MENTAL TRAPS ANDRE KUKLA PDF

Or living for the future, not for today? When it comes to our daily lives, we often laugh off habits like procrastination as being human nature and just resolve to approach things differently next time. Either way, it takes up a lot of our mental energy. He then outlines eleven common mental traps, such as persistence, fixation, acceleration, procrastination and regulation. Devoting a chapter to each, he provides simple examples to help us to identify mental traps in our own thinking — and to recognize why it would be beneficial to change our ways. Our anxiety, our dissatisfaction, our disappointment — these are often the consequences of thinking about the world the wrong way.

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Ever find yourself putting off even relatively minor tasks because of the many other little jobs that youd have to tackle first? Or living for the future, not for today? When it comes to our daily lives, we often laugh off habits like procrastination as being human nature and just resolve to approach things differently next time. Either way, it takes up a lot of our mental energy. He then outlines eleven common mental traps, such as persistence, fixation, acceleration, procrastination and regulation.

Devoting a chapter to each, he provides simple examples to help us to identify mental traps in our own thinking — and to recognize why it would be beneficial to change our ways. Our anxiety, our dissatisfaction, our disappointment — these are often the consequences of thinking about the world the wrong way. How is arriving at the airport too early a symptom of a life never fully lived? Again, what can seem to be a very inconsequential habit can actually signal bigger, more detrimental problems in our ways of thinking.

Just as Buddhism, from which the author has drawn many of his ideas, teaches that we should perform all of our acts mindfully, Kukla suggests that we make a conscious effort to step back, clear our minds, and simply observe how our thoughts develop. By doing so, we will begin to recognize unproductive patterns in our own thinking, and then we can try to avoid them. From the Hardcover edition.

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This amazing book is popular in all world by advises how to improve life and what are our main mistakes. Persistence Have you catch yourself by continuation of the work on what has already lost its value? Of course, when you started, it was very important, but during fulfilment it became unneccessary — its significance and meaning disappeared before you finish it. Kukla gives a curious example: sitting down to play monopoly, we are interested, excited, but at times, long before the end, it all disappears and we finish the game by inertia. The problem is that society considers persistence as a virtue.

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