The driver cut me off without warning. It almost collided. My pulse accelerated, adrenaline pumped, my anger dropped from 0 to 60 in one second.
I inhaled, exhaled and selected the center. First, it's only about 20 percent. I breathe. 30%. I guess what rational explanation could the driver do what he did? 40%. Multiple breathing. 50%. Smiles for me – everything's fine. No damage. 75%. It's over, without doing anything, I'll regret later. Life is good. 100%
The centralization language and practice are those in which some are quite fluent. But even those who understand the concept often do not know exactly how they can be achieved as a target.
They are often asked:
- What is the center?
- How can I become the centerpiece?
- When I lost it, how can I get it back?
- How do I build a strong center?
- What is the difference between centralized and non-centralized behavior?
The language of centralization
I use my teaching, my writing, and my life as a word and concept, and as far as possible I focus on practice. The Centrum?
A feature of the world that you experience in your body, mind, and soul. This is also the means of experiencing life coming to you.
Here comes a quick strike for you. You get it easily, hold your hand, and try not to hit, turn and let the ball go away or run and hit it.
When centered, check how to receive the ball. In life, you control how you get the liveliness of others. You control it. Actually, you have no other control. But you control how to connect to "anything else".
The control panel is a state we are working on. If you decide to concentrate on an unexpected event when life comes to my mind, I am confident that we are able to handle the next event.
Others who speak the language say that centralization:
- Thomas Crum – The centralization of the fully-fledged art. And wherever the art of centralization is practiced, things change dramatically.
- Joy Jacobs – The defense is an internal event.
- Terry Dobson – Keep your headquarters and you will know what to go for.
Aikido – Aikido acquires a calm posture in which the weight is directed towards the body's physiological center in the lower abdomen. Gravity, which no longer needs to be overcome, serves to support and stabilize posture. As a result, normal movement presupposes grace and economy. Centralized Force
The effects of centralization are mental and physical. Vitality increases, senses are sharp, and everyday irritations are less affected. In Japan, this state is called a strong out of of its inner quality, which assists the Aikido student to gain full access to all aspects of life.
Centralization contacts us with our own inner power that we are not so dependent on what others think or feel about us. In practice, we learn that when centered, we have the opportunity to use our strength – to connect or separate. Conflict and Communication Offer Opportunity for Learning, Discovery, and Enjoyment of Life
The 4th Century Chinese Philosopher, Chuang Tsu, quotes:
Look at this window: this is just a hole in the wall but the whole room is full of light. Turning to light, it becomes an effect that others are secretly transforming.
When you stand in the middle, you become an effect that others are secretly transforming. And notice the issue .
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