Close your eyes for a second, and take a break. You’re always looking at so many things all the time. From text messages to excel sheets, to advertisements, to traffic lights….you get it…Your perspective is always overly stimulated with a multitude of sensory overloads. So take a second, breath, and actually take in what you’re looking at. What do you notice? What stands out? Maybe nothing at all does because you’re so used to shifting your attention quickly to keep up.
This can impact your visual perception and keep it at a shallow level, and you end up missing out on a lot of important details that make up the big picture. One of the best ways to sharpen your mind and expand the depth of your perception is to take the time to go through puzzles like this with intention.
Can You Find The Red Heart?
How easy is it for you to find the beauty in the world, or rather how hard is it? In other words, is your cup half full or half-empty? if it’s half-empty is it’s likely due to your perspective. The amount of water in the cup is the same in both cases but it all depends on how you frame it. often we lose sight of the beautiful things in the world even when we’re surrounded by it.
It can be hard to take note of small things that make life worth living when everything feels like it’s going wrong. We tend to fixate on the negative because it’s outside of our control rather than accentuate the positives that are around us if we just look for them.