Category Archives: Reconnecting to Nature

Why Nature is Good for Us

The Benefits of Chaparral Education – the research Increasing public awareness of what healthy, shrub-covered landscapes look like (and what they are called) is one of the first steps necessary in gaining public support in developing a plan to help … Continue reading

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Wisdom of the Chipmunk

What can we do? Listen to the chipmunk. The negative news just keeps coming. How does one deal with it all and make a positive contribution at the same time? I found my answer during a 10 day solo backpack … Continue reading

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Rediscovering our true, wild selves through Nature

Carl Jung, the founder of analytical psychology, was once asked about the future of our species. “Are we going to make it?” “Yes,” he answered, “if enough people do the inner work.” Jung’s answer is providing the guidance for the … Continue reading

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