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  1. “To get out of the comfort zone, you must first enter the comfort zone, and we have no money” – quote from somewhere.

    People who didn't know comfort, and now they do, don't have to run out of it in hunger and cold just because someone else is sick of comfort already. If you've been comfortable yourself, let someone else be.

  2. Uniquely. When you feel comfortable, you don't spend energy, including on thinking. Try to strain your brain with something more complicated than the news feed-a task whose result is unknown and you will immediately feel like you want to sleep, eat, dust, take out the garbage-just not to think.

    This state of comfort is caused by the brain's support of low energy consumption. When the brain starts to really work, their energy consumption is up to 25% of the total energy of the body. Naturally, evolutionarily such an expensive brain is unprofitable and therefore it is “overgrown” with protection mechanisms against excessive thinking on all sorts of unnecessary topics like work.

    However, being in the “comfort zone” gives not only bliss, but also brings the time of vascular sclerosis closer due to the lack of blood supply to the “non-thinking” brain fields. Love to lie on the couch – your old age will be just as serene, without thoughts that interfere with relaxation. An important caveat is that with the onset of insanity, a significant part of the brain responsible for sexual life will also undergo sclerosis. Advanced fighters of the sofa troops will be not only senile but also impotent old men 🙂


  3. yes elementary arguments.

    First, the term comfort zone is mostly about hen parties for self-development. you know that. this phrase can be replaced with many other adequate ones (think up yourself at your own discretion or take from those already used by psychologists earlier). also, this phrase is very, very smacks of all sorts of commercial coaching or even worse mentoring with the use of hypnosis, but that's not the point…�

    in general, in this situation, all the great idlers who have achieved perfection: in cooking, in origami, as sommeliers, as contemplatives, as card sharpers, et cetera et cetera, who worked not hard labor, but quietly, without any risk to their health, conducted this activity as any kind of hobby, as a pleasant hobby and achieved perfection in something (insert anything) without bloody sweat – they should all be leveled to the level of outsiders? the very idea that you need to get something in self-development through flour and sweat is essentially nonsense. the less effort we make to achieve the final result , and the fewer mistakes we make, the more effective our efficiency will be. Mendeleev discovered the periodic table while idly indulging in sleep lying in bed, Newton discovered the law of gravitation while dreaming in the garden when an apple hit him on the head. so in general, and in any psychological work on yourself, great efforts to change yourself are not required. you don't need to change yourself at all. it takes a lot of effort if you are counteracted by some nurtured vice in the form of a heavy darkening effect. otherwise, all we need to do is shift some kind of focus in the mind in a different direction. human nature itself is inherently perfect, so all you have to do is return yourself to the originally omniscient state, which is really as simple as turning on the ignition keys in a car.

    we do the best things quite easily, and in the final form, formulas like E=MC2-look also at ease, a master juggler with sharp blades looks as if he does it without effort, and so any overall skill, if it has become a real skill, is done quite easily and easily by the master who does it, and there is not the slightest self-control required.

    is it worth talking about the super-value of such concepts: like peace, cosiness, comfort, home, family nest, etc.? if that's not the value, then what is it? _O�

    so get this phrase out of your head and forget it soon, forget it do you hear (!) since there is no use in it, just empty chatter at best, or false priorities at worst.

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