Imagine that you were abducted by aliens and pulled into their world. You aren't in servitude to any being and at the very least that freedom has given you the opportunity to make your own way in their world. What would your prominent thoughts be?You probably already know the answer, because it's most likely the … Continue reading Mile 135: This is OUR season of life. Why?
When I taught my College course "Psychology of Sport" at Nyack College, one of my favorite sections was the 'Group and Team Dynamics' portion. Why? Because what sometimes they class didn't notice was that I was teaching them on something we were already experiencing together with our time together. This month is recognized in America … Continue reading Mile 133: FOUR principles found in every Black History story we’ve ever heard
I'm getting right to the point with this one. The Core FOUR Sequence (C4S) mimics, in a simplistic way, the process that information takes when it is being processed through the brain. This process can help us understand anxiety and depression in a general way. I first heard of this procedural circuitry in the brain … Continue reading Mile 131: Here’s what you need to understand about the process that creates anxiety and depression
"Push out a little from the shore." Jesus was crowded and pressed while speaking at the sea shore so he stepped into a boat and asked the owners to push out from the shore. He needed space. It's been said that he wanted to give everyone the ability to hear (sound amplifies when it's traveling … Continue reading Mile 131: Did you know that Jesus never asked these people to follow him?
At least once a week I browse through my old journals just to see the ideas I thought were important. Sometimes, I find quotes from people that I believe are worth sitting with again and I post them in this blog/journal for easier retrieval. Today is such a day. I'll post some of the quotes … Continue reading Mile 130: Here’s what these people said behind your back!
Part of being a great performer is knowing what not-performing feels like and getting to that place. Athletes tend to ruminate over their games and it becomes a hindrance for the thing that is most helpful for a better 'next' performance - sleep. Even without a performance to think about, most people even find it … Continue reading Mile 130: Part of performing is knowing how to rest. Check out this video of a partial sunrise from St Thomas!