Whew!! I'm exhausted just thinking about that.
"The cult of speed not only affects our health, it also makes us more unhappy and less productive. But it turns out that we can slow down and also be more productive because of it. In order to do that, we should stop worrying so much about time and instead learn to better manage our attention focus. Making our own decisions about what we should be doing at every moment of our life puts us behind the wheel." Francisco Sáez
I often find myself saying that time is slipping away or feeling like time is zooming by so fast that I just don't know where it is going.
How do we help to heal ourselves from time sickness, because I know that I am a victim of it and I bet that many of you are too.
Apparently the secret is fairly simple. We need to learn how to live in the moment, enjoying each moment for what it is and also to decide what our priorities are.
I have made a decision to do just that. I have been meditating regularly to calm myself when I feel stressed, sitting and enjoying the present moment, and choosing for myself how I spend my time.
It isn't easy to break the habit of trying to do it all, but I know that for my physical and mental health it will be worth it.
How about you? Do you think that you suffer from time sickness, and if so how would you go about healing yourself?