Sometimes you need to well and truly disconnect. Like I mean disconnect. Nature. No phones. Tent. Minimal food.
You don't quite know your senses of taste, smell, sight and touch until you do. Both in the disconnection and on reconnection.
The splendor of now emerges. The peace and quiet of nothing takes hold. Deep relaxation on the insides and outsides seeps into every cell and fibre of your existence to clarify a calm that's always there but often not felt.