Tapping Into the Tathata Golf Mindset

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I’m sure many of you have heard the benefits of yoga and meditation for improving your golf game. It’s no lie that these practices are beneficial for you both physically and mentally. But, when it comes to golf there are a lot of other benefits that you may not know about. 

One great method that the Tathata 60-Day Program taps into is mindful meditation, or as it’s called in the lessons – mental training exercise. This isn’t the type of meditation you do after yoga. You know, the best part of the class when you lie on your back, close your eyes and try your hardest not to fall asleep. Instead, this part of the Tathata program asks you to be completely aware of your surroundings and your thoughts. Plus, you’ll be asked to keep your eyes open.

If you aren’t accustomed to doing things like this, it may be uncomfortable at first. You’ll need an open mind and a peaceful room. It’s best if you find a quiet space where you won’t be interrupted for the full lesson. Plus, it can be a little embarrassing sitting there meditating, so the more privacy you have, the more comfortable you’ll feel.

Here are some of the best benefits you’ll find from having an open mind and doing the Tathata mental training exercises:

  • Increased confidence from strengthening your mental awareness
  • Better control of your thoughts
  • Increased capacity to focus
  • Clearer thinking
  • Ability to be in the present and focus on one hole at a time

Honestly, if you’re looking for just one excuse to try Tathata, the mental exercises are it. You can change your game completely when you take control of your mind.

Update 5/2016:
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