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Calm Confidence

You probably do not have much time to stop reading this. You will often notice how you lack air. You will feel that you have your head elsewhere. After finishing this reading, you will see the email on your phone without knowing if you had already done it two minutes ago. And when you get into bed, you will not stop wondering if it has been a productive day and you will feel terrible if you spent it watching the umpteenth TV reality or another television series. When was the last time you did not think about anything? , Would you know what happens to you now and not tomorrow? In Cameo we want you to take conscience, and with the premiere of 100 days of solitude, we assure you that mindfulness will make you finally live the present and do not ask yourself if it is another miracle diet.

Mindfulness is defined as conscious attention. A meditation technique that does not seek you to flee from the present but to be aware of it. It is not religious; it is not necessary to get intoxicated in incense or drink goat milk from the Himalayas. See that you live the moment, that you return to the present without drowning in the past or look at the precipice of the future because we live in a frantic world in which we do not own our thoughts. From Cameo, we join the present, and we want to generate continence with films like 100 days of solitude that will make you meditate on the need to look inwards and not outwards. Now close your eyes, breathe deeply and let yourself be inspired by these stories to ponder on continence.

 100 days of loneliness

Close your eyes and imagine disconnecting the mobile phone, the computer and stop losing your eyes in hours and hours of television. Immerse yourself in nature, get in touch with your loneliness and wander through the forest trying to find a silence that may shake you. That same Jose Diaz proposed to go to a cabin in the Natural Park of Networks. That is to get in touch with the present and nature and not this time you went to the forest of your urbanization for mushrooms and went out with nettles up to your ears.

Inspire profoundly and reflect on how being connected daily has made us disconnect from what surrounds us. One hundred days of solitude is an introspective journey in which José Díaz says he feels more secure in the middle of nowhere than asking for a bank loan. Joseph embraces the spirit of Thoreau in Walden, who would affirm: “I went to the woods because I wanted to live with a purpose; to face only the essential facts of life, to see if he was capable of learning what he had to teach, and not to discover, when my time came, that he had not even lived. “

Exhale quietly while you reproduce in your mind the sound of leaves crunching under your feet. The air cradling the silence and your lost look not on the screen but in the immensity of the sky. Sometimes to appreciate the road you have to stop and observe, in the midst of a society where the way is getting faster and faster and without noticing the destination.

Open your eyes and see 100 days of solitude to understand that mindfulness is not a current hope tray of eco-vegan shakes. It is about discovering our present and the place that our thoughts have about everything.

A degree of conscience: You do not have to be Theodore Kaczynski or have your psychopathy to recognize that withdrawal and disconnection would do you a lot of good.

Close your eyes and think what you would do if you had the day completely free, without emails, work or endless queues to catch a meter with the appearance of a can of sardines. Think of the future without a knot pull your neck and think of the holidays not as an oasis of peace but as an extension of your well-being. Try to use more intuition, pass the horoscope or the miracle recipes, Youtube videos that promise you better use of your time or stories of business improvement. Because at the end of the day there is only you and your intuition to discover new ways.

Inspire profoundly and reflect on the present. Does your life lead to a moment that does not consist of a sigh of relief for delivering a highly demanding job? InnSæi is not the latest Ikea planter for demanding florists. It is an Icelandic concept that talks about recovering empathy and intuition by connecting with other people. No, it does not count that boy or girl whose hand is deposited on yours in the subway staircase, and for a moment you have a loving epiphany.

Open your eyes and see InnSide

All about the power of intuition if only to see people who look like divorce lawyer ads because that irony with which you look at these radiant people may hide some frustration, or just because you can spend 74 minutes of your life watching how mindfulness can do more for you than the umpteenth Whatsapp message chain about some loose pocket politician.

The degree of conscience

After watching the documentary you bought incense, started active meditation and now the anti-stress balls lie in the garbage. You try to empathize more with those people who skip the line or with the people for whom the deodorant embodies the evils of capitalism. It still bothers you, but the empathy has made you happier, and the Ikea’s Hindu decoration cushions make you feel like a new person.