Being in full surrender and acceptance of how things are makes room for the next chapter of life. This week on Acta Non Verba I’m continuing my conversation with Sam Morris as he shares how he embraced Adversity by leaning on his Zen philosophy training and embraced the power of breath work to transition into a mindset of healing. In this episode Sam and I discuss the need for persistence and discipline when dealing with ADVERSITY and how to separate yourself from the circumstances of your life. Sam also shares how his injury gave him a deeper understanding of the Bushido wisdom of “dying before you die to prepare yourself for what fully lies ahead.”
Sam Morris is the founder of Zen Warrior training, a transformational coaching program for high performing entrepreneurs and creative professionals. Sam is an internationally known leader in the field of personal transformation with 20 years of experience studying and teaching the ancient wisdom of Zen philosophy, meditation and breath practices. Sam coaches high performers and corporate clients on how to master their inner workings of the mind, body and spirit, and live from a place of presence, purpose and resolve.
Connect with Sam via his website: https://zenwarriortraining.com/