The Akira Concept is built on Foundations.
Take the time to ponder the deeper meaning of all that follows in this section … it will strongly influence the way you learn and live.
Believe that all change begins with ONE.
Start By Stopping
An important theory that encourages you to find a moment of stillness rooted in breath … to overview your current state of being … to raise your awareness …in order to be fully present for the experience in which you are about to partake.
the wrong bus syndrome
A simple-yet-powerful analogy for how and why one finds him/her/themself giving away him/her/their choices and heading in the wrong direction.
An enriching activity that you consciously choose to do for yourself that nourishes body, mind, and soul.
A functional and powerful core-breath practice that is vital to all eight dimensions of wellness.
The brain’s instinctive, multi-faceted ability to change and adapt continuously … throughout your whole life.
Body Networking is the significance of the brain and spinal cord (central nervous system) connection to all parts of your body (peripheral nervous system) and the resulting effect on longevity and wellness.
An understanding that what you choose to do today will have a profound impact on where you will be in 10,000 days.
Know Your Why
Knowing Your Why enables and empowers you to be more capable of pursuing the things in life that give you fulfillment and purpose.
A sense of connection, acceptance, gratitude, appreciation, purpose, and love to all you experience in the here and now.
The epiphany and realization that everything you do is significant and matters to the people and world around you, whether you see the corresponding outcome or not … that is your legacy.
The Power of Yet
The Power of Yet is the idea that you are capable of continued improvement, growth, learning, and doing better.
You Are Your Own Best Expert
Who could possibly know what’s better for you than you?
The Fish Bowl
A powerful analogy we use in our trainings to inspire you to understand how everything you do really does matter.