Warriors don’t solve problems to get rid of problems, feeling sad until they’re problem-free. Warrior’s solve problems for their own sake, feeling joyful for the challenge provided to them.
We can apply mental training to respond appropriately to the challenges of climate change. Climbers can be the ambassadors from the mountains.
The principles for self-stalking are practices we do continually. They help us climb with greater style and show us how to practice.
Much of mental training is about developing self-observation skills. We learn to observe the way the mind and ego distract our attention.
Have you considered using a “both/and” mindset to improve your ability?
Arno and his family climb Pingora and Wolfs Head in Wyoming’s Cirque of the Towers.
What’s more important to you, the end result or the flow of the journey? How you think about this impacts your flow state.
Are you willing to take a step towards your fears? All it takes is the willingness to step over the line that defines our comfort zones.