3 Reasons Why Mindfulness Becomes Easier Together

You can’t go alone on your mindfulness journey.

Karo Wanner
4 min readAug 28, 2023
3 Reasons Why Mindfulness Becomes Easier Together
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Imagine you would live alone on a beautiful beach. Every morning you have enough time for your morning routine.

Meditation. Exercise. Shower. Breakfast. Journaling.

Nobody disturbs you. It’s just you against you.

It sounds like a dream.

Imagine how you would feel after a week of living like this.

Calm. Centered. Recharged.

But present or in your head?

Practicing solitude is a great way to center yourself, to find peace, and to relax. It’s an important part of your journey toward inner peace. As Nikki Rowe says ‘Solitude is where I place my chaos to rest and awaken my inner peace.’

But, living like that will never lead you to a real awakening — in the long run it will hold you back.

Here are 3 reasons why you also need people and chaos in your life to truly live in awareness.

#1 Awakening happens when you live

I haven’t formerly meditated for months but yet I am more present than ever. My screen time went down to 47 minutes per day compared to 2–3 hours before.



Karo Wanner

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