Mar
10

“Ki Meditation,” by Shinichi Tohei

“When our mind firmly sticks to something, we call that state of mind ‘obsession’. We obsess many times in our daily life.

Dwelling on our success in the past is one of our obsessions. The present day is the only time we can act, however, we often obsess with past successes and cannot see the future correctly.

Failure in the past is also an object of obsession. The important thing is to learn from the failure and continue until arriving at achievement without giving up. But we often obsess with the failure in the past and stop challenging ourselves in the present.”

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