Discover your own IKIGAI - a reason for being
Personally for a long time I had no idea what I wanted to do in my life! Good point is that I have always known what I DO NOT want to do!
This problem was bigger as I grew up in a time when work for a international company was determining who you are. Thus, for many years I felt worse and more stupid than others. Just because I knew I dont want to spend my life sitting on the same chair in the same office in front of my computer for a 8hours for next years. Of course, I understand that many people enjoy this kind of job, and that is fine. However I am an active person and sitting for 2 hours at the same place is difficult for me.
What I want to say by that? If you have a problem to decide what you want to do in your life, what you want to change, what makes you happy, who you are, and what is really important for you. What you should to do is to clean up your mind - right now! You have to throw away unnecessary ballast, that you have accumulated over many years of your life. You have to clean yourself as you do it with your home. You have to declutter your mind as you declutter your wardrobe.
You know what I mean, right? You know this feeling when you are looking at your closet after hours of tiding up and you see all the clothes organized by category and by color. And from now morning dressing up is a pleasure.
It is the same with what we have inside. First you have to clean up your mind, to have a pleasure of your existence and your needs.
Minimalism will help you with this. When you are surrounded only by items you like, need and use it will be easier to focuse on your own thoughts and needs. It will also bring you a satisfaction and right meaning to life.
So, go and start ordering your home and discover yourself, create your present and future.
Discover your own IKIGAI - the japanese concept that means a reason for being or a reason to get up in the morning.
Minimalism allows you to discover what is important and needed as well as what is broken and unnecessary.
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