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I just allow it to be busy by observing what it's busy about rather than clinging to every thought. Also try to focus on your breath going in and out of the body
It might sound weirs but I've made the experience that if your head is full of various thoughts it is best to write them down on a piece of paper or better in a notebook. This way you can let go of things but you still have them near you and in addition writing can be pretty calming.
I prefer to meditate using a repeated mantra or to read. When my brain has to focus on a word/phrase or the book, it’s harder for it to get distracted by other thoughts. If needed I will do either of them a loud for further reinforcing the same idea.
- How do you manage to stay disconnected when you’re bored?
- How early do you disconnect? When you go to bed or a certain amount of hours earlier?
- Do you use your “do not disturb” option and keep your phone on when disconnecting? (I have to keep it on because my insulin pump works with my phone).
- How about setting clock alarm in my phone? Does that count as disconnect?
- When do you disconnect at night?
- Do you put tour phone on airplane mode at night? Or ir can just be away from bed?
- When you disconnect do you just sit there what do you do!
- How can I relax without my device?
- What does unplug mean for you? What about if you have to work?
- How do You find time to do your routine every night? Sometimes I’m so tired and I just want to go to sleep.