Do you ever find yourself going to do one thing, but along the way you see something else to be done and find yourself off on another track completely? We seem to think that ‘multi-tasking’ is a good thing and that we should be able to manage doing more than one task at once.
Listen to Dandapani speak about the power we have over our minds. We allow distractions to control us and send us in all directions. Try focusing the mind on one task at a time. You are the master. You are in control. You are the creator of your life.
- Give each task you do your “undivided” attention. When you speak to someone, give them your undivided attention.
- Do one task and complete it. eg. you get ready for bed, you sleep and you get up and make that bed.
- Invest your energy wisely – who or what are you investing your energy in each day? Is this deserving of my energy? So don’t waste your energy on people or things that are of no value to you.
- Learn what to focus on – what is your purpose? Reflect on what your purpose is daily.
- Some people are ‘energy vampires’… they suck the energy right out of you! Spend your time with uplifting people – not energy vampires. Be ‘affectionately detached’, ie. be nice, be kind but do not get involved too deeply!
Mental Energy Vampires
- “Mental energy vampires” – things on your mind that are sucking away at your energy
- Everything is made up of energy, frequency and vibration (Tesla) – everything we experience sits (and vibrates) in our subconscious minds and has emotion attached to it. We can’t take it away but what we can take away is the feeling.
- Take that thing on your mind and write it on a piece of paper. It’s now coming from your subconscious mind to your conscious mind. It’s flowing through your hands to the pen onto the paper. Put feeling into it. Take that piece of paper and burn it.
- SERIOUSLY, ARE YOU REALLY SAYING I AM BURNING MY PROBLEM? …FROM BURNING A PIECE OF PAPER?
- That piece of paper should be full of emotion. Did you put feeling into writing it? Dandapani gives us a good analogy. Think about it – would you burn a card that your child made for you? … Full of love? Need I say more?