This includes no contact interaction with the outside world what’s so ever. No computers, no phones.
Easily. Just give me books and my knitting.
No problem at all. I've been asocial most of my life, even when i've had to socialize as a component of my professional responsibilities. I learned to entertain myself growing up an only child, and never stopped enjoying solitude or living in my head with my imagination. LOL
If you are talking about total isolation I could probably do it for one or two days. If you are talking about no human contact but having the freedom to walk around books to read and nature around me that would be easy.
Pretty sure I could. Survived a 10-day silent Vipassana meditation workshop. No talking, books, writing, phone, TV, meat (non-issue), smoking (ditto), booze, sex, etc. Ten days of nothing but learning the meditation technique on a fixed schedule, interrupted by mundane activities (i.e., eating, bathing, sleeping).
i sure could do this with ease, i sure can't understand why this would see like a problem. I doubt i will ever get to do it, and i guess without access to anyone, how would anyone know ?
I'm fine by myself, even extended periods of time. I did my stretch of job, marriage, family, etc. I know that some people require the constant interaction with others, and there is nothing wrong with that. Me? I'm perfectly comfortable with just myself. I am very versatile and can be comfortable in groups, public speaking or random encounters with strangers.
i would love it.
Oh yes no problem at all.
Nope. I've seen studies done about this already. They started hallucinating.
@Faithless1 Yes. For someone with an overactive mind, it's good to know how to focus, be mindful, and/or minimize--if not silence--the seemingly endless mental chatter. I honestly believe that the world would be a better place if everyone would learn how to meditate.