10 comments on “Five Practices to Foster a Strong Reality

  1. You are one wise person Beau …………… All who know you are among the lucky. Love, Step-Aunty Laura B

  2. This is a great post! Very helpful! Based on your previous posts I think you could add cold therapy/cold showers to this list to help foster a strong reality! Wondering what you think of this Beau?

  3. Thank you very much Trent! Yes, cold water exposure is a great way to strengthen one’s reality. The fortitude required to enter and remain in cold water builds mental toughness. Very good point.

  4. Thanks Beau. I have gone through some tough times recently and this has really helped. Being alone is tough so fostering a strong reality is important.

  5. I can really relate to number 1. I just climbed my first mountain over 5,000 feet and being overweight it was a challenge. I didn’t know if I could do it and I just kept telling myself to relax and it helped me get through. I would love to hear your thoughts on climbing efficiently. Maybe you will offer a training in this?

  6. Relaxing when every part of you wants to lose control is a skill we all need to practice. Great job. Actually, Vivian, we are going to be hosting some group hikes that will focus on safe and efficient hiking and movements in a natural environment. Like us on Facebook as we will be announcing these dates soon. Thanks for the comment!

  7. Great post, Beau! I too use these skills, mostly developed from my own human experience. I really like the “widen your gaze” advice. I often ask myself- how much will this situation/choice/problem matter in a month, a year, 5 years…It really helps with perspective. Thanks for some great ideas!

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