Whenever we feel lost or overwhelmed by something, often we seek distraction. It's like a mechanism for procrastination. Sometimes it feels impossible to avoid. I would know, sometimes writing here is that distraction for me. But nevertheless, distraction is something we can only overcome unless we mindfully, intentionally, attack it head on. First, ask yourself a few questions. Sense the triggers that occur for you.
Why are you distracted?
What are you trying to avoid, if anything?
Do you feel lost? What are the root causes that feeling?
Are you doing yourself any favours?
Is this distraction helping your purpose?
(I'll re-visit the idea of 'purpose' down the track)
Lately I've forgotten to check in with myself and see how I am. By just pondering a few questions, you can completely remove your distraction. Or, paradoxically, remove an un-constructive distraction and replace it with a useful one.
Check in with yourself. See how you're going.
You might be surprised by the answer you receive.
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