Nature connection practices reconnect us to our fundamental rhythms and habitat. Through continuous and repeated observation of the surroundings and the interrelations within. These practices provide the opportunity to retune to the frequency and rhythms of the natural world, returning us to a much needed sense of belonging.
Attention to Sensory Awareness
Attention Restoration Theory
We Feel Good and at Ease in Nature
Nature is Good for our Health
Throughout evolution, human beings have thrived more than 99,99% of their time in a natural environment. Our bodies have adapted to nature over thousands of years of evolution making Man a Natural Being. The first record of the Homo Sapiens on the planet is from 200,000 years, they lived fully immersed, dependant and relying on their natural environment. It is only since the advent of the Agrarian age or Neolithic Revolution some 12,500 years ago that humans started forming settlements, abandoning their hunter gatherer way of life. Only more recently, with the Industrial Revolution at the turn of the 19th Century, only 250 years ago, that cities all over the world have become densely populated and our connection with nature greatly diminished. It is now commonly agreed upon that this great change in lifestyle and the environment that surrounds us has affected us deeply.