Whatís the point of meditating?

Written by graham and julie


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Simple just give yourself five minutes a day. Just five minutes every morning to be with yourself and concentrate onrepparttar successful you.

If you really want to change your life give yourself five minutes every day to:

focus on your strengths. focus on successful thoughts. focus on fulfilling your commitments. focus on encouraging others. focus on delivering what you promised.

If you canít squeeze five minutes into your schedule spend five minutes with yourself onrepparttar 143929 bus, train or inrepparttar 143930 traffic jam. Just give yourself five minutes.

When you start you will not be able to concentrate and will find your mind wandering all overrepparttar 143931 place. Donít worry about this. Itís natural. Itís like learning to walk. You couldnít do that immediately. It just takes practice.

The more you practice. The more you devote five minutes of your time to yourself,repparttar 143932 easier it will become.

Itís like everything else in this world. You get a return of what you give. The more you give yourselfrepparttar 143933 higherrepparttar 143934 return.

Thatísrepparttar 143935 point of meditating. You improve your concentration skills, you gradually become at one with yourself andrepparttar 143936 world. And you know what you want out of life and how to achieve it.

Good Luck.

Graham and Julie www.desktop-meditation.com



To improve your intuition, initiative and energy levels. Please go to: www.desktop-meditation.com Itís free.


Solve Problems Using A Word List

Written by Steve Gillman


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As with most problem-solving techniques, it's important to allow ideas to flow without judging them initially. Don't stiflerepparttar creative process. Evaluate your ideas later, when you're done with this part.

The Problem Solving Word List

You can create your own list of words. Use adjectives, descriptive phrases, and words that can change your perspective. These could includerepparttar 143830 following:

What if it was... larger, smaller, farther away, closer, sooner, later, easier, more difficult, higher, fat, rich, short, black, certain, hopeless, newer, boring, casual, subtracted from, cheaper, common, divided, more interesting, extravagant, subtle, or fun?

Steve Gillman has been studying brainpower enhancement, creative problem solving, and related topics for years. You can visit his website, and subscribe to his free Mind Power Course, at: http://www.IncreaseBrainPower.com/mind-power.html


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