No problem

In one of my favorite guided meditations by Sam Harris from the Waking Up app, he poses the following questions: “what if there were no problems to solve right now? How would it feel?”

If you spend a few moments thinking about these two questions, it’s possible to find yourself invoking the feeling of being care-free and calm despite whatever problems you may be dealing with at the moment. 

The fact that it’s possible to change how you feel in the midst of current circumstances is profound — it means that you don’t necessarily have to wait circumstances to change to feel better about the world around you. 

None of this is meant to suggest that we should ignoring the very real, tangible, and important problems that are present in the world.

We can and should still care about these things. 

But the insight — the point I’m trying to make — is that you are allowed to be happy while doing your best to address whatever challenges and problems come your way in life. 

Problems are like a tornado. If you step into them, you get flipped, swept, turned and twisted until you loose your reference points. You must stay grounded to solve any problem of any kind.
here's how I go about it: 
1) Focus on breathing meditation
2) Stay on schedule.
3) When I'm done with work I disconnect completely.
4) start early with physical exercise
5) sleep.
2021-05-30 11:00:35
I liked your list a lot. For some reason it motivated me a lot. It made me go take a walk this morning instead of just looking through
2021-05-30 15:04:22
 thank you for dropping by and reading it, I found that routines and meditation are best for productivity. Ping me if you want to discuss more about meditation.
2021-06-01 23:12:53