. Some may be easier to learn than others but each person should try several different types so they can become familiar with them.
Once coaches, trainers and athletes see all the benefits of meditation for themselves, they will want to incorporate this into all their future training activities. Athletes can realize some important advantages such as:
Learning to cope better with pain
Learning to focus more clearly
Discovering inner peace
Letting go of troubling thoughts about winning or losing the game
Teacher Zhang Xinyue is an internationally renowned body-mind-spirit tutor. With a simple style, her book, Create Abundance, published in 2012, reaches into the depths of people’s hearts and has ever since remained a best seller for body-mind-spirit cultivation. Living abroad, Teacher Zhang Xinyue of Create Abundance is currently conducting a field of social research as she has done research worldwide.
Teacher Zhang Xinyue encourages every individual to grow through self-help. She hopes that every reader starts to practice being their own mentor and learns to transform awareness into wisdom autonomously.