Entries tagged with “Ecotherapy”
Forge a deeper connection with the world around you in six simple ways. Start with a DIY nature altar.
Do no harm: Three surprising insights and reflections on the practice of ahimsa from the fungi on the forest floor, plus five practices for tapping in.
Do you accept the challenge to take a walk and take a stand? The compassion cell garden blends nature, reflection, and a charge to spread compassion through your world.
Deepen your connection to trees.
Taking time to engage with nature is as close to a cure-all as you’ll find. Ecotherapy can make you feel happier, less fatigued, and more at peace.
“If you feel drawn to a particular place outdoors in nature, try to go there (even if just in your mind).”
“But I’ll tell you what hermits realize. If you go off into a far, far forest, and get very quiet, you’ll come to understand that you’re connected with everything.” —Alan Watts Ha…
“I am hoping the researchers are right when they say that breathing in and touching soil bacteria can strengthen the mood and immune system.”
Restore your natural rhythms at these idyllic getaways.
Shinrin-yoku is a practice of taking time to enjoy moving through a forest one step at a time
Here are 5 suggestions on how you might look to nature to enhance your own creativity.
Lyanda Lynn Haupt, eco-philosopher, naturalist, writer, educator, and author discusses the human connection to nature, the necessity of solitude, and shedding otherness.
We can reconnect to ourselves, gaining a deeper, fuller understanding of who we are, by reconnecting to nature.
Forest bathing can bring healing to anyone who practices it.
A skinny dipping experience can not only be incredibly sensual, but it can also be undeniably spiritual.
Over every mountain there is a path, although it may not be seen from the valley. —Theodore Roethke For many of us, overwhelming stress sends us straight into the arms of Mother N…
Once a month is enough to sustain higher levels of immunity, and the intention of healing magnifies the effects.