ONE ON ONE
In this era of information overload and distraction we are rapidly losing touch with ourselves. Pulled here and there by apps and websites competing to get our attention, we believe that the answers to our troubles reside somewhere outside ourselves.
But in reality, there’s no detox program, self-help guru or social media following that can give us what we are looking for.
It may seem like an oversimplified solution in our overstimulated world to take a walk in the nearby forest to find connection, but the relationship between nature and our overall wellbeing is undeniable.
Nature matters, and as creatures of nature, it is important for us to give ourselves time to unplug from our devices, to just sit back and enjoy the beauty that surrounds us.
Could the silent company of nature remind us of the fabric we are made of?
Of the joy and connection that already live in our hearts?
In The Forgotten Gurus, Swami Mukti takes us through a personal pilgrimage of reflections on the profound teachings pouring from the silent masters: the Gurus we have forgotten.
A small book with a big message.