Improve your concentration


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Afterall what is it that God wants, (Sheik Arif asks)? Does He want us to bow down and prostrate even more? Offer more prayers? Go to even more pilgrimages? Well if that’s what He wanted then he could have created a thousand more Gabriels who would continually offer such worship. Who would continouly sing His praises more loudly and deeply than we ever can. Why settle for the measely bird-pecking worship that we offer?

If there’s anything that God wants from us, it’s change. It’s to constantly become better and grow from within. Growth physically, mentally and spiritually. One method to attain such growth is to strive for a betterment in the quality of our worship.
Concentration in Prayer is important. Why, because it’s the one single indicator of your taqwa/piety levels. Want to know how’s your relationship with God? your level of faith? Ask yourself how much is your focus during namaaz. Afterall what does God want? It’s not more prayers, but better prayers. Not for Him, but for us.
Here are 15 tips that can help you achieve greater concentration in prayers:
1. Watch your thoughts not just during prayers but the whole day: Thoughts lead to actions. The No.1 method to improve concentration in prayers, is by improving our state of God consciousness throughout the day. Ask/Tell yourself:
– How will this activity of mine pleasing God?
– Aren’t I so fortunate to have men who obey me?
– I enjoy a pleasant life, I am privileged and honoured, and I am safe from many calamities and misfortunes.
– Sure I may have this problem at work, but that’s because I have work.
It’s because we think of God very little during the day and are more preoccupied with of worldly affairs, it’s those thoughts that still distract us when standing on the prayer mat. The mind rarely is in ‘the Now’ and is mostly in the past or future. Once you have been practicing to remain God Conscious throughout the day:
– you’ll get better at changing your focus back to prayers because you’ve been practicing it all day, every day
– even after losing your focus it’s more likely that you’ll have God in your thoughts, because that’s Whom you’ve been thinking about all day.
2. Recollect your Hajj trip: If you have been to Hajj or Umra, recall the awe when you saw the Ka’ba for the first time. How you couldn’t stop the tears rolling down your face. The peace and serenity you experienced then. When doing Sajdah bring the same deep emotions through you when doing the first Sajdah inside Masjidul Harram.
3. A Hadith: “Realise that whatever it is that your thoughts are diverted to, the One whom you are praying to has more control on it’s outcome than you do.” ~ Paraphrase of a Hadith I read, apologies for the lack of reference.
4. Wudhu: If you want to increase your focus in prayer, increase your focus during Wudhu.
5. The Call to Prayer: A simple method to increase concentration immediately in your very next namaaz is just to, recite Azaan and Iqamah before beginnig prayers. Even if you are alone. Especially if you are alone. Try it. It really works.
Prophet Mohammed:
O’ Abu Dhar! Be like him, who in a deserted place (though alone),
calls Adhan and Iqamah (Call for Prayer) and says his Prayer. So your
Lord says to the angels, ‘Look at My servant! He is praying and no one
sees him but Me? Then descend 70,000 Angels and pray behind him Then descend 70,000 Angels and pray behind him and seek forgiveness for him until the next day.
~ Concentration in Prayer by Jameel Kermali
6. Know before you speak: You can focus in your prayer only if you are 100% clear on the meaning of the Surahs and the zikrs that are being recited. The best investment you can give to your spiritual life is to read the translation what’s recited and be clear on each and every zikr in namaaz. Sometimes we have an idea on what the meaning of the zikr is but don’t know it precisely. It helps to have the extra bit of clarity on the meaning and know exactly what it is we are reciting.
7. Think about it: Once you know the meaning of what’s being recited, take a pause, go through the zikr in your head. Reflect upon it. Then recite it.
8. Reciting these two verses before you begin prayer:
6:79 Surely I have turned myself, being upright, wholly to Him Who originated the heavens and the earth, and I am not of the polytheists.
6:162 Say. Surely my prayer and my sacrifice and my life and my death are (all) for Allah, the Lord of the worlds;
10. Recite different surahs. If it’s Surah Ahad that you recite regularly. There are other Surahs that we’ve memorised but never recite in namaaz. For eg. majority of muslims have memorised the Four Surahs that begin with Qul. Recite those and reflect on it’s meanings.
11. Pray when it’s time. First things first. When we give God priority, He gives us His priority. Look forward to the time when it’s prayer and then drop whatever you are doing to go and pray. Make this especially true for yourself if you’re traveling. (By the way, Click here to see a wonderful Nasheed by Dawud Wharnsby titled, “All the earth is a place of worship.”)

12. Apply perfume: Purchase a small scented bottle and keep it right next to your prayer mat. Apply it on yourself before begining prayer. If possible a designated pair of clothes. It’s a way of telling God that you giving importance to your appearance hence to your prayer.
13. Location, location, location: When not traveling have a designated place to pray. Keep the place clean and clear of mirrors, pictures, anything that may cause distraction.
14. Keeping the light in the room low. It’s a different feeling altogether.
15. Practice. You’ll get there.

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Live Smarter! 7 Life Shortcuts That’ll Save You an Hour a Day


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Live Smarter! 7 Life Shortcuts That’ll Save You an Hour a Day

 
7 life shortcuts -- time-managing 
 
What would you do if you had an hour all to yourself tonight? Read a book? Soak in the tub? Take a leisurely stroll? I’d shave my legs. With a full-time job, seven kids, two cats and a neurotic dog to take care of, by the time I even think to shave my legs, I need a weedwacker. Turns out a lot of women are run ragged these days.Saturday…Shorten the paper trail
 
Your best defense? Choose one spot where you’ll always do paperwork — near your computer, if you bank online — and stock it with stamps, envelopes, pens, ‘In,’ ‘Out’ and ‘File It’ folders, and a big wastebasket, so you can work at top speed. Then subject every piece of paper to the wastebasket test: “Ask yourself, ‘What’s the worst thing that could happen if I don’t keep this?” 
 
At Hemphill’s prodding, I cleaned out my over-stuffed cabinet to make filing faster. That meant tossing all but the last three years’ worth of credit card receipts and bank statements, plus — what was I thinking? — warranties for long-gone equipment, and insurance policies for cars and homes we no longer owned. Then I attacked the mountain of mail on my kitchen table. Hemphill’s advice was to toss anything that wasn’t important — instead of reading it out of morbid curiosity. It helped me plow through two weeks’ worth of junk mail and bills in 15 minutes instead of the hour it usually takes.

Sunday…Make time for Zzzs

According to the National Sleep Foundation, 67 percent of women aren’t getting enough sleep each night to feel well-rested during the day. “And that chronic sleep deprivation has a huge impact on memory, creativity, concentration and problem solving skills — and it can double the length of time it takes you to accomplish tough mental tasks!” 
If I’m not working late at the computer, I’m washing dishes, mopping up crumbs or, yes, folding that last load of laundry. How could I possibly gain an hour of free time by going to bed earlier? Very easily. After a full eight hours of sleep, I felt alert for the first time in months. I quickly did the dishes, swept the kitchen and folded the laundry before work — a feat I never could have accomplished in my usual morning stupor.

Monday…Go gung-ho at work

Is staying late at the office — or dragging work home with you — eating into your free time? Surprisingly, people spend less than 60 percent of an eight-hour work day being productive — distractions, interruptions and unnecessary tasks chew up the other 40 percent,

“To really boost productivity, I tell my clients to ‘Eat the frog, first,’” says Linda D. Henman, Ph.D., president of the Henman Performance Group in Chesterfield, Missouri. “That means pick the toughest, most unpleasant task you need to accomplish, and knock that off your list while you’re still fresh, focused and working at top speed — everything else will seem easy by comparison, and that will give you the oomph to stay on track all day long.”

Procrastination is my downfall — if I have no plausible excuse for putting off a big project, I’ll add paper to my printer, check that my stapler has staples, and sharpen my pencils to the point where they could perform brain surgery. Oh, and I like to start my day with the easiest job and work my way up to the nasty stuff — I’ve always eaten the frog last. So I wasn’t looking forward to turning on the computer and starting my Monday by diving into the day’s toughest task. Yet, I finished my biggest job by noon — a new record, since I usually start it so late I have to work all evening to finish up.

Tuesday and, um, Wednesday…Shackle social media

E-mail, Facebook, Twitter…according to Mayo Clinic researchers, women spend at least one out of every seven minutes at work checking, and responding to, social media messages. And going online dozens of times daily can cut your productivity 25 percent or more, their studies suggest. To protect yourself, schedule specific times that you’ll log on — and limit how long you’ll stay online when you do,

I failed miserably the first day I tried this — the second day was no picnic, either. I usually check my e-mail, Facebook and Twitter twice (okay, maybe three times) every hour, all day long. I’m addicted. But, after my intervention, I’ve cut myself down to four checks daily and, yes, I am getting a lot more done — but weaning myself off espresso was easier than this.

Thursday…Trim the to-do list

People spend at least 75 percent of their day doing tasks they feel are important though they could have delegated, put off or simply ignored most of them,
Rx: Each morning, divide your day’s to-do list into two categories — things you could do, and things you must do. “Be ruthless and put as much as possible into that easily-ignored could do list,” says Val Wright, leadership growth expert and president of Val Wright Consulting in Seattle, Washington. “Then tackle your tasks in reverse order, so you start with the must-do’s, first, and only bother with the could-do’s if you have time — you’ll be shocked at how productive you are.”

My original to-do list for the day: Tidy the living room, clean both bathrooms, mend my ripped shirt…oh, and work all day. My wallet-sized list of must do’s: Work and take 10 minutes to scrub the bathroom — the one my kids had spackled with dazzling blue toothpaste. The mending? I have lots of shirts, so I used the ripped one as a rag when I was washing the bathroom.

Friday…Prune your home

There’s no question it takes time to clean out overflowing closets, drawers, attics and basements, yet you could lose even more precious time if you don’t. According to a British research team, women spend up to 188 hours every year looking for things they’ve misplaced — like keys, remote controls, passports, and matching shoes.

The good news: Your home doesn’t have to be perfectly organized to prevent this frustration. Start by getting rid of the things you no longer use or value, so you’ll have easier access to what you truly need, . Then sort through what’s remaining, and get a sense of where important items are stored, so you can find them fast when you need them,
A small house fire might have made this job easier. I waded through the closets, junk drawers, trunks and other nooks and crannies, tossing anything I don’t use into bags and boxes for Goodwill. By bedtime, I’d filled seven big garbage bags and five boxes with stuff I wasn’t going to miss. My own cramped closet had lost one-third of its cargo. Who had I been kidding? Pants that were snug before I had babies weren’t going to fit again unless I had liposuction.

Saturday…Let your errands list grow

Do you run to the grocery store two or three times every week, plus make quick trips to other shops? You could save at least one hour every week just by combining your errands into one big trip, say researchers at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina. And, instead of writing what you need on a scrap of paper (or two), create a blank grocery list — with headings like fresh produce, frozen foods, canned goods and dairy — organized according to the layout of your supermarket. “Photocopy it and stick a fresh copy on the fridge each week,”  “You could save 30 minutes in the store, because you won’t be backtracking to find all the items you missed.”

I hadn’t even considered it before, but when I did the math, I realized I was spending over six hours every week en route to the grocery store, farmer’s market, Walmart, etc. When I combined everything into a Saturday-morning shopping blitz, and used my spiffy new grocery list, I was home in 3-1/2 hours. It was almost embarrassing to realize how much time I’d been wasting running errands.

Sunday…Buy time, not things

Housework, hedge trimming, lawn mowing, car repairs…what chores soak up your time, despite the fact that you don’t enjoy doing them? Here’s a solution: “People spend well over $300 every year on gadgets they don’t truly need,” Skip a few unnecessary purchases, and use the money you save to hire someone to do the jobs you find draining. ”You’ll never miss the $20 it costs to get a teenager to mow your lawn,” says Davidson. “And you’ll win back something irreplaceable — your time.”

The job I dislike the most? Cleaning the house Sunday night. I called a family meeting and we made a compromise — two meals out each month, instead of four. That was enough of a savings to pay a housecleaner to come in once each week to scour the place for us. One quick chat with my kids, and I’d shrugged off my biggest weekly aggravation. By 9:00 pm Sunday, my kids were happy, fed and in bed. I had no rugs to vacuum, no floors to wash, and no dusting to do. The evening was truly mine.


I finally shaved my legs.

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Improve your concentration power


After all what is it that God wants, (Sheik Arif asks)? Does He want us to bow down and prostrate even more? Offer more prayers? Go to even more pilgrimages? Well if that’s what He wanted then he could have created a thousand more Gabriels who would continually offer such worship. Who would continouly sing His praises more loudly and deeply than we ever can. Why settle for the measely bird-pecking worship that we offer?

If there’s anything that God wants from us, it’s change. It’s to constantly become better and grow from within. Growth physically, mentally and spiritually. One method to attain such growth is to strive for a betterment in the quality of our worship.

Concentration in Prayer is important. Why, because it’s the one single indicator of your taqwa/piety levels. Want to know how’s your relationship with God? your level of faith? Ask yourself how much is your focus during namaaz. Afterall what does God want? It’s not more prayers, but better prayers. Not for Him, but for us.

Here are 15 tips that can help you achieve greater concentration in prayers:

1. Watch your thoughts not just during prayers but the whole day: Thoughts lead to actions. The No.1 method to improve concentration in prayers, is by improving our state of God consciousness throughout the day. Ask/Tell yourself:

– How will this activity of mine pleasing God?
– Aren’t I so fortunate to have men who obey me?
– I enjoy a pleasant life, I am privileged and honoured, and I am safe from many calamities and misfortunes.
– Sure I may have this problem at work, but that’s because I have work.

It’s because we think of God very little during the day and are more preoccupied with of worldly affairs, it’s those thoughts that still distract us when standing on the prayer mat. The mind rarely is in ‘the Now’ and is mostly in the past or future. Once you have been practicing to remain God Conscious throughout the day:
– you’ll get better at changing your focus back to prayers because you’ve been practicing it all day, every day
– even after losing your focus it’s more likely that you’ll have God in your thoughts, because that’s Whom you’ve been thinking about all day.

2. Recollect your Hajj trip: If you have been to Hajj or Umra, recall the awe when you saw the Ka’ba for the first time. How you couldn’t stop the tears rolling down your face. The peace and serenity you experienced then. When doing Sajdah bring the same deep emotions through you when doing the first Sajdah inside Masjidul Harram.

3. A Hadith: “Realise that whatever it is that your thoughts are diverted to, the One whom you are praying to has more control on it’s outcome than you do.” ~ Paraphrase of a Hadith I read, apologies for the lack of reference.

4. Wudhu: If you want to increase your focus in prayer, increase your focus during Wudhu.

 

 

5. The Call to Prayer: A simple method to increase concentration immediately in your very next namaaz is just to, recite Azaan and Iqamah before beginnig prayers. Even if you are alone. Especially if you are alone. Try it. It really works.

Prophet Mohammed:
O’ Abu Dhar! Be like him, who in a deserted place (though alone),
calls Adhan and Iqamah (Call for Prayer) and says his Prayer. So your
Lord says to the angels, ‘Look at My servant! He is praying and no one
sees him but Me? Then descend 70,000 Angels and pray behind him Then descend 70,000 Angels and pray behind him and seek forgiveness for him until the next day.
~ Concentration in Prayer by Jameel Kermali

6. Know before you speak: You can focus in your prayer only if you are 100% clear on the meaning of the Surahs and the zikrs that are being recited. The best investment you can give to your spiritual life is to read the translation what’s recited and be clear on each and every zikr in namaaz. Sometimes we have an idea on what the meaning of the zikr is but don’t know it precisely. It helps to have the extra bit of clarity on the meaning and know exactly what it is we are reciting.

7. Think about it: Once you know the meaning of what’s being recited, take a pause, go through the zikr in your head. Reflect upon it. Then recite it.

8. Reciting these two verses before you begin prayer:

6:79 Surely I have turned myself, being upright, wholly to Him Who originated the heavens and the earth, and I am not of the polytheists.

6:162 Say. Surely my prayer and my sacrifice and my life and my death are (all) for Allah, the Lord of the worlds;

10. Recite different surahs. If it’s Surah Ahad that you recite regularly. There are other Surahs that we’ve memorised but never recite in namaaz. For eg. majority of muslims have memorised the Four Surahs that begin with Qul. Recite those and reflect on it’s meanings.

11. Pray when it’s time. First things first. When we give God priority, He gives us His priority. Look forward to the time when it’s prayer and then drop whatever you are doing to go and pray. Make this especially true for yourself if you’re traveling. (By the way, Click here to see a wonderful Nasheed by Dawud Wharnsby titled, “All the earth is a place of worship.”)

12. Apply perfume: Purchase a small scented bottle and keep it right next to your prayer mat. Apply it on yourself before begining prayer. If possible a designated pair of clothes. It’s a way of telling God that you giving importance to your appearance hence to your prayer.

13. Location, location, location: When not traveling have a designated place to pray. Keep the place clean and clear of mirrors, pictures, anything that may cause distraction.

14. Keeping the light in the room low. It’s a different feeling altogether.

15. Practice. You’ll get there.

 

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நமது உடல், ஒவ்வொரு உடல் பாகத்திற்கென தனித்தனியே கடிகாரத்தின் அலாரத்தை முன்பதிவுசெய்து கொண்டு சுழன்றுகொண்டிருக்கிறது. ஒவ்வொரு உறுப்புக்கும் அதன்பணியை செய்து முடிக்க இரண்டு மணிநேரம் ஒதுக்கியுள்ளது. இரண்டு மணி நேரம் முடிந்ததும் மீண்டும் அலாரத்தை அடுத்த உறுப்புக்கு மாற்றி விடுகிறது.

விடியற்காலை 3.00 மணிமுதல் 5.00 மணிவரை நுரையீரலின் நேரம்.
இந்த நேரத்தில்சுவாசப் பயிற்சி செய்து காற்றின் மூலம் வரும் பிராண சக்தியை உடலுக்குள்அதிகமாகச் சேகரித்தால்ஆயுள் நீடிக்கும். தியானம் செய்யவும் ஏற்ற நேரம்இது.

விடியற்காலை 5.00 மணிமுதல் 7.00 மணிவரை பெருங்குடலின் நேரம்.
காலைக்கடன்களை இந்த நேரத்துக்குள் முடித்தே தீர வேண்டும்
மலச்சிக்கல் உள்ளவர்கள்இந்த நேரத்தில் எழுந்து கழிவறைக்குச் செல்லும்
பழக்கத்தைஏற்படுத்திக் கொண்டால் நாளடைவில் மலச்சிக்கல் தீரும்.
உயிரணுக்களின் எண்ணிக்கை மிகவும் அதிகமாக உள்ள நேரமும் கூட இதுவே.

காலை 7.00 மணி முதல் 9.00 மணிவரை வயிற்றின் நேரம்.
இந்த நேரத்தில் கல்லைத்தின்றாலும் வயிறு அரைத்துவிடும்
காலை உணவை பேரரசன் போல் உண்ணவேண்டும் என்று சொல்வார்கள்
இந்த நேரத்தில் சாப்பிடுவதுதான் நன்குசெரிமானமாகி உடலில் ஒட்டும்.

காலை 9.00 மணிமுதல் 11.00 மணி வரை மண்ணீரலின் நேரம்.
காலையில் உண்டஉணவை மண்ணீரல் செரித்து ஊட்டச் சத்தாகவும்
ரத்தமாகவும் மாற்றுகிற நேரம் இது. இந்த நேரத்தில் பச்சைத் தண்ணீர்கூடக் குடிக்கக்கூடாது.மண்ணீரலின்செரிமானசக்தி பாதிக்கப்படும்.

முற்பகல் 11.00 மணிமுதல் பிற்பகல் 1.00 மணி வரை இதயத்தின் நேரம்.
இந்தநேரத்தில் அதிகமாகப் பேசுதல், அதிகமாகக் கோபப்படுதல், அதிகமாகப் படபடத்தல்கூடாது இதயம் பாதிக்கப்படும். இதய நோயாளிகள் மிகமிக எச்சரிக்கையாக இருக்கவேண்டிய நேரம்.

பிற்பகல் 1.00 மணிமுதல் 3.00 மணிவரை சிறுகுடலின் நேரம்
இந்த நேரத்தில்மிதமாக மதிய உணவை உட்கொண்டு சற்றே ஓய்வெடுப்பது நல்லது.

பிற்பகல் 3.00 மணி முதல் மாலை 5.00 மணிவரை சிறுநீர்ப்பையின் நேரம்.
நீர்க்கழிவுகளை வெளியேற்ற சிறந்த நேரம்.

மாலை 5.00 மணி முதல் 7.00 மணி வரை சிறுநீரகங்களின் நேரம்.
பகல் நேரபரபரப்பிலிருந்து விடுபட்டு அமைதி பெற, எதிர்காலத்தைப் பற்றி சிந்திக்க, தியானம்செய்ய, வழிபாடுகள் செய்ய சிறந்த நேரம்.

இரவு 7.00 மணி முதல் 9.00 மணி வரை,பெரிகார்டியத்தின் நேரம்.
பெரிகார்டியம்என்பது இதயத்தைச் சுற்றி இருக்கும் ஒரு ஜவ்வு இதயத்தின் Shock absorber இரவு உணவுக்கு உகந்த நேரம் இது.

இரவு 9.00 மணி முதல் 11.00 மணி வரை,
டிரிப்பிள் ஹீட்டர் என்பது ஒரு உறுப்பல்ல,
உச்சந்தலை முதல் அடி வயிறு வரை உள்ள மூன்று பகுதிகளை
இணைக்கும்பாதை. இந்த நேரத்தில் உறங்கச் செல்வது நல்லது.

இரவு 11.00 மணி முதல் 1.00 மணி வரை பித்தப்பை இயங்கும் நேரம்.
இந்த நேரத்தில்தூங்காது விழித்திருந்தால் பித்தப்பை இயக்க குறைபாடு ஏற்படும்.

இரவு 1.00 மணி முதல் விடியற்காலை 3.00 மணி வரை கல்லீரலின் நேரம். இந்தநேரத்தில் நீங்கள் உட்காந்திருக்கவோ விழித்திருக்கவோ கூடாது கட்டாயம்படுத்திருக்க வேண்டும் உடல் முழுவதும் ஓடும் ரத்தத்தை கல்லீரல் தன்னிடத்தே வரவழைத்து சுத்திகரிக்கும் நேரம் இது.
இந்த பணியை நீங்கள் பாதித்தால் மறுநாள்முழுவதும் சுறுசுறுப்பில்லாமல் அவதிப்படுவீர்கள்.

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Live Smarter! 7 Life Shortcuts That’ll Save You an Hour a Day


Live Smarter! 7 Life Shortcuts That’ll Save You an Hour a Day

 
7 life shortcuts -- time-managing 
 
What would you do if you had an hour all to yourself tonight? Read a book? Soak in the tub? Take a leisurely stroll? I’d shave my legs. With a full-time job, seven kids, two cats and a neurotic dog to take care of, by the time I even think to shave my legs, I need a weedwacker. Turns out a lot of women are run ragged these days.Saturday…Shorten the paper trail
 
Your best defense? Choose one spot where you’ll always do paperwork — near your computer, if you bank online — and stock it with stamps, envelopes, pens, ‘In,’ ‘Out’ and ‘File It’ folders, and a big wastebasket, so you can work at top speed. Then subject every piece of paper to the wastebasket test: “Ask yourself, ‘What’s the worst thing that could happen if I don’t keep this?” 
 
At Hemphill’s prodding, I cleaned out my over-stuffed cabinet to make filing faster. That meant tossing all but the last three years’ worth of credit card receipts and bank statements, plus — what was I thinking? — warranties for long-gone equipment, and insurance policies for cars and homes we no longer owned. Then I attacked the mountain of mail on my kitchen table. Hemphill’s advice was to toss anything that wasn’t important — instead of reading it out of morbid curiosity. It helped me plow through two weeks’ worth of junk mail and bills in 15 minutes instead of the hour it usually takes.

Sunday…Make time for Zzzs

According to the National Sleep Foundation, 67 percent of women aren’t getting enough sleep each night to feel well-rested during the day. “And that chronic sleep deprivation has a huge impact on memory, creativity, concentration and problem solving skills — and it can double the length of time it takes you to accomplish tough mental tasks!” 
If I’m not working late at the computer, I’m washing dishes, mopping up crumbs or, yes, folding that last load of laundry. How could I possibly gain an hour of free time by going to bed earlier? Very easily. After a full eight hours of sleep, I felt alert for the first time in months. I quickly did the dishes, swept the kitchen and folded the laundry before work — a feat I never could have accomplished in my usual morning stupor.

Monday…Go gung-ho at work

Is staying late at the office — or dragging work home with you — eating into your free time? Surprisingly, people spend less than 60 percent of an eight-hour work day being productive — distractions, interruptions and unnecessary tasks chew up the other 40 percent, 

“To really boost productivity, I tell my clients to ‘Eat the frog, first,’” says Linda D. Henman, Ph.D., president of the Henman Performance Group in Chesterfield, Missouri. “That means pick the toughest, most unpleasant task you need to accomplish, and knock that off your list while you’re still fresh, focused and working at top speed — everything else will seem easy by comparison, and that will give you the oomph to stay on track all day long.” 

Procrastination is my downfall — if I have no plausible excuse for putting off a big project, I’ll add paper to my printer, check that my stapler has staples, and sharpen my pencils to the point where they could perform brain surgery. Oh, and I like to start my day with the easiest job and work my way up to the nasty stuff — I’ve always eaten the frog last. So I wasn’t looking forward to turning on the computer and starting my Monday by diving into the day’s toughest task. Yet, I finished my biggest job by noon — a new record, since I usually start it so late I have to work all evening to finish up.

Tuesday and, um, Wednesday…Shackle social media

E-mail, Facebook, Twitter…according to Mayo Clinic researchers, women spend at least one out of every seven minutes at work checking, and responding to, social media messages. And going online dozens of times daily can cut your productivity 25 percent or more, their studies suggest. To protect yourself, schedule specific times that you’ll log on — and limit how long you’ll stay online when you do, 

I failed miserably the first day I tried this — the second day was no picnic, either. I usually check my e-mail, Facebook and Twitter twice (okay, maybe three times) every hour, all day long. I’m addicted. But, after my intervention, I’ve cut myself down to four checks daily and, yes, I am getting a lot more done — but weaning myself off espresso was easier than this.

Thursday…Trim the to-do list

People spend at least 75 percent of their day doing tasks they feel are important though they could have delegated, put off or simply ignored most of them, 
Rx: Each morning, divide your day’s to-do list into two categories — things you could do, and things you must do. “Be ruthless and put as much as possible into that easily-ignored could do list,” says Val Wright, leadership growth expert and president of Val Wright Consulting in Seattle, Washington. “Then tackle your tasks in reverse order, so you start with the must-do’s, first, and only bother with the could-do’s if you have time — you’ll be shocked at how productive you are.” 

My original to-do list for the day: Tidy the living room, clean both bathrooms, mend my ripped shirt…oh, and work all day. My wallet-sized list of must do’s: Work and take 10 minutes to scrub the bathroom — the one my kids had spackled with dazzling blue toothpaste. The mending? I have lots of shirts, so I used the ripped one as a rag when I was washing the bathroom.

Friday…Prune your home

There’s no question it takes time to clean out overflowing closets, drawers, attics and basements, yet you could lose even more precious time if you don’t. According to a British research team, women spend up to 188 hours every year looking for things they’ve misplaced — like keys, remote controls, passports, and matching shoes. 

The good news: Your home doesn’t have to be perfectly organized to prevent this frustration. Start by getting rid of the things you no longer use or value, so you’ll have easier access to what you truly need, . Then sort through what’s remaining, and get a sense of where important items are stored, so you can find them fast when you need them, 
A small house fire might have made this job easier. I waded through the closets, junk drawers, trunks and other nooks and crannies, tossing anything I don’t use into bags and boxes for Goodwill. By bedtime, I’d filled seven big garbage bags and five boxes with stuff I wasn’t going to miss. My own cramped closet had lost one-third of its cargo. Who had I been kidding? Pants that were snug before I had babies weren’t going to fit again unless I had liposuction.

Saturday…Let your errands list grow

Do you run to the grocery store two or three times every week, plus make quick trips to other shops? You could save at least one hour every week just by combining your errands into one big trip, say researchers at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina. And, instead of writing what you need on a scrap of paper (or two), create a blank grocery list — with headings like fresh produce, frozen foods, canned goods and dairy — organized according to the layout of your supermarket. “Photocopy it and stick a fresh copy on the fridge each week,”  “You could save 30 minutes in the store, because you won’t be backtracking to find all the items you missed.” 

I hadn’t even considered it before, but when I did the math, I realized I was spending over six hours every week en route to the grocery store, farmer’s market, Walmart, etc. When I combined everything into a Saturday-morning shopping blitz, and used my spiffy new grocery list, I was home in 3-1/2 hours. It was almost embarrassing to realize how much time I’d been wasting running errands.

 

Sunday…Buy time, not things

Housework, hedge trimming, lawn mowing, car repairs…what chores soak up your time, despite the fact that you don’t enjoy doing them? Here’s a solution: “People spend well over $300 every year on gadgets they don’t truly need,” Skip a few unnecessary purchases, and use the money you save to hire someone to do the jobs you find draining. ”You’ll never miss the $20 it costs to get a teenager to mow your lawn,” says Davidson. “And you’ll win back something irreplaceable — your time.” 

The job I dislike the most? Cleaning the house Sunday night. I called a family meeting and we made a compromise — two meals out each month, instead of four. That was enough of a savings to pay a housecleaner to come in once each week to scour the place for us. One quick chat with my kids, and I’d shrugged off my biggest weekly aggravation. By 9:00 pm Sunday, my kids were happy, fed and in bed. I had no rugs to vacuum, no floors to wash, and no dusting to do. The evening was truly mine.

 
I finally shaved my legs.

நம் உடம்பை பற்றி தெரிந்து கொள்ளுங்கள் !


நம் உடம்பை பற்றி தெரிந்து கொள்ளுங்கள் !

நமது உடல், ஒவ்வொரு உடல் பாகத்திற்கென தனித்தனியே கடிகாரத்தின் அலாரத்தை முன்பதிவுசெய்து கொண்டு சுழன்றுகொண்டிருக்கிறது. ஒவ்வொரு உறுப்புக்கும் அதன்பணியை செய்து முடிக்க இரண்டு மணிநேரம் ஒதுக்கியுள்ளது. இரண்டு மணி நேரம் முடிந்ததும் மீண்டும் அலாரத்தை அடுத்த உறுப்புக்கு மாற்றி விடுகிறது.

விடியற்காலை 3.00 மணிமுதல் 5.00 மணிவரை நுரையீரலின் நேரம்.
இந்த நேரத்தில்சுவாசப் பயிற்சி செய்து காற்றின் மூலம் வரும் பிராண சக்தியை உடலுக்குள்அதிகமாகச் சேகரித்தால்ஆயுள் நீடிக்கும். தியானம் செய்யவும் ஏற்ற நேரம்இது.

விடியற்காலை 5.00 மணிமுதல் 7.00 மணிவரை பெருங்குடலின் நேரம்.
காலைக்கடன்களை இந்த நேரத்துக்குள் முடித்தே தீர வேண்டும்
மலச்சிக்கல் உள்ளவர்கள்இந்த நேரத்தில் எழுந்து கழிவறைக்குச் செல்லும்
பழக்கத்தைஏற்படுத்திக் கொண்டால் நாளடைவில் மலச்சிக்கல் தீரும்.
உயிரணுக்களின் எண்ணிக்கை மிகவும் அதிகமாக உள்ள நேரமும் கூட இதுவே.

காலை 7.00 மணி முதல் 9.00 மணிவரை வயிற்றின் நேரம்.
இந்த நேரத்தில் கல்லைத்தின்றாலும் வயிறு அரைத்துவிடும்
காலை உணவை பேரரசன் போல் உண்ணவேண்டும் என்று சொல்வார்கள்
இந்த நேரத்தில் சாப்பிடுவதுதான் நன்குசெரிமானமாகி உடலில் ஒட்டும்.

காலை 9.00 மணிமுதல் 11.00 மணி வரை மண்ணீரலின் நேரம்.
காலையில் உண்டஉணவை மண்ணீரல் செரித்து ஊட்டச் சத்தாகவும்
ரத்தமாகவும் மாற்றுகிற நேரம் இது. இந்த நேரத்தில் பச்சைத் தண்ணீர்கூடக் குடிக்கக்கூடாது.மண்ணீரலின்செரிமானசக்தி பாதிக்கப்படும்.

முற்பகல் 11.00 மணிமுதல் பிற்பகல் 1.00 மணி வரை இதயத்தின் நேரம்.
இந்தநேரத்தில் அதிகமாகப் பேசுதல், அதிகமாகக் கோபப்படுதல், அதிகமாகப் படபடத்தல்கூடாது இதயம் பாதிக்கப்படும். இதய நோயாளிகள் மிகமிக எச்சரிக்கையாக இருக்கவேண்டிய நேரம்.

பிற்பகல் 1.00 மணிமுதல் 3.00 மணிவரை சிறுகுடலின் நேரம்
இந்த நேரத்தில்மிதமாக மதிய உணவை உட்கொண்டு சற்றே ஓய்வெடுப்பது நல்லது.

பிற்பகல் 3.00 மணி முதல் மாலை 5.00 மணிவரை சிறுநீர்ப்பையின் நேரம்.
நீர்க்கழிவுகளை வெளியேற்ற சிறந்த நேரம்.

மாலை 5.00 மணி முதல் 7.00 மணி வரை சிறுநீரகங்களின் நேரம்.
பகல் நேரபரபரப்பிலிருந்து விடுபட்டு அமைதி பெற, எதிர்காலத்தைப் பற்றி சிந்திக்க, தியானம்செய்ய, வழிபாடுகள் செய்ய சிறந்த நேரம்.

இரவு 7.00 மணி முதல் 9.00 மணி வரை,பெரிகார்டியத்தின் நேரம்.
பெரிகார்டியம்என்பது இதயத்தைச் சுற்றி இருக்கும் ஒரு ஜவ்வு இதயத்தின் Shock absorber இரவு உணவுக்கு உகந்த நேரம் இது.

இரவு 9.00 மணி முதல் 11.00 மணி வரை,
டிரிப்பிள் ஹீட்டர் என்பது ஒரு உறுப்பல்ல,
உச்சந்தலை முதல் அடி வயிறு வரை உள்ள மூன்று பகுதிகளை
இணைக்கும்பாதை. இந்த நேரத்தில் உறங்கச் செல்வது நல்லது.

இரவு 11.00 மணி முதல் 1.00 மணி வரை பித்தப்பை இயங்கும் நேரம்.
இந்த நேரத்தில்தூங்காது விழித்திருந்தால் பித்தப்பை இயக்க குறைபாடு ஏற்படும்.

இரவு 1.00 மணி முதல் விடியற்காலை 3.00 மணி வரை கல்லீரலின் நேரம். இந்தநேரத்தில் நீங்கள் உட்காந்திருக்கவோ விழித்திருக்கவோ கூடாது கட்டாயம்படுத்திருக்க வேண்டும் உடல் முழுவதும் ஓடும் ரத்தத்தை கல்லீரல் தன்னிடத்தே வரவழைத்து சுத்திகரிக்கும் நேரம் இது.
இந்த பணியை நீங்கள் பாதித்தால் மறுநாள்முழுவதும் சுறுசுறுப்பில்லாமல் அவதிப்படுவீர்கள்.