MKE Week 14 – Time Boundary

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When my retirement has brought about no time restraints on the control of my thoughts, they tend to go to the past and how I should have changed that event or confrontation with another person or the future and plan an outcome.

I go off task and have to continue to bring myself back to reality. I find the subconscious taking over and my body putting the clean dishes away or etc.

I guess when I want to create a solution or design something I should find pencil and paper or an easy chair and a timer to bring myself into conscious clarity. Then, relax and start to create. If the timer goes off I check to see if I am on task creating and reset the timer if I need it.

Keep doing sits! Controlling my thoughts is important so I do not waste my time. Any other suggestions from the readers?

Learn to keep the door shut, keep out of your mind and out of your world, every element that seeks admittance with no definite helpful end in view.  George Matthew Adams

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