View Full Version : becoming like a master

11-21-2004, 02:47 PM
envision yourself practicing as if you were already a master.

This is going in my must use visualisations. Thanks Shark for passing on the comment.

11-21-2004, 05:01 PM
you're welcome.that's a quote from Cheng Man-Ching
btw,in case you were wondering;...i started a thread back in the iron age of this forum about the "master" thing;what defines a master...type of thing.
Bob Smith:"what is a master? well by definition it's someone who has mastered something."
he adds,"America is the land of masters,one does not want to learn a thing here so much as to become a "master""
and what the HECK is a GRANDMASTER? by my definition it may be someone who's students have gone on to establish a reputation for themselves,but if anyone has a better def. i'd love to hear it!
thanks for the acknowledgement catpat

11-21-2004, 07:27 PM
Hi Shark:

This quote you shared with us here is a "masterpiece". Sure glad to pass this along to my students, but I'll also use it for my practice as well. I can see many benefits from a few very wise words. Thanks again for sharing! Best wishes.


11-22-2004, 09:40 PM
my pleasure bob,wish i'd said it.(i got a million of 'em!)