It turns out the key to controlling a free fall is very simple: You have to relax.
The problem is, it’s not in our human nature to jump out of airplane at 13,000 feet falling 120 miles per hour.
We tense up when the stakes get high.
That’s the moment.
We can learn to manage the risk we face, the uncertainty life presents by loosening up and going along with the ride, not fighting it.
Fighting gravity is a losing battle.