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Aikido Mindset: stop fearing fear and master your panic reflexes PART 2

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Who among us is not afraid? Who among us does not experience moments of panic? It's not necessary to be attacked at night; fear is part of our daily life, and panic can manifest even in the seemingly mundane act of receiving a message on our mobile phones.

My experience as a mediator and Aikidoka has allowed me to thoroughly study fear and work on its management.
In part 1, we talked about the panic reflexes —fight, flee, and freeze—and how they manifest in our lives. We discussed how fear is an integral part of our days and influences us in many ways. I thought you what servile and masterful automatisms are and how to use them to your advantage. And we also saw the Color Code of Mental Awareness, the military code used to identify our level of preparation and awareness in unexpected situations (just crossing the street can present an unexpected situation)!

Today, in this part 2, as promised I will illustrate five super effective exercises to control our fears. And just to share everything, I will tell you about my tragic experience with mushrooms... yes, what can I do... it's not guaranteed that some fears make sense!

Enjoy this episode, which is, as part 1, very complex for me because it's full of personal references. The editing is also less precise than usual, but I wanted my reactions to be as natural as possible.

Comment with your experience on the episode post on Instagram and send me a DM with suggestions for the next episodes: https://www.instagram.com/ritsu_aikido/

And if you're in Rome, we look forward to teaching you how to manage fear on the tatami! All the information is here: https://kohakuaikidoroma.com/

Join the Ritsu's Community! Train hard, live soft!

For further exploration:
Zanshintech: the first digital martial art. All information here: https://zanshintech.it/
Color Code of Mental Awareness: In military training and the teaching of some martial arts, reference is made to the Colour Code of Mental Awareness, theorized by Colonel John Cooper (1920-2006). It is a system to identify each stage of attention with a color and to learn to maintain a high level of alertness in everyday life.
Panic Reflexes: Fight, flee, or freeze manifest in situations of strong emotional and psychological stress.

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Capitoli

1. Intro (00:00:00)

2. Exercise 1 to manage fear: breathing (00:02:06)

3. Exercise 2 to manage fear: recognize it (00:02:44)

4. My tragic personal experience with fear: mushrooms (00:03:27)

5. Exercise 3 to manage fear: reframe thoughts (00:05:53)

6. Exercise 4 to manage fear: seek support from others (00:07:07)

7. Exercise 5 to manage fear: overcome it (00:07:51)

8. Sum up: how to perform the exercises the best way (00:08:56)

9. Fear in Aikido (00:09:54)

10. Outro (00:10:56)

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Who among us is not afraid? Who among us does not experience moments of panic? It's not necessary to be attacked at night; fear is part of our daily life, and panic can manifest even in the seemingly mundane act of receiving a message on our mobile phones.

My experience as a mediator and Aikidoka has allowed me to thoroughly study fear and work on its management.
In part 1, we talked about the panic reflexes —fight, flee, and freeze—and how they manifest in our lives. We discussed how fear is an integral part of our days and influences us in many ways. I thought you what servile and masterful automatisms are and how to use them to your advantage. And we also saw the Color Code of Mental Awareness, the military code used to identify our level of preparation and awareness in unexpected situations (just crossing the street can present an unexpected situation)!

Today, in this part 2, as promised I will illustrate five super effective exercises to control our fears. And just to share everything, I will tell you about my tragic experience with mushrooms... yes, what can I do... it's not guaranteed that some fears make sense!

Enjoy this episode, which is, as part 1, very complex for me because it's full of personal references. The editing is also less precise than usual, but I wanted my reactions to be as natural as possible.

Comment with your experience on the episode post on Instagram and send me a DM with suggestions for the next episodes: https://www.instagram.com/ritsu_aikido/

And if you're in Rome, we look forward to teaching you how to manage fear on the tatami! All the information is here: https://kohakuaikidoroma.com/

Join the Ritsu's Community! Train hard, live soft!

For further exploration:
Zanshintech: the first digital martial art. All information here: https://zanshintech.it/
Color Code of Mental Awareness: In military training and the teaching of some martial arts, reference is made to the Colour Code of Mental Awareness, theorized by Colonel John Cooper (1920-2006). It is a system to identify each stage of attention with a color and to learn to maintain a high level of alertness in everyday life.
Panic Reflexes: Fight, flee, or freeze manifest in situations of strong emotional and psychological stress.

  continue reading

Capitoli

1. Intro (00:00:00)

2. Exercise 1 to manage fear: breathing (00:02:06)

3. Exercise 2 to manage fear: recognize it (00:02:44)

4. My tragic personal experience with fear: mushrooms (00:03:27)

5. Exercise 3 to manage fear: reframe thoughts (00:05:53)

6. Exercise 4 to manage fear: seek support from others (00:07:07)

7. Exercise 5 to manage fear: overcome it (00:07:51)

8. Sum up: how to perform the exercises the best way (00:08:56)

9. Fear in Aikido (00:09:54)

10. Outro (00:10:56)

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