As an athlete, I enjoyed watching the video There's a Spiritual Solution to Every Problem. Dyer quotes St. Francis of Assisi and Mother Teresa in making the point that we should give the world our best, regardless of how we are treated. That part was good for my spiritual development, but the most important part for me was the concept that positive thoughts make us stronger and negative thoughts and shame make us weaker. Dyer spoke about this, but it was the demonstration in the DVD extras section that hit the point home. He could easily overpower a volunteer when she thought of a bad relationship, but she held her own when focused on a good relationship. I will use this concept on my training runs and in my half marathon by focusing on positive thoughts and not getting frustrated and angry at cars and pedestrians in my way.
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