Do you know who you are?
It’s a quest that has been around for thousands and thousands of years.
Know thyself, right?
And just like you…
There’s a bunch of things I really like about myself.
There’s a bunch of qualities that are really awesome.
And there’s a bunch of qualities that aren’t so great.
I live my life with the qualities that are awesome.
And other times?
I get sucked into the qualities that I don’t like as much.
Then I can feel like a little bit of failure.
Or I can feel kind of doomed.
Or I can feel kind of stuck.
Oftentimes we can think of our life as a battle between these two things.
That if we can just correct these faults?
Then we’ll be much more like that person we want to be.
And it makes sense.
It MAKES perfect sense.
It’s not a bad route to follow.
But there’s perhaps a different way.
There’s a more HOLISTIC way of being. 🙂
Perhaps, we can hold those parts of ourselves that we have contempt for with passion in moments of struggles.
Then we can lead ourselves out of those moments…
That the idea of “I know myself”?
Is quite limiting.
But the willingness to get to know ourselves at any given moment…
To be knowing ourselves as a LIVED experience as opposed to a fixed mindset…
THAT idea of KNOWING invites us into a GROWTH mindset.
It invites us to a more EXPANSIVE way of being.
We expand into a more COMPASSIONATE way of being with ourselves.
So as understanding there is a difference between:
→ I KNOW myself (as a fixed frame of mind);
→ I am KNOWING myself (as a way of being).
In the Sports Model Project, we facilitate that.
We facilitate that via Mindset and Meditation.
We facilitate that via a Mindset Curriculum
that teaches us about neuroscience of who we are.
So if you’d like to get to know yourself in a MORE expansive and compassionate way…
Someone from the team will reach out.
And we’ll introduce you to yourself in a way that you haven’t been introduced to.
All the best,
SMP Heart Coach