I said its about raising our awareness. That we have to bring up our negative emotions/thinking from the subconscious to the conscious. The reason for that is when it's buried in the subconscious we have no chance of ordering it. It lurks in the dark and attacks us without warning. That is why denial is so destructive.
But in order to raise it to the conscious we must learn to live with negative feelings. Allowing it space to express itself so that we recognise it. There are tools to deal with it once it is recognised and defined.
There are so many examples I can give of matches that I have witnessed where our players sabotage themselves. In fact that is much of the training I give to Mark. To recognise those signals in himself and others.
Consider this. With primarily that training, he has got to the stage of a National Junior. The sum of Marks technical training was the short stint with Ziaur prior to Asean. I am curious to see how he would perform when his technical is stronger.
You can do it too. A good way to begin this process is to look for inappropriate responses to events in yourself and others. Look at my statement in 2 cents worth and the angry and not so angry responses. Why do you think that is? Consider it deeply. And begin your journey to more awareness and a stronger chess career.
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