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Aspects of Rest

Many thanks to good friend of this site, Daniel Sobel, for sharing this insight into aspects, or even dimensions of rest.

Too often we equate rest to an aspect of inactivity. That is too narrow a definition if we expect rest to be a way of recuperating our physical and emotional energy. The infographic gives some time for another aspect of rest, some quiet reflection.

Source: Nine Types of Rest Original Post by Steph Barron Hall | Nine Types Co.

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