Over the last week I’ve been talking about eating a local, sustainable diet, and how that relates to a Low Density Lifestyle. And in the last article, I discussed what being a locavore was and how to live that way, even in the wintertime.
I will be continuing on in that vein through this week, but today I am taking a slight detour, in order to show you the above video.
Living a Low Density Lifestyle is really about feeling light of body, mind and soul. This creates a feeling of healthy living, and a feeling of being in Flow. When you feel this way, everything just seems right.
To feel this way, it’s about doing things that make you feel alive in the depths of your soul. And you know, every time you feel happy and joyous, your soul breathes a little easier and lighter.
So imagine if you were in a public place, and all of a sudden, out of the blue, people started singing and dancing? This is what happened on March 23, 2009 at the central rain station in Antwerp, Belgium.
Now, Antwerp is a city of over 1 million people, which means it’s a large size city. And as we all know, in large cities people are usually rushing around, trying to get from one place to the next, with little time to take a pause. And that can only mean one thing – when people are running around and extremely busy, they’re usually caught up in a High Density Lifestyle.
But when singing and dancing break out in the middle of a busy train station, it makes you have to stop and remind yourself that, yes, this is what really matters.
When you watch the above video, see if it makes your soul sing. It should. And as it does, you’ll know that not only are you experiencing healthy living, but you are experiencing the lightness of being that makes up living a Low Density Lifestyle.
And if you need to do an encore, you can always sing in the rain, like the below video.