This is the case with many of us who work in a fast-paced, corporate world where the volume of information is overwhelming. We don’t always feel like we are able to process information quickly enough and we end up choosing to be mindlessly reactive rather than proactive.
But just because we are reactive doesn’t mean we are wrong. The fact is that we often over-react to information because we’re overwhelmed by the volume. For example, I’m a firm believer in the power of mindfulness to enhance our ability to take in and process information. But as I said before, we often choose to over-react to information in our quest for information. Why? Because we aren’t in control of our reaction to it.
In the past, we have mostly been in control of our reaction to information overload. But over the past few years we have been losing that control to the point that we have more information overload than we are consciously aware of. For example, with our smartphones, we have more information than we can process, but we arent even aware of it.
I hate to say this about our smartphones, but our use of them has made us more like a caveman than we have ever been before. We have become so inundated with information that we don’t even remember what we’ve read or heard. We often don’t even remember what we’ve done, because we don’t seem to be in control of our reaction to it. We just go through the motions of taking in information instead of thinking about it or trying to control it.
We are a society that is addicted to information. And the only way to become free of it is to consciously decide to not listen to it. This is what we seem to have trouble with these days, because we can think of so many things that we can say right now and it wont matter. Our lives are so busy and distracted, that we are often oblivious to the fact that we are constantly bombarded with information.
And while a certain amount of information overload is inevitable, it can be a good thing. It helps us better understand the world we live in. Our lives are so busy, our minds are so full of information, and our bodies are so full of energy, that we are constantly bombarded with information. But when we think mindfully, our brains will shut off. We won’t be bombarded with information. We will choose to think about it mindfully rather than mindlessly.
In this case, Mindfulness helps us better understand the world we live in because we are constantly bombarded with information. And while a certain amount of information overload is inevitable, it can be a good thing. It helps us better understand the world we live in because we are constantly bombarded with information.
The mind can become a cluttered mess when we are constantly bombarded with information. We become so distracted that we just don’t have time to think about it all. Our brains can become cluttered because of our constant need to process it all. Just like the mind, it is also a bit of a problem to control. We want to control what we are thinking, but we don’t want to make it worse.
We all want to control what we think of, but we dont want to make it worse. Because of this, we often find ourselves doing our best thinking mindlessly. It can make us less creative, or it can make us more creative. In our own personal experience, it can also lead us to make choices we would not otherwise make.
We can do things because we think we should, but just because we don’t always feel the best about ourselves, we cannot always control what we do. When we are focused on what is wrong with ourselves, we are more likely to make excuses to fix it. We may even feel that if we try hard enough, everything will just work itself out. We may even be able to convince ourselves that everything will be just fine.