When one chooses to start the journey towards better quality of sleep, digging into the details can easily make the impression of rocket science. From taking care of the sleep environment regarding temperature, humidity, lights and air conditioning, it might appear as trying to control the weather. Through framing a sleeping habit, in certain hours, regularly… I actually don’t remember the last time I put so much effort into something I will see its results within… sometime soon.
Trying to achieve control over our health is a tricky approach, as we’ll never have full control but only the chance to impact the process and if we’re lucky - sometimes the results.
So what’s the point of the journey?
Although there are no guarantees regarding the absolute outcome, I bet anyone reading this article now with a little experience of biohacking, knows the answer.
Gaining a deeper understanding of our body, of our being is a huge biohacking component with the potential to upgrade our lives significantly - being more mindful, paying attention to ourselves, learning to identify our weaknesses and exploring our without judgment or criticism can altogether reduce stress levels, anxiety and even treat mental illnesses.
Yet it’s so tough to keep it going
No doubt! But wait, remember the bigger picture! Yes, it might appear to be absolutely amazing if you persist with your sleep hygiene routine from the moment you decide to start and on to eternity. But that’s missing the point. Starting your journey means you’ll learn a lot along the way and adjustments are crucial! Naturally, some of us tend to act based on the approach of “all or nothing”, while in this matter it’s not necessarily beneficial. This is why we recommend the holistic approach.
The real purpose behind our holistic sleep approach is to encourage people to seek wholeness, instead of perfection. Sleep hygiene contains so many little choices one can do to improve sleep, choose the few to enable persistence, quality over quantity. Your overall healthy well-being will benefit much more from a healthy state of mind (over a try of perfection), and your chances to adopt a healthier point of view towards your body & soul will tremendously improve through time.
The beautiful Japanese art of Kintsugi is my favorite example of a healthy approach.
Putting the broken pottery pieces together with gold, as part of “Wabi Sabi”, an aesthetic and philosophical concept embracing imperfection, impermanence, and the natural cycle of growth and decay. We invite you to value the uniqueness of your journey, the authenticity of your choices rather than the try of being flawless and seek perfection.
Enjoy our planner for upgrade your holistic journey.