Our thoughts sometimes move faster than we do, they intermingle, disturb us and ultimately create confusion within us. Most of the time it is not possible to meditate in the workplace, so we look forward to the end of the day to have a moment of intimacy that would allow us to enter into a meditative state. It is not necessary to be sitting cross-legged to meditate. You can indeed make every moment of daily life a moment of meditation. Of course, you will not arrive at the same depth in your calm, nevertheless, you will manage to create a certain calmness.
To do this, you simply need to become aware of your breathing, even while you are working. The idea is to give a sense of control by slowing down your breathing. On the one hand, you will be able to take away some of the confusing thoughts while feeling a certain satisfaction.
Stress overwhelms us when we activate ourselves at a pace that is beyond our own spectrum of activity, i.e. we work, for example, more than our brain can handle to maintain a state of well-being. When several thoughts invade us simultaneously, we create psychic stress which makes work ineffective.
Therefore, it is always advisable to be active on only one task at a time. In addition to guaranteeing greater efficiency, it can give rise to a state of well-being called flow, which corresponds to an activity carried out intensely while having the psychic resources to carry it out.
When you breathe deeply and slowly, you reconnect with your biological rhythm. You become in tune with yourself again, which is one of the keys to productivity. By removing confusion through this technique, you will make the right choices and no longer be torn between confused thoughts that sow chaos in your life.