It wasn’t something to release on a social media forum. However, it was a call to reach out for peace.
The Importance of Silence
Coates brings to light the importance of silence in this age of constant rush and noise. He says that to generate the best of ideas and to work in your maximum potential, one needs silence more than anything else.
Famous authors, psychiatrist, and journalist use the medium silence to bring their best works into existence. They have done this after managing information flow and cultivating deep thoughts in silence. Even a government official like Jerry Brown, who is the governor of California, has stated the importance of silence.
It is however funny how you can only appreciate and understand the importance of silence when you’re amidst a crowd begging to hear your own voice.
Silence is good for restoring nervous system and also helps in sustaining energy. It provides your mind with the amount of peace and serenity to get back to equilibrium which often gets disrupted in this modern “always-on-the-go” generation. Since objects starting holding great value in our lives, we do not appreciate silence.
Silence relax you
“Silence is associated with the development of new cells in the hippocampus,” says Imke Kirste of Duke Medical School. She says that silence affects the region which is responsible for storing knowledge, learning, and memory. It was also found by physician L.Bernardi that even the little moments of silence between two musical pieces seem to provide more calmness to the mind, stabilization to cardiovascular and respiratory systems than music that comes under the ‘relaxation’ section of youtube or any other music forum.
However, silence isn’t only about switching off your TV or turning your fan to a lower speed to reduce noise around you. It also means shutting your mind out from everything once in a wild.
Silence itself can be very daunting if you don’t quiet your mind in the first place. To get proper benefits of silence one needs to shut down all the thoughts racing through their minds first.
“Learn To Get In Touch With Your Silence Within Yourself And Know That Everything In Life Has A Purpose”