As you all know there are plenty of blogs, magazines, authors,Online mentors and several books are already available around us who direct and guide us to be better & successful minimalist. I really appreciate and respect all of those approaches.
Here I just want to share what i have been experienced and what’s my view point on this minimalism concept. This is Something really change my whole mindset and purpose of living.
OK, Let's Jump into Detail !
It's all about Discovering what is important and knowing the value of every bit of life . Everybody around you have their own definition and explanation of being minimalism .
For Me, what I believe is Being Minimalist is something that helps to simplify your buzz life and gives you the positive energy to get clarity in your mind.
However, minimalism isn’t just only a concept that helps us to reorganise our homes and lives in a more effective and aesthetically pleasing manner. I know there are few who claims about Minimalism that it leads our life towards restrictions which means to buying cheap things , you must live with less than 100 things, you must declutter your most of the belongings.
Well Sorry! but it is not any of those fake restrictions even it is something who gives you the reason to accomplish them. If you desire to live with fewer material possessions, or not own a car or a television, or travel all over the world, then minimalism can lend a hand. But that’s not the point. Minimalism is a tool & guide book that can assist you in finding freedom from all your restricted zone & duplicity.
That’s called Real Freedom .
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Let's rediscover the meaning.
To put all the understanding in Nutshell,
By incorporating minimalism into our lives, we’ve finally been able to find lasting happiness—and that’s what we’re all looking for, isn’t it? We all want to be happy. Minimalists search for happiness not through things, but through life itself; Means you value yourself more than material things and making decisions what you need instead of getting everything you want. Thus, it’s up to you to determine what is necessary and what is superfluous in your life.
You are more than a label, and you’re investing in what matters.
You’re living your own story. You can design the life you want to live
* Eliminate Unhealthy coping Mechanism
* Be Physically Active
* Reclaim our time
* Live in the moment
* Pursue our passions
* Discover our missions
* Experience Real freedom
* Create more, consume less
* Grow as individuals
* Gives you Peace & Clarity
* More Space to Unwind
* An Exercise in Self-Control
* Simple is more attractive
* Develop a Personal Style Statement
* Open to Uncertainty
Well,On the Other hand i would like to mention some tough facts for beginners. I do Understand it's very difficult to adopt this whole process. No one wants to live a minimal life, a life of emptiness, a life of always being without. Maybe like my mum, you aren’t attracted to an all-white design sensibility, or aren’t ready to part with half your closet.
There’s no one right way to be a perfect minimalist.
Your journey is your OWN.
If you’re not sure whether the minimalism umbrella covers you, or if you just want to get more precise, maybe one of these terms will resonate you.
1. Aesthetic Minimalist
The Aesthetic Minimalist is someone who may or may not be focused on reducing their possessions but does aim for a clear and clutter-free living space. These individuals just like the look of Minimalist decor, furniture and living.
2. The Essentialist
The essentialist describes to a philosophy of “fewer, but better.” Do fewer things, but do them well.
3. The Experimentalist
Instead of embracing materialism, experimentalism is about collecting experiences.
4. The Enoughist
Enoughism describes minimalism in terms of having enough, not having it all.
5. Organised minimalist
The fifth definition of mine would be being obsessed about order and clear structures at home. I guess you could call it cleaning and organising disorder, but organised minimalism jut sounds cooler.
6. The Eco-Minimalist.
The eco-minimalist pursues a life of less consumption in order to reduce their impact on the earth.
7. The Unchained Minimalist
These people appreciate being free to roam without burden of responsibility.
8. Mindful / Soul Minimalist.
MY favourite one "The soul minimalist" cherishes stillness of soul, and works to keep mental and spiritual clutter to a minimum. Practices of quiet, mindfulness, stillness, and listening are all important here.
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