“Most of the things we need to be most fully alive never come in busyness. They grow in rest.” ~ Mark Buchanan
Human beings thrive when we make space to moodle: pottering about, taking it easy, being idle.
Not just to recharge our batteries, but to re-discover what’s important, to feed our creativity, and to face what needs our attention. To cogitate and compost. And to enjoy some delicious slowed-down time…
Some of us aren’t very good at moodling. Goals and things-to-be-done take over. Emails and social media bombard us. Other people’s needs crowd us. We drive ourselves hard and forget to make time to smell the roses.
If you’d like to (or if you need to) spend four weeks making space to moodle, and making sense of why you don’t already do it more often, then sign up here.
What you’ll receive
Your moodling will start with a 1:1 Creative Boost (on Skype or via email) with Satya where you can explore your own relationship with down-time and decide on a play-plan for the month. Read more about how Satya works.
You’ll receive a booklet with weekly stories and exercises and a list of suggested further reading.
You will also receive a daily inspirational email with a moodling-related paragraph from Satya or Kaspa and another quote from various wise folks.
“Stress is basically a disconnection from the earth, a forgetting of the breath. Stress is an ignorant state. It believes that everything is an emergency. Nothing is that important. Just lie down.”
The usual fee for one forty minute coaching session with Satya is £50/$65. The total cost of ‘Make space to slow down’, including the booklet and daily emails and the one coaching session with Satya, is £49/$64. You can also book the course with two or three sessions (to use whenever you like, i.e. one at the beginning of the course and one at the end) for £89/$115 or £129/$169.
To treat yourself to a place, register below and Satya will be in touch to book in your first session. Spaces will be limited.
Make space to slow down (USD)
‘Sky’ by Amanda Oaks from kind over matter