What is the Difference between Concentration and Excentration?

What is the Difference between Concentration and Excentration?

With concentration, you fight against distraction. With excentration, you set distraction aside.

Placing a thought consciously at a good distance can be a much easier and more effective method of dealing with unwanted thoughts than attempting to suppress or push them away. This is because suppression often leads to a rebound effect, where the unwanted thought comes back stronger and more persistent than before.

On the other hand, consciously placing a thought at a good distance allows individuals to acknowledge and accept the thought, without becoming overly attached or consumed by it. By creating a sense of space and distance between themselves and the thought, individuals can gain a new perspective and shift their focus to more positive or productive thoughts.

This approach can be particularly effective for individuals struggling with intrusive thoughts, anxiety, or other mental health challenges. By learning to consciously place unwanted thoughts at a good distance, individuals can develop greater control over their thoughts and emotions, and reduce the impact of negative or distressing thoughts on their mental well-being.

Consciously placing thoughts at a good distance can be a powerful way for managing unwanted thoughts and emotions. By acknowledging and accepting thoughts, rather than suppressing or pushing them away, individuals can gain greater control over their mental processes and improve their overall mental health and well-being.

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