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Are you doomed to fear? If so, the time has come to see if what you fear is real or imaginary.
What if there was nothing to be afraid of? There may be some setbacks or "falls", but at the end of the day, you will be fine.
In the face of pressure, negative emotions can overwhelm you, or you can look forward. You can instead focus on the future task. It's all about your mind.
In today's episode Al – Azma SchoolI talk about fear with a climber hero learning to be mentally tough by constantly pushing his limits: Sasha Degiolian.
Digiulian first started climbing in 6 years, in 1998. She won the women's world championship in general and put silver in the world championship Bouldering, as well as bronze in the fencing. Sasha has been an unprecedented Panamerican champion in 2004 so far and is the US champion three times.
In the outdoors, Digiulian is the first woman in North America to climb grade 9A, 5.14D, recognized as one of the most difficult sport sports achieved by a female. I've done two. Digiulian was the third woman in the world to achieve this degree. In addition, I have been able to see many of the 8b + s tracks, the 5.14a, stepped up to several floors to reach 10,000 feet of the 8C climb, and achieved many First Ascents and 28 First Female Ascents around the world , Including the first female ascension on the north face of the Eiger.
Digiulian learned to trust the process and the universe in order to calm her concern.
She says the only way to get a mountain is to think positively. You will find herself saying, "Go, go, go" when you are in a difficult place.
So, get ready to learn how to think about the mentality of a risk hero in Episode 731.
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