Earthing

Barefoot contact on the ground is known as Earthing or Grounding and is not only beneficial to our physical health but most people notice that the 'feeling of well-being' is better when they walk barefoot on Mother Nature's Earth. Scientific research related to Earthing, demonstrates less stress, a better immune system and major reduction of the inflammatory system to name a few.

We are so excited to be offering classes very soon so you can learn about, and experience, the many benefits of Earthing.  We look forward to sharing the 'magic' with you.

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Due to the vast extent of our technologies insulating us from the wholesome and harmonious frequencies of Earth itself (soil) we are currently experiencing a 'pandemic' of ill health and depleted immune systems as a race.  Nature Normal is to be in constant contact with these enlivening and peaceful vibrations as a constant living experience.  Thus to have these frequencies available to as many as possible we have an Australian company who has evolved other products that allow anyone to be earthed in their high rise apartment or even if unable to get to her luscious soil for other reasons! We are in process to be offering these high quality, local products to you, within the week...

For now here is some info' to get you going ...

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Forest Bathing

In Japan, we practice something called forest bathing, or shinrin-yoku. Shinrin in Japanese means “forest,” and yoku means “bath.” So shinrin-yoku means bathing in the forest atmosphere,

or taking in the forest through our senses....

By opening our senses, it bridges the gap between us and the natural world. 

 

                                      

We all know how good being in nature can make us feel... The sounds of the forest, the scent of the trees, the sunlight playing through the leaves, the fresh, clean air — give us a sense of comfort. They ease our stress and worry, help us to relax and to think more clearly. Being in nature can restore our mood, give us back our energy and vitality, refresh and rejuvenate us. But what exactly is this feeling that is so hard to put into words? I am a scientist, not a poet.  And I have been investigating the science behind that feeling for many years.,,

 

Qing Li

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The Science of Forest Bathing.

 

The Japanese have known for years that spending mindful time in the woods is beneficial for body and soul. Now western doctors – and royals – agree.

                                               Harriet Sherwood, The Guardian

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Benefits:

Across the last three decades, international research has demonstrated and validated the many benefits Forest Therapy and Shinrin-yoku bring about. These benefits can be classified into two groups: direct and indirect effects.

 

Main direct effects


The main medical, physiological and mental health benefits of guided Forest Therapy walks are:

  • reduced blood pressure (systolic and diastolic)

  • lowered pulse rate

  • reduced blood pressure (systolic and diastolic)

  • reduced stress hormone (cortisol) level

  • reduced anxiety

  • surge in the activity of cancer- and tumor-fighting blood cells (‘natural killer’ cells)

  • exposure to anti-bacterial, anti-microbial, anti-fungal and anti-inflammatory substances emitted by trees and plants (phytoncides)

  • increased happiness and positive mood

  • enhanced energy level

  • better concentration

Main indirect effects


Regular guided forest therapy walks bring about the following indirect or long-term health effects:

  • increased overall fitness levels

  • improved immune system

  • weight loss

  • reduced risk of obesity

  • reduced risk of heart and lung diseases

  • reduced risk of getting depressed

  • less likelihood of feeling stressed in typical day-to-day situations

  • better and more regular sleep

  • more positive mood and motivation (less mood-swings)

  • enhanced ability to focus

  • higher self-confidence and a more stable personality

 

The degree of measured health benefits varies from person to person due to a number of factors coming into play (for example, overall constitution and health, age, gender, hormonal and genetic dispositions, previous illnesses, lifestyle, type of forest etc.).

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