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Voluntary and Involuntary Focus
  • Improve Concentration Main page
  • Voluntary and Involuntary Focus
  • Other Elements of Focus.
  • Methods to Increase Concentration.
  • Help in Improving Concentration.
  • Focus Sustainment Duration Test.
  • More Notes.

  • Involuntary focus is backed up by your interests. Its easy to concentrate on something you like very much like a good book. If you have ever lost yourself in the enjoyment of a movie or concert, you might have noticed that concentration comes naturally when you are absorbed in something you enjoy. That kind of involuntary focus requires no effort or will, and everybody has it to some degree in the area of their interest.

    Voluntary focus is directed by your own decision backed by the deliberate effort of will. This is when you are concentrated on one thing only to the exclusion of everything else. At any given moment various impressions converge upon the mind and your focus tend to wander to other things. Other sensations, thoughts, emotions and feelings tend to intrude because this is the normal way in which experience works. But by deliberate effort of will you bring your focus back to the chosen topic.


    © Gardar Gardarsson, 2003. All Rights Reserved.