Being in Flow

***** Review by Max W. www.cdbaby.com/cd/meenamodi

Improve productivity
When I first read about flow in a paper by the Hungarian psychologist Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, the idea of complete immersion in a single, well-defined task sounded great. I had even experienced being in flow at times — it felt like the distinction between a task and my performing that task completely disappeared. The only problem was that I couldn’t get myself into this state whenever I wanted: sometimes I happened to fall into it, but most of the time I didn’t and wasted a lot of time trying to force it.

This CD actually helps me get into flow whenever I want. Different tracks work well for different types of tasks. For example, if I’m about to practice the piano, I will listen to Still Body Clear Mind, whereas if I’m about to work on a math problem, I will listen to Insight into Problems. Now, I’m finding that I don’t always need to listen to those two tracks whenever I want to get into flow since the CD effectively trained me to get into flow on my own. So while I do continue to listen to both of those tracks, now I’m listening more to Stress to Rest and Sound of Silence to get into flow for tasks that are less well-defined than music practice or math problem sets.

If you’re looking for something that’s relaxing,  this CD works very well, but its real benefit comes from improving productivity. Once you’re in that state of flow in which you get things done so much faster than before, stress goes away on its own.

Note: As I cannot review my own work, this review is greatly appreciated. Thank you Max for your thoughtful, in-depth look at the meditations and the specific ways in which the individual tracks are helpful.

Profits will be donated to charity. As CD Baby (link above) deducts the least commission, we prefer the use of CD Baby as there will be  more funds for donations. CD Baby also has hard copies available for gifts that the other distributors don’t. Digital downloads are available from Amazon and Apple iTunes as well.

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