Nature’s Slow Pace
In an age of instant everything, have a sluggish experience and appreciate the surrounding nature. Pay attention to small developments.
The Processes Around
At Dongarmatha you probably find the desire to disconnect from the digital world and connect with in nature. We definitely do. It’s a beautiful way to let go of any time of year gloom and experience a boost to mental and physical well-being. Part of slowing down and practicing being one with nature is about appreciating the little things we might otherwise miss in our usual rush from place to place.
Nature is never in a speed, this is sure, and nature — despite what we tend to think-isn’t slow either. It is simply respectful of its own processes. In the fast-paced club we live in, embracing slowness has become another silent rebellion. Dongarmatha has noticed that in life, in work, in love, slowing down inevitably makes you observe with more tenderness.
A fresh experience of A Slow Day
Stroll—Have a Mindful Walk
Hunt the nature around Dongarmatha with your family, most of the time accompanied by us.
When wanderer within you ceases to roam, come back
Let’s go without purpose or direction.
Uncanny Pauses Of Nature
Activity reclaiming the time and tranquility to make meaningful connections – with surrounding, with nature, with your own bodies, minds & intrests
appreciating the luxury of nature
Journey through woods and water
Sometimes the most productive thing you can do is just sit back and watch. In the fast society we live in, embracing slowness has become another silent resistance. We are inspired by natures’ slow motion.
Spend time outside
Touch of blue
Some beautiful things happen in Kokan when monsoon arrives. Explore more joy. Water Makes You Happier, More Connected and Better at What You Do.
Experience Conscious Resting
Pick out a Focused Life in a Noisy World
A lot of things happen here for no predictive reason. We could understand them after spending ample time in nature. Dongarmatha is a digitally minimized world. Experience something out of the box. We feel digital things won’t bring any value to life.
Nothing is Fast Here
Don’t ask for More, we have everything, yet we claim we have nothing.
Most of us know we own too much stuff. We feel the weight and burden of our clutter, and we exhaust of changing and managing and organizing.
While excess consumption leads to bigger dishes, decorative offerings, fancier food , and cluttered wastes, it never brings happiness. Rather, it results in a desire for more. It redirects our greatest passions to things that can never fulfill. And it distracts us from the very life we wish we were living.
Our Dongamatha family believes in offering better welcome with less.
While constructing the Eco-stay, we have tried to conserve natural resources by adopting renewable construction material such as Bamboo and minimum use of steel and cement.
Living in an environment, enjoying what is offered.