Picture perfect practice promotes precise pristine performance, where the norm is then, that we’ve become the best we can be, at what we’re attempting to do, and continue to grow within it, with no limit to what may come out of it, I mean I got it, that this is how we get ahead of the learning curve, that opens the door for self-expansion and live the example of what you’re setting, and betting on the point of setting an example because of the ample amount of understanding we’ve gained from the point we’ve practiced.
We should make it a point of practice to practice all the time, like we practice in our mind when repeating the same s***, then miss the obvious that I really need practice, like I practiced on my back flips when I was a kid, and that’s all I did, until I got it down pat and pat myself on the back for doing a good job, and when I got older didn’t practice a lot and became a jack of all trades without mastering a single thing.
The alleviation of pressure is to practice before time, so in real time moment we can stroll through a point, like following and living a corrective statement when walking a point – that subsides the nervousness when getting to a point of being in the spot lights, will you shine or will you dim, or will you go back into just blaming ‘Dem’ for looking at you crazy, stating I can’t believe them for looking at me crazy, when it’s us who decided not to practice, and got scared on the stage before we reacted in rage from the fear that we let possess us, in front of a crowd of people that came there to bless us, but what they found was an unrehearsed mess, and at best booed us until we got off the stage.
But, picking up from where we left off in the past from doing things we’ve learned and/or taught ourselves how to do, then stopped for some reason or another, or wanting to get to a point of mastery with something new, the resistance to practicing at it comes up, that I found and let slow my role in getting back into the full swing of things, which is an interesting point because I’ve become self-righteous about doing things from my past, which is really a point of where, when and what I experienced while doing these things back then, in this case DJing and doing performances, and so when having the opportunity to do them again and possibly make money from it, when offers come, this point comes up as an excuse, that ‘I don’t need practice’, which I do, and so resist practicing, then after I finally get to it, realize, ‘man I did need to practice’ and only then glad that I did so.
Now also an interesting point of practice in relation to process, is the need to practice what we/I commit myself to, more, where after correcting ourselves/myself on a point, it’s easy to forget the corrective statements that was written, to perpetuating an inaction when the point resurface, because of not remembering what we wrote, then find ourselves having to either go back and look up the point that was written, and/or re-write it out again, because of not remembering it due to the lack of practicing in real time that was also a point of commitment as well, therefore;
I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to reserve the point of practice to doing something entertaining in the field of entertainment, and not consider the importance of practicing in real time, the corrective statement I’ve committed myself to and follow through with it, so that when points resurface, I can take corrective action within it, that’s the best way of moving passed a point.
I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to suppress the point of practice through the resistance thereof, where the thought of not needing practice I let resonate within me in a moment of being cocky about something I’ve done well in the past, then getting to the point of practicing at it, and only then realize, ‘man I did need practice’, but leave the point of belief uninvestigated.
I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to not make practice a point of doing daily, on things I want to get to and accomplish in my life, that would make my step towards them that much easier and quicker to achieve.
I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to have realized achievements is within the practice of something, but at times choose not to follow my own realizations.
I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to replace my practice (at times) with complacency, that keep me only at a certain level, height of understanding a thing, which is limiting to my growth within it. And so,
When and as I see myself limiting myself with the point of complacency, that’s a form of resistance to expanding myself in a way, thinking that just because I’ve done something well in the past, I still got it down pat, I stop and breathe. I see/realize/understand that there is always something more to be learned in what we do and with practicing at it, brings out the more within it, and so I commit myself to becoming the embodiment of practice, to practice things I know that would be of assistance to me, in the ever so expansion/growth and development of myself, to reach my utmost potential and make life much easier for myself and those around me in my world.
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