May 25, 2017

Silent Witness and Sports.


When your mind and heart are truly open abundance will flow to you effortlessly and easily.


I’m a 26-year-old male who have been meditating for a few years now. I understand the term “silent witness” and often experience it throughout the day. Although I am glad to have such an experience, it doesn’t seem to help when I am playing sports. I was playing soccer with my friends the other day and I (silent witness) suddenly saw myself playing soccer. Instead of fully focusing on my tasks I was simply witnessing everything around me including my body. I was calmer and legs felt weaker. How can I meditate so that I can
concentrate 110% on whatever tasks I am doing at that moment (sports or non- sports)?


When one begins to witness outside of meditation, during activity such as soccer, it can feel unfamiliar and distract your attention somewhat. That is what you noticed about not focusing completely and not being fully in your body while playing sports. By definition, the silent witness is not involved in your activity, so it is not weakening you. Your mind became aware that something was different inside, your inner self was awake, and it caught your attention. Once you become accustomed to it, your focus won’t be distracted and you will maintain full involvement and strength in your sports while you simultaneously have the support of your higher self.



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