The skill of doing nothing

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The skill of doing nothing

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The skill of doing nothing

The following article presents five reasons for learning the skill of doing nothing. We all need periods of rest and withdrawal – to recharge, assimilate our experiences, reflect and mobilize energy for new actions. In Gestalt therapy this period of withdrawal is vital in our healthy functioning and it’s called the fertile void. Indeed learning how to do nothing might be the most vital skill for thriving in our busy and overwhelmed culture.

Possible benefits:

It helps to relish the moment and to feel more alive.

Triggers your unconscious mind and creativity.

Winding down you give yourself space to confront what matters.

Your brain has time to process and store the data.

You learn to control your attention.

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