Meditation is very effective at helping to develop problem solving skills. Too often, decisions can be clouded by emotions, negative associations from our past, and biases. Clearing the mind with meditation practice allows you to approach problems more neutrally and see all of the puzzle pieces more clearly and accurately.
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- The problem
In modern life there are constant problems we need to solve. From which tube to catch, to who’s going to babysit the kids on Saturday night, or what on earth you’re going to cook for dinner. Most jobs place further demands on our problem-solving abilities. And the more stressed or tired you are, the harder problems are to work out. Some seem insolvable. Others zap so much mental energy they leave us good for nothing else.
The sheer volume of challenges that come our way means we’re becoming ever more overwhelmed. This of course adds to our stress levels making things worse.
In the age of instant communications and portable technology, we are expected to immediately respond with answers and solutions.
But the irony is, all this build-up of demand, and the ever increasing complexity in our world, is inhibiting our ability to come up with good ideas, let alone amazing ones.
- How it affects you
- How can Beeja meditation help?
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“No problem can be solved from the same level of consciousness that created it.”