Introduction:Why would anyone want to know what the top five free flowing thought facts were? You did! That is why you are reading this list so you can find out first of all what they are and then you will see if you want to read the description beneath each one. You will then determine if they are actually free flowing thought facts at all.
Over three million people click every 23 seconds to search free flowing thoughts. I just clicked on those words to produce these results for you to know. Go ahead and put "Free flowing thoughts" in your search engine and see what number you come up with for them.Your search engine might be more or less than my results.
An off the top of my head definition would be these words: 1. What ever comes to my mind
2. What ever I am doing at the time that is requiring me to think
3. The act of letting the mind wander anywhere it wants to go.
4. Putting in my thoughts about something and allowing my mind to take them where they actually end up landing.
Depending on the frame of mind, my free flowing thoughts will be happy, sad, deep thinking thoughts or passing through as if they don't need to remain in my head at all. Did you ever think of something and go into another area of that thinking and wonder how you got to that place? Your mind led you there and let you stop for a moment and you reflected on going backwards to figure our what you originally were thinking before you got side tracked.
In a noisy environment some people actually work well.As the thoughts come in, they might keep time to the noise around them to complete the thought process. Some people need complete silence to concentrate on their thoughts. When a person is distracted by cold or a cool draft some people work faster just to get out of the cold. Some people are affected just the opposite with their environment being detrimental to their thoughts causing them to not be able to let fleeting thoughts come in at all until their environment is suitable for them.
The anxious person gets annoyed when they cannot think of what they want to at the time they give themselves. By the time the free flowing thoughts come to them they are so upset that they don't appreciate the fact that those thoughts returned to them.The non concentrating person lets the thoughts come and go so quickly they might not even realize they did not grasp those thoughts to use at any given time.
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