a: Concentration ~
b: toddler learning to walk

What: "Access concentration is like a toddler learning to walk. The child can take a few steps but repeatedly falls down. In contrast, absorption concentration is like an adult who is able to stand and walk for an entire day without falling down. A modern metaphor would be of a top spinning. In access concentration, the top needs constant attention, wobbles frequently, and falls down. Inabsorption, the top spins in a centered way on its own."

Writer: Stephen Snyder, ‎Tina Rasmussen
Date: Feb 12 2014 4:48 PM

Send a comment/complaint about this entry to Metamia.com:


Please provide any other details you think
will be useful to us in the text area below.