Reconnect with Nature

Monday, March 23, 2020

Amidst the stress and uncertainty in the world, it is easy to forget the fact that our brains are actually wired to thrive in close connection with nature. Our senses are keenly in tune with the earth’s subtle signals. There is no mandate against meditating outdoors… your backyard could be your new best friend right now.  Soothe your psyche, nourish your body, and elevate creativity to new heights!

Meditation on nature's patterns reawakens our deepest instinctive powers and brightens our curiosity, as we journey into realizing our interdependence and connection. Take this time to bring the wisdom of the wild into your daily life. So, step outside and marvel at the earth’s beauty and wisdom communicating with us every day.

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