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How to Live Intentionally for Better Rhythm & Bigger Results

Retailing Insight

How and why did it go so wrong and why do we stay in the rut of being out of rhythm with the important parts of life? This begs the question “What am I avoiding by not slowing down and finding a new rhythm?” American monk and writer Thomas Merton said, “Happiness is not a matter of intensity but of balance, order, rhythm and harmony.”

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This is the rhythm of the light – Meet the crowdfunded Brightly Light Toolkit

Design Wanted

It’s basically a series of modular controllers that connect to various sources, allowing users to easily dictate rhythms, patterns and colour. The post This is the rhythm of the light – Meet the crowdfunded Brightly Light Toolkit appeared first on DesignWanted.

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B.L.U.E. architecture studio caves nature into zolaism dessert café, china

Design Boom

following a GRC pouring process, the man-made stones were transported on site for assembly for a design that secludes people into quietness from the urban rhythms. The post B.L.U.E. architecture studio caves nature into zolaism dessert café, china appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

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The Cotswold Company launches in Leamington Spa

Retail Focus

Embodying the brand’s ideals, which fuse a love of beautiful, master-crafted furniture with an appreciation for the rhythms of nature and how the changing seasons can refresh our spirits and living spaces, the Leamington Spa store will be a wholly new offering from the brand.

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How Stylerunner’s GM fosters ‘positive productivity’ within the business

Inside Retail

AB: If everyone is moving in the same direction, rhythm and pace – then efficient and positive productivity is a natural output. This time allows me to make sure I’m focused on the important things whilst not getting distracted by those tasks that won’t make a difference or move us forward.

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How to Meditate with Music

Retailing Insight

Keep in mind these simple principles: Slow rhythms entrain bodily systems (heartbeat, pulse, digestive system, respiratory, muscles) to a more natural rhythm. Natural sounds (if present) give a sense of peace. Tones are nurturing, clear, warm, and gentle. Pace is slow but with a sense of joy and beauty.

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Redefining music rituals: the RYTM music player takes center stage

Design Wanted

The RYTM record player by Jorge Paez offers a contemporary interpretation of the classic turntable, effortlessly fusing music’s rhythm with architectural aesthetics. Drawing inspiration from the […] The post Redefining music rituals: the RYTM music player takes center stage appeared first on DesignWanted.

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