- Implementation 1:
Take a book and count the number of words in any paragraph. Count them again to
be sure that it was right. Start with another paragraph and when it becomes simpler
count all the words on the page. Perform this mentally and only with your eyes.
This is simple exercise to improve concentration.
- Implementation 2:
Take a small simple object such as a spoon, a fork or a glass.
Learn to concentrate on it and watch the object from all sides lacking
verbalization, that is, with no words in your mind. Just watch the object without
thinking with words about it.
- Implementation 3:
Draw a small geometrical map, about 3 inches in size, such as a triangle, a rectangle
or a circle. Paint it with any color you wish and concentrate on it. Only see the
map. Do not think of any words, only the map exists. Watch the map in front of you
and try not to strain your eyes.
- Implementation 4:
Close your eyes and start to visualize the digit one in front of you and say "one"
in your mind when you see it clearly. Allow the one to disappear and start to visualize
the digit two and say "two" loud in your mind when you see it. Do this procedure
up to 100 if you can.
- Implementation 5:
Get an object like a half eaten cookie, a coin, a pen - anything. Try to relax every
muscle in your body and concentrate on the object. Start thinking about its shape,
color, material etc and try to memorize its form. Then close your eyes and try to
visualize it in front of you. If you can’t, open your eyes again and start all over
again. Follow this exercise to improve your concentration.