What do you do when you return to a room only to forget why?

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Rather than attributing this to a premature senior moment,
consider making it centering practice.
Pause take a few breaths and think back to the moment you decided to return to get something
In your imagination re-live that moment.

Let go of the busy-ness in your brain.  You will remember.

Do you have other suggestions?

 
 

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  1. dorothy

    I walk back to the room I just left, pause, and generally I become sufficiently centered that I remember what I wanted.

  2. Tony

    I generally try to remember what I was working on or what I was doing that prompted me to go into that room.

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