“Warrior meditation is using your breathing, to get into a very quiet place mentally in your mind and then reprogram your subconscious mind for competition.”
The Japanese samurai train this way back in the day and listen to this, they were known for being fearless action.
Which any tennis player can develop through practicing WARRIOR MEDITATION.
When you quiet your mind on one ideal for a longer period of time, you will develop your inner power to self-govern your own mental game.
But to get mentally there, you will have to practice this just like the Samurai Warriors did, they did this every day and sometimes for days at a time.
Now, that is dedication!
The big problem with training methods of the west is that they don’t focus on meditation more or mental training enough.
To compete at a high level, you will need a clear and free mind.
So, you must focus on letting go of all failures and force your yourself to mentally move forward.
And warrior meditation will help you do just that.
I’ll give you an outline in this article and then you can test it out, monitor it and then make the needed adjustments, to make sure that it works for you.
The objective is to let go of any emotional attachments and then pre-program ourselves for future competition.
I want to stress to you, the more you practice this warrior meditation thing, the less effort you are going to need to win your matches.
That also goes for all sports, warrior meditation needs to be practiced on a daily basis.
Find a very quiet place to practice it, outside is the best place too, but if you can’t do that, just grab a place in your house or somewhere.
“Start by focusing on your breath, forget about your thoughts, don’t get caught up in your thoughts, let them do and go where they want, and keep bringing yourself back to your breath.”
After your thoughts settle down, start picturing yourself as the player that you want to become, hold this thought for as long as you can, then bring yourself back to your breath, if you lose that thought you were thinking.
Now, pre-program yourself by picturing yourself in competition and playing at a high level, also relive some past matches and MENTALLY CREATE a different outcome.
This is the most empowering thing that you can do as a competitive player in any sport.
Because the subconscious mind, doesn’t know if what you are feeding it, is real or unreal, this allows anyone to re-create their own story.
Practice warrior meditation for as long as you can and keep doing it daily.
It may be tough at first, but it will get easier for you and your focus and concentration will improve too.
By mentally training this way, you will gain total concentration, without THOUGHT!