September 20


Stop Thinking, Pay Attention

By Staff Writer

brain, brain fitness, brain health

We are often overwhelmed by impulsive and unclear thoughts that have the ability to cause nervousness and confusion in us throughout the day. We spend so much time focusing on these unproductive thoughts, that we often use them as dogmas and refrain from paying attention to ideas that truly matter. By realizing how interconnected we are as individuals, you can open your vision to see what is right in front of you that was going unnoticed before.

Key Takeaways:

  • We need to learn to limit the influence of the conscious ?Little Me? in our heads that weighs down our minds by making us preoccupied with our own thoughts.
  • Existence is a massively complex and interconnected thing, and understanding of that existence comes from observation, not thought.
  • Thinking provides us with a subjective, narrow perspective on a wide reality that exists independent of and outside our thought streams.

“Those of us who can read need only open a book for the words to become thoughts in our minds.”

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Our staff writers come from various backgrounds in the neuroscience, personal development, brain science and psychology fields. Many started out as with us as contributors!

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