C’est prouvé, ne rien faire est vital pour notre cerveau

… Or so says the article of this same title above in a recent blog posting in BIO à la une.

Author Elodie Sillaro goes on to say: “Alors que tout va plus vite dans nos sociétés modernes, on manque cruellement de temps et on est en proie à ce sentiment d’urgence permanent. Souvent mal vu, le fait de ne rien faire nous est pourtant vital ! Et, ce sont les scientifiques qui le disent.”

She continues by also asserting how important it is for our brain to regenerate itself and that this can only happen when we manage to tear ourselves away from our cell phones, tablets, etc., and stop always trying to make ourselves busy.

I know that at this point I’m repeating myself (because at this point you’ve heard/read me say similar things in previous postings) but I feel as though I/we can’t repeat it enough. Clearly, I’m a convert. Or at least still struggling with the same issues that this author is mentioning in her treatise.

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Author: Victoria Stanton

Montreal-based performance artist, writer, and educator Victoria Stanton explores live action, human interaction, video, film, photography, and drawing.

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