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MENTAL CLARITY: Top 3 Musical Choices for Focus, Concentration & the Alert Relaxation Your Productivity NEEDS.

5 December 2011 One Comment

Two women on beach meditating

As you know, one of the keys to staying focused is to eliminate distraction, but what’s interesting is that your biggest source of distraction may be your very own mind.






I talked about this in my first blog talk radio show, “Tools for Calm Focus, Mental Clarity & Relaxation” and also in the post about clutter: that mental clarity is the soil in which focus and concentration naturally cultivated themselves.



If you usually find yourself worried, anxious, conflicted, confused or anything else along those lines, that “mind-friction” will continuously UNDERMINE your ability to recall information, think creatively and even hone in on a particular task…all basics when it come to working effectively.



That being said, one of my favorite ways to attain mental clarity is to use relaxing music, so today I’ll share with you some of the tunes I listen to to stay focused and alert. Check it out:




So What Type of Music Do I Use???

For starters, try songs by Japanese Composer Yasunori Mitsuda



English Instrumentalist Paul Collier



or Dubstep artist Phaeleh



If you try the soundtrack to movies like Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon anything on Youtube under a search for “Meditation Music” etc, you’ll be well on your way. (Don’t forget to use SnipMP3.com to download the audio to anything good you find.)



Again, the right music works great to put you in an alert but relaxed and clear state of mind more conducive to creating ideas, remembering information and simply learning itself, so make it a routine to listen to a couple of tracks like these daily. It’ll help you to stay focused, in tune and emotionally healthy.



To enjoy more great tips and techniques for getting a state of calm, alert and powerful focus, see the original blog talk radio show.






Peace,
+B



One Comment »

  • King True said:

    Peace!

    Lately I’ve been finding myself searching for instrumental music to relax to. I’m striving to eliminate mental clutter and be more focused. I’m definitely going to check out the show for more tips and insight! Peace!

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