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Goodreads helps you follow your favorite authors. Be the first xrno learn about new releases! This is what you climb for. Mental Training For Climbers. Their attention becomes focused on why they agree or disagree with some early remark. They end up channeling their energy into defending their old set of beliefs instead of being open to the possibility of learning something new from the speaker. There are two types of fear: The former is healthy and helpful while the latter is not.

It is important anro be able to distinguish between the two fears.


Climbing achievements matter little in the grand scheme of things. The learning that can take place in the process of your climbing achievements is what matters.

Climbing can challenge you to the core, which is valuable and allows you to learn about yourself and expand your possibilities. You dig deep on a climb, gain self-knowledge, and apply that self-knowledge—that power—to any situation. Remember the importance of feeling challenged. Mental Training for Climbers. Self-worth comes from the positive results of your effort.

You may have learned something about ilgndr or gained the experiential confidence to attempt more difficult challenges.

These effects are genuinely valuable. The achievement itself, however, is no reason for an elevated sense of self-worth. You can look forward to an old age spent in endless rehash of past days of glory.

If you think about it, no ilgber how well you climb, tangling up your self-worth with your performance is a lose-lose situation. Once we fully accept difficulty as natural and normal, we cease to be offended or daunted ilgmer we encounter a struggle or a test. We can embrace these tests as opportunities.

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Difficult experiences are the way we learn, and they also are the way we can appreciate ease. We understand brightness by its contrast to dimness, happiness by its relationship to sadness.


By embracing this duality of experience, we allow ourselves to find peace within our difficulties rather than wasting our power on trying to escape them. Even when tying your shoes—tie them impeccably.

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He is ten feet out from his last bolt and very anxious to get clipped in. Gritting his teeth, close to falling, he finally makes the clip—and instantly relaxes. Immediately he finds another good handhold within reach. A sloping foothold he mistrusted suddenly feels very adequate.

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