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TRANSFORMING THE VIEW OF SPORT: GUIDING PRINCIPLES

By David Meggyesy
August 2016
Redrafted 2022

Over the past month I’ve been thinking a lot about the guiding principles enlarging our view of sport and the athletic experience.  Ken Wilber’s notion of ‘orienting generalizations’ is somewhat appropriate here. What...

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NONDUAL FLOW-STATE TRAINING

By Scott Ford, Co-Founder, EVO Sports

Flow is a “unified field experience” in which players feel a sense of oneness with the game they are playing. Nondual player/field coherence generates our unified field experiences, and unified field experiences build unified field realities that...

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MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL and other mainstream sports still are not seeing into the void! Part 1

By Greg Warburton, Co-Founder, EVO Sports

When will MLB move into a curious exploration of 21st Century mental training that provides a plethora of additional practices? What, indeed, is the juggernaut…the massive force… that seems to preclude curiosity? There are time-tested...

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NONDUAL AWARENESS AND FLOW

By Scott Ford

On September 1st, 2022, Greg Warburton and I will be presenting at the Flow Conference being hosted on Zoom by the Flow Centre from Perth, Australia. Our friend and Sports, Energy, and Consciousness Co-Founder, Dr. Rick Leskowitz will also be one of the 30+ presenters at the Flow...

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DO YOU KNOW HOW TO BREATHE… CORRECTLY!? PART 3

By Greg Warburton

Part 3

Knowing May is Mental Health Awareness Month, I want to highlight that I have been, and remain very concerned, as I think about my 40-year career working with kids and teens in Mental Health, that young people still are not being taught how to breathe correctly for their...

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DO YOU KNOW HOW TO BREATHE… CORRECTLY!? PART 2

By Greg Warburton

Part 2

“To know and not do, Is not to know” ~ Goethe

Let’s jump right into application…where readers can directly experience the value of learning to breathe correctly right now. I know there are many, many ways to breathe, and people can breathe for...

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DO YOU KNOW HOW TO BREATHE… CORRECTLY!? PART 1

By Greg Warburton

Part 1

Over a score of years in my mental health and sport performance work, I always invited people to reply to this inquiry: Please tell me what you think you already know about how to breathe to produce a relaxation effect?

Invariably, no matter what age, across all these...

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FLOW-STATE COACHING PART 1

By Scott Ford

After a recent Master’s Series call with Catt Tripoli, author of the book “Conscious Fitness,” I realized how much flow-state training is becoming an integral part of the athletic world, for players and for coaches alike. What used to be considered “woo-woo...

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FLOW-STATE COACHING PART 2

By Scott Ford

Performance soul is developed through flow-state training practices that deactivate ego and activate soul, and then by taking the flow-state into their different fields of performance complexity. Would that this transformation could be solidified overnight, but flow is only...

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A DECLARATION OF INTERDEPENDENCE: 2021 IN REVIEW

By Barry Robbins

2021 marked the confluence of powerful events which, when viewed in a certain light, offer an understanding of how they are interrelated. These insights provide a healthy direction for change and transformation, particularly through the prism of sports.

Humanity is starting to...

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SPORTS AND FLOW

By Scott Ford

If there is one thing that unites us as athletes, it’s our ability to create a state of being called “flow.” Flow-states are ubiquitous in the world. In sports, flow-state performances are also known as playing in the zone, and if you have ever been in the zone in...

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THE EMOTIONAL ASPECT IS STILL IGNORED...WHAT DOES THE FUTURE HOLD!?

By Greg Warburton

This is about what the Evolutionary Sports Collective is already doing that we urge the entire sports world to start doing yesterday. Let’s focus on providing the missing pieces for the half-century old mental-training puzzle.

With a sense of urgency, I point out that our...

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