Your Dose of Inspiration!

It has been estimated that we have about 60,000 thoughts per day and most are nothing more than habitual or redundant thoughts that enter our mind on a daily basis. But why let the same ideas and patterns cycle through our mind? Choose your thoughts — most of the time we don’t — it’s easier and acceptable by many to run on ‘autopilot’. The only time you are conscious is in the present. While in the present moment your thoughts are at the highest level capable of being. If you often find yourself living in the past or perhaps future “Can Be’s” it can be compared to being on the ‘Merry-go-mind stream’. A constant swirling and whirling of thoughts anywhere but in the present. While in this state your thoughts are at the lowest state they can be via http://bit.ly/2eAOiKL

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Abhishek Shah

Abhishek Shah

Nomad | Early Stage Investor | Wannabe Anthropologist | Technology Evangelist | Curious, Inquisitive & Experimental Entrepreneur

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