Last week I shared a video about timelessness and how it connects to who we really are. This week, I’d like to continue that conversation by talking about what happens when we slow time down.
During my stay in Central Australia with my indigenous ‘family’, it quickly became clear that: time is different there. Time seemed to move so very slowly and within that unhurried pace, the community enjoyed a connection to their daily activities completely different to how we in the West usually live our lives day-to-day.
Whether it was gathering plants or making jewelry or simply waiting, everything took on new meaning and care as we stepped into the moment of experiencing.
In the video below, I share my experiences on this while I was still living it in Central Australia. And, as the footage was taken onsite, please excuse the wind noise in the background.