Cultivate your mind. Boredom is something we allow and hold control over
Bring the Joy of Reading Books Back Into Your Life
12 Recommended books for October
Sculpture the mind the same way you want to sculpture your body.
It’s almost the same as sculpturing rock into statue for it would take at lease 16 months
So starts sculpturing your mind read
Simple Ways to Overcome Boredom
Everyone at one time or another has experienced some degree of boredom. Children are usually the quickest to say “I’m bored,” but as adults, we experience our share, too.
Don’t you sometimes wonder why you feel bored? It may be a feeling of laziness, exhaustion, or even a lack of mental stimulation.
Whatever the case may be, we all want to keep our mind and body at its peak. We also want to be an active player in our own lives. When we’re feeling bored, neither of these needs is being met.
However, with a bit of creativity, there’s no reason why you ever need to experience boredom!
Here are some simple suggestions to help you conquer boredom and liven things up:
Read. This sounds rather obvious, doesn’t it? Well, it is! But it’s often the simplest ideas that are the most powerful.
Reading is a wonderful activity for the mind that can transport you into another time, place or situation. With so many genres to choose from, reading can be most interesting and even intoxicating.
Boredom is something we allow and hold control over. By actively using our mind, boredom won’t be a concern again. Try expanding and cultivating your mind by taking a day trip to a museum, going to an art exhibit, or seeing a play.
If you’ve never been an avid reader, it’s possible that you simply haven’t found the right book. Experiment until you find the one that gets you hooked. You can also explore audio books and podcasts to keep your mind busy.
No one enjoys being bored, but thankfully there are countless ways to overcome boredom and get our mind and body active again. Use these tips to get you started, and enjoy a myriad of wonderful benefits in the process
Create the time to read. It might be 20 minutes before bed or during your lunch hour. We feel like we don’t have the time because we over-schedule our lives, watch too much TV, and spend too much time surfing the Internet. Let go of some of that stuff and read instead. Make reading a habit by doing it regularly.
When you’re reading, only read. This isn’t a time for one eye on the book and the other eye on the television set. If you’re going to get the most out of it, then really commit to what you’re doing. Just read during your reading time.
Avoid thinking that you must finish every book you start. We have to suffer through some things in our lives that are less than exciting, but your books don’t have to be one of those things
12 books for October
1: BEYOND RELIGION: ETHICS FOR A WHOLE WORLD BY DALAI LAMA
2: NO ONE UNDERSTANDS YOU AND WHAT TO DO ABOUT IT BY HEIDI GRANT HALVORSON
3: ANXIOUS: USING THE BRAIN TO UNDERSTAND AND TREAT FEAR AND ANXIETY BY JOSEPH LEDOUX
4: HATCHING TWITTER BY NICK BILTON
5: THE MAGIC OF THINKING BIG BY DAVID J. SCHWARTZ, PH. D.
6: INFLUENCE: THE PSYCHOLOGY OF PERSUASION BY ROBERT B. CIALDINI
7: COMPELLING PEOPLE: THE HIDDEN QUALITIES THAT MAKE US INFLUENTIAL BY JOHN NEFFINGER & MATTHEW KOHUT
8: FAST FOOD NATION BY ERIC SCHLOSSER
9: KING OF CAPITAL: THE REMARKABLE RISE, FALL, AND RISE AGAIN OF STEVE SCHWARZMAN AND BLACKSTONE BY DAVID CAREY
10: CROSSING THE CHASM BY GEOFFREY A. MOORE
11: COSMOS BY CARL SAGAN
12: ANTHROPOLOGY BY CAROL EMBER, MELVIN EMBER & PETER PEREGRINE
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