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Duality Versus Unity

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One hundred and thirty five years ago today, March 30, 1880, Yamaoka Tesshu, the master swordsman and originator of the School of No-Sword, achieved enlightenment.

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Does Unbending Intent Complement Learning?

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At first glance, it can seem that having unbending intent diminishes our learning, such as having an unbending way of thinking that limits us. If unbending intent does this, then it’s not a concept that’s part of the Warriors Way. Unbending intent needs to complement the learning process.

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Unbending Intent

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Recently, Tommy Caldwell and Kevin Jorgeson succeeded in free climbing the Dawn Wall on El Capitan in Yosemite. How did Tommy and Kevin persevere against such odds?

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A Journey of a Thousand Miles Begins with a Single Step

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Ordinary people are unconsciously motivated toward comfort. Warriors are consciously motivated toward stress.

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Decide to live as a Warrior

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The critical question is: how do we create lives that are meaningful?

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A Time to Kill

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Life is not about staying in our comfort zones; it’s about engaging challenges so we can become powerful.

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A Different Way of Setting Goals

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A new year is upon us, a time when we set goals we say we want to achieve. Saying we want to achieve goals, and achieving them, are two very different things. We need to be able to commit to what we say we want to achieve.

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Dealing With Performance Anxiety – Part 3

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What is not negotiable; only when is negotiable.

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Dealing With Performance Anxiety – Part 2

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In the last lesson we developed intellectual awareness about performance anxiety. Instead of focusing our attention on tricks or techniques to deal with performance anxiety, we shift to a place where no performance anxiety exists.

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Dealing With Performance Anxiety – Part 1

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One of the biggest distractions of our attention during climbing competitions or redpoint efforts is performance anxiety. If we love climbing, then why would we be anxious about performing?

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