Start Bringing Minimalism into your life in 2021

My idea of integrating minimalism in my life started during the third quarter of 2020. It started with having so many goals (and finishing none).  It was overwhelming. I wanted to get things done. Have focus. And truly be in sync with what I truly wanted. That’s when I slowed down.

What minimalism really looks like, in a nutshell is– having what truly matters in life. It’s not about having less but what is absolutely essential. It’s the trivial versus the vital few. We have a choice to make decisions that truly help us. Decisions that increase our energy and not dissipate into external noise.

My thinking earlier was that minimalism implied I own less stuff. That’s only a part of it. The realization that minimalism can be applied to everything else is extremely powerful.

  • I started applying minimalism by identifying goals I really want to achieve. I finally identified three major goals for myself. This continued to help me identify three activities for the three goals. The process helped me become structured, focused, and disciplined to execute my goals, with better choices.
  • I applied minimalism to another overwhelming part of my life at the time – my smartphone notifications. My energy was interacting with too much online stuff. Minimalism quickly helped me identify apps to uninstall. Notifications of apps I didn’t absolutely need notifications from were put on mute. And I unsubscribed from YouTube channels and G-mail accounts that were making too much noise.

My energy levels are already at an all-time high. I am getting so much more done and confident about accomplishing my goals. It has truly changed my understanding about intentional living. Today, this approach is continuing to incorporate minimalism into everything else.

How to Start incorporating minimalism in your life today?

Ask three simple questions and of course answer them:

  1. Firstly, ask what truly matters most in your life? It can magnificently reduce clutter and help you get closer to quality stuff with high vibes, of course 😉
  2. Secondly, ask where you are spending your time, energy and effort? A weekly calendar is possibly the best resource to track what you are doing. Match it with what truly matters most and you will find things to ‘optimize’.
  3. Lastly, ask what is a priority? Make sure you are making space to create more. Create quality in your life by implementing things only of top priority and with a heavy heart, letting go of the rest.

In a world where distractions, busyness and doing more is a badge of cultural honor, bringing minimalism is difficult. But, it’s a powerful shift to start raising your vibrations and productively doing more in life. You can explore more about minimalism from a minimalist and a talented Film maker Matt D’Avella.

Are you looking to raise our vibrations and vibrate higher? The Highbrate community helps you raise your vibrations by Nurturing Relationships, Entrepreneurship Spiritually, and Lifestyle Vibes. To know your vibrations, take the vibration frequency quiz or chakra quiz.

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Ricky is the founder of the Highbrate community. Being a Lightworker, an Intuitive Empath and a fierce Indigo, he has been guided by his spirit guides to start the community and help raise our vibrations. Ricky lives in India and is working on healing himself and improving his lightworking abilities.

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