Brodie Retallick Emma Keeling: Take deep breaths over Brodie Retallick injury

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Brodie Retallick Brodie Retallick suffers a dislocated shoulder against South Africa last Saturday.

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Brodie Retallick suffers a dislocated shoulder against South Africa last Saturday.

OPINION: Deep breath in…..feel it fill your abdomen. No, keep the shoulders down otherwise you’re taking little wasp breaths.  Hold and breathe out. Keep going, just focusing on the breath. Yes, we’re meditating. When I say the words Brodie Retallick, you’ll understand why.

Oh stop catastrophising!   I know there is much to be outraged about, especially other people being outraged but really, there is only so much moaning you can do.  And Kiwis think the English whinge a lot! 

I realise it hasn’t been an overly easy week for the pessimistic, nervous and obsessive but hey, we’ve been here before.  It could be time we all caught up with the rest of the world and got a little more Zen. However, knowing how sensitive you all are and how outraged you will now be over my dog-whistle opinion, might I suggest meditation?  If all that tree-hugging stuff makes you nauseous, let me put it in real rugby terms – play the man with the ball. After the last few months we’ve had watching sport it might be the only way we’ll make it through the next few.  

Brodie Retallick Novak Djokovic is one of many athletes who meditate to help their sporting peformance.

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Novak Djokovic is one of many athletes who meditate to help their sporting peformance.

Novak Djokovic does it.  So does Kobe Bryant. LeBron James reportedly meditates in time-out sessions and the Seattle Seahawks reckon it helped them win the Super Bowl in 2014. Athletes have been delving into what s

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