Flow State Alex Azzi's research map

My research on flow states

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1. How to enter the ‘flow state’ for effortless creativity by Matt Davis

2. Combine chocolate with mao I (cinnamon)

3. Visualize being in flow

3.1. Address the fear

4. Increased happiness

5. Gotzler

5.1. Pomodoro technique

5.2. Pavlock / self punishment

5.3. Distraction free zone

5.4. Why is the outcome important for you

5.5. Set goals

5.6. Intermittent fasting / keto

5.7. Limit resources

5.7.1. What do I need or want flow for

5.8. Binaural beats

5.9. Create a powerful morning routine

6. 17 Triggers

6.1. Accelerate / catalyze entrance into flow states

6.2. 4 Psychological

6.2.1. Intensely focused attention

6.2.2. Clear goals

6.2.3. Immediate feedback

6.2.4. Challenge : Skills ratio

6.3. 3 Environmental

6.3.1. High consequences

6.3.2. Deep embodiment

6.3.3. Rich environment

6.4. Sense of control

6.5. 9 Social

6.5.1. Serious concentration

6.5.2. Shared, clear goals

6.5.3. Good communication

6.5.4. Familiarity

6.5.5. Risk

6.5.6. Close listening

6.5.7. Always say yes

6.6. 1 Creative

6.6.1. Pattern recognition with risk taking

6.6.1.1. Equal participation & skill level

7. Science

7.1. Neuroscience

7.1.1. Transient hypofrontality

7.1.2. Exercise induced

7.1.3. Neurochemistry

7.1.3.1. Neurotransmitters

7.1.3.1.1. Pre frontal cortex

7.1.3.1.2. Dopamine

7.1.3.1.3. Norapinephrine

7.1.3.1.4. Seratonin

7.1.3.2. Endorphins

7.1.3.3. Anandamide

7.1.3.4. Cocktail released

7.1.3.4.1. Hormones

7.1.4. Neuroanatomy

7.1.4.1. Dorsolateral prefrontal cortex deactivated

7.1.4.1.1. Inner critic

7.1.4.1.2. Voice of doubt / disparagement

7.1.4.1.3. Less critical

7.1.4.1.4. More courageous

7.1.4.1.5. Abilities augmented

7.1.4.1.6. Imagine new possibilities

7.1.5. Neurobiology

7.1.5.1. Flow is product of profound changes in brain function

7.1.5.2. Brainwaves move from fast moving beta to slow borderline between alpha and theta

7.1.5.3. Alpha

7.1.5.3.1. Day dreaming

7.1.5.4. Theta

7.1.5.4.1. REM

7.1.5.4.2. Just before sleep

7.1.5.4.3. Ideas combine in radical ways

8. Sort

8.1. Overthinking

8.1.1. Pre frontal cortex

8.2. Time periods

8.2.1. Long term

8.2.2. Short term

8.3. Focus

8.4. Midpoint between boredom and anxiety

8.5. Addictive

8.5.1. Autotelic

8.6. Happiness

8.6.1. Aristotle conclusion

8.6.2. What people want more than anything

8.7. Extreme situational awareness

8.7.1. How to get if?

8.7.1.1. Pay more attention

8.8. Skills

8.8.1. Automized

8.8.2. 3-4

8.9. Hyper ergonomics

8.9.1. No friction

8.9.1.1. Intention

8.9.1.2. Action

8.9.2. How to get it

8.9.2.1. Work out the kinks

8.10. Feel the force don’t force the feel

9. What is Flow

9.1. Subset

9.1.1. Non Ordinary States of Consciousness

9.1.1.1. Types

9.1.1.1.1. Dreams

9.1.1.1.2. Trance

9.1.1.1.3. Possession

9.1.1.2. Functional

9.1.1.2.1. Optimal

9.1.1.2.2. Those states or experiences which take us out of ourselves

9.1.1.3. Disfunctional

9.1.1.3.1. Mental illnesss

9.2. Ecstasis

9.3. Experience STER

9.3.1. Selfnessness

9.3.1.1. Reboot for nervous system / psychology

9.3.1.2. Inner critic

9.3.1.3. Neurosis

9.3.1.4. Provides objective experience of subjective life

9.3.1.4.1. Subject object shift

9.3.1.4.2. Robert Keegan

9.3.1.5. Monkey suit

9.3.2. Timelessness

9.3.2.1. Montessori

9.3.2.1.1. 3 hours

9.3.3. Effortlessness

9.3.3.1. Pain relief

9.4. Richness

9.4.1. Insight connection innovation outpaced

9.4.2. Heightened pattern recognition

9.4.3. Lateral thinking

9.5. Characteristics

9.5.1. Complete concentration on a task

9.5.2. Clarity of goals, immediate feedback, and a reward in mind

9.5.3. Transformation of time (speeding up or slowing down of time)

9.5.4. Intrinsically rewarding experience – an end in-and-of itself

9.5.5. Effortlessness and ease

9.5.6. Balance between challenge and skills

9.5.7. Actions merge with awareness — a loss of self-conscious rumination

9.5.8. Feelings of control over the task

9.5.9. Subjective feeling

9.5.9.1. Senses heightened

9.5.9.2. Concentration laser focused

9.5.9.2.1. Everything else falls away

9.5.9.3. Action and awareness merge

9.5.9.4. Sense of self disappears

9.5.9.4.1. Self consciousness

9.5.9.5. Time distortion

9.5.9.5.1. Slows down

9.5.9.5.2. Speeds up

9.5.9.6. All aspects of performance are heightened

10. Research

10.1. Origin

10.1.1. Cross species communication

10.2. Articles

10.2.1. How to Enter the Flow State by Marelisa

10.2.1.1. What Is The State of Flow

10.2.1.2. The Point at Which You Hit the State of Flow

10.2.1.3. How Does It Feel to Be in the Flow

10.2.1.4. How to Achieve the Flow State

10.2.1.5. Conclusion

10.2.2. ‘Flow’ Can Help You Achieve Goals by Kendra Cherry

10.2.2.1. How Does it Feel to Experience Flow

10.2.2.2. How to Achieve Flow

10.2.2.3. Applications and Examples of Flow

10.2.2.4. The Benefits of Flow

10.2.3. Flow State: What It Is and How to Achieve It by Alayna Cherry

10.2.3.1. Nice short article

11. Definition

11.1. Optimal state of consciousness, a peak state, where we both feel our best and perform our best

11.2. Being in "The Zone"

11.3. The most desirable state on earth?

11.3.1. Most elusive

11.3.2. Except for adventure atheletes

11.4. Stella Grizont

11.4.1. The experience of complete absorption in a particular endeavor

11.4.2. “True engagement is when we are so lost in the task at hand that we lose a sense of time and space. We even forget ourselves, our ego [and its] ruminations.”

12. Benefits

12.1. Creativity

12.1.1. Most important skill

12.1.1.1. Partnership for 21st century skills

12.1.1.1.1. 250 researchers at 60 institutions

12.1.1.2. Global survey of 1500 top execs by IBM of most desirable qualities in CEO

12.1.2. Australia study

12.1.2.1. Tricky brain teaser

12.1.2.2. No one solved

12.1.2.3. Transcranial stimulation

12.1.2.3.1. 23 solved in record time

12.1.3. Harvard study

12.1.3.1. Teresa Amiable

12.1.3.2. People are more creative in flow and after

12.1.3.3. Trains us to be more creative

12.1.4. Theta state

12.2. Increased productivity

12.2.1. McKinsey study

12.2.1.1. 10 years

12.2.1.2. Found top execs 500% more productive in flow

12.3. Accelerated learning

12.4. Motivation

12.5. Overcoming fear

12.6. Improved performance

12.6.1. Physical

12.6.2. Mental

12.7. Better sleep

12.7.1. Rest / recovery ?

13. History

13.1. Mihaly

13.1.1. Largest psychological surveys ever in 1970s

13.1.1.1. Questioning about best

13.1.1.1.1. Performance

13.1.1.1.2. Feeling

13.1.1.2. Started with experts

13.1.1.2.1. Chess

13.1.1.2.2. Surgeons

13.1.1.2.3. Dancers

13.1.1.3. All walks of life

13.1.1.3.1. Italian farmers

13.1.1.3.2. Navajo sheepherders

13.1.1.3.3. Chicago assembly line workers

13.1.1.3.4. Elderly Korean women

13.1.2. Ability vs challenge framework

13.1.2.1. 2

13.1.3. Flow test