concentration

What we eat and drink has a significant impact on problem-solving, attention span and memory.
Listening is not just about what you hear around you. It's also listening to your inner voice. And it's "listening" to someone's body language and how he or she is expressing him/herself by remaining silent. Much can be heard without anyone saying a word if you are perceptive.
Self-criticism, loneliness, and uncertainty about the future are some of the biggest challenges for adolescents. This study
The journey is quite tedious No path is so defined No signs to give you confidence The Will just in your mind You know that
Troy University just installed exercise bikes in their library to sharpen students minds and bodies.
To help you and your brain get back on track I am sharing three common mistakes that derail focus and how to get back on track.
Dandapani recently shared with me three insights that can help all of us achieve greater success in the key areas of our
In meditation/contemplation, the systematic development of concentration brings access to deep inner states and insights
Early this year President Obama spoke before the Cleveland Club. After the speech 7th grader Alura Winfrey inquired, "If you could go back to the first day of your first term what advice would you give yourself?" Obama reflected for a moment and then blithely explained he would have worked harder to sell his economic policies.
When we take steps toward bettering our health, we must find the ability to concentrate on how our body moves, where we are going and what our goal is. This is mindfulness movement. The more we hone in on concentration, the more present we will be in our body, mind and soul.
Tea has been soaring in popularity, especially among those looking to boost metabolism or anyone wanting a java-free caffeine kick. Meanwhile, researchers have been exploring the possible benefits of tea for mental health and cognition.
Time for a crowd-sourced global conversation on human performance and mental fitness. Time to block bust the conventional thinking that to err is human. Or is the constantly digitally connected, multitasking, hyperactive, shifting behavior of youth heading us in another direction?
According to a 2007 article on MedScape, noise pollution can contribute to all sorts of contemporary maladies: Now it seems
The brain isn't a marvel of infinite capacity; we are, after all, only human, with all the limitations that implies.
If you consider yourself an observant person, it won't be hard for you to count how many red cards are in a stack, right
Rather than being a physical exposition, for me, hatha yoga is a way to tune myself to a higher level of functioning, where you can exist at a different level of precision outside, as well as within yourself.
A present mind is the doorway to the most powerful state of personal creation. However, to get there, each person going after their dream must be willing to self-reflect and make the necessary changes to become this new version of themselves.
This meditation in motion practice will serious up the hours per week you spend doing something useful and positive. They may even help you to be present in every situation and experience of your life. And that's the goal, isn't it?