How to Get Into Flow on Purpose
We know that being in flow feels awesome, that it’s a state that we aspire to, and that it’s something we’re capable of achieving. We know that when we find that rhythm and get in the zone we’ll be able to accomplish some really stellar things. But what do we do when we feel like flow state is missing from our life, like we haven’t been visited by this particular version of genius in some time?
Well, my friend, we can induce flow state and enter it on our own, with a little time and intention.
In fact, inducing flow is a skill to add to your rapid state-change toolbox. You know, that thing that moves you from Point A to Point B, and fast? From stressed to zen, from tired to energized. We can move from stagnant and uninspired to flow state and inspiration with a few techniques. And no, none of it involves a neurotoxin linked to seven different types of cancer that also makes you text your ex when you don’t mean to. That’s a win!