You’ve probably had moments like these. Waiting for your computer to boot up, you silently fret over what to do with the jury summons that arrived in the morning mail. Or, trapped in your car during the freeway rush hour, you see with inner resentment at all those other motorists ruining your commute. Or, after 20 minutes standing in line at the bank only to end up at the wrong window, you replay in your mind the nasty exchange you had with the teller. These are “voice in your head” moments. They are not productive, and they probably do your health mischief by driving up your blood pressure. They are also small examples of what this book is about: how to make your life more fulfilling by learning how to manage your attention skills. At first glance, it may sound absurd to assign so much importance to something so seemingly mundane. But in fact, attention is the most critical human resource. It is the basis of your spirituality. It has to do with how effectively you are connected with your intuition and whether you can put it to beneficial use. It has a lot to do with fully exercising your intelligence. It has everything to do with whether you blossom with creativity.
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