“Without great solitude no serious work is possible.” – Pablo Picasso

There are many physical and psychological benefits of seeking solitude.

To spend time alone is a precious opportunity giving you the space to develop your ideas and trust your judgment, without either of these elements being influenced or diluted by the opinions of others at a vulnerable time.

Self-reflection increases self-awareness and deepens emotional intelligence – 90% of top performers have high emotional intelligence.

Pink Himalayas and a full moon perfect for having time alone

When you spend time alone, you will focus more sharply, clear your mind and achieve more in less time.  You become more receptive. The little questions and observations that have been pushed down begin to rise up towards your conscious mind. Your hidden seams of inspiration let go of their secrets.

Getting away from day to day responsibilities and commitments allows you to engage in deep thought, giving you access to deeper intuition to build on the insights gleaned.  This stimulates creativity and brings what you truly want to see, into existence.

Tranquillity personified in this inky blue lake and spending time alone

Revitalise your mind and body simultaneously.
Strengthen the connection with  your sub-conscious.

Use the time spent alone to practise thinking new thoughts – the average person has 60,000 thoughts per day –  95% of them are exactly the same day in, day out.

Pure white lily with yellow stamens evoking spending time alone

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