Posted by: Liz Massey | December 27, 2011

Improving Creative Focus: An Audio Meditation on Unplugging

Photo courtesy SXC.

Today I present the second in a series of audio meditations based upon the Creative Person’s Guide to Focus blog series I posted last winter. This meditation is based upon the post I did on the importance of unplugging from digital tools and toys in order to aid concentration.

The post-holiday lull is perfect for carving out some non-electronic creative time, so please enjoy this meditation, which is meant as an encouragement and support for your offline creative endeavors!

Listen to the audio meditation:

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Responses

  1. My choice to listen to Liz on unplugging improved my outlook today. Thank you for your suggestions, Liz.

  2. This theme of meditation aided by audio systems is very interesting and it seems that the evidence points to its effectiveness. Related to this topic I found a review of one of these systems that seem to have quality and interest. If you want to look at is:
    http://mixandbrowse.tk/lifeflow-meditation-2-0-audio-meditation/

  3. […] in a world filled with alluring distractions. I’ve developed some audio meditations for unplugging from electronic devices, doing one thing at a time (aka single-tasking), and how to creatively improvise with focus when […]


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