Email: What’s the easiest way to relax, rest? (Vietnam)
Being in nature reduces pain, increases pleasant, peaceful feelings. As per research, exposure to nature offers serenity, emotional connection to source, self-compassion. Contributes to wellness, reduces blood pressure, heart rate, muscle tension, stress hormones.
We find trees, plants, water, flowers, other natural elements quite comforting, soothing. Patients in hospital, residents in apartments with views of trees, gardens feel more restored, harmonious, balanced than those facing concrete wall’s.
Nature deprivation is dangerous. Time spent in nature is simple, precious, priceless with multiple health benefits, mindfulness, nurturance. Unleashes creativity, imagination, spirit of discovery, calms the nerves.
In Japan, Shinrin Yoku or ‘forest bathing’ is a popular natural therapy for well-being, holistic healing.
I’m happier interacting with it, spending time in it, experiencing it, appreciating abundance, generosity. Love walking barefoot on grass, green spaces, beaches. A very special bond.