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Australia, Chockstone.org, reviews Espresso Lessons.
As you transition from preparation to action, you move from one skill set to another. Making a definitive break is critical for committing fully to action. - These lessons are emailed in more detail, with upcoming training, discount offers, and practical tips, to our eList subscribers. Please join our eList to receive these lessons.
New Zealand, The Climber magazine, reviews Espresso Lessons.
Canadian magazine, Gripped, reviews Espresso Lessons.
We've gone through the preparation and transition phases of risk-taking where we use our mind's intelligence to think--the thinking skill set. Now we shift to the body's intelligence to take action--the doing skill set. - These lessons are emailed in more detail, with upcoming training, discount offers, and practical tips, to our eList subscribers. Please join our eList to receive these lessons.
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Facing your fear of falling directs your attention onto the actual situation and can diminish the fear. You accomplish this by literally looking down into the fall zone.
Fear of Falling originates in the mind. This fear can be created by the mind due to a feeling of loosing control or concern about injury. Experiential knowledge of falling is required to clarify the limiting aspects of the mind.
Are you learning to expand your ability to deal with stressful situations or are you learning to avoid those stressful situations? Learning requires converting stress into comfort. Learn how to key into your body signals to make this conversion.