Friday, July 20, 2012


Paul said, "Your mind views the immediate rabbit!"


Meanwhile I saw the mental picture of a drawing Maddy made.  I knew where the drawing was and retrieved it.

"Like a predator on the hunt, you view the immediate rabbit.  If you look sideways to another rabbit, get distracted, or stop to think logically, you will not reach your goal of catching the immediate rabbit!"

"The rabbit represents your goal.  It can be a long term or short term goal."

I focus on the immediate rabbit when I am at peak concentration to achieve my goal!

When is that?  Through the years, including early school classes and beyond, my creative logical blend of clear focus generally seems to work best between the hours of 11 AM-3 PM.  Before or after that physical time, my concentration seems to be in auto pilot, coasting or resting (recharging) mode.  I am learning to make the most of my optimum physical and mental energies to catch the Immediate Rabbit!

Everyone has totally unique brain pathways of processing and storing information much like our personal computers, phones, web sites, blogs, social networks and more we custom design for us by us!

How can you better optimize catching the Immediate Rabbit?

Related Posts:  Universe Shadows of Cranes, Steps to Achieve your Goal by Dr. Paul Lam (Mar 2011) Catching Up, and Grow Green, stimulate new neurons in your brain, (April 2011), and My Healing Story, new top tab on Out of the Blue (July 2012) 

Resources:  Answers to Distraction, Delivered From Distraction and other books from Edward M. Hallowell, M.D.  Dr. Hallowell majored in English in college, as a young medical student, he discovered his own challenges with Attention Deficit Disorder and reaches out to help others.

Born on a Blue Day by Daniel Tammet.  A young boy growing into adulthood writes about his personal experiences with Autism.  Numbers, colors, images, designs and more shape a compelling read.  Dr. Paul Lam is a family practice physician in Sydney Australia.  He developed arthritis at an early age and learned Tai Chi to manage his condition.  Now he travels the world to introduce people of all ages to the benefits of Tai Chi practice.  Research, articles, books, E-books, DVDs, music CDs, workshops, free newsletter  Full Introduction to Tai Chi for Beginners and more  Joel P. Bowman, Ph.D, and Debra Basham, CHTP, Executive Wellness Consultant, help you paint vivid pictures created with own your imagination to encourage healing. Request Silver Butterfly Create A Vision, PDF free illustrated E-book.  Paintings and prints available.

Art Work
Eyeing the Rabbit, ink and pencil drawing by Maddy