The word “alone” can mean different things. For instance, the self-employed person uses “alone time”. Going through your morning routine, doing a crossword puzzle, or cleaning the house are all activities done during “alone time”.
Most parents would be ecstatic to have an hour of alone time. However, there are other times that being alone can be uncomfortable or down right scary.
Being alone can resonate with our spiritual core. We believe our health depends on spirituality. It helps us establish values, adhere to our beliefs, and discover ways to thrive. Spirituality empowers us as we find our purpose.
Alone time is healthy. We all experience it. It is what we do with it that can help us grow and succeed.
So, if you’re not utilizing your “alone time” to set a clear direction for your life, consider why. How can you use your time alone to reach a new level at work, at home and in your relationships?
Mastering this spiritual skill means investing in your health and success.
The following are a few ideas to get you started: