Climbing Techniques: Be Silent And Slow Down

In the last lesson we emphasized the importance of training in a way that will help us process the stress. Another concept that is useful to understand the stress is the universal law of energy: the energy flows through the path of least resistance. Or, the energy moving toward what is easier.
We need to align with this law in such a way that we can develop the conscious attention.
The typical way of coaching is motivated towards what is easier to achieve a final result. She focuses on the comfort that we experience as we achieve such end result.
Is focused on speed, to come to an end quickly; and loud, to create distractions for the mind so they don’t suffer so much stress.
For example, consider a typical gym workout. The emphasis is on doing many repetitions, quickly. With this, loud music is playing to “motivate” the participants and to give your mind something to focus on, so that she can ignore the stress.
This quick and noisy approach adds layers that cover the conscious attention. Is focused on “the end justifies the means”. In other words, use any way to achieve the end result.
We need to slow down and be quiet to make us more aware. We all do this for other things that are important to us. Do silence when we pray; share a moment of silence to honor someone who has died; should we be silent when we listen to others.
The silence is equivalent to importance, respect and attention. We need to apply this approach to everything we do to improve our ability to perceive subtle layers of conscious attention.
One of the exercises that we do in our clinics is to remain in the yoga Warrior 2 pose for three minutes. Stay in this pose all this time creates stress. The intention of the exercise is to focus our attention on breathing, relax and maintain the pose with quality.
“Quality” simply means that we maintain the pose in your correct way, using only the amount of energy required.
We need to understand how an exercise like this helps us become more attentive. Becoming aware is a process of ‘ stripping ‘ layers of information failures.
We found these layers paying attention on the subtleties. Therefore, to maintain the pose of yoga, for example, need to peel the layers that interfere with the Act of holding the pose with quality.
There are subtle mental and physical layers that cover our attention. Our tendency is to collapse under stress. Physically, we need to become increasingly aware of the quality of our breathing, relaxation and posture when we’re stressed. We noticed the subtlety of our breath.
She is deep, continues and regular? Under stress she is swift and uneven. Also we noticed a subtle tension in the muscles. We are exerting any unnecessary tension? We noticed our posture. She is contracting, becoming concave?
If so, make subtle adjustments to maintain the pose properly.
We also run mentally when we are under stress. Mental contraction involves the use of tricks to avoid stress. For example, to hold the pose of yoga, some students say think of any music or focus somewhere in your face to lessen the stress. Doing this makes things easier for the mind, but distract attention from understanding the subtleties.
The attention is in music or in place of the subtleties of what we’re doing.

The contraction will be back when we’re stressed. The breathwill be more shallow, the muscles will be tense and our attitude will become concave. These are the layers covering our conscious attention.
All our attention is needed to notice subtle contractions, so we can redirect our attention to breathe properly, relax and keepthe body posture.
The attention aware requires silence and low speed. Exercisesof Qi Gong and Tai Chi are slow and silent, with attention on breathing, relaxation and slow movements. The emphasis is on finding the easiest way to make the case, not on how to achieve the end result. The universal law of energy manifests itself in the process of breathing, relaxation and body movements. Still breathing, relaxation and proper posture is that it is easier inevery moment.
Keep quiet and move slowly emphasizes that the medium, or process, is an end in itself. Do the exercise for the pleasure ofdoing it.
There is another important point here: the attention needs to be focused on what we can control. The quick and noisy approach focuses attention on the final result for this add-on. We can’t control what’s in the future; We can only control what happens in the present.
What occurs in this process, are not the final results. Energy follows the path of least resistance in the future; She does this in the present. In fact, everything takes place in the present; nothing happens in the future. Future” is simply a construct of the mind. If we want to be effective and attentive, so we need to keep our attention in this, in that we can control.
To focus on breathing, relaxation and proper body posture, we let the energy flow through our bodies the easy way. The mind remains quiet and attentive.
If we silence and move slowly, will find subtle layers of tension when they occur. Fast and loud mode doesn’t help us understand the tension.
With the silence and the slow movements can bring importance and attention to every aspect of our lives.
Practical Tip: the Warrior 2
Make a silent exercise helps develop attention aware of yourbreathing, excessive voltage and body posture.
Hold the Warrior yoga pose february 2 form to develop subtle attention. Hold it for 3 minutes at a time.
 Fast and loud: turn on the TV to create noise. Focus on the end result and put the timer where can see him. Focus on how much longer to finish.
 Slow and silent: get some rest and then perform the pose again the side opposite. Turn off the TV and any other distractions. Establish the intent to focus your attention on your breathing continues for belly, relax and correct body posture. Move your shoulders slowly back and down. Turn on the timer (or timer) but place it where you can’t see it.
When you realize that you’re wondering how long, redirect your attention to your breath, relax and correct posture. Be pleased to be in stress.
Compare the two experiences. What have you noticed about your breath?
Where did you notice tension?
You managed to relax the tension?
And your body posture? She dished with the shoulders rising?What was easier, more enjoyable?