Practice Makes…

Examining the impact of practice on the body (physical), mind (mental), and soul (spiritual)

Physical practice

I have been practicing the arte of defense for 28 years. It is not just fencing, but sword combat.

Mental practice

By reading this article you are partaking of mental practice. The words may simply hit your eyes and bounce off them. Or they might move into your mind and cause you to think about what they are saying. Do they open you to considering an idea you’ve not considered before? Are they inciting you to choose something or do something?

Spiritual practice

This takes a lot of different forms. Often it gets tied to both mental and physical practice.

Perfection is a moving bar

Finally, why don’t I believe that practice makes perfect? Because perfection is in the eye of the beholder, like beauty. My concept and perception of perfection may be to you utterly screwed-up and imperfect.

“When the restrictions you have do not limit you, this is what we mean by practice.”

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I am a practitioner of mindfulness, positivity, philosophy, & conscious reality creation. I love to inspire, open minds, & entertain.

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