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Practice does not help you as expected, without the right direction and weight.

Updated: May 12

Improving a skill involves more than just repetition; it requires practicing with purpose and seeking new challenges. For instance, in martial arts training, progressing from a white belt to higher levels like orange or green entails facing new challenges and adjusting the difficulty level (known as 'weight'). Your teacher guides you in the right direction, ensuring you're prepared for each step.

The fear of not accepting new challenges often stems from discomfort. Overcoming it involves taking small steps and mastering the basics before tackling more advanced tasks, similar to progressing from a white to a green belt in martial arts.

Chanting and meditation can provide mental strength and courage. These practices nurture resilience and help build inner confidence, enabling you to face challenges with greater resolve.

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