my attention span is fucked up & i cant concentrate on anything. i am in a constant state of confusion & have a hard time making up my mind. even deciding what to do in my free time is something i am unable to do. Is there a way out of this ? i feel like my mind is rotting.
>>1166 I guess you are in the early 20s nvm it's a phase of life, most people go through this phase, now follow these steps. Step 1-stay away from chan sites don't ask such questions on banter sites like this most people will troll u so u can prefer Reddit there are a lot of subreddits for self-improvement and dealing with depression. step2- visit a psychological counselor they are the professional ones who deal with such problems step3- Practise Yoga & Meditation pranayama also helps research on sound healing it helps. I am telling you because I was also in a similar stage as u. good luck on your journey anon.
>>1169 It was hard for me ngl but meditation/yoga/pranayama daily early morning helped me and walking is compulsory. I started practising sound healing as well now I have recovered.
>>1171 Psychological counseling helps to adress the situation they help to tackle it I would suggest to visit higly qualified one with experience.
>>1166 Its karma, working on u. Doesn't matter with how much force you try something new youll keep falling back into old cycle Karma, a yogis guide. Ye padhle this will help in breaking the cycle
>>1166 >my attention span is fucked up & i cant concentrate on anything. Attention span is something that's built overtime, in fact if you feel like this lack of attention span of yours is impacting your life, you should try to make an active effort to ensure that you increase it. Some tips - Drink water, a lack of water in your body can result in drowsiness and thereby not being able to focus. Get some exercise in - Doesn't need to be too rigorous, 10-20 mins of jogging with some walking will do. Basic calisthenics are preferred too. Force yourself to read everyday - This is very important. In order to improve your attention span, pick a slightly dense book (nothing too over the top) and start off by reading for 5 mins, completely uninterrupted. Then read for 10 mins, go for 20, etc The aim here is to make your brain indulge in what is a slightly intense intellectual activity but nothing too intense to the point where your attention starts to waver. Notice that the time isn't what you should be tracking, but the reading material itself. So keep an alarm/stopwatch to notify you of the fact that a certain interval has passed by. Do these three things and your attention span should improve, imo. >i am in a constant state of confusion & have a hard time making up my mind. Honestly this is more along the lines of the fact that you don't have a long term goal. For instance, someone who wants to have an ideal body with 10% bf wil probably go to the gym to get ripped or get some cardio. Someone who wants good grades will want to study. Someone who has no long term goals will find it difficult to work on something, because they've literally got no reason to work. Why would they, when they have subconciously convinced themselves that nothing is there to work upon? So get some long term goal and work on it. >even deciding what to do in my free time is something i am unable to do. Realize this one truth anon, there is no 'free' time. Everything, and I mean EVERYTHING you do has a consequence. The time you ascertain as free is because of the fact that you have no overarching directives at the moment. But this is a wrong way of thinking, you need to realize that all the time you have comes with a price. Your lack of action will heavily inhibit you in the long run. We don't want that. What we want to do is to make the best use of our time. Find out what makes you work and makes you motivated. For some it may be art, for some reading. Realize that this must be productive. Don't wait for work to come to you. Do your own work. Be your own boss. Take care.
>>1194 >Honestly this is more along the lines of the fact that you don't have a long term goal. YES YES !! i think about this alot , its so weird that i have nothing that i want to work towards. most people have something they desperately want to have/achieve & they fucking work on it. i have none of that. i go from one day to the next dreading work & when i reach home i feel like i have paid some due that was necessary. >Realize this one truth anon, there is no 'free' time. Everything, and I mean EVERYTHING you do has a consequence. The time you ascertain as free is because of the fact that you have no overarching directives at the moment. But this is a wrong way of thinking, you need to realize that all the time you have comes with a price. Your lack of action will heavily inhibit you in the long run. i am painfully aware of it. i am 23 though ...to late to make any significant change in my life.
>>1166 Fix yourself before it's too late yaar. I didn't, and I fucked up my life. I hope you are able to fix your bad habits and don't end up like me