Nature is good because it is an accessible environment, and we can freely say – a means to calm anxiety, anxiety of all kinds and stress. Here’s how to enjoy it to the fullest.
Sit in the park and listen to the sounds around you. No, don’t go to nature with headphones in your ears. This is the greatest sin you can commit against yourself and nature itself, because in that way you are denying yourself the most beautiful music that exists, the music of nature. And the most beautiful music for our ears is the blissful silence in nature. Feel it and let it permeate your being. There is no better way to energize your being than that.
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In addition, feel the smells and look at the colors that surround you. Give a name to the feeling you feel and enjoy that unique feeling of relaxation that only nature can give you. We notice this when walking on green areas in the city, when we are on the beach or in the mountains. In short, at every moment when we are in contact with what nature has created.
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On this occasion, we want to show you why and how to calm your mind and reduce stress levels through being in nature, most importantly, what are the benefits of being in nature for your overall health.
The first reason why nature calms the mind is the strong connection we create with essential, essential things. Everything that man has created is functional for our life, but nature connects us with what, in fact, we are.
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Thanks to these precious moments of separation from technology and various tricks, we can listen to who we really are.
When we are in contact with nature, difficult emotions are reduced, such as anger, rage, frustration, anxiety and sadness. All you need is a home window with a view of the greenery or a lunch break surrounded by greenery to feel better.
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The only thing better than that is walking in nature, cycling, hanging out with nice people in the natural environment.
Instead of spending time with friends in a closed and smoky cafe, take a walk through a park, forest or by the river. Even walking through a city crowned with smog is better than sitting in a closed, stuffy space.
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Natural elements, in fact, calm the mind because they reduce the stimuli to which we are constantly exposed.
Nature acts on our emotional resources because it activates the areas of the brain responsible for pleasure. For that reason, people on green surfaces are more energetic and happier. You noticed that, didn’t you ?! Even your pets are much happier when they are outside than inside. It is not difficult to discern why.
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Scientific study of prof. Richard Ryan showed that people who live in nature increase their vital energy and become less ill.
To get the most out of nature, you need to connect deeply with the here and now. It is that famous moment of the present that we hear and read so much about, and there is no way to reach or recognize it, to enter it. Let’s wake up.
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To do this, you should use all five senses to consciously perceive the experience you are experiencing.
Sounds, flickers, smells, air movement, details you can see, touch or feel… will make you enjoy nature through 360 degrees.
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When thoughts come to mind that distract you, all you need to do is notice it, take note, and then consciously return to focusing on what you see and feel around you, at a given moment.
Be aware of the present moment. Although, not only in nature, but in everything in which you participate in life.
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If you learn to be conscious in the present moment, you will be able to feel the blessings of nature in your mind and body.
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