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Meditation & Rowing

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on 15 July 2016

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Transcript of Meditation & Rowing

The Zen of Bubbles
Meditation & Rowing
Reasons
Help you in life in general
Help a specific problem
Before tests, etc.
Help you become a better rower
Race visualization
Methods
Apps
Just doing it...
Yoga
Anything that calms you...
Rowing
Studies
There are tons!!!
All point to HUGE health and brian benefits.
Resources
Thich Nhat Hahn
Calm.com
Headspace
Simply being
Being outside in a quiet place
Rowing
Breathe
Mindfulness
“In mindfulness one is not only restful and happy, but alert and awake. Meditation is not evasion; it is a serene encounter with reality.”
-- Thích Nhat Hanh,
The Miracle of Mindfulness: An Introduction to the Practice of Meditation
Benefits
Increased focus
Less anxiety
More creativity
More compassion
Better memory
Less stress
Bigger BRAINS!!!
Higher pain threshold!!!!!!!!!

Mindfulness

“Machine thinking is the opposite of mindfulness. If we're really engaged in mindfulness when walking along the path to the village, then we will consider the act of each step we take as an infinite wonder, and a joy will open our hearts like a flower, enabling us to enter the world of reality.”
-Thích Nhat Hanh,
The Miracle of Mindfulness: An Introduction to the Practice of Meditation
“If while washing dishes, we think only of the cup of tea that awaits us, thus hurrying to get the dishes out of the way as if they were a nuisance, then we are not "washing the dishes to wash the dishes." What's more, we are not alive during the time we are washing the dishes. In fact we are completely incapable of realizing the miracle of life while standing at the sink. If we can't wash the dishes, the chances are we won't be able to drink our tea either. While drinking the cup of tea, we will only be thinking of other things, barely aware of the cup in our hands. Thus we are sucked away into the future -and we are incapable of actually living one minute of life.”
--Thích Nhat Hanh,
The Miracle of Mindfulness
Mindfulness
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