Studies confirm an increase

Studies confirm an increase in happiness when people focus attention on what they are doing, rather than when their minds are wandering.

Certain brain regions become active when our attention is not occupied with a task. 

These envisage futures compatible with our needs and desires and planning how those might be brought about.

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