Nature & Practice

January 2, 2018

Spending quality time in nature can be a deep and sustaining practice. Prior generations grew up in the country and were surrounded by the natural world. Today as more people live and work in the city and spend more of their time inside and online, we are being cut off from the healing benefits of nature. Modern cities have become concrete jungles that are void of natures vitality. Scientific research is now supporting what we already know intuitively. Spending time in nature benefits us mentally, physically, emotionally and spiritually. Something as simple as a walk in the woods can improve our overall health and wellbeing. It's a wonderful practice that benefits the body, mind, and soul.