Tag Archives: Concentration

Regaining Focus

One of the well-known and oft-documented side effects of dealing with the loss of close family members is loss of mental focus.  You just can’t get it together to read anything or make anything.  In fact, your risk of accidents … Continue reading

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Off the Grid

I am sitting on the balcony of an apartment that overlooks the sea.  A gentle breeze is wafting over me, the sun is shining, there are white puffy clouds in the sky and I am watching the sailing boats gliding … Continue reading

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Concentration and Distraction

There are so many distractions, today, that distraction seems to be the default state for most human interactions.  We never focus or concentrate like we used to.  Instead, there are phones, televisions, social networks, instant messengers and emails constantly interrupting … Continue reading

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Immersed in the Flow Zone

One of my favourite feelings, when I am painting, playing music, soldering electronic components, debugging software or writing a piece, is that feeling of being completely self-contained and apart from the rest of the world.  I love that feeling of … Continue reading

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