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NOTHING CAN DISTURB YOUR INNER PEACE WITHOUT OUR CONSENT
Good morning spiritual explorers of the physical world.
Today's post is a reminder to keep a level head and your focus on your goals and priorities.
Your mind is an ultimate, #stateoftheart reality bending machine with features we have yet to finish cataloging.
Like most high power machines, it requires #constant , #careful and #conscious supervision.
Also, like many #highperformance technology, proper #maintenance is #crucial for the proper functioning of the mind. This process of taking care of your reality bender tool involves simple, but frequent tasks that vary in necessity and efficiency depending on the situation and the person, but they all benefit the overall performance of anyone.
These tasks include:
• writing down ideas and events - like a computer with too many files, your brain can and will get overloaded from time to time. Writing things down acts similar to saving your work and closing the program, freeing ram power for the tasks at hand. When writing , you are solidifying ideas in 3 different levels of the brain - 1 you organize the thoughts in an expressible fashion, 2 you are expressing said thought in a way that you now have it "saved" in both the understanding and relaying info sections of the brain, 3 your brain is aware it has it written
•Keeping an active hobby - from reading to sports to arts, taking on any frequent hobby or craft in which you need to hone your skills by practice will keep your mind's ability to #learn up to date
•Meditate - a little less on the mechanical side, meditating will discipline your mind and make it easier to focus on a single objective. It will also help re-process information taken, making it easier to discern and understand both a whole picture about the environment and particularities about yourself.
• venting and talking in general - as social beings we were made and meant to stay #connected . Like a cell phone that requires updates, so are we, dependant on others to bounce ideas and take #feedback . Not to mention that just having someone to "report a problem" is already undescribably helpful to the emotional (sofware) part of the mind