In today’s world, it can be difficult to achieve complete silence; it is possible to create a conditional silence. Silence refers to the absence of sound, and living in a state of complete silence would mean being in an environment where there are no audible sounds.
In isolated places, such as nature reserves or abandoned regions, it is possible to experience moments of complete silence. These moments of silence can be incredibly relaxing, self and environmentally educational.
However, in cities and urban areas, achieving absolute silence is difficult due to environmental noise such as traffic, construction and human activity.
In addition, our hearing is sensitive enough to detect sounds such as internal noises made by our own body, like breathing or heartbeats.
Although complete and lasting silence can be elusive, we can cultivate moments of silence in our lives. By seeking a peaceful environment, practicing meditation or creating personal rituals that allow us to disconnect from our daily routines.
Silence offers a respite from the noise of the world, allowing us to find inner peace, clarity and a deeper connection with ourselves and the present moment. It can be a valuable tool for self-reflection and finding balance in our everyday dynamic lives.