A quiet mind vs Quiet Mind
A quiet mind cures all - that’s the philosophy that inspired us to create the first-of-its-kind weighted pillow. Helping you achieve this is our goal and serves as a guide for everything we do. But what exactly does that mean?
Cutting Through The Noise
In a world of constant daily stressors and distractions, the concept of a quiet mind can be almost impossible to imagine - much less define. And that’s really no surprise. Our daily lives are filled to the brim with things vying for our attention - from stress and anxiety, to responsibilities and expectations. And even though we often refer to these distractions as “just a bunch of noise,” it’s noise that can prevent us from focusing on the things we love or from feeling comfortable sitting alone with our thoughts.
A quiet mind is about finding ways to cut through that unnecessary noise and organize the chaos of our minds - something we all strive for, whether we suffer from ADHD, anxiety, anything in between or even none of the above. It is not only essential for our personal productivity, it is a key to enjoying life more fully.
Simply put, true calm starts with a quiet mind, but it’s also so much more than that. A quiet mind is a state of being that allows your brain to be at ease with itself, pausing the overstimulation that so often characterizes our thoughts. It lets your brain decipher all the noise of daily life and determine which stimuli to ignore and which stimuli to give its full attention to. From sensory overstimulation to anxious thoughts, tapping into Deep Pressure Stimulation (DPS) and unlocking a quiet mind can ground you with a quiet, peaceful, productive mental state whenever you need it.
The Bottom Line
So, what really is the difference between a quiet mind and Quiet Mind? The answer is pretty simple: a quiet mind is our goal, the thing that we set out to attain for ourselves and others, and The Original Weighted Pillow from Quiet Mind is how we put that guiding principle into practice. It is the natural, drug-free solution that gets your brain and body chemistry to work for you, instead of against you. It’s the tool that can help you cut through the chaos of an overstimulated mind, giving you a shortcut to a calm, relaxed focus anytime, anywhere.
A quiet mind cures all. And, even though it might be slightly hyperbolic, it’s something that holds true in practice. Because when our minds can find a way to block out the distractions of daily life, something incredible can happen.