Thursday Jun 24, 2021

Improving on the Golf course and in the Boardroom - What do we need to realise about what we truly are?

This podcast series explores a game-changing understanding of the human mind that can exponentially increase the performance, resourcefulness and well-being for any individual or organisation. 

This episode is a conversation with Sam Jarman a PGA golf pro and coach who now also works with organisations to help them understand the nature of the mind so that it benefits their performance, wellbeing and resourcefulness 

 

We discuss:

  • What is it that links better a golf swing to better business performance? Flow state and being free from the conceptual narrative mind
  • What is the true nature of what we are before the 'self' and the relevance of this for everyday life and work
  • How science has reached a dead end on understanding the nature of reality and human consciousness
  • The importance of knowing 'what we are' before we work out how to run our lives 
  • The misunderstanding we have about flow and happiness
  • The direction to explore if you want to recognise the answer to lasting peace and wellbeing

 Curious - want to know more?

  • Click here to find out more about Quality of Mind  please feel free to reach out and ask any questions
  • To find out more about Sam; for his work with golfers  and more generally with sport  or with schools and teachers
  • We referenced another episode 'Self and I' The case of Mistaken Identity listen to that episode here 
  • Explore other episodes on the benefits of Quality of Mind, and past clients explaining the difference it has made to their work and lives. 
  • If you recognise the spiritual element of what we are pointing to and want to explore more then check out Rupert Spira's excellent podcast The Essence of Non Duality 
  • Piers Thurston regularly writes about Quality of Mind on Linkedin and has a large collection of articles and post
 

 

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