The Benefits of Consternation Are Better Memory

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The sound waves are collected at one point and then directed towards the man

If you want to speak to a man at a distance, you will be better heard if you make a funnel of your hand and speak. The sound waves are collected at one point and then directed towards the man. Likewise, if collected the dissipated rays of the mind and focus them at a pint, the concentrated mind will serve as a potent search light too find out the treasures of the soul.  

You all would have heard about the Laser beam which today is used for major surgeries in addition to other applications. Laser is nothing but a focused beam of light it is so powerful it can cut even diamonds.

The benefits of consternation are better memory, higher productivity and a sharp intellect

When you concentrate you mind in a focused manner, like in Meditation, the mind’s normal tendencies of vacillation is arrested and this brigs in the much-needed clarity of mind. The benefits of consternation are better memory, higher productivity and a sharp intellect.

You are perhaps even unaware that you are hungry or thirsty

For instance, when you read a story / comic or watch a cricket match TV with profound interest, you do not hear the noise from outside or the sweet fragrance around you. You are perhaps even unaware that you are hungry or thirsty. You must build such a deep level concentration when you prepare for your examinations and when you offer your prayers. It is purely a mental process and if you develop it from can young age; you can achieve anything in life.     

Presence of mind-Can be learnt by forming the habit of self-control

`Lose their heads’ means keeping cool and collecting in a sudden emergency. It is the opposite, not of absent- mindedness, but of `losing one’s head.’ The word mind in this phrase means reason; and so a man who has presence of mind in danger is one who has such control over his nerves and feelings that his reasons is not upset, but still directs his actions. People who, as we say, `lose their heads’ in an emergency, or are so overcome with such strong emotions as fear, anxiety or excitement that their reasons is for a time in abeyance, or `absent,’ and in consequence they do and say foolish things in their haste and fright.     

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