Overcoming ‘Instability in Thoughts’

Fluctuating/Instability of  thoughts is the process that involves random thoughts taking over your thinking process. Multiple thoughts keep coming up in mind, avoiding you from confining to one particular thought and make a needed decision.

Instability/fluctuation in thoughts is the basic problem for many. In the today’s busy life style, having a standard thought process is not that easy, as we involve in ‘n’ number of tasks, from waking up in the morning to sleeping at night. This continuous process of instability in thoughts results in lack of focus/concentration, loss of memory, frustration, headache out of overthinking, among others. Here is where people find ways, such as Yoga, meditation, among other well-known methods, to get away with thought fluctuation and remain focused.

This article helps you identify solution in the problem itself. Here is one more simple process through which help you overcome the problem of thought fluctuation and boost your focus.

Here it goes….Fluctuation resulting in loss of stability in thoughts, resulting in continuous diversion, restraining us from taking required decision. As the thoughts’ origin and destination are moving randomly, try filling your required thought in every other random thought your mind is generating. With this, all your random thoughts are filled with a single subject, i.e, your required subject, which you filled in everywhere. So, then overall thoughts might be in numbers, but the point/subject of focus will be one. So, finally you could stably think on one single subject that you wanted, thus overcoming instability.

Hence Proved!

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