Meditation is like tennis

Do you find meditation difficult? Maybe it’s because you look at meditation as a winner’s game, when in fact, it’s a loser’s game.

What on earth do I mean by that?

The terms “loser’s game” and “winner’s game” come from the book, Extraordinary Tennis for the Ordinary Player, published in 1970 by the engineer and economist Simon Ramo. Ramo studied hundreds of tennis tournaments and carefully…

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Tord Helsingeng

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Norwegian mindfulness coach and bodyworker, specializing in chronic pain relief and stress disorders.

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