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What Is Flow State?

What Is Flow State?

A state of consciousness where you can do any task effortlessly is the flow state

A scientist analyzing data whole night is in a flow state. A topper studying all day is in flow state.

Flow State can be described as addiction to work.

You lose the track of time, hunger and even the sense of identity when you are in such a state. It's just magic!

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How To Enter Flow State

How To Enter Flow State

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A daydreamer who's really into psychology, philosophy & novels.

I have been struggling to be a good student like I was before 2020. It's been an year since I am figuring out how to do that and this is what I learnt in my journey. The video mentioned provided me with a cue to write these ideas

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