INNER PEACE

IT’S A SELF-REFLECTIVE TIME, BRING A REVOLUTION TO YOUR HEART AND RESTORE YOUR INTERACTION WITH THE WORLD FOR A MONTH OF PURE HARMONY.

The month of Ramadan is known for its spiritual purpose; even if you are not Muslim, you can use this period to slow down and connect to your true self. The one you might not have been paying much attention to lately.

Daily chores, busy schedules and the challenges in our lifestyles due to the pandemic can be overwhelming. Stop and listen. Listen to your body asking for the proper nourishment and organise the noise in your mind. Put your best thoughts where you can easily access them for when you have darker days. And don’t forget to breathe. Embody this moment of reflection, revelation, revolution, and restoration to find the balance between you and the world surrounding you. It can happen through making notes to reflect more on your daily life or paying more attention to the details and the people around you ̶ your neighbours, or even just your car cleaner.

For non-Muslims, you can give fasting a try (at least for a few days) to better understand your body and expel the toxins that have been piling up and disturbing your sleep and energy levels. A detoxing month can be good for your physical health and bring clarity to your cloudy mind. Connect with yourself and loved ones emotionally, and remember to practise generosity. Sending good vibes into the world will bring good to you, and best of all, it is free.

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