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  • let's stretch my mind

  • stretching my cerebral cortex right now my left my left brain it's a little bit

  • more stiff than my right brain because I'm naturally just more like right brain dominant

  • actually I don't think I need to start stretch the amygdala it's

  • overactive. "How did sculpting your body bring up the mental aesthetics"?

  • PLATO. At that time when I took my first philosophy class I was

  • still really into just the physique and power in athletics and the body

  • but I took a philosophy class because I need to fulfill my credit so I just

  • picked philosophy. It's the best intro to philosophy class ever because it's an

  • ancient Greek an Rome philosophy and and the main character the main person

  • that was being studied was Plato and then Plato the the reason why they called him "Plato"

  • back in ancient Greece is because he has broad shoulders he was athletic he was

  • a good wrestler and this Plato means broad shoulders and the fact that

  • back then in the days of Ancient Greek they're very non dual It's not like you have the body and the mind

  • Plato, Socrates, all those people they

  • would go to like the wrestling room and they would lift weights and do gymnastics

  • talk about philosophy during their training because they realize that

  • there's no separation between mental and physical aesthetics. The soldiers and warriors back in Greece

  • they were actually trained in music they

  • took music and dance classes because it helped with their kinetic intelligence

  • to apply to battle fields

  • if you look at music music is completely "physical"

  • 00:03:39,690 --> 00:03:43,520 like the way that you play violin and piano really fast

  • your neurons firing really fast very punctual and that

  • the contraction and expansion of you know that loudness the softness of the

  • music and and the different notes and film too, film is very kinetic

  • I think the imagination is one of the most important but overlooked factors in

  • athleticism the ability to visualize motor skills clearly and distinctly the

  • mind is essential for the mind-muscle or body-world connection required in

  • athletic events I think some of the most explosive and gifted athletes are

  • right brained dominant if you believe in the left right brain the dichotomy so the

  • right brain dominant people are the creative types who can hold clear images

  • to the minds of what they wish to become and accomplish. See when you visualize

  • yourself playing basketball or lift weights or sprint what you're

  • essentially doing is creating an avatar of yourself to be exported into real

  • life or onto the court see the better you are at engineering or generating and

  • manipulating the program of your hologram internally the more efficient

  • your meat suit who will move externally see from the non-dual perspective when the

  • line or duality between mind/body/self and others and the world is erased there

  • is no difference between the avatar in the athletes mind and the athlete in

  • real life who is visualizing that avatar and inside a television or in your mind

  • when you're perceiving that image see the whole universe is just an avatar within

  • avatars where the parts contained whole and vice versa in the sense were already

  • born into VR our everyday conscious experience is nothing more than a mental

  • construct representation and we become so identified with the protagonist or

  • the main character which again is just an avatar that we forgot we're

  • actually the screen and I think the world is waking up to

  • itself as the difference between the virtual and the real is now almost

  • indistinguishable from the neurobiological and the human dimension

  • athletes practice movements over and over again mentally the neurons are

  • already firing and priming and synchronizing to the physical muscular

  • patterns of their bodies see there's a little difference to me between creating

  • a sculpture or creating a painting or performing a vertical jump or a

  • scrapyard Australia psychologist Alan Richardson made a little experiment he

  • took a group of athletes basketball players to be exactly divided them up

  • into three groups and tested each player's ability to make free throws the

  • first group who practiced 20 minutes every day the second group only visualized

  • themselves making free throws but no real practice was allowed the third one

  • would not practice or visualize the results were astonishing there were

  • significant improvements on the group that only visualized there were almost

  • as good as the guys who actually practiced. The same experiment was

  • conducted for piano players. See some of the most explosive athletes tend to

  • display explosiveness also in an emotion and temper you would literally have the

  • guys stillness that's right meditating that's

  • right turns out that the best way to get into flow state is to get into this

  • state of non-duality. See I got into lifting ten years ago because I wanted

  • to jump higher and run faster ten years later things come full circle as

  • consciousness work it's almost exactly the same in terms of programming and

  • mindset as plyometrics, vertical jump strength, and explosive training but the

  • last portion of this video I'm going to show you a new meditation technique that

  • I picked up called speed meditation or mental plyometrics. When I first started

  • lifting weights the only thing I care about was speed and quickness

  • I just wanted to be fast since I was a kid I was just obsessed with big cats especially

  • the cheetah and I just wanted to be really fast then I realized as I got

  • older I started to observe sprinters I realized I couldn't really be a

  • cheetah I just wanted to be the fastest like

  • organism in the world and I realized I was a human so then I started to

  • observe and inquiry and do research on sprinters and I was like

  • whoa so they'll have really like incredible and strong physique and

  • really little body fat a lot of muscles especially the deltoids because when you

  • sprint the deltoids are one of the most important muscles group

  • along with your posterior chain your glutes and hamstrings because I realized form

  • and function are the same thing so you don't want to be fast like the sprinters

  • will run like a sub 10 100 minutes - I have to at least look like them so I

  • just kept eating and keep eating I went from 120 pounds 160 pounds because all

  • the sprinters are around hundred sixty pounds so I started

  • lifting because I want to be fast I only care about speed you could say I only

  • care about the body but at the same time speed is the intrinsic quality of the body

  • almost like the mind, not really physical...

  • speed is like the creativity or the intelligence and the

  • body's is like the brain and I was always more interested in the software

  • But then I realized the soft and hardware are one and the same thing.

  • 00:09:36,949 --> 00:09:44,639 so despite what people think meditation is all about speed and quickness you

  • know when people think of meditation they think of being calm and being slow

  • and you're just kind of like lost in this trance but from my experience

  • meditation it's all about agility of the mind how fast can you catch sensations

  • or thots. See in the beginning when you start practicing you can only catch

  • maybe one thought every 10 seconds and when I talk about thoughts and

  • sensations they are the same thing thoughts, feelings, body sensations, emotions, the

  • voice in your head all those are just sensations arising and passing and see

  • meditation is like a video game where or an athletic event or a playing ping-pong

  • you're smashing sensations with your awareness sort of like one of those

  • arcade games where the chipmunk comes out and then you use hammer and

  • really hard

  • So at first you can catch like maybe one sensation every

  • five to ten seconds but then just the fact that I'm sitting here there are

  • literally hundreds of sensations passing through my awareness right now

  • but I'm not conscious of it but eventually you want to you know become

  • more athletic and quicker with your mind and you want to be able to catch five

  • ten fifteen sensations a second until your mind becomes the speed of light and

  • then everything freezes and you have a Satori coming out of your angus so you

  • feel the screen of your consciousness moving from, or flips inside out from

  • behind your eyes to congeal itself into a whole field 360-degree field a

  • paranormal vision of awareness a flux of awareness kind of like my 360-degree

  • video

let's stretch my mind

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WHY I STARTED LIFTING (Visualization and Speed Meditation Techniques)

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    黃崇竣   に公開 2019 年 11 月 13 日
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