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“The monotony and solitude of a quiet life stimulates the creative mind.”

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“The monotony and solitude of a quiet life stimulates the creative mind.”

  • Sebastien Grynko
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“The monotony and solitude of a quiet life stimulates the creative mind.”

I live in that solitude which is painful in youth, but delicious in the years of maturity - Albert Einstein

 

It might be hard to believe that someone as awesome as the Supermonk spends most of his time alone but he does.

And by that I do not mean he’s playing video, watching videos that stimulates dopamine a tad, bit too much..

NO

He dwells in solitude. He embraces it. He finds solace in that refuge. He knows all too well the mind needs to be left alone at times.

He does not feel as our friend Akon sings it, lonely.. No he does not.. Nor does he despise the proximity with other beings.

 

 

For the most of us we live in cities surrounded by hundreds of thousands, sometimes millions of strangers yet we feel lonely. Whereas in a past no so distant we used to live in tribes where we knew all but 40 people at most but those people all had a role an importance.

Sebastien Junger. Author of the excellent book Tribe describes it all too well.

Solitude is not only and necessarily physical withdrawal from the presence of other beings is also the parting ways even for just a few moments from things that will inevitably make you feel unwholesome states of mind and emotions.

I’m talking about social media, porn, movies, tv shows, video games, all this virtuality and stimulation does not bode well with our minds.

We need ourselves the gift of solitude. The real one. The one that transcends our virtuality and our reality to be on the other side. The side of peace, of creativity, of wholesome actions and better relationships.

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Sebastien Grynko

As a meditation teacher, a fitness & and muay thai fanatic/enthusiast with a taste for entrepreneurship. He decided to create a business which can combine all his passions and inspire people all over the world by helping people physically, mentally and spiritually to find their purpose, well-being and health to thrive and contribute to this world.

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