|Hello The Ones!
We hope all is well in your world.
We're back in London after a ten day jaunt in India. It's fascinating to observe different cultures and to compare them with the norms we live by. The overall sense is that many of the things we do are actually a little arbitrary, which accounts for the quote we're currently pondering. All is below!
Watch: The questions keep on coming and we never hold back. In the latest instalment of The Conscious Living Project we ask each other 'which trait do you deplore most in other people?'. Watch here
Quote: 'Don't believe everything you think.'
A tip: Approach your week like an experiment. All you need is a notebook and a pen. On a Sunday evening, take stock of the latest articles read, exhibitions seen, conversations had etc the previous week, and within these find two themes to explore - it can be researching a new exercise regimen, different textile weaving techniques, what Neil deGrasse Tyson means when he says there is more than one type of infinity (!). Write in your notebook in bulleted points what interests you about the given topic, any specific goal linked to the research and apportion time in your calendar for your personal work. Make notes on your findings, assess if there are other tangents to explore etc. It can even be more general thoughts you just want to get out of your head, like this. These mini personal projects are springboards for new ways of thinking and doing - we swear by them. Finally, share your projects over a tea with a friend, it'll be a fun exercise and a change from talking about the weather!
READ: A fascinating study by UCL on habit formation, here
That's all for now. Remember, stay curious and keep learning...!
And please reply to this note and tell us what you're interested in at the moment.
Mandeep & Hardeep
Co-founders, Twins, Proponents of #Just One