Article provided by Zhang Xinyue of Create Abundance.
The philosophy of good athletes is remarkably elegant, logical and revolutionary. Other professions may be concerned with changing the environment to suit a weakened body, but an athlete focuses on strengthening the body to suit its environment.
You believe in your skills and abilities. You know that sports is a practical system for enjoying a game but also preserving your health. This field often contributes unique and important perspectives about sports games and life itself. A successful career offers the player some important advice on strategies for a more abundant future. For this, you need a strong body, soul, and mind.
As athletes, we must relate this sports philosophy, science and art to ourselves, our friends and our fans. This requires clarity, focus and commitment. All athletes understand this. As you become a better player, your life will change. Your thinking will change. You’ll be able to visualize what true success looks like for you.
When you learn to create abundance in your sports life, this works to help you realize your important role in life and the game. Though you may not feel like an expert, if you are living your best life, you can grow. As players and athletes, we own this expertise and even the naysayers will admit that fact. You can inspire possibilities and function as a gatekeeper for others who want to be their best. Your success becomes a natural adjustment in your life. It’s a win for you and for those around you. There’s no such thing as losing once you understand these truths.
With many years as a well-known spiritualist leader and teacher in her field, Zhang Xinyue is known for a variety of achievements. Her creation of the Abundance system aims to promote a meaningful and straight forward approach to life’s philosophical issues. In 2012 she wrote her best-selling book Create Abundance. The book is a collection of quotes containing words of wisdom on how to develop body-mind-spirit cultivation.
Her book was released initially in Chinese, but it is also available in English and other languages now. A second version of the book has also recently been released.