Those of us who have our own saunas know what it’s like to both:
- host saunas with invited guests.
- take saunas on our own.
In this ADD age, sometimes we may invite a couple people to sauna and then for a myriad of busy scheduled reasons, we end up taking a solo sauna. After a solo sauna session, as we towel off, invariably, we hear a voice in our head:
“Damn, that was awesome. That was meant to be!”
When we sauna alone, it is because we were meant to sauna alone. After a solo sauna session, maybe we found a new strategy for a project or obstacle in our lives. Or maybe we needed some quiet time to untangle the wires in our heads, or maybe we just needed to chill out. Restore. Recharge. Reboot. Whatever thoughts we had or notes we took, it’s all good.
Solo saunas are meant to be.