If you’re an athlete or have exercised vigorously, you’ve probably experienced the state of “flow” or being “in the zone.”
You’ve pushed past some limits and you reach a state where your breath, your muscles, every part of your body and mind are in absolute synch. Time disappears, you’re totally in the moment, nothing else exists. You may be tired but you hardly notice.
If you enjoy some sort of creative activity – painting, pottery, writing or playing a musical instrument – you’ve probably had similar experiences when you are totally immersed, time disappears, and it feels like inspiration is simply flowing through your body onto your medium.
Actually, you can experience “flow” or “being in the zone” while doing almost any activity you enjoy and that stretches you.
In fact, for some health practitioners, those times of “flow” or being “In the Zone” are what keep them in their profession. Sometimes it’s one-on-one with a patient, sometimes it’s during those times of supreme teamwork. It’s times when you instantly understand what’s happening with a patient and the environment, and what’s needed at that moment. Again, you’re totally focussed and immersed, super-aware and super good at what you do.
Nothing is more fulfilling than being “in the Zone;” of being impeccable, giving it your all, stretched as you do something you know is worthwhile.
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