Joel and Michelle Levey: Nature, Spirit and Wellness
Huffington Post - about 4 years
We all know how nourished and enlivened we feel when we are immersed in the natural world. Walking or sitting quietly in the verdant forests, gazing into a clear, starry night sky, or beholding vast vistas from mountain peaks, the inner nature of our own psychophysical state comes into resonance and alignment with the greater harmony, balance, vitality, vastness, and mystery of our natural world.
When we are living close to nature, we sleep better, breathe easier, are more at ease and less distressed, think more clearly and creatively, and are more likely to be more resilient. As many great scientists, innovators, and mystics have realized, time in nature brings us greater peace, deepens our reflection, and refines our receptivity to emerging streams of insight, revelation, and guidance. Is it any wonder that most of the great sages of our world such as Buddha, Jesus, Mohammed, Lao Tsu, Milarepa, and Black Elk were all illuminated during their long immersions in what Sufi
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