deniska wrote:LetsFlyaKite wrote:If you want to see how high you're jumping just open up your eyes and look, if you're jumping higher you will know because you are higher off the ground. You don't need a machine to tell you this.
Your eye will often lie to you..
It always feels more dramatic from first person's view than from the ground.
Makes it hard to objectively compare yourself with others.
This is why many people get disappointed seeing their actual woo readings for the first time...
My eyes don't lie to me, when I make a small jump I know it's small, I don't walk around the beach afterward like i'm the king of the air, I go and try to jump higher. When I make a medium jump, I know it's medium. Why? Because I can see that's it's medium. I don't tell myself I have made a massive air leap.
I think a major problem with a lot of people is they are so ambitious to go as high as they can, and when they do all that hard work to be the best and to get the highest, they start telling themselves that they've succeeded, they're distorted views and ways of thinking tells them that they've broke a record. When in reality they have been jumping like a normal person on the water.
Or you can buy the woo. You don't trust yourself, so you need a machine to tell you you're jumping high. Well guess what? The woo is wrong too, so you either have to have someone tell you how high you've jumped, or snap out of your fantasy land thinking that you are the king of the air, and start being honest with yourself.