Sunday, June 17, 2007

Continuing Studies on a Limited Brain

This is sort of related to the "finding time" thread, but not exactly the same thing. I know we have a lot of scholarly-oriented people here. I also know that there are probably times in everyone's life when they just absolutely cannot dredge up the brainpower to get through dry scholarly texts no matter how much they want to. (Right? It's not just me?) I was wondering how y'all deal with that.

I mean, one option would be to just let the study go for now and concentrate on my existing practice and come back to it when I've got more brain again. But, you know, I know myself. I don't want to procrastinate, because then I'll wind up just procrastinating more. I want to keep learning about stuff, to keep developing and growing my practice and my understanding of my path... but my brain isn't cooperating. (It's been eaten by the baby.)

There's the option of trying to do lighter study, too, using sources that aren't as dry and heavy, but I'm not sure where to start even looking.

And I could try to find more brain power, but I'm not 100% sure that's actually possible. LOL

So... any ideas or suggestions? Am I just being too impatient, or is there something I can do about this?

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