How Can We Trust The Body And Decrease Mental Interference On Climbing

The climb is to be between rest positions and movement. So we need to focus the mind stop points, and trust that the body move when you climb these two points. One of the most difficult movements to maintain concentration during the climbing is how much we have to trust the body. How can we trust the body and decrease mental interference? Be intentional with how to choose where to focus our attention.
Let’s start by understanding the importance of exchanging attention to mind and body. We use the attention differently when we think with the mind, unlike when we take measures with the body. So while watching to think about, and what to do, being the mind or body, it is important not to split focus between both.
For example, we learned a bunch of exercises to develop confidence in the body and consciousness of interference to mind. The intention of these exercises is to leverage the innate knowledge of the body to move, if the mind is thinking when we move, will interfere with natural body movements.
So the attention is split between the mind and the body, decreasing the body’s compromise with the attention.
The first movement exercise is called “the eyes”. Our eyes move up and down automatically as you climb, looking for where to grab and stepped on. Instruct students to grab the first grab that appears in the eyes, instead of the “search for” other grab. The first grab that comes to their eyes indicates the first the body wants to use. The second, third, and so on, grab the eyes capture indicates the desire of the mind of an entry for bigger.
We have participants who do the exercise in “top-rope” to eliminate the consequences of a fall. This reduces the fear of falling and help them commit to do the activity as scheduled.
However, the minds of the participants still interfere with the intent of the exercise. Although we recommend grabbing or stepping on the first fumble, they still tend to look for other grab bigger if the first is small.
This trend of “find” mainly occurs for good grab, and not so much in points of the feet. Initially the participants believe that the intention of the exercise is to use the first grab big coming to their eyes, only if help them climb and fall. To them it makes no sense to expect when it’s closer to a grab bigger.
As instructed, we made it clear intended participants: not climb and not to fall, is to develop an awareness of how the mind interferes with the body.
Participants learn how to clarify the intent in many ways.
1. Clarify the motivation
2. Divert attention
3. Experimental knowledge.
First of all we hope that participants start with a tendency to wish an immediate improvement. Changed your motivation to enhance your learning, as we move through the four movement exercises.
This change can only be made intellectually, but without having to include the experience of doing the exercises.
For example, we can start making this change in what was placed in common in the first exercise: “Follow your eyes”. The proposal in common includes the intellectual understanding that participants prior to exercise. The experience to do the work, and the synthesis of the two, as observers and questions.
The participants realize how the body they indicated where grab and the actions that really performed. If grabbed or used the first grab?After all, in fact were in “top rope” without consequences of a possible fall? The body saw the first grab for a very specific reason.
This reason is the innate need of the body stay in balance. Become aware of how the body leads us and thus help to trust him.
Secondly, the mind distracted the attention of the present moment.For example, when participants see that first grabs is small, the mind thinks. The hesitation is still in the future before the hand grip. The connection between hand and grabs is produced at the present time, when the hand shake and use it.
When you perform the action to tighten the grab, in general feel that they do not fall off. The body adjusts itself automatically to the balance for the grab. The use of smaller grab extends the experimental knowledge in mind when faced with other possibilities. The participants lose learning opportunities by allowing the mind to distract your attention.
Thirdly we know something when we experience, never before.Participants learn the importance of experimental knowledge, rather than simply the intellectualizing of what is possible. We have intellectual knowledge through performing a connection with a grab.
Pressing the grab is the experience. The retention will be effective if you let us climb, won’t be if we fall. We know the effectiveness of the grab base of experience, not of intellectual thought.
Clarify the motivation, awareness of attention, and the value of the experimental knowledge gives us a solid base to work with the mind.These are discoveries, and knowledge about the proper relationship with the mind, knowing that the incomplete information before us to experience an event. This knowledge helps desprendermos limiting forms of the mind, rather than believe what it says.
The attention is far reaching. If set to “focus attention toward a choice”. We chose to focus our attention with confidence in our body when we move. To become aware of the interference of the mind, improve the ability to trust the body.
Not letting the mind interfere with how to choose to focus our attention, we learn to focus our undivided attention to the body when we moved.