You can improve your resilience in small steps by focusing on these qualities.
“Either/or” thinking is a reflection of a dualistic mind, which views reality selectively.
We are all responsible to life itself, to do our part to hold life together.
Examine how you feel about your climbing. How much dissatisfaction do you feel? Are you stuck in old patterns, afraid to change?
Freeing ourselves from the many traps of the mind requires us to do exactly the opposite of what we think we should do.
Certainty is the enemy of developing mental power.
Instead of letting our egos be prideful or overconfident, we focus on what actually needs our attention
We get evidence for belonging by shifting our attention from what we see others doing in the external world to our own internal state.
If our beliefs move us in the direction of connection, then we can move beyond our limitations.
Self-awareness practices and feedback from others can guide the whole process. With conscious practice, we can become friends to ourselves.