Patricia Omoqui: Are your listening skills worse than you think? Three ways to find out

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3 Responses

  1. Hephzibah says:

    Nice one. Though I’m wondering, in the process of ‘quieting’ once mind, choosing to focus and letting one’s thought to pass by, isn’t ALL that distracting in itself???

  2. cheche says:

    Or more to the point doesn’t that obstruct the entire purpose?

  3. Patricia Omoqui says:

    Learning to quiet one’s mind is a skill that requires practice. It does feel difficult at first because very few of us are good at total focus in the moment. We have let our minds take control of us rather than learning to master our minds so it is a tool we use in our lives. At first, like anything new, it takes extra effort and feels hard. With time, quieting one’s mind feels easier and becomes more natural. Try this for 30 days and see.