Daily Archives: February 4, 2012

Saturday Activity an Energy walk

As the world begins to wake up from the winter slumber and the first hints of spring are arriving, it is a good time to start doing energy walks. There is no better way to get the lay of the land or nurture your relationship with nature then to actually be in it and walk it

How lucky am I? This photo was taken actually near my house!

When I was little we lived in 3 places. All of them were in the country. One actually backed up on to a state park. I spent days wondering in the redwoods and finding small streams The one I lived in the longest had tons of trails around and lots of wildlife. Plants and birds, squirls abound along with foxes, bobcats, coyotes  It was a great place to grow up. We were out in nature and got to see the change of seasons (as much as the change here in central Cali)

So where ever you are I suggest you pick a plot of land, or space, or walking path that you enjoy. Pick something that you have access too and will be safe year round. Plan (as in mark it on your calendar now) to walk it one Saturday a month for the year. While you walk try to just enjoy and be. You know the saying “be here now” that is what you want. you want to be in it and experience it with all of your senses.  As you move through the year you will develop a deeper relationship with this spot as well as nature all around you. Plus this is something that is good for you health and you can do with your whole family no matter what their religious beliefs.

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