How to be in the present moment?
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How to be in the present moment?

A person with an effective concentration can achieve more results than someone who works a lot, but is constantly distracted. When you manage to focus and direct your thoughts in one direction on a single task, it increases the speed and efficiency of its performance by ten times. A person with an effective concentration can achieve more results than someone who works a lot, but is constantly distracted. When you manage to focus and direct your thoughts in one direction on a single task, it increases the speed and efficiency of its performance by ten times.

Question 1: Would you say that you are always in the present moment?

YES – 2 points
NO – 1 point

When a man does not live by the principle of living in “the present moment”, he becomes just an average man.

Question 2: Are there times when you live in a state of memory, autopilot, on in “the machine, automation mode”

YES – 1 point
NO – 2 points

A person who is “in the present moment” is always concentrated and focused.

Question 3: How often do your friends catch you lost in thought or distracted?

YES – 1 point
NO – 2 points

You cannot constantly think about the past or the future. To live fully in the present, we need to pay attention to words such as “now” and “at this moment.”

Question 4: Did you know that to become disconnected and live mechanically is a habit of an unhealthy person?

YES – 1 point
NO – 2 points

To be “in the present moment” does not mean to live exclusively by the present. One cannot live a “carefree life”, remaining deaf and blind to the facts, which could teach us the past, or show us what awaits us in the future.

Question 5: Do you understand that to be “here and now” does not mean to forget the past or ignore the lessons of the past?

YES – 2 points
NO – 1 point

Reality is what we focus on and what we think.

Question 6: Do you understand that your reality is determined by what you focus on?

YES – 2 points
NO – 1 point

Whatever a person focuses on in a specific moment will be the foundation of his feelings, behaviors and reactions.

Question 7: Does it ever happen to you that your body is present at a meeting, but your thoughts are concentrated on something else, so your feelings and emotions depend on what you focus on?

YES – 1 point
NO – 2 points

“I am doing a great work, so that I cannot come down: why should the work cease, whilst I leave it, and come down to you?” Nehemiah 6:3

Question 8: Do you practice focusing: Do you practice focusing, maintaining consistency and focused thoughts?

YES – 2 points
NO – 1 point

Question 9: Are you able to filter your thoughts from unnecessary ones to focus on the most important things?

YES – 1 point
NO – 2 points

If you are able to focus and direct your thoughts in one direction on a single task, it will increase performance 10 times more.

Question 10: How often do you manage to focus and direct your thoughts on a single task, thereby increasing the speed and efficiency of performance?

YES – 1 point
NO – 2 points

“He that is slow to anger is better than the mighty; and he that ruleth his spirit than he that taketh a city.” Proverbs16:32

Question 11: Do you work on yourself purposefully to instill the quality concentration, which is the most important secret of great men?

YES – 1 point
NO – 2 points

People who are not intentionally engaged in brain activity, are at risk of Alzheimer’s disease.

Question 12: Did you notice the connection between the ability of not being focused, being distracted, being lost in thoughts, being on autopilot and Alzheimer’s disease?

YES – 2 points
NO – 1 point

The true concentration is when a person is able by the force of his will to keep the presence of mind and “present moment”, directing attention to the selected object.

Question 13: Do you understand why during the movies you at the present moment, and in everyday life could be in autopilot?

YES – 2 points
NO – 1 point

“… And I, as a deaf man, heard not, and as a dumb man that openeth not his mouth; and I became like a man who does not hear and does not have to answer their mouth …” Psalm 37:14,15

Question 14: Have you ever had that conversation when you reflect and think about something else at the same time?

YES – 1 point
NO – 2 points

There are tasks that require our full concentration on one thing, because the desire to do everything at the same time will not bring the desired result.

Question 15: Do you have an understanding of everyday life, that there is a time when you can combine a few tasks, and there are times when it cannot be done at the same time?

YES – 2 points
NO – 1 point

In order to be “in the present moment” you need to determine for yourself: “What is the result I expect to get?”

Question 16: Are you always driven by the goal, the result, are you using the power of intention?

YES – 2 points
NO – 1 point

If we continue to do what have always done, we get the result, which we always had.

Question 17: How often do you revise your behaviors and habits?

YES – 2 points
NO – 1 point

Connecting your organs of perception, you must learn to listen with concentration to accept the information.

Question 18: When you listen or pay attention, do you always use all your organs of perception: sight, hearing?

YES – 2 points
NO – 1 point

To prevent “failures” in the perception of the information it is necessary to connect all your sense organs to hear at 100%, to be “in the present moment”.

Question 19: Did you see where the confusion, forgetfulness and dementia come from?

YES – 2 points
NO – 1 point

Question 20: How do you usually listen to:

Selectively – 1 point
Perceive all the information – 2 points

Question 21: When talking with people, do you usually turn off distractors so that your entire concentration could be only on the speaker?

YES – 2 points
NO – 1 point

A person must have only two states: either he says or hears.

Question 22: When you talk do you have:

One thought – either talking or listening – 2 points
A few thoughts – talk and listen at the same time – 1 point

Question 23: Are there times when you think about yourself, hair, about his appearance, what to say while you are listening to?

YES – 2 points
NO – 1 point


POINTS FOR TEST RESULTS

After answering all the 23 questions count Scoring points.

Your result by the sum of your points – from 0 to 39 points.

Based on your responses, we can conclude that you tend to shut down, freeze, escape, wonder forget. It is time to wake up! You are very much at risk – people who do not like to think come closer to painful senility. To have victory over forgetfulness, confusion, restlessness, failures in the perception of information, follow the following rules:

  1. Once and for all decide, “I’ll be at the present moment: I’m listening to 100%, 100% read and meditate on the 100%.”
  2. Master the true concentration: with the help of willpower hold your presence “in the present moment”, directing attention to the selected object. Practice this every day!
  3. When you listen to someone, do not think in parallel, do not think what to answer or how you look. Focus on listening
  4. Lock in your life, think of any moments that distract from the purpose or theme. Pay special attention to this! Maintain consistency and your thoughts to focus on the task or object!

Remember, your thinking by itself will not change, and without changing, your wildest plans for the future will not materialize! Paulo Coelho said: “There is only one way to achieve – to act.” start now!

Your result by the sum of your points – from 40 to 46 points.

Admittedly – You are a man of quality! It’s a pleasure to deal with you! You lead your life consciously and responsibly in daily tasks and you are guided by the important secrets Great people – concentration. While you do not get what you are going to get, you do not stop and do not get distracted, ie not ceasing to be in “the present moment”. Apparently, it is the principle of that rules your life!

Practical tips:

Continue to improve concentration. I would like to challenge you to take responsibility for other people to begin to share with them this ability to be in the present moment, to help people constantly stay in a conscious process. You have the potential to radically change the thinking of millions of people, to influence their destiny. And inaction in this case is regarded as a crime!

Much luck on your way to meet a man who knows how to: keep sight, focus your heart, thoughts, attention, and mental energy in one direction, and be goal-oriented. Make every effort to become such person.

I wish you to understand the importance of concentration and enter the 3% of those who run the world!

Senior Pastor of the “Embassy of the Blessed Kingdom of God for all peoples” church, Sunday Adeladja.


For a deeper study of this topic I recommend reading my following books: “Why chess players are respected and how to learn thinking”, “Guide to the Great Life”, “How to live on 100,” “Hello, I’m looking for problems.”

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