Imagine standing on a basketball court, throwing the basketball and watching it arc into the net, followed by a soft swoosh sound.
Chances are you’ll make that shot without a problem if you’ve been practicing on the court regularly (along with imagining yourself doing it), according to research by Phillip Post, associate professor in the Kinesiology and Dance Department in the College of Education at New Mexico State University. Post is studying the link between imagery and how it impacts motor learning and sport performance. Recently, Post presented his research at an international conference at Universidad Autónoma de Chihuahua. (1)
Imagine being not alone.
Imagine being with other people.
Imagine being one being of the many.
Imagine existing beyond the One.
You see it happening every day. Alone we all “are”, parts of the One which is the only Being. And yet we see “other” people, we “see” many where only the “monad” exists.
You are in the dark.
Alone. Strong. Happy.