Walking In Nature Simple Benefits
I enjoy being out in nature as often as possible, whether it be out on my daily walk in the neighbourhood or getting out on the hiking trails in the country. We have found some simple wellness benefits to get out in nature walking every day and today we will share these ideas here.
“Hiking is not escapism; it’s realism. The people who choose to spend time outdoors are not running away from anything; we are returning to where we belong.” – Jennifer Pharr Davis
The idea of being out in nature every day got me thinking about the laws of nature and how those laws can help us humans live our best lives.
Some ideas today for you to consider the impact of getting out in nature more often can and will help you live your best life. Be sure to share any thoughts, ideas, or comments below this post.
Nature really does have many laws that can help us live our best lives.
Here are a few examples:
The law of balance: In nature, balance is essential for ecosystems to thrive. Similarly, in our own lives, finding a balance between work, rest, and play is essential for our overall well-being.
The law of growth: In nature, everything grows and evolves over time. In our own lives, we can strive for personal growth by learning new things, challenging ourselves, and seeking out new experiences.
The law of interdependence: In nature, everything is interconnected, and no organism can survive on its own. Similarly, in our own lives, we need others to support us and help us grow. Building strong relationships and community is an important part of living a fulfilling life.
The law of impermanence: In nature, everything is constantly changing and evolving. In our own lives, we can learn to embrace change and accept that nothing is permanent. This can help us let go of attachments and find peace in the present moment.
The law of adaptation: In nature, organisms must adapt to their environment in order to survive. In our own lives, we can learn to adapt to changing circumstances and challenges and find ways to thrive even in difficult situations.
By embracing these laws of nature, we can cultivate a deeper connection to the natural world and find a sense of purpose and fulfillment in our lives.
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We have found that an intentional walking practice has helped us with our daily thinking practice. What we know for sure is that walking outdoors will help improve how you feel, and your brain power and definitely help reduce stress. Walking in the morning is best and not only does it feel good, but it helps with your sleep at night and that helps with your brain power.
“Research shows that regular walking actually modifies your nervous system so much that you’ll experience a decrease in anger and hostility,” she says, especially when you're going for a stroll through some greenery or soaking in a bit of sunlight. This can be particularly helpful during the colder months when seasonal depression spikes. (source: Here- https://www.geelongmedicalgroup.com.au/2018/11/7-incredible-health-benefits-of-walking-30-minutes-a-day )
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We have outsourced our lifestyle for way too long!