I often experience my focus dropped when my desire increases. How does both related?

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I think desire and intensity are Proportional to each other. so focus should be gain and become more steady. it could only happen if you have multiple desire that are non-relative to each other and that leads to confusion.

And your confusion is the factor that dropping your focus. you need to prioritize your desire and than determined your objective so you can gain focus to achieve satisfaction to your desire.

good luck.

  • if you have multiple desire that are non-relative to each other and that leads to confusion. Very good point. – DrunkenMaster May 30 '17 at 8:07
  • @user3796318 thanks you can up-vote or accept if you like. i would like to know was it your case? – Nisarg Desai May 30 '17 at 9:09

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