Being minimalist is not innate and definitely not easy. It is a concept that requires profound retrospection, self-analysis, (re)evaluation of one’s priorities, and a radical modification of the codes that have shaped us. Letting yourself be guided through these key stages is essential to gaining a better understanding of the positive impact minimalism can have on your lifestyle and environment.
Being a minimalist is an everyday effort that gives rise to personal reflection: An enduring thought process. But as always, being personally committed to a process will help make it feel natural, like an automatism, while staying true to yourself and your values.
In the long run, this process will help remove negative parasites that surround you so that you may easily concentrate on what actually matters, (re)discovering the fundamentals of your life. Clearing your mind, imposing less stress on yourself, putting a stop this urge to always compare yourself to others, no longer being scared of failure, feeling good with what you have, becoming aware and further appreciating all of the small things life has to offer.