A Clear Mind

I love this quote from Sin-Yaw Wang -- "Meditation first clears your mind. It then allows you to think on one subject, or to plan on one project. With a clear mind, you don't need to write your thoughts down. You remember them." Very nice. I'm just trying to imagine life without a to-do list. Wonderful.
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Wonderful indeed.

I find myself doing that sometimes, thinking about something complex, not writing anything down, and remembering it perfectly well. Except of course those times are the exception. The rest of the time, I'm just shuffling between scraps of writings on scraps of paper. Not fun.

Posted by Christopher Mahan on November 26, 2006 at 09:26 AM JST #

Yep. Me, too. Just trying to make those "exceptions" the rule ... :)

Posted by Jim Grisanzio on November 26, 2006 at 01:37 PM JST #

For me the act of meditation allows you to separate the mind from reality and emotional irrationality and examine things objectively, therefore providing perspective on what really is important to do.

Posted by Jeremy Barnish on November 28, 2006 at 01:18 AM JST #

Hey, Jeremy. Boy, I'd like to separate from reality and emotional irrationality, that's for sure. :) I totally agree that meditation can be a nice focusing factor, too. I meditate as much as I can but probably not as much as I should.

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