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Connecting with nature can lead you to your spiritual self more quickly than meditation. How to connect with nature can be as elaborate as a two week trek in the wilderness or as simple as walking through a park. If you are homebound possibly move a chair to your back porch and move outside, close your eyes and listen to what nature has to say. Even if you live in a busy metropolitan region connecting with the outside air and sky is brilliant for your spirit.
According to World Forum Foundation.org:
Children develop unfounded fears of the natrual enviroment when they have little contact
TV & other media screen time has reduced the amount of time children spend outdoors
Too much time indoors can lead to vitamin D deficiencies, which can lead torisk factors for rickets, cardiovascular diseases, and or cancer/autoimmune issues
Benefits to Nature connections:
Nature time elicits great observation and creativity skills
Time spent in nature with nurturing adults helps children develop stronger learning skills
The earlier the time spent in nature, observing,playing etc helps children develop lifelong learning skills and understandings about the world in which they live
Time in nature helps reduce stress and the impact stress has on both children and adults
Helps aleviate Mental Health imbalances
It increases positive feelings for others
It increases coordinating agility skills
Look at the climate change debate and those who think it is a fallacy....how much time did they spend in nature as a child???
Join us as we connect with Nature and Connect with ourselves!