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Sport und Spiel





Olympische Flagge mit den fünf Ringen
Erstmals verwendet bei den Olympischen Spielen
in Antwerpen, Niederlande, 1920






Der Roger Bannister-Effekt

Roger Bannister, 2009

Roger Bannister (1929-2018) hatte als Läufer eine körperliche Leistungs-
grenze überschritten, die bis dahin nicht überschritten worden war. Im Jahr
1954 schaffte er es als Erster, eine Meile (~1,6 km) in nur vier Minuten zu
laufen. Nach ihm schafften andere Läufer es auch, diese Hürde zu nehmen.



Siehe auch: ► Attraktor

Abenteuer-Sport – Flirt mit dem vorzeitigen Tod

Wer sich von gefährlichen Sportarten fernhält, ist gut beraten, denn so steigen die Chancen, nicht aus Unachtsamkeit vor dem gesetzten Todeszeitpunkt zu sterben. Hawkins erfuhr durch kinesiologische Muskeltests, dass der Mensch in den wach-be-
wussten Phasen nur etwa 3/4 der Zeit "voll da" ist, denn zu 24 % schwenkt das Bewusstsein auf einen Stand-by-Zustand. In solchen Phasen können Unfälle geschehen, das heißt, man stirbt vor der Zeit.

Zitate zum Thema Sportarten und Spiele / Sports and hobbies

Zitate von D. Hawkins

⚠ Achtung Siehe Power vs. Truth (engl.) Januar 2013

  • Die Menschen lieben es zu hassen, indem sie gegeneinander antreten, sei es im Sport oder im Krieg. Quelle unbekannt



Spirituelle Arbeit zum Wohl der Menschheit

  • Spirituelle Arbeit ist eine Verpflichtung und auch ein Weg der Erforschung. Der Weg wurde von denen geöffnet, die schon vorangingen und für die Nachfolgenden die Möglichkeit im Bewusstsein aufschlossen. Ebenso wie Roger Bannister das "M-Feld" der Vier-Minuten-Meile durchbrach, so haben Wesen mit fortgeschrittenem Bewusstsein Marksteine für ande-
    re hinterlassen, damit diese ihnen folgen können. Umgekehrt nützt jeder Fortschritt, den wir in unserem Gewahrsein machen, unzähligen Menschen und stärkt den nächsten Schritt anderer, die folgen. Jede gütige Handlung wird vom Universum notiert und für immer bewahrt. Richtig betrachtet, ersetzt Dankbarkeit spirituellen Ehrgeiz. Im traditio-
    nellen Buddhismus sucht man Erleuchtung zum Wohl der ganzen Menschheit; alle Gaben kehren zu ihrem Urheber zurück. FU Das All-sehende Auge, S. 179-180, 2005

Quotes by D. Hawkins

⚠ Caveat See Power vs. Truth, January 2013

Chess, since around 6th century
  • People love to hate [LoC 80]. It's known as competition (as in sports or in war). Source unknown


  • Major segments of society operate on the level of lovelessness. […] Love is belittled as 'touchy-feely'. Love is therefore socially restricted to roman-
    ce, mothers and their children, or one's dog. Expressed elsewhere, it be-
    comes an embarrassment. There are a few masculine areas where love
    is okay, such as for family, sports, one’s country, or a car.
    The Eye of the I From Which Nothing is Hidden, S. 227, 2001


  • Question: Do I have bad karma from hunting animals when I was young?
    Answer: It depends on the context and intention, i.e. did you hunt for food or sport? We are all responsible for life. However, do not feel guilty for who you were then. Sedona Satsang Q&A, Sedona Creative Life Center, 2 CD set, 10. May 2006


Zitate von anderen Quellen

Persönliche Bekenntnisse

Referenz: de.Wikiquote-Eintrag Sport

Quotes by various other sources

Personal avowals

  • In my childhood I was lucky enough to get into this world of courage, sincerity, and ennoblement. A world where the primary value is not physical force, but human qualities. The Judo school is a school of mutual assistance and coope-
    ration. Self-confidence, vigor, purposefulness, respect for elders, teammates and opponents are highly valued there.
    In general, this sport has a tremendous positive impact on the modern world. This sport makes our life more humane;
    brings people together; and gives us powerful, positive emotions.
    Vladimir Putin [LoC 190] (*1952) Russian president, former KGB agent, cited in: The Importance of Putin's Remarks on Judo to Understanding The Man and His Goals, presented by the Russian news website Russia Insider, Dr. William Wedin, 23. June 2016



  • We dance to survive, and the beat offers a yellow brick road to make it through the chaos that is the tempo of our times. We dance to shed skins, tear off masks, crack molds, and experience the breakdown – the shattering of borders bet-
    ween body, heart and mind, between genders and generations, between nations and nomads. We are the transitional generation. Blog article by Gabrielle Roth (1941-2012) US American dancer, musician, developer of the 5Rhythms approach,
    The Spiritual Power Of Dance, presented by the US American liberal-oriented online newspaper Huffington Post, 15. May 2011, updated 26. October 2012


Reference: en.Wikiquote entries Sports

Englische Texte – English section on Sports, leisure, play, hobbies

Bewusstseinswerte von Sportarten und Spiele von D. Hawkins


Glaubensüberzeugung des Ego:

Relevanz des Rechthabens und Gewinnens von Debatten, im Sport, Spiel und Geschäftsleben.

BW – Tätigkeiten / Sportthemen

  • 490World Cup in diversen Sportarten
  • 480Super Bowl (Finale der US-amerikanischen American-Football-Profiliga)
  • 455 – Finalspiele der US-amerikanischen Basketball-Nationalmannschaft
  • 450Tennis Endausscheidungsspiele in Wimbledon (GB)
  • 410Pasadena Tournament of Roses (Jährlich stattfindender Blumenwagencorso in Pasadena, Kalifornien)
  • 405Rose Bowl (Jährlich ausgetragenes Spiel im College Football)
  • 375 – Sportsendungen im US-amerikanischen Fernsehen
  • 340-400 – Prominente Sportler
  • 340/390Olympische Spiele

  • 160 – Sexuelles Fehlverhalten gegenüber Untergebenen, Ehebruch
  • 105Aufstand


Source: ► D. Hawkins, Truth vs. Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, S. 106, 107, 110, 2005

LoC calibrations (engl.) of various sports by D. Hawkins

LoC – Activity / Sportive topics

  • 480Super Bowl (Championship game of the National Football League (NFL) – highest level of professional American football)
  • 405Rose Bowl Game (Annual American college football bowl game in Pasadena, California)
  • 340-400 – Famous athletes
  • 340/390Olympic Games (World’s foremost sports competition with more than 200 nations participating)

  • 450Soccer (Team sport played between two opposing teams of eleven players each with a spherical ball)
  • 410Feldenkrais Method (Somatic educational system designed by Moshé Feldenkrais (1904-1984)
  • 410Kung Fu
  • 400Skeet and trap shooting (Disciplines of the sport)
  • 400Golf (Precision club and ball sport with competing players)
  • 350Cycling (Biking – using of bicycles – for transport, recreation, or for sport)
  • 350 – Aerobic Running, jogging, sprinting
  • 350Tennis (Ball sport played between two single players or between two double player teams)
  • 345Basketball (Team sport with two opposing teams of five players each)
  • 330Baseball (Bat-and-ball sport played between two opposing teams of nine players each)
  • 330American football (Team sport played between two opposing teams of eleven players each)
  • 320Physical exercise (Workout in a gym studio)
  • 310Swimming (Water based sport)
  • 305Taiji1 (Martial art)
  • 295Bowling (Indoor and outdoor sport in which players attempt to score points by rolling a bowling ball along a flat surface)
  • 290Calisthenics (Aerobic exercise consisting of a variety of simple, rhythmical, movements using multiple equipment or apparatus)
  • 260Aikido2 (Japanese martial art developed by Morihei Ueshiba as a synthesis of his martial studies, philosophy, and religious beliefs)
  • 240Qi Gong
  • 205Caving (Spelunking or potholing; recreational pastime of exploring wild non-commercial cave systems)
  • 205Mountain Climbing (Sport, hobby or profession of hiking, skiing, and climbing mountains)
  • 205Bodywork
  • 200Auto racing (Motorsport involving the racing of cars for competition)

  • 185Bodybuilding (Form of body modification involving intensive muscle hypertrophy)
  • 180Boxing (Combat sport in which two people fight each other using their fists)
  • 160Steroid hormones (Artificially produced medications that duplicate the action for the naturally occurring steroids)
  • 120Foul play (Inappropriate or unfair act by a player as deemed by a referee)
  • 110Extreme sport (Outdoor adventure activities having a high level of inherent danger)
  •   90 – "Fixing" a game


Source: ► D. Hawkins, Truth vs. Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, S. 106, 398, 2005

LoC calibrations (engl.) of Games, sports, hobbies, blood sports, misconduct by D. Hawkins

LoC – Activity

  • 410Pasadena Tournament of Roses (Annual parade festival of flowers, music and equestrians and sports in Pasadena, California)
  • 185 – Mardi Gras, Carnival in New Orleans, Louisiana, United States

  • 475Social dance (Danceforms or dance styles, where sociability and socializing are the primary focuses of the dancing)
  • 415Chess (World's most popular two-player board game played on a square-checkered chessboard with 64 squares arranged in
                an eight-by-eight grid)
  • 410Contract bridge (Trick-taking card game using a standard deck of 52 playing cards)
  • 395Recreation (Recreational activities for enjoyment, amusement, or pleasure)
  • 375Play
  • 375Games Party games (Forms of entertainment at social gatherings)
  • 295Bowling (Indoor and outdoor sport in which players attempt to score points by rolling a bowling ball along a flat surface)
  • 250Body Massage

  • Below 200Poker (involving betting and individualistic play)
  • 180Gambling (Wagering of money or "stakes" [material value] on an event with an uncertain outcome)
  • 130Poaching elephant ivory (Illegal taking of wild plants or animals contrary to local and international conservation and
                wildlife management laws)
  •   65 – Dove hunting; squirrel hunting
  •   35 – Performing mostly illegal acts of cruelty against animals as a form of amusement: Bullfighting3,
             Dog fighting (Blood sport in which dogs are involved to attack each other)
             Cockfighting (Blood sport between two roosters held in a ring called a cockpit)
  •   30 – Prairie dog hunting

  • 160Sexual misconduct (Entering a sexual relationship with a subordinate; rankism)
  • 105Riot (Civil disorder of disorganized groups lashing out in a sudden and intense rash of violence against authority, property or people)


Source: ► D. Hawkins, Truth vs. Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, S. 106, 2005

Index: Sportarten und Spiele / Sports and hobbies – Bücher von D. Hawkins

Englische Werke

Bewusstseinswerte: Spiel – David R. Hawkins

Level of consciousness (LoC) calibrations: Play – David R. Hawkins

  • LoC 395Recreation (Recreational activities for enjoyment, amusement, or pleasure), relaxation
  • LoC 375 – Play
  • LoC 375 – Games, party games (Forms of entertainment at social gatherings)

  • LoC 120Foul play (Inappropriate or unfair act by a player as deemed by a referee)


Links zum Thema Sportarten und Spiele / Sports and hobbies


Literature (engl.)

Externe Weblinks

  • Wikipedia-Einträge Sport

External web links (engl.)

  • Wikipedia entries Sport

Audio- und Videolinks

Audio and video links (engl.)


Interne Links




1 Chinese cosmological term for the "Supreme Ultimate" state of undifferentiated absolute and infinite potentiality]]

2 Japanese term for "the Way of unifying (with) life energy" or for "the Way of harmonious spirit"

3 Outlawed in Spain beginning 2012

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