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Find Your Meditation

Find Your Meditation

Thoughts in the brain need organisation. This is possible when you spend time with yourself. Meditation can be any activity that boosts control over the mind. It can include painting, singing, cooking or even hiking.

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Churn Like A Cow

Churn Like A Cow

Cows usually eat food in a go. Then they tend to bring the food from their stomach back into their mouth and chew it again for better digestion.

Same way, one can sit idel and stop every rubbish thought and plant in revision points to think of by memorizing and active recall.

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Change The Direction

Change The Direction

A spark can light a bonfire/ ignite wildfire....depending on the place of origin.

Understand the sequence of thoughts at all times going on in your head, to focus them on more productive ones.

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How To Convert Overthinking Into Superpower?

How To Convert Overthinking Into Superpower?

Overthinking has usually been insulted to be the most useless trait of a human. But in this writeup I would be mentioning points to convert this weakness into strength.

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Grab the Idle Time

Grab the Idle Time

Monitor the times throughout the day when you tend to overthink. Once you start overthinking.....remind yourself the list as previously made and pick the points that were urgent & important to chew upon.

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Nobody Will Tell You This

Nobody Will Tell You This

When Arjuna(from Mahabharatha) was asked what he saw when he shot the bird....he said he just saw the eye.

The most successful people often never think of things that are irrelevant or not under their control.

They either eliminate it...

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Overthinking When Unproductive

Overthinking When Unproductive

The food for the brain decides the outcome of the success one shall deserve.

Our unproductive time influences the productive hours in the day.

So, if the choice of unproductive thoughts we process can have a major impact, then choose wisely.

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Useless Noting

Useless Noting

1. Make a note of all the things being processed in your mind at a time.

2. Then mark the points which are neither urgent nor important.

3. These points will form a part of useless noting.....which you don't have to think upon before completing existi...

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Pro Tips

Pro Tips

1. Start and end the day with productive thoughts.

2. Make time for thinking about self care & self improvement.

3. Stop thinking about people, otherwise what will they think?! ;)

4. Fall in the 1% successful club categ...

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phantomking

Success will introduce you to the world....but failure will introduce the world to you.

If you don't overthink....you are not human.

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Reading The Mind During Mindfulness Meditation

Extensive experimentation recording more than 2000 brain patterns per person led to certain insights which were not possible before.

  1. Meditators had the maximum amount of time paying attention to their breath.
  2. A feeling or even the warmth of the heart can be the center of foc...

Practice Meditation

Practice Meditation

This may allow your mind to let go of interrupting thoughts and get centered on one thing. Consider sitting quietly in a place for three to five minutes a day. Close your eyes and count to 34. T...

We find old routines comfortable

We find old routines comfortable

Habits are comfortable. When we're stressed out, we tend to fall back on our old habits for two reasons:

  • The brain likes to know what is going to happen next. Routines are situations that have occurred often enough that you know exactly how events will unfold.

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