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Mental traps of our mind

Mental traps is the “thumb” and the usual ways in which painfully and avail moves our thought, burning incredible amounts of our time, sucking the energy and not creating any value neither for us nor for anyone.

1. Persistence.
The first of mental traps. Do not confuse persistence with stubbornness. Its essence lies in the fact that we continue the work, which is obviously doomed to failure or does not give us the former pleasure. We do something that has long been irrelevant, and can not stop, because “we need to finish” or “well, do not throw the same.” A foolish waste of time and energy.
Examples: Watch an uninteresting movie. Want to stop doing anything but not know what to do instead.

2. Amplification.
This is the mental trap that we find ourselves in when we put more effort into achieving the goal than necessary, as if trying to kill a fly with a sledgehammer – perfectionism.
Examples: Do something without a purpose. Memorize your speech.

3. Fixation.
When fixing our progress to the goal is blocked. We can not start or continue the business started until we wait for a phone call, permission, shipment of raw materials, inspiration. Instead of turning to other cases, we remain in limbo until we can continue to work on the same project again.
Examples: keep an Eye on the clock for how long before an appointment. Do something to keep you busy.

4. Reversion.
Sometimes it becomes apparent that our plans have clearly failed. Game over, we lost, time’s up. The consequences of failure can be daunting, but there is nothing to be done, but if at this stage we are still concerned about the same problem, then we are trapped in reversion. When reversion we are endeavoring to alter an irreversible past.
Examples: to be Ashamed that we have not achieved the goal. Talk about what would happen if we won.

5. Advance.
Anticipation is a mental trap that we fall into when we start too early. When we are ahead of events, we often recycle and work for nothing, when the same result can be achieved with greater ease
Examples: to Prepare several variants of one letter, report. Start to solve the problem without getting all the conditions, tasks.

6. Stubbornness.
Sometimes it happens that we are required to change the course of our actions – even if we are already busy doing something quite useful or pleasant. The doorbell rings the moment we get to the most interesting place in the movie we’re watching. Or the alarm goes off and we don’t want to get up. In all these cases, there comes a time when you need to switch your attention. But if at this point in time and space we continue to cling stubbornly to previous occupations, then we fall into the trap of resistance.
Resistance is a disease of “a little more”. Unwillingness to change course of action, under the influence of external circumstances.
Examples: Immerse yourself in the game so much that you forget about everything else. Cost plans and then be forced to adjust them.

7. Protraction.
It often happens that we have definitely decided on some business, but it is difficult for us to start it. We put off for later, come up with insignificant things in order to postpone the performance of unpleasant duties. Our mind simply refuses to get right to the point. Tightening, it is also “procrastination” – one of the biggest problems in business and life.
Examples: Link some cases to others and make them dependent on each other. Make promises to yourself and others. Hesitate.

8. Division.
We fall into the mental trap of separation when we try to do two things at the same time. We’re talking with someone, listening with half an ear, while in my mind trying to solve the financial problem, not giving us rest.
Attention is indivisible by definition. To work means to work, to communicate means to communicate. When we think about work in conversation and when we think about communication at work, all we do is think.
Examples: Be in the present, but think about the future and the past. Have sex and think about the color of the ceiling.

Our personality is subject to absolutely all mental traps, some more, some less, because it is formed by our ego–mind.
And until you get rid of the control of this ego-mind, the traps will arise again and again.

Do not be afraid that getting rid of the control of the ego-mind, you will become unclear who, on the contrary, you will become free, including from any mental debris and traps.

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