When your mind is focused on solving problems or it is wandering about, attention keeps shifting from one thing to another. For example, suppose you see a cookie. The image of the cookie is now a “part” of your consciousness. Next, there is the wish to have the cookie—”Me want cookie!”—which is now a second part of consciousness. Then there is the thought, “Oh no, cookies have gluten and calories, not for you,” and a third part is now in the mind. But then another part speaks up: “You’ve worked hard, you deserve that cookie, it’s OK…” Click here to read more…
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