A coyote is howling at night in the gran sabana
Image by: Jeannie Tyrrell
On this day, we will detox from the digital ruckus — close our laptops, turn off the TV, and leave our phones at home for a whole 24 hours. For one day, we free our inundated minds from digital distractions. We regain resilience, explore the quiet moments, experience solitary introspection again. We even dare to let ourselves feel boredom — it is here, in this biotic space, where the boundless creativity and beautiful madness of our minds can dance again. Here, we will ready ourselves for these volatile times ahead.
Recalibrate your relationship to tech. It’s time to prepare for the imminent moon days by decluttering your mental environment. It is with an energized perspective that we will approach the year ahead. Together, we mobilize — with restored clarity — towards a new world order.
So, what is #Moonstruck?
#Moonstruck is the new day of reckoning in a distracted world. Once a month on the day of the full moon, we resist the monopoly that corporate technology has on our attention. For a full 24 hours, we power off and connect to the real world around us with our heads up. Noticing the light, color, trees, and sky, we’re pulled from our individualist tunnel vision and thrown into the fury.
We think our own thoughts.
With this ethos, we regain resilience, allowing our ideas to form, expand, and take root in our actions. By connecting to the quiet moments and introspective thought oft overtaken by digital chaos, we can invite our inner wild spirit to move us to action. This is how we take back the world — beginning with our minds — for ourselves.
Remember you are not alone on this ancient land — we are interconnected in a web of life that has preceded this moment for millions of years. As long as the full moon lives, so will this digi-age tradition.
For 24 hours, we dance, howl and run, sit, stare, and think. On Moonday, we live!
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