Keep Moving On

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Being centered helps you to keep moving on, even when your emotions are on overflow.  When you are stirred up, your heart races.  When your pulse goes up by a mere ten beats per minute, whether you are two years old or eighty-two, you slip out of gear because the oxygen to your brain is constricted. In conflict, you have an experience that is mental, emotional, and physical.  You become instantly more physically constricted an instantly more emotionally and mentally self-absorbed the moment you experience conflict.  The experience of conflict with another person triggers your personal reactivity, hijacking logical thinking because your pre-frontal brain, where rational thinking occurs, doesn’t get the oxygen it needs to work optimally and this happens no matter how saintly or how smart and worldly you are.  Being centered will help you to “straighten out [yourself] and keep on moving.”

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