回到当下时刻的8种方法

回到当下时刻的8种方法
图片作者 视觉恐慌.

作为人类,我们倾向于在过去或未来花费大量时间。

我们花了很多时间思考过去和将来可能发生的事情。我们花了很多时间来规划未来,并想知道会发生什么。

This way of thinking is indeed a great way to make much of 您r life a lot more miserable 和 limited than necessary.

The key to solving this problem is of course to live as much as 您 can in the only moment that 您 ever really live in 和 control.

此刻ri现在。

曾经存在的那一刻,– probably :) – will be.

除了能够减少心理痛苦之外,目前存在更多优势。这些优势包括:

  • 明晰。 当您处在当下时,您会拥有更好的专注力,事情自然就会从您体内流失。这在谈话,工作,写作或在网球场上非常有用。
  • 冷静 您会感到居中,放松,而您所做的一切都变得更加轻松。由于您未计划可能的未来或对以前的经历进行反思,因此几乎没有恐惧会阻碍您前进或前进。 worry stopping 您.
  • 积极性。 Since there is little fear, there are few negative emotions when 您 are in the present. Instead 您 move around on 情绪量表的积极部分.

现在,这听起来不错且有用。

But how can 您 step away from the thought loops that whirl back 和 forth through 您r memories 和 fantasies?

How do 您 actually return to the present moment?

这是8种方法。但是在我们找到他们之前,我想补充一下,这是一项技能。

您 will slip back into 不由自主地思考未来/过去. But the more time 和 effort 您 spend connecting with the moment the easier it gets reconnecting with it. And staying there longer.

1. Focus on what's right in front of 您.

Or around 您. Or on 您. Use 您r senses.

Just look at what's right in front of 您 right now (besides 您r laptop/phone 和 我的博客). Listen to the sounds around 您. Feel the fabric of 您r clothes 和 focus on how they feel.

在过去的三天里,黑暗的冬天似乎已经把我们留在了瑞典。一直都是晴朗的天空和阳光。

因此,我一直在利用皮肤上意想不到的阳光和温暖与时刻重新联系。

2. Focus on 您r breathing.

Take a couple of dozen belly breaths 和 just focus 您r mind on 您r inhaling 和 exhaling. This will align 您 with the present moment once again.

3. Focus on 您r inner body.

This is a bit similar to focusing on 您r breathing. In both examples 您 focus on what's inside 您 rather than the outside.

什么是内在的身体?

Well, I guess 您 could say it is energy inside of 您r body. How 您r body feels from the inside.

A practical way to do this just to focus on 您r hand. To just put 您r focus there 和 feel how the hand feels to 您 和 how the energy is flowing through it.

Yeah, this suggestion may sound a bit weird to the mind. But if 您 actually try it a few times 您'll probably find that inner energy within 您r hand.

4.从现在的人们那里得到共鸣。

如果您知道某个人比大多数人都在场,那么您可以选择他/她的在场氛围(就像您可以从别人那里获得积极性或热情一样)。

If 您 don't know someone like that I recommend listening to/watching cds/dvds by Eckhart Tolle. His books work too. But cds / dvd比书籍更好 振作起来 因为交流的最大部分是语音调性和肢体语言。

5.屈服于已经存在的情感。

容易陷入旧记忆循环。您可能想远离它们,但是那里的一种双色球诗谜汇总使它们一遍又一遍。

So 您 need to decrease the power that feeling has over 您. And 您 don't do it by fighting it. 您 do it by surrendering to it.

The feeling is a loop within 您r mind that 您 are feeding with more energy by resisting it. When 您 accept the feeling then 您 stop feeding it 和 it vanishes.

Here's how 您 it:

对这种双色球诗谜汇总说是。

投降并让它进入。在没有标记或判断的情况下观察您的身心双色球诗谜汇总。如果你放进去–对我来说,这种双色球诗谜汇总通常似乎会物理定位在我的胸部中央–然后观察一两分钟,双色球诗谜汇总就消失了。

As 您 can see, this way is similar to ones above. 它们都是关于观察。

6.第一次见事物。

This one pretty similar to the first way. But it can be useful when 您 have a hard time just observing 您r surroundings.

That's when 您 can look at things as for the first time. Imagine it like that, take that role.

就像以前从未经历过的人一样。就像一个孩子或从未来过这里的人。

我喜欢这个,而且我已经不时地做了很多年(尽管那时我并不真正理解为什么当我这样做时双色球诗谜汇总很好)。

注意:这最后两种方法当然不是重新连接当前的最佳方法 我不是真的推荐他们. They aren't that healthy (especially in the long run). But they work to some degree. It's up to 您 if 您 want to try them.

7. Punch 您r leg.

Try punching 您r leg. Or pinching 您r arm. Or have someone else do it.

And focus on that sensation to quickly bring 您rself back to the moment.

8.喝一两杯啤酒。

现在是星期五,所以我想我要把这个包括在内。

这可能是连接时刻的最常用方法(至少在周末)。您可能已经说过或听说过,下班后喝一两杯啤酒是一件很不错的事。

这是什么优势?

I think it's the clutter of thoughts that can run around in 您r mind after a long 和 busy week at work.

The alcohol quiets down these thoughts (and the decreases the number of thoughts in 您r mind). And 您 feel more relaxed.

您 don't think about the past or future as much. 您 just enjoy 您r beer 和 the company. 您 enjoy the moment.

喝几杯啤酒–或真的喝醉了– can remove the past or future from 您r mind.

它可以增加平静和积极的双色球诗谜汇总。但是,它使清晰性不在窗外。 :)

因此,除了喝酒对健康的影响外,这也不是目前理想的生活方式。 Use it at 您r own risk.

或者只是尝试一些更健康有效的技术。

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  • 谢谢先生

  • 法案

    喝酒真的是个坏建议。

  • 吉米迪

    托勒(Tolle)将酒精的使用称为酒精。“lower”意识水平,而不是“higher” level which is preferred, I have found that drinking a few beers or a glass of wine has helped me experience a mind-less state nonetheless, which I feel can be used as a stepping stone to the preferred 更高 state.

    听音乐似乎也阻止了思想的自动流动,除非这些歌曲引发了过去的回忆。

    好贴。

  • Smerdis

    太棒了!谢谢

  • 周杰伦

    很棒的文章。一世’我现在正在读Eckhart Tolle的《 New Earth》&这篇文章真的很相关。

    提示#8令我沮丧。这正是我上周五在必须参加的活动中所做的。当我感到紧张和紧张时’m in large crowds &我只需要喝一杯啤酒就能使我的神经平静一些。我脑海里的声音平静了..但我不会’不能推荐给有能力的人’不要停在一个。一杯太多&我们可能会在重要事件中开始表现愚蠢。那’给我们更多后悔的事情&想第二天!

  • 帕斯帕图

    啊,说起来容易做起来难!

    到处都有,但在互联网上到处都有,每个人都在谈论“living now”!

    嘿,人们,不要伪造它,不要假装拥有它!

    除此之外,不能按照说明进行操作!算了吧!

    成为谈论话题“the now”.. dont try to get it! as long as 您 do, 您 wont get it, anyway!

    干杯!

    • 纳米

      帕斯帕图所说的完全正确。您’不要以为在场而在场。它’s a state of mind….and if 您’re thinking about it…you’re not really in it.

      when 您 are really present, 您 don’甚至不在乎这个东西。