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How to have a Clear Mind

In a given day, we think between 50-60,000 thoughts.

And over 90% are the same thoughts, over and over, day after day. And
because these thoughts are primarily focused on our challenges and
problems, they can take an enormous toll on our mind and body.

Thoughts and the body

When a thought is created, it exists in more than just the brain.  When it enters
the body, it becomes emotion. If the thought isn’t positive or peaceful, the body
automatically begins to create hormones and other life-depleting energies
throughout the body.

In other words, stressful thoughts like money problems, relationship issues,
work problems, family issues, etc, create negative energies like little “stress
alarms” that send stress hormones like cortisol every time you think them.

The Shift to a Clear Mind

But when your mind is clear you begin to create positive neurotransmitters
such as serotonin in the brain. These are like little “massages” in your brain,
nervous system, and body every time you have a loving or peaceful thought.

Each time you think warm, peaceful thoughts, you send a series of stress
clearing neurotransmitters and hormones washing their way through your
mind and body.

It’s like going on a “mini vacation” at your desk or while you drive, etc..

Why is it important to have a Clear Mind?

Intuitively, the clearer your mind is, the better you feel. But it goes deeper.
When your mind is clear, you process thoughts and emotions with much
greater clarity and speed. You’re more productive.

You experience clarity. You have focus.

The decisions you make create far more effective results.

What are the key benefits of having a Clear Mind?

Let’s review some of the benefits of a Clear Mind.

Better sleep
Peace of mind
Instant clarity and focus
Access to the power of your Heartwaves
A direct connection to your Higher Self
A surge in creativity and productivity
Energy that continues throughout your day

and many more…

The Keys to having a Clear Mind

Here’s a few simple ways to create “Clear-Mind states”.

1) Practice conscious breathing (deep and rhythmic)
2) Meditate at least once a day
3) Practice mind body exercises like Qi-Gong, Yoga or Tai-Chi
4) Drink plenty of fresh purified water
5) Begin your day in gratefulness

and many more…

The benefits of having a Clear Mind go far beyond just stress relief or what you
can see with just your eyes.  Because your body mirrors every thought you think
every day of your life.

The real question is, what thoughts are you thinking?

Stress and not enough?

Or calm, clear thoughts that promote life?

Take time right now to breathe, calm your mind and open your heart.

Knowing that when your mind is clear, so is life itself.

And So It Is…

To Your Dreams And To Your Abundance,

Paul Bauer

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  1. 6 Comment(s)

  2. By Bohdan on Feb 5, 2012 | Reply

    Great article! Clear Mind is just what I’m thinking about throughout a few past days. Very cognitive and motivational material.

  3. By Ratan Budhani on Jul 12, 2012 | Reply

    Well-written article. Having a clear mind will enable one to find solutions to their problems easily and effectively.

  4. By Nihal on Jul 12, 2012 | Reply

    Hello Paul Thank you for the erudite suggestions
    Often as you grow older you can let go of many things. Humans as we are often cling to people you call your own It may be myth as we ourselves are transient physically and mentally and have little control over the changes yet we want to feel that it should happen the way we want eg When your son leaves his adoring wife and little infant of a son and when you see how the infant crave for the uncaring father and the wife for her husband your heart breaks If you live in the present you have to accept the reality but to do one has to devoid of caring heart

  5. By Sheila on Aug 25, 2012 | Reply

    Really tingelly feeling ~ asking myself what it is i really want to do ~ all the barriers & self procrastination were having a hard time staying in place…
    Thank you….!

  6. By Helen on Aug 25, 2012 | Reply

    Hi Sheila,

    How can one voice the feeling of someone you don’t know? Your comment is more of my life realization. Coming from you, it hit fast and hard . . . thank you for posting this comment . . . it took away from fear of saying it myself.

  7. By Richard Atkinson on Feb 9, 2013 | Reply

    Thanks Paul for this great article. You write with great clarity and cite valuable information. I think that the most important thing for us to know is that we are not just our thoughts or emotions, we are whole beings with a mind/body connection. In order to live our lives joyfully and effectively, we have to acknowledge that the thoughts we focus on can make our lives worse or better. And know that we really do have a choice in how we create our bodies and create our lives.

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