By Remez Sasson
I receive a lot of mail each day from website visitors. Some of them send me a mail, thanking me for the information at the website, and some asking questions concerning self-improvement, personal problems, meditation, motivation, creative visualization, and other related subjects.
I try to read all the messages, and if I can help, send a reply, or refer the person who asked the question to one of my articles.
If you have a question, read through the website, before emailing me, since the answer is most probably already there.
There are website visitors, who send very long emails, but since I have other things to do, such emails are either not read, or read only some time later. Short mails are always preferred, and they receive a faster response.
Many of the questions I receive concern concentration, focus and the inner chatter that goes on in the mind.
People are worried about their concentration and want to improve it. They tell me that they are unable to concentrate at work or when they study. They tell me that their mind wanders, and they find it difficult to fix it on one thing.