A Positive Feeling of Oneness - Connecting With the Earth

 

Here's an interesting article which speaks of "Eutierria" or "A positive feeling of oneness with the earth and it's life forces" https://www.psychologytoday.com/…/eutierria-becoming-one-na…

Come delve into your own sense of eutierric connection, join us this weekend:

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The Gift of Rain

The Gift of Rain

It is most certainly true that after several years of drought, the California landscape desperately needs the rain. It also can be said that time in the rain allows us to get close enough to our discomforts to create a different more empowering relationship with them. And yet, what I really want to share a focus on, is the actual pleasures we get to experience by being in the rain. As the rain comes down on one of my recent walks, these are just a few of the gifts my fellow forest bathers and I are able to receive. Definitely a deeply sensorial experience. I hope you'll enter into the experience with us. Come along...

Physicians Are Prescribing Nature Therapy

Physicians Are Prescribing Nature Therapy

With all the research on the health benefits of the outdoors, can it be long before physicians are prescribing nature for their patients? Well in some areas they already are. Here are 2 excellent articles explaining more:

1) Bare hopes the studies will establish nature as a viable therapy for a range of ailments, from depression and post-traumatic stress disorder to traumatic brain injury and dementia. More important, he wants to establish credibility with the mainstream medical community and insurance companies.

https://www.outsideonline.com/2127271/time-for-doctors-prescribe-outdoor-therapy

2) Zarr told me that exhorting patients to “get more exercise” was too vague. Last year, he decided to start trying something different. He stopped asking his patients, “Do you move?”…

The Moon's Ascent

The Moon's Ascent

I arrive at the put in to Little Trout Bay in Canada
at about 8:30p.m. and by 9:00p.m. my kayak loaded, I'm
on the water. As I paddle into the bay, the sky behind
me is filled with wisps of scarlet clouds, the effects
of the setting sun. The water is glassy and tinged a
deep green. As I get closer to the open waters of Lake
Superior the call of Loons echoes through the air. The
night sky is dark before me now and I am gently rising
and falling with the swells on the still glassy
waters…