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Introverted Extrovert

When I tell people that I‘m more introvert than extrovert, they won’t really believe me. I seem outgoing and chatty, but my social-batteries drain pretty quickly (especially when confronted with a bigger group of people).

I have spent so much time in solitude the past two years, that my body and my soul crave for stillness and loneliness on a regular basis. Only in solitude I can contemplate and „digest life“.

To be completely honest, there are only a handful of people that I could imagine to spend more than a day in a row with. 😅

It took me years to accept this part of me. I used to drown it in alcohol and other substances for almost half of my life. Since I quit blurring my mind (I‘m still drinking coffee tho), I slowly started to appreciate the „quiet“ me. This quiet me caused the positive changes that have happened within me. This quiet me provides energy, energy that I love to share with others.

So if I would give advice to my younger self: there’s no need to be outgoing 24/7, it’s more than okay to lock yourself away and be with yourself in order to recharge. This is your chance to get to know you and therefore get to know life.

All that is required to realise the Self is to be still.“ - Ramana Maharshi

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