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Stop and feel, let’s see what happens. Below are a series of points to lead you to see what surrounds you from the most important point of view: your well-being.
Taking time for yourself, to lower the intensity of your life, is something that not everyone understands as “doing the most with your time.” But maybe it’s a smarter way to do it, because after stopping … a lot of things happen.
It is important to stop and feel
You will wonder why it is so important to do so… well, we will explain it to you.
There are several factors that make this non-action an act of utmost importance for well-being in one’s life:
Relaxing and resting is very important because it helps us repair, and that is necessary. Doing it in nature and in a pleasant environment can be healing.
We live stressed and overloaded, which makes us feel agitated: more in the mind and less sensitive. Most of the time we make decisions based on what we think and not on what we feel. The body is blocking and stiffening and we don’t realize it… until it gets sick. Stopping is a way to reconnect with the body. Stopping reconnects us with that internal listening that we sometimes lose sight of. Stop and feel, you will live your body.
It is amazing to perform healing activities such as therapies, sports, hobbies, etc. But often, behind all these “doings”, there may be background feelings that you may be covering: Anxiety? Sadness? Loneliness? Anger? Dissatisfaction? Well, stopping is a magic formula for the hidden to surface. By stopping, these background feelings are shed light on, traversed and, finally, left behind.
When lowering the level of intensity we access a greater sense of peace and serenity. We also become more aware of what we think, what we feel and the environment. This makes us live with a degree of sensitivity and openness that translates into living with greater presence, in the here and now. Stop and feel, you will become aware.
Being calm does not mean getting bored or subtracting energy or vitality at all. On the contrary, it is a way of harmonizing and increasing your energy efficiency. You will feel more vital and cheerful without having a special reason for it. This is your natural state and where we want to take you back to.
We could establish a comparison as a graphic example of what we may feel before and after having consciously stopped to take time for yourself: The difference between entering a closed room, in the dark, where someone has slept in and the air is charged… or entering a room that has been ventilated, with the windows open and the air feels fresh and renovated. Which one would you choose?
Stop and feel: It will bring out what you have inside.