Physics & the Mind: Indecisive Thinking

Friction, in both the physical and metaphorical sense, plays a crucial role in our lives. Physically, friction is the resistance that one surface or object encounters when moving over another, a fundamental force without which we couldn’t walk or hold objects.

When it comes to decision-making, friction manifests as indecisive thinking, where mental resistance to making a choice leads to a stall or delay in action. This kind of friction can be debilitating, as it hampers progress and often results in missed opportunities or prolonged periods of inactivity. Overcoming this mental friction requires a blend of clarity, confidence, and the willingness to take risks, pushing past the stall to make definitive choices.

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  1. Overcoming friction, or our procrastination and inability to take action, is most often due to socialized and indoctrinated beliefs we’ve subconsciously absorbed over our lifetime. Especially the limiting, fear-based beliefs we were taught as children in our homes, schools, from our televisions and radios, from our churches, synagogues and the like. Delving into these beliefs created in the past, with the intent to determine their veracity, the current usefulness, and how we think they serve us – or not- in the present, is a useful way to understand and clear the resistance that is creating the friction within you.

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