If you regularly find your mind "dispersed," as Thich Nhat Hahn puts it - or "racing," "fragmented," "always on"; if you find it difficult, outside of sleep, to slow the mind down, and you have a sense that living with such a mind is impacting your quality of life in a negative way, you might find comfort in establishing a regular mindfulness meditation practice. If so, it would be a privilege to support you.
The quality of my own day to day life has been utterly transformed by integrating into it the practice of mindfulness meditation. While my teachers, and my own practice, are rooted in the Buddhist tradition, I consider mindfulness to be a necessary skill in the work of transformation and an all-but-necessary skill for sustaining health in a highly stimulating and fast-moving modern world.
If you're eager to learn more about the impact of having a mindfulness practice and/or are serious about establishing a regular meditation practice in your daily life, I freely offer my guidance, support and resources.
“Each time we find ourselves dispersed and find it difficult to gain control of ourselves by different means, the method of watching the breath should always be used.”
-Thich Nhat Hanh