Find a way to disconnect and reconnect.
Finding a way to disconnect from the digital world that we live in is imperative for your overall wellbeing. In order to effectively disconnect you need to find a ritual that will help you reach a sense of calm. Finding this solace can bring relaxation, beautiful memories, hopes, dreams and peace.
One of the most effective ways we can evoke each of these emotions and experiences is through our sense of smell. We like to refer to this as ‘Sensory Refinement’.
It’s not unknown that our sense of smell can transcend our minds into the depths of deep thought and serenity. MAHŌ sensory sticks were created to do just this. Each scent has been curated to evoke the minds of each one of us and take us to where it is that we find peace.
The visual burning of red ember and rising of fluffy clouds will bring you into relaxation whilst the smouldering scent released will engulf your sense of smell. Magical white clouds will create a sense of awe and mystery, removing your worries and restoring your inner peace and tranquillity
Read a Paperback book.
We don’t know about you, but we aren’t sure anything beats the traditional ritual that is reading a book. You can have the flexibility to choose what you want to get out of this time. Whether you choose to educate yourself, entertain yourself or better yourself - just taking time away from your screen, away from people and just alone with your book will do you wonders. We do recommend rotating your genres just to get the most out of this fabulous daily ritual.
Some of our favourite books on rotation that we can recommend for you are:
- The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck by Mark Manson
- The Tipping Point by Malcolm Gladwell
- 21 Lessons for the 21st Century by Yuval Noah Harari
Each of these books are in the genre of challenging your mind and broadening your perspective. A great way to fight off Alzheimer’s and keep your mind active! Through spending a designated time each day to the daily ritual of reading you will find your wellbeing will benefit through stimulation, satisfaction and a sense of achievement.