“In order to connect powerfully, first we must disconnect.”
Today I had the pleasure of speaking with my friend Tom from the Private Sea.
We spoke about how disconnection is a precursor to connection. When we disconnect from the busyness and noisiness of life, we are able to bring attention to other things. Things that then enable us to connect more powerfully with ourself, others and our environment.
Disconnection itself isn’t the outcome we seek, connection is. Disconnection is simply the method, process or means that we can follow to achieve it.
Take a look at the video we recorded, I’d be interested to hear your take on “disconnection”.