Getting in the zone is part of it, but letting go of outcomes is what gets Olympians to the podium.
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A record-breaking endurance athlete turned to meditation to reach his goals. He learned to let go of them, too.
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Buddha Takes the Mound
Why the Buddha invented baseball
Zen Mind, Pitcher’s Mind
A longtime proponent of mindfulness in sports talks about personal practice and his work helping players turn inward.
Meditation Coaches, the Next Frontier in Major League Sports
Athletes and teams looking for an extra edge are turning to mindfulness and mental-skills training to improve performance and well-being.
Once a Maoist child soldier, Mira Rai, a young woman from rural Nepal, overcame the challenges of an impoverished upbringing to become an internationally recognized trail runner. Today, she inspires children in her home country and…
MeditationMagazine | This Buddhist Life
This Buddhist Life: Hari Budha Magar
Hari Budha Magar, the first bilateral above-the-knee amputee to summit a peak upward of 19,000 feet, discusses the mental, physical, and legal roadblocks he must overcome as he plans to climb Mount Everest in 2019.
This Buddhist Life: Tsewang Rinzing
Q&A with Tsewang Rinzing, president of the Bhutan Amateur Athletic Federation
The Gods of Baseball
Talking myth, fate, and the Cleveland Indians in the wake of the World Series
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