Mastering our time
Every day… waking up, moving fast, doing so many things at once, having one day to accomplish expectations, goals, dreams and at the end we have done too much. We often operate in a “too much” modus. In an overflow of activity.
Is there enough time to digest what we experience? do we offer to ourselves enough quality time to reflect, to feel the effects of our actions? are we mastering our time?
Do we accept the idea of doing a bit less?
Let us change the tempo. Choose a retreat, step out of the daily routine and retreat to nature.
Re connecting to nature is what truly matters. Stepping out of what is ordinary to review our attitude towards the things we do.
Cultivating a balanced, refreshed mind.
Making the choice to master creatively our time. In other words, taking a time out_
Enjoying a time out, honouring the body and offering rest.
Retreating in nature is healing and emotionally supportive. As nature is the sweet reminder of a forgotten wisdom. We connect to nature in order to sense another perception of time. Time without obstacles – a space where everything flows _ a retreat of the routine.
In nature we feel serene, content, inspired. here there is space to reflect upon our actions.
we take time to be mindful. to master this space between two breaths.
We breath the pulse of nature and this reshapes our ability to react, soothens the mind, nourishes our soul.
The moment we re -establish an authentic connection with the universal soul we will feel joy , mental strength and self-confidence.
For us to decide and Retreat now.