Total Living: The Ultimate Lifestyle For Being Your Best Self And Enjoy Life To The Fullest, Regardless Of Your Circumstances (And How To Get Started)
If you are reading this, you are alive!
So why not be totally alive?
After all, it is the best way to maximize your time on planet Earth. You should spend your limited and finite time in the best possible way. The more life, satisfaction, and fulfillment you can experience, the better.
Thanks to the Total Living lifestyle, you can tap into your paradise of now, anytime.
The Three Pillars of Total Living
- Personal Antifragility. Regardless of what happens, you will become stronger and wiser. The more setbacks and misery, the more you will propel forward like a boomerang on a rocket engine.
- Hyperproductivity. Increase your impact while at the same time decreasing your effort. You want to do as little as possible and, as a result, achieve what you want, thanks to insights and leverage.
- Total Presence. Quiet your inner monologue/mind and fully be what you see, hear and feel. Gain the ultimate, real-time awareness to observe what lies before you and take the most advantage of it while being totally satisfied with your life.
If you are totally living, no misery and negative emotions can derail you. They are just mind-activity you can feel compassion for. In full doing (flow-state) and being (salvation), you will experience everlasting peace, with interludes of joy, anytime.
How to Get Started with Total Living
While all articles you will read from me highlight Total Living from various angles, here are three ways to get started after reading this:
- Implement The Barbell Productivity System in less than an hour. If you use a calendar, a list of can-dos, and a note-taking system, you are set. Click here to learn more.
- Use your negative emotions as valuable fuel. Act BECAUSE of them, not despite of them. Interpret pain as pleasure.
- Breath in and watch your surroundings. Life is most beautiful right now, so enjoy it. Forget that you exist, and be what you see, hear and feel, right now.
This post was originally published on my website The Total Living.