Every human being has three levels which we are well aware of – our mind, emotions and body. Our mind produces thoughts, our emotions create feelings and our physical body permits our actions. The 3-level concept is based on the fact that these three levels are dependent on each other and whenever one level is off balance it has an impact on the other two levels.
Here are some practical examples from our daily lives:
Example of lost physical balance:
When we slip or when someone pushes us and we are facing a fall, we immediately start to feel uncomfortabe and our thoughts are directed towards our safety. All other thoughts are eliminated from our mind. Our safety (stability) becomes the most important thought for us.
Result: The loss of balance at the physical level also has an impact on our emotional level (feeling uncomfortable) and mental level (our mind is not able to stay focused on our previous thought). This means that the loss of our physical stability prevents us from being able to stay focused on our current activity (disrupts our thought process) until we gain our physical balance back.
Example of lost emotional balance:
When we lose our emotional balance (due to an unexpected negative event) we feel an emotional discomfort which results in either physical lethargy or agressive behavior.
Result:Emotional imbalance has an impact on our physical and mental levels. As a result, we are not able to stay mentally focused on our main goal and at the physical level our actions are lacking the right amount of intensity (we use too much or too little).
Mental Supremacy represents alignment at all three levels. Our mind is clear and knows why we are doing something and how. We also feel comfortable and physically stable. In this unique condition, where all three levels are aligned, we feel confident and our actions are clear and decisive. In this condition we are able to perform at our best potential – using the optimal amount of energy. Thus, it is safe to say we have the best chance to succeed.
Mental Supremacy condition can be reached consciously
We all have experienced this condition in our lives already. Whenever we feel we are „above“ the situation or problem we feel confident and full of energy. We can describe this as if everything is „flowing“ and we are „in the zone“. This can be easily seen in athletes since when they are „in the zone“ they are able to reach their lifetime dreams. The biggest question here is whether we can train this condition so we can reach it sooner and maintain it for longer periods of time. Mental Supremacy is bringing answers to this question through dynamic power rules and its applications to our human body.
Use of dynamic power in Mental Supremacy
Dynamic power puts things in motion. The more dynamic power we have the faster we are able to change direction and speed, thus, we are more flexible in our actions because we use optimal amount of energy. Dynamic power is simply energy that fuels our performance.
Pic. 1 and 2. – Dynamic power at the physical level
Two people are lifting same amount of weight. The person at Exhibit 1 lifts the same amount of weight as the person at Exhibit 2 but with less repetition under given time period. This means that they are both able to develop the same force but the person at Exhibit 2 has more dynamic power because he is able to lift the same weight with more repetitions during given time period.
Working with dynamic power means working with energy
When we mention that we work with dynamic power we don’t find it unusual because all athletes work hard to increase it. But when we say that we work with energy we usually think of something unreachable and esoteric. Why is that? Because athletes work consciously with energy only at the physical level where it is instantly measurable in the form of jump or sprint. However, working with energy at the emotional or mental level is much harder to visualize and measure (although new technologies have this capacity).
Level of dynamic power has an impact on our mind
MS® methodology is based on the fact that the three levels mutually impact each other using dynamic power. The fluctuation of dynamic power at one level has an impact on the othes and vice versa.
In order to perceive the level of dynamic power at the emotional and mental levels we first need to understand how the fluctuations impacts our body. Obviously, at the physical level we notice tiredness. At the emotional level, we can observe instability in the form of guilt, apathy, grief, feer and anger. Unfortunately, our actions mirror our current emotional state. Even laziness is a sign of dynamic power deficiency. If we visualize an activity that we enjoy, we immediately experience rise of dynamic power in the form of energy and motivation to perform this activity and vice versa. At the mental level, the drop of dynamic power is expressed with loss of concentration and focus on our goal which can wrongly be interpreted as lack of self-discipline and defensive thinking. It is safe to say that everytime we feel emotionally or mentally tired we tend to have unhappy thoughts in our mind which is due to dynamic power deficiency.
MS® methodology offers a unique approach how to work with individual levels and optimize our performance and energy employment.