by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi
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These questions were answered with the Experience Sampling Method (ESM)
6. Dharana : holding on, is the ability to concentrate for long periods on a single stimulus and thus is the mirror image of the earlier stage of pratyahara.
7. Dhyana: one learns to forget the self in uninterrupted concentration that no longer needs the external stimuli of the preceding phase.
8. Samadhi : self collectedness, when the meditator and the object of meditation become as one.
1. Unselfconscious self assurance: the recognition that one's goals may have to be subordinated to a greater entity.
2. Focusing attention on the world: Concentrate on the internal disorder: but by paying attention to what is happening around oneself instead, the destructive effects of stress are lessened.
3. Discovery of new solutions:
a. Focus attention on the obstacles to achieving one's goals and then move them out of the way, thereby restoring harmony in consciousness.
b. To discover whether alternative goals may not be more appropriate and thus find different solutions possible.
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