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How to Divert my Mind

This mnemonic I chant whenever I want to divert my mind/brain. You can use them to divert your mind from negative thoughts, from love, from boyfriend/girlfriend, someone, after breakup, stress, and eating.

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DAREROR-Description, Action, Result, Emotion, Reaction, Order say, Reasson

Broad Classification
Reason
Origin
Attributes
Decision

Perceptions
Actions
Intensity
Noun
Time
Interrelationships
Number
Goal
Senses

Subconscious
Mystery
Intellect
Law
Emotions
Reference
Safety

System
Process
Area
Result
Experience
Delegation

FARMERS
ODASCOM
Risk

Mutitasking
Yes/No

Change
Response/Stimuli
Over
Situation
Skills
Emergency
Danger

Proof
Limitations
Agent/accessories
Necessity
Thankfulness
Error
Reimagine
Superlative

Theft
Overalluniverse

Waste
Intra/interpersonal/Extrapersonal
Temptations
HEARTS

Minimalism
Rewards

Practice
Identity
Memory
Potential

Conflict
Library of knowledge
Influence
Variety
Excellence

Permission
Accident
Things
Caught
Help
Eagerly awaiting
Restriction
Secret

Fantasy
Example
Equal
Total nill (NULL)
Solution: SHRAFT: Solution, Happy, Rightalready, Adapt, Flexible, Time.

I simply chant them everyday as I think the entire universe has the above mnemonic common in their existence. Just to divert my mind if things get complicated in life.

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