Thursday, November 24, 2011

Mama.. the title

Pregnant.. again. Alhamdulillah. It's been almost 24 weeks now. Belly is getting bigger. Hmmm... and yet undefine emotions is coming in to me. Anxiety.. Worries... Excited.... I saw my baby on ultrasound scan. It's so wonderful when I saw my baby move and doing the thing baby do... Nothing can describe how I feel. "Baby, mama waiting for you patiently, hope you will grow up fine and healthy." " Mama's precious gift"

Saturday, November 19, 2011

I Should try this Focused Meditation

This is an article i got from How To site.....

Practice Focused Meditation

By , Guide
Updated May 17, 2006 Health's Disease and Condition content is reviewed by the Medical Review Board

This type of meditation involves focusing on something intently as a way of staying in the present moment and turning off your internal dialogue. Many people find this type of meditation easier to practice than classic meditation where you focus on nothing to quiet your mind. With focused meditation, you can choose to focus on almost anything that involves the senses, including sounds, visual pieces, tactile sensations, tastes and smells, and even the your own breathing! Here’s how:
Difficulty: Easy
Time Required: 5 to 30 Minutes
Here's How:
  1. Choose a target for your focus. The sound of a metronome, the smell of incense, or a pleasing picture are all popular choices. (If you need more ideas, here’s a list of things you can turn your attention to.)
  2. Get into a comfortable position, and relax your body.
  3. Turn your attention to your chosen target, and take in the sensation it provides. Focus on the sound, smell, sight, etc. and simply experience what it has to offer. The idea is not to think about it, but simply to experience it, being fully present in the moment.
  4. If your internal voice starts to analyze it, or begins to rehash stressful situations of the day, worry about the future, make a list for grocery shopping, or anything else, gently turn your attention back to your chosen target and the sensation it provides. Let your mind stay quiet and clear.
  5. If you find your mind engaging you and realize that you’re not being fully present with the sensations of your chosen target, don’t let your inner perfectionist beat you up for ‘doing it wrong’; simply congratulate yourself for noticing, and return back to the present moment and the sensations it has to offer.
  6. That’s it. It may sound a little strange or difficult to understand as you’re reading this, but as you practice this type of meditation, it will become easier and make more sense. The more you practice, the more benefits you will experience. Enjoy!
  1. Give it time. Meditation often takes practice. If you’re expecting to do it ‘perfectly’, you may actually create more stress for yourself than you relieve, and you won’t want to stick with it.
  2. Start with shorter sessions—like five minutes—and work your way up to longer sessions—like 30. With practice, this type of meditation becomes easier and more effective.
  3. If the experience is frustrating for you and you don’t really want to continue, you may find more success with other types of meditation like the Karate Breathing Meditation.
What You Need:
  • Some quiet, private time.
  • Comfortable clothes.
  • A willing attitude and an open mind.

Thursday, November 17, 2011

Couldn't sleep

My day off today, and I took a long sleep this afternoon, and now I just can't sleep. Anxiety? Some..

In this modern life, a lot of things becomes issues in everybody's life. I mean, there's a lot of things that became important and became necessity in peoples life. Examples, transportation, medical bills, insurance, secured job, etc etc. While if I was in the ancient age, I don't need insurance, transportation? medical bills? Really.. I think that's why people in the modern world so stress out and depress. Actually, that what's going on in my mind now. I should prepare for a lot of things. (I'm stress)...

Friday, November 11, 2011

Problems with Focusing and concentrating...

I have some problem with focusing my mind, or concentrating on certain things... So I took the time to surf around in the net to find some tips that are useful for me. And I found some tips, I got them together to share with others.. This tips were post by   ...

Clear Your Foggy, Fuzzy Thinking

Have you ever been in a fog during a meeting with your boss, or have trouble clearing your head during an important talk with your teenager? Fuzzy thinking can intrude when we least want it! This simple exercise will clear away those fuzzies when they occur. Learn how to take a quick break, get re-centered, and focused:

1. Stretch your whole body while leaning gently left, right, back and forward. Be sure to stretch your toes.

2. Stand with your feet a comfortable distance apart and bend your knees slightly.

3. Focus your mental energy on your third eye. Focus on a simple image of a ball of light. Still your mind, think only on this ball. Keep your focus on it until you see the ball of light clearly.

4. While looking straight ahead, bring your hands together, cupping them toward each other without touching, in front of your chest. See the ball of light there between your cupped, parallel hands.

5. Holding the ball of light, move your hands in front of your belly while still standing straight.

6. Slowly move your hands and the ball of light up your body to your forehead/third eye. Inhale deeply as you do so and let the light pervade your mind.

7. Move the ball of light and your hands back down to your belly as you exhale.

8. Repeat this process three times or more.

9. At the last inhalation, release the ball of light. It fills your mind with energy and clarity.

10. Relax. Get to work!

8 Tips to Focus Your Mind

Mental clutter, hyper-mind, head on overdrive—we’ve all been there. Here is some soothing relief.
Try these simple suggestions for slowing things down. Your concentration and memory will improve, you will gain greater perspective on your life, and you’ll be able to think more clearly and with less effort.
Learn to relax your mind as you relax your body, to reap the benefits of less stress, and gain a more calm and mindful awareness of the present moment. You will be surprised how easy it can be.

1. Witness your thoughts. No one can stop thinking entirely; it is impossible. If you start trying not to think, you only end up thinking about how to stop thinking! What you can do, however, is to withdraw from your thoughts and become more of an objective spectator.

2. Picture your mind as a blank canvas or a dark sky. Allow your thoughts to come and go, but resist the urge to follow each one. Your brain will eventually slow down and you will feel less pressured.

3. Count. If you find it difficult to let go of your thoughts, try counting slowly as you breathe. Watch your thoughts and try to resist following them. Turn your attention to the count as you breathe out.

4. Pay active attention. As you work and think, try to keep your attention on the task at hand. Be strict with yourself and each time your mind wanders, return it to the task. As you keep refocusing your attention, your “mind stillness” will improve.

5. Still your body. One sign of fragmented attention is fragmented movement. For example, when you are at the theatre, it is easy to tell if others around you are fully attentive to the performance. People who sniff and sigh, move their heads this away and that, and wiggle in their seats are having some difficulty concentrating. Rapt attention is usually accompanied by still body posture.

6. Find a comfortable position and don’t allow yourself to move. Concentrate on what you are doing or watching, drawing your attention away from physical distractions, and focus your thoughts on your task. After a while, you will notice that you fidget less and feel less physical discomfort. You are now channeled into mental exertion.

7. Interest your mind. Try to find interest in projects to help you concentrate. Taking up a new hobby can be a tremendous help. You should also try to find something interesting even in the dullest chore. If you are at a gathering, find someone and start a conversation. Be inquisitive and you might discover you have similar interests.

8. Open the mind. Just as strength, stamina and flexibility must be incorporated in your physical routine, the mind needs new and absorbing challenges to give it a change from its everyday journey. Notice something new on the same way home that you might not have noticed before. Buy a magazine on a subject you normally wouldn’t look at, read it, and open yourself to new possibilities.

For people who have problems similar to mine, these are few tips we can apply.

a qoute:

"Man's mind stretched to a new idea,
never goes back to its original dimensions."

Oliver Wendell Holmes



Wednesday, November 9, 2011

perasaan ku....

Semalam,,,, terasa terharu dan sebak sangat. Semalam aku menangis dengan sebaknya di sebelah suamiku yang tidur nyenyak. Semalam, terasa diri ini bertuah sangat, kerana dianugerahkan cinta seorang suami dan akan dikurniakan seorang bayi (InsyaAllah). Kerana aku merasakan aku tak layak untuk semua rahmat yang Allah berikan, kerana tiada suatu kebaikan pun yang aku rasa berbaloi untuk dianugerahi sebegini rupa. Namun, Allah Maha Besar, Allah Maha Pemurah, Dia memberikan apa-apa yang Dia mahu kepada sesiapa yang Dia inginkan. Ya Allah, sesungguhnya Engkaulah Tuhan yang Satu, dan Engkau mempunyai kekuasaan mutlakterhadap makhluk ciptaanMu. Ya Allah, aku bersyukur kepadaMu dan syukur dan puji adalah hanya kepadaMu.

Thursday, November 3, 2011


Looking for inspirations to write, or waiting for one.... Hmmm.. Need to increase my reading materials. I have lost a lot of time of not reading. I used to read alot of things. But now, I guess life just gained into me. Heheheh Funny?? Guess so. I think I'll start reading other funny blog or something. In real I like thrillers and ghost stories. Ghost stories?? I guess I've grown up, ghost stories became a bore to me. But I still have interests in thrillers and suspense.... hmmmmmmmmm Puzzle is best.