Here’s an important insight I’d like to share with you today.
Many times when I’m writing a Qigong Daily post I realise how its message relates to so much more than just your Qigong practice.
When I’m writing the first draft I usually write something to the effect of:
Here are some examples from the past few weeks:
Post: Your advantage over other Qigong students.
Non-Qigong message: Clearly knowing why you’re doing something gives you an edge.
Post: Spring cleaning flake filter.
Non-Qigong message: Half assed attempts result in half assed results AND your time is finite, so be careful what you spend it on.
Post: Which type of Qigong student are you?
Non-Qigong message: There are 3 levels of commitment you can bring to any activity. But if you’re serious about getting results… you’d better be fully committed.
Post: Does this sound familiar?
Non-Qigong message: Don’t force yourself to do what you don’t enjoy, unless it’s of vital importance to you.
Post: You don’t often hear this at 04:30 in the morning…
Non-Qigong message: Focus on what you do have instead of what you don’t.
Post: Who gets all of Marcus’s money?
Non-Qigong message: If you want to know what you truly value take a look at your bank account.
You get the idea I’m sure.
Now believe it or not, I endeavour to keep each Qigong Daily post as brief as possible whilst still making a valuable point.
So, when it comes to the 2nd draft I’ll delete the reminder to you about how this post applies to more than just your Qigong.
I delete it because it saves space and I assume that you’ll already know that anyway.
But as that old cliche goes…
So I’m bringing this: Most Qigong Daily posts apply to more than your Qigong – message out into the open so we need never mention it again.
Simply promise me in future that whilst reading these posts, you’ll ask yourself something like this:
I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised.
Right, it’s 7am, time to go make Clarabella her cup of tea in bed. I know, awesome Qigong teacher and brilliant husband. LOL!
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Have a lovely weekend and I’ll be back again on Monday.