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Part I: About Concentration > “How can I Learn the Skill of Concentration?”

Chapter 3. “How can I Learn the Skill of Concentration?”

"To learn anything, we must first suspend disbelief."—Anonymous

Some people believe they can’t concentrate. They may even make claims like, “I’m so absent-minded. I’d forget my head if it wasn’t attached.” They are a victim of their own doubts. Shakespeare’s King Lear made this wise observation: “Our doubts are traitors to us, for they rob us of the good we might achieve by attempting.” It’s true, isn’t it? Maybe you know some people who has concluded they’ll never be able to learn how to use a computer. By convincing themselves of this, they don’t even try to learn it, and end up surrendering any chance they might have of benefiting from this valuable tool.


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