If we look for loneliness in nature, we will also find the solution to our loneliness there. ”
We are all now home-bound. We live with social media and, despite all measures, we are busy and “cozy”. Yet something is missing. We feel lonely with all the hustle and bustle.
Who comes to you in the middle of the night when you need it?
Read the excerpt below or read the entire article “If we look for loneliness in nature, we will also find the solution to our loneliness there.”
“And what about hermits and people who consciously seek solitude after a busy working day in nature? Are they not weird? Do they not feel alone? Paradoxically, we often feel less lonely by consciously seeking solitude in nature This is not illogical if you read previous paragraphs carefully, but this is not to say that we do not need other people, our peers, but it is possible to briefly come to yourself, on your fold, in the silence of the forest. be a relief, literally and figuratively. It can feel less lonely as a walk through a busy city park. Especially when we try to make contact with the forest. To say it in the words of Manfred Spitzer: “When we look for loneliness in nature we also find the solution to our loneliness there ”.
The entire Dutch article can be read at:
Forest Mind instructors point the way to nature. Forest Mind instructors bring your head back to the here and now with short and simple exercises.
The photo shows a number of participants who are completing an exercise. Because it is an individual experience, I take the time so that everyone can also complete the exercise with their own experience. As a Forest Mind Instructor I don’t need signposts. The group automatically indicates which path is being walked. No rush is important.
I am convinced that every participant experiences deep inner peace for the rest of the day.
Would you like to participate and become acquainted with Forest Mind, please register at the contact form on http://www.paulsbuitenoaching.com.
If the authorities find it safe, I can schedule new meetings. From now on at a safe distance of 1.5 meters.