It’s multiple ways in life you have to go and come back in again. Glad you’re here Michel Reibel 🙂
Thanks for the SniperMind David Amerland an inspiring way to follow your truth!
Originally shared by Michel Reibel
The Nuggets of Consciousness
When I had cerebralspinal meningitis (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meningitis) at the age of 16, which forced me to relearn to eat, talk and even walk again, I really didn’t think I would survive the exams; even my father didn’t want to see me any more after 2 lumbar punctures, which at that time were particularly torture…
3 years later, I became a Diable Bleu (Blue Devil) in the elite corps of the 19e Groupe de Chasseurs in Germany, then Sniper and Commando at the 23rd RI in the mountains of the Franco-Swiss Jura. At the same time I had qualified for the French Karate Championships.
A sport that I still practice today at the age of 51, with high-level athlets and after having stopped since 1996. How is that possible?
Obviously, I was still withering away, but this time through the abuse of an epicurean life and moral negligence, because I had lost faith after successive failures. In October 2016, I was rushed to hospital; I had just had a transient ischemic attack (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transient_ischemic_attack), the ultimate warning signal before a potentially fatal stroke. And it was last year that I realized I was dying, stupidly.
I first participated in the The Sniper Mind book, then I read it… https://www.amazon.com/Sniper-Mind-Eliminate-Uncertainty-Decisions/dp/1250113679
And it was only then that I reconnected with my potential. So I decided to apply the book. And as Omi Sido says so well (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XiWgPnN7wWg) : what good is a book if you don’t read it again and again and again….?
Knowing that an individual also learns through the auditory-sequential channel (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Auditory_system), but without really knowing when he/she prefers it, I decided to loop the audio version of this book and to make sure we pull out more nuggets.
I just want to thank you David Amerland 😉