Learning to Deal with Distractions

I have learned a lot by working with control of my senses.  I have noticed, for example, that when I get distracted by something enticing, I can dwell on it and develop a desire for it, or I can refocus my attention on my intended activity.  Many times, when I simply redirect my attention, no desire develops.  There is no repression if I consciously focus on that which is more important to me – usually, the distraction just drops away.

2017-11-09T23:31:58+00:00 November 9th, 2017|0 Comments

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