From a healer’s perspective, all misalignments start first in the client’s energy field. The energy field is capable of being distorted, blocked, stagnated, torn and burnt. From either physical, emotional, psychological or spiritual trauma, the energy field can be stopped from its healthy vibrant flow.
Both the Japanese and the Chinese developed the concept of core primarily through martial arts. The Japanese word for this is hara, and it references the lower energy center, commonly referred to as Tan Tien in Chinese and Tanden in Japanese. It is considered to be the “center of being”. Interestingly, Barbara Brennan used the term hara for what she referred to as another dimension of the human energy field. During my training, it was an integral part of our healership, being the foundation on which the Aura is built. In general, the focus on this energy center or vibrational frequency or dimension is important for healing, transformations, manifestation and more.
Core alignment or centering or hara allows an athlete to achieve awareness in the present moment, balance, and stability. It is foundational training for peak performance, and there is a growing movement in the practice of hara or core training in the world of sports psychologists and trainers.
In Golf and in other sports, we might speak of physical grounding, center of gravity, alignment, stance and posture, confidence, strength and endurance. In Energy Management Training, we might speak of intuition, the flow state, gut feelings, sixth sense, premonition or precognition, unitive consciousness, and oneness with the world.
Through our own inner transformation, each human being creates the potential for external “game-changers” in our lives. We may reach our untapped potential by working on our “inner game”.
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