ets play a fundamental role in contributing to the health and happiness of humans. Making eye contact with your dog can trigger the release of oxytocin while cuddling your furry friend can increase the production of serotonin. Not only are they a loyal companion who offers unconditional love, they’re also a great teacher of mindfulness, given their ability to naturally live in the present moment.
Not simply an emotion, awe is an
altered state of consciousness that can make us feel more human and alive.
Spending 36 hours in a small but spacious tiny house realigns us with nature’s pace — a way of being that lends itself to stillness and ease.
ractising mindfulness in nature provides the perfect backdrop for slowing down and reconnecting with yourself.
Moving slowly and in tune with nature through the practice of forest bathing is a powerful way to cultivate a deeper sense of presence and wellbeing.