“Nature” can be defined in terms of the great outdoors or observations in your own backyard. City dwellers experience the natural world in a park or on a patio and can find those connections meaningful. While readers enjoy immersing themselves deep in the forest, high on an isolated mountaintop, or in the vast wilderness of a desert, nature finds its way into urban settings, too. And no matter where you find it, Nature’s Healing Spirit can help.
Stanford psychological researchers recently reported that those who are anxious benefit from regular visits to natural settings. People who exercise in natural spaces seem to focus outward, thereby freeing themselves of the self-obsessed thinking that magnifies problems. Nature increases beneficial serotonin and reduces depression. There’s something about walking along a trail, a tiny dot on a landscape framed by formidable mountains, ancient trees, and blue sky that clears the mind—and many studies verify this.
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