In 10 Steps we have a similar practice to the one that Seneca recommends, but the overall goal is the same:
A constant pursuit to be better. To evolve yourself as a human being.
Although Inner Power brings several real world benefits (as we wrote many times before), above all is a pursuit in your own evolution as a human being.
You become more aware of your own mind and behaviours and you change the ones that are not contributing to the life you want to live.
Little by little, your mind, body and energy change.
Unfortunately, Inner Power is not something you gain from one day to the next by doing a couple of exercises. It’s a trait you gain by slowly changing several behaviours, actions and overall mindset.
It’s opposite to our culture of “I want it now”.
We tend to want something straight away and if it takes more than a few days (or hours), then it’s too late since our interest has moved on to the next shiny object.
Inner Power training requires the development of steadiness of mind. Of a Will that helps you maintain your course in life and avoid the “shiny object syndrome”.
As you might expect, it’s also not a trait that you gain by blindly following some recipe or set of instructions.
It demands reflection and awareness. To think about what you are doing, your virtues and weaknesses as Seneca writes about.
Yes, the training of Inner Power and Will is not easy, but it is what allow Seneca to say:
“Throw me to the wolves and I will return leading the pack”
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