“Learning to think positively,” by Zolley

“I spend a lot of my time on thinking who I am, why I am, what is my purpose in this world, why I do things the way I do them. Depending on what my actual thoughts are my aikido trainings are also different. If I’m in a good mood then training goes with ease, if I’m having some negative thoughts then training is more like struggling. A couple of weeks ago I have read an interesting blog post about a way of thinking that many people follow, and how to change a not-so-fruitful pattern of thinking.”
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  1. …Eitan Ben Meir, a fellow student at the old Oakland dojo, had a universal solution to life’s problems – “More bokken”. i endorse it.

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