Doing What Matters Most To You (Getting Things Done)

When you keep desperately and constantly failing to complete a task:

  • And you have freed the most possible time
  • And you have attained the greatest mastery for that task
  • And you have received the most help you could possibly receive
  • And you have prioritized everything and this remains

Then do less of everything else.

Eventually you’ll be left with a list of what matters most to you. And it will be smaller than when you had started so it might be easier to finish.

The Opposite of Forget Is Mindful Not Remember

When you forget a «person/place/thing/idea/though/memory», that which previously sat in your cognitive field is there no longer. When you become mindful of that «person/place/thing/idea/though/memory» again, it returns to your cognitive field. We call this “forgetting and remembering” something. But remember is the wrong word.

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Somatic Experiencing Therapy

From Wikipedia:

Somatic experiencing is a form of alternative therapy aimed at relieving the
symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and other mental and
physical trauma-related health problems by focusing on the client's perceived
body sensations (or somatic experiences). It was created by trauma therapist
Peter A. Levine.