Soul, life, psyche and ego are a small sample of words associated with “spirit”. Consider the metrics of Health and Wellbeing also Family and Household Life from the recently released UK four-day week pilot:
Respectively, 43% reported an improvement in mental health with 73% achieving greater satisfaction with their time.
So, what does mental health and time have to do with spirit? According to the research, it boils down to focus. Focus your mental faculties on a worthwhile pursuit of significant interest and you are able to achieve a boost in spirit.
The sense that we are a part of something greater is intuitively felt by the INFJ. This connection to spirit may express itself in your religious or personal believes. However, this rare personality type is not a requirement to know that we are more than just bodies performing tasks.
A four-day workweek has once again proven that more time spent doing the things we love, leaves us refreshed and in a better mental state. It can therefore be argued that this state evokes a sense of satisfaction that equates to an equilibrium of spirit.
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David-John Wayne Bailey is an INFJ from Cape Town, a proud pioneer pilot participant of 4 Day Week SA and an advocate of a four-day week for everyone working in South Africa.