Or, why we can’t reach our goals?
The Japanese answer is: we want too fast too much.
The Japanese tradition is Kai (change) Zen (wisdom) invented by Masaaki Imai.
We should not change our life spontaneously but slowly and wisely.
The new habits
should occur as a result
of our reflections
and life experience.
The concept includes
of the One-Minute Principle
Every day, just for one minute, practice at the same time and do not do more.
It should be no trouble for absolutely anyone, right?
Because it is difficult to carry out for 30 minutes or an hour a day… one minute is easy…
And we believe we should practice much more and end up in exhausting of us and leave with no tangible results.
How can we learn in only 1 minute something new?
The One-Minute Principle lets you see the progress you’re making.
We need to experience a sense of victory and success to move forward.
We start for 1 minute and gradually we increase the time more and more to that 1/2 hour or 1 hour.
All you have to do is understand what it is you want to achieve and start doing it for just a minute every single day in the beginning…
My Video: What is Kai Zen? https://youtu.be/aReBxTbPaMM
My Audio on Podcast: RELAX WITH MEDITATION or see link in the end.
My Audio: https://s3-ap-southeast-1.amazonaws.com/rudizimmerer/5/What+is+Kai+Zen.mp3