2 thoughts on “Daydreaming As Our Default Mode (And Why That’s Not Great)

  • December 3, 2011 at 1:20 pm

    I love to daydream. Daydreaming is fun, maybe you dont daydream right. I always get lots of creative ideas from daydreaming. Too many stupid studies around, dont belive everything you read.

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  • December 4, 2011 at 2:55 pm

    Hey! I used to enjoy daydreaming until I realized that daydreaming was pulling me away from my goals! I started meditating some months ago.
    For the time being, I get the more creative when I try to meditate – which shows you how beginner I am 🙂 Still, some moments, almost like a miracle I manage to disconnect from my mind and this is an amazing experience. Enough to keep me engaged in the practice!

    Thanks for pointing out the topic!
    Sahar

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