What Is "Focus"?
There's a common misconception about what it means to "focus" on a task.
Using the example of a torch beam, we understand that the task is "lit up". That the mind is "focussed" on the task, rather than being scattered all over the place like the light from a light bulb.
But when we apply that example to "mental focus" we can easily miss the REAL significance of the torch beam.
Look at the picture. What is the most striking feature?
For me, the most striking feature is that EVERYTHING ELSE IS IN THE DARK. Pushed out of sight. Backburnered. Ignored. Shelved.
For me, "FOCUS" means . . nothing else exists.
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