3 years ago, I dove into longer form fasting, after doing a 16-20 hour fast for the prior 5 years.
But just like 2019, I knew there was something more to be learned and explored, which is the feeling I’ve been hearing God whisper into my ear quite frequently.
That’s part of the inspiration that some people have heard me talk about when I talk about developing Indigo Panda.
Anyhow, I am diving back into my 72's, which I still was doing every few months, some dry fasting, and some other fasting experiments I am kicking around right now.
For me, it’s mainly a spiritual quest this time around.
Have you ever had one of those moments in life when your mind expands on the spot.
And you’re conscious of it?
If you’re aware of your thoughts, and this happens to you, you remember it forever.
For me, one of those moments was when I had the chance to compete against Tim Martin back in 2007 and later become friends with him.
Tim expanded my mind into what was possible physically.
In this episode of Unlocking Your Inner Strength, I am fortunate enough to get an inside peak into a champion’s mindset. It’s worth gold, take a listen….
I was fortunate enough to interview my longtime mentor and the creator of Mind Map, Dax Moy, a few weeks ago.
If you’ve ever wondered about the origins of Mind Map or what the thought process was behind it, then you are going to want to take a listen.
In this episode of Unlocking Your Inner Strength, Dax shares some knowledge about the NEED for creating Mind Mapping, what Bio Map and Body Map are and how the brain and nervous system are always trying to tell us something.
When we just continue to use the same approach of grind, go harder, push through, then we will lose that battle every time.
Take a listen and enjoy!
Last year, about this same time, I was giving a lot of deep thought to what it means to be a man.
Where was I falling short and where do I continue to fall short?
Maybe it’s natural to have thoughts of this magnitude when the seasons change.
Check that, I believe it’s imperative to have thoughts like this when the seasons change.
Real men are tough and stern. Real men don’t play the victim. Real men are in shape.
The list goes on.