Everyone has their own concept of well-being, but for us, it means growing with a purpose. Someone may wonder what you mean by “growing with a purpose.” It can mean anything, and the only way to know what you’re doing and how you can do it better is to know why you’re doing it in the first place. Life will present you with many challenges, some of which are circumstantial while others are inevitable; however, living a meaningful life requires reflection and time to figure out your WHY.
We are still learning, like most people, so we are not coming in and offering a miracle solution because, first and foremost, it does not exist, and secondly, life is a process that requires time to accomplish and to create a solid framework. However, we believe, and many studies have shown, that the power of habits and the power of reflection, two concepts that we hear often but are also complex, are true ways to help you grow as a person.
Habits are a set of behaviours created by patterns acquired by frequent repetition in which the brain acts upon subconsciously. And Gandhi said it best:
“Your beliefs becomes your thoughts,
Your thoughts become you words,
Your words become your actions,
Your actions become your habits,
Your habits become your values,
Your values become your destiny.”
Introduction of the power of habits and reflection
Acquiring healthy habits such as doing physical exercise on a regular basis at a high or medium intensity, consuming nutritious foods, getting enough sleep at night, and taking time to meditate are all activities that can help someone improve their life. When you think about it, we live in a world that is built in a toxic way, and we continue to fall into these traps due to a lack of discipline and awareness. Being self-aware of change is the first step toward transformation, and setting concrete goals such as “I’m going to run for 5 minutes every day” or “I’m going to close my phone at 11 PM to sleep” are small wins that can transform and build momentum in reshaping your way of living.
This brings us to our first point, you must first understand why you are doing what you are doing. And in order to sort it out, you must take time away from this world to reflect on who you are, what you desire, what gives you joy, amongst other important questions. By developing healthy habits and establishing a solid routine, you will have more time to reflect because stress occurs whenever you are confronted with uncertainty. Creating a series of everyday tasks allows you to gain confidence and create room for this practice of reflection.
To wrap up this introduction to our philosophy, we’d like to share our passion to serve people and help them gain the confidence they need to develop these habits. By building this community, we hope to attract a large number of people who can share their knowledge and inspire others to join us on this wellness journey. We know why we’re doing it, and we hope you’ll find yours along the way.