Are You Able to Concentrate?

    We live in a world of infinite stimulation, a whirlwind of information and input that can easily overwhelm us. Now more than ever it’s imperative to be able to focus and concentrate.

    We think we can multi-task, but in reality we can only focus on one thing at a time. We have, however, developed the ability to quickly switch our attention between many different things. This is a blessing and a curse. For many, the constant switching of attention has led to an inability to focus, concentrate, and go in-depth into anything. This can lead to a chronic state of feeling “scattered.”

    Meditation is a practice that develops your ability to concentrate. It is a practice of focusing your attention for a period of time. This has many benefits, some of which include increased concentration and memory, increased ability to relax and let go, and increased feelings of integration and wholeness.

    In our next post, we’ll explore a simple four-step practice to develop your concentration.

    Talk to you soon,
    Kevin Schoeninger

    P.S. If you’d like a great introduction to “The Secrets of Meditation” Click Here

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