Extreme Minimalism vs Minimalism

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Do you want to know what’s next after Minimalism? Extreme Minimalism is the practice of living with the bare essentials and only the things which nourish you. In this episode of Heal Your Living, you will learn insights on how you can use Extreme Minimalism to focus on the good instead of the distractions in your life. You can apply these tools to your consumption habit as well as your personal and professional life. Find out how you can manifest a positive lifestyle with better focus, discipline, and simple living. 

When the need for something arises, you will choose what to buy with intention and mindfulness. And most of the time, you won’t have the need to buy something in the first place. Because you’ll be focused on cultivating joy through experiences more than material possession. You will be spending your valuable time on thoughtfully contemplating what is going to improve your life. And carrying out the physical action to move forward towards that goal. Your energy, time, space, and money is valuable. So as an Extreme Minimalist you will focus on utilizing those resources in the most efficient and nourishing way.

“When you change yourself for the better by focusing on the good, the world will follow, others will follow, and the universe will manifest beautiful experiences.”
What you’ll learn

• Overcoming the fear of letting go.
• Why you always say YES to unnecessary things.
• How to trust your inner-self and live with discipline.
• How to focus on the good instead of wasting time.
• How to incorporate essentialism and extreme minimalism to your lifestyle.
• How to refine your taste in consumption.

Helpful Resources
Thank you for listening

Receive exclusive monthly podcast delivered to you when you support me on Patreon!

Do you want to know what’s next after Minimalism? Extreme Minimalism is the practice of living with the bare essentials and only the things which nourish you. In this episode of Heal Your Living, you will learn insights on how you can use Extreme Minimalism to focus on the good instead of the distractions in your life. You can apply these tools to your consumption habit as well as your personal and professional life. Find out how you can manifest a positive lifestyle with better focus, discipline, and simple living. 

When the need for something arises, you will choose what to buy with intention and mindfulness. And most of the time, you won’t have the need to buy something in the first place. Because you’ll be focused on cultivating joy through experiences more than material possession. You will be spending your valuable time on thoughtfully contemplating what is going to improve your life. And carrying out the physical action to move forward towards that goal. Your energy, time, space, and money is valuable. So as an Extreme Minimalist you will focus on utilizing those resources in the most efficient and nourishing way.

“When you change yourself for the better by focusing on the good, the world will follow, others will follow, and the universe will manifest beautiful experiences.”
 
What you’ll learn

• Overcoming the fear of letting go.
• Why you always say YES to unnecessary things.
• How to trust your inner-self and live with discipline.
• How to focus on the good instead of wasting time.
• How to incorporate essentialism and extreme minimalism to your lifestyle.
• How to refine your taste in consumption.

Helpful Resources
Thank you for listening
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5 Replies to “Extreme Minimalism vs Minimalism”

    1. I am happy to hear that. It’s definitely not recognized in the Minimalism community yet but I feel like more people are looking to deepen their practice. Thanks for finding it interesting!

      1. I wish there was more people talking about the extreme side of it. Do you know of anyone else I could look into/follow?

        1. I definitely agree that we need more inspiration! You can check out the 2 books mentioned above by Fumio Sasaki and Greg McKeown. I think Fumio Sasaki is much more on the extreme side since he lives without furniture (or barely any furniture.) Some YouTubers I recommend are Brittany Taylor (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPb1u0enYdvp5JsHPcIku1A) and Matt D’avella (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJ24N4O0bP7LGLBDvye7oCA). You can also check out my instagram @healyourliving and youtube channel that is coming soon this month!

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