Sunday, January 17, 2010

Tuning our body's internal clock

Tuning our body's internal clock
We normally set alarm clock to wake up at early morning or set alarm to remind our do's. Sometimes we can not follow the alarm. For example, I set alarm to wake up at early morning, say 5.30 am. Though the alarm rings at 5.30 a.m. i could not wake up. At the same time i wake up at times, a milker make a door bell rings at the early morning, then i immediately wake up for getting the milk pocket.
A second instant that i can recall is that i wake up early morning, say at 4.00 a.m. in order for catching up a train at 5.30. a.m. From the second instant, i infer that if there is a need of urgency or emergency our internal clock wake up at the scheduled time which is not a alarm clock.
So our mind can be used as a clock. If we are able to practice our mind clock to our all schedule then we need not have any external physical alarm or reminder for do's or don't do's


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