Mindfulness Meditation Practices That Can Help Your Sports Game

Article provided by Zhang Xinyue of Create Abundance

If you haven’t heard of mindfulness meditation then it’s about time to learn. This isn’t a new technique at all. This has been around for centuries. The ancient Chinese philosophers understood the importance of meditating each day. It not only helps us control our thoughts, it can also show us areas where we may have problems that we aren’t even aware of.

The first step is simply to set aside some private time to meditate each day. Let go of distracting thoughts. Push them out of your mind. If you’re having trouble with this, then get a pad and pen and write down what thoughts are in your mind. It can be helpful to make a list of each one.

Think about what you are focusing on and why. When we are distracted by events in our life, it can affect our sports game, our work life and even our personal lives. You’ve got to understand what is taking priority in your thought life. Whether at home, at work or on the soccer field, distracting thoughts can damage your productivity.

Mindfulness is all about being in this present moment and concentrating on being thankful for that moment in time. Very often, we allow ourselves to be torn away from this by troubling issues in other parts of our lives. That’s why it’s so important to really know what you’re thinking about and why. Once you solve that riddle, you can begin to control your mind and thoughts each day.

Dr. Zhang Xinyue is a world-renowned body-mind-spirit tutor. With a simple style, her book, Create Abundance, published in 2012, works her way into the depths of people’s hearts and has ever since remained a best seller for body-mind-spirit cultivation. Living abroad, Teacher Xinyue is currently conducting a field of social research as she has traveled all over the world.

Teacher Zhang Xinyue of Create Abundance 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.