Today’s article shares how to experience nature’s peace and presence anywhere, anytime—even within crises, crowds and cities.
Today’s article shows ways we can let go of trying to make things happen, by opening ourself to ask for what we want.
Today’s article is an example of how to be with nature in a way that fosters an experience of heaven on earth.
Today’s article encourages us to learn from nature how to include and love ourself to make wise and joyful choices.
The word immersion describes an experience of letting go of our limited perception of our “everyday” life, self and problems, and experiencing something different, better and/or more profound.
Today’s article is an example of how to receive support from nature in whatever way we wish!
Can we allow joy when our to-do list is long? Are we too sick or frustrated to experience joy? To explore these answers and allow more joy into our life, read on…
No time for nature? Do you have more responsibilities on your to-do list than you can accomplish? Is your stress level too high to stop and smell the roses?
There may be times when we’ve experienced stress for so long, that it’s become “normal.” Like the proverbial lobster in a pot, when we first we enter life’s waters, they may be cool. As the burner of life beneath us lights, warmth (stress) rises and is relayed to the water in the pot. As its temperature slowly rises, so does our stress.
No matter how much we have and know, part of us may also be searching for something more. Although we may deeply appreciate all that we currently have and know, it’s also part of our inborn desire to want to create, manifest, be, do and have more.