Watch the video to experience the particular kind of “fascination that maintains our ability to concentrate, willingly, with little effort, and more effectively. This is soft fascination, as proposed by the psychologist Stephen Kaplan. Soft fascination is best for recuperation as it provides opportunities for reflection, is non-taxing, and deals less with exaggeration and its attendant disturbances.” Today, you can just find your own puddle and practice soft fascination to restore your fatigued attention. Or if you want to learn more about the theory, find time to read the full  article on “Soft Fascination” as an introduction to the ideas. Or may be both!

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