Nature + Movement

Long walks in nature, which I’ve previously written about, has been key to cultivating my sense of inner calm. There is something very healing about being out in nature especially when combined with movement. I’ve walked hundreds of miles already this year. These walks have been soothing and provide a quiet time for me to think and process my feelings. Often creative solutions to issues I’m dealing with come up during my long walks. I’ve also been amazed at how walking in nature, even at just a leisurely pace, can produce immense physical benefits.

Natchez Trace National Scenic Trail (U.S. National Park Service)

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4 Responses to Nature + Movement

  1. Anything that gets your heart moving can be beneficial. Although, I’m not a nature girl, I do love running. I got my run in early today b/c I felt the heat while I was watering my back yard. I thought, lets get this Vitamin D.

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  2. I agree, I like walking in the nature, doesn’t matter if in a wood or along the sea. In silence, it is not silence, but so much natural noise

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    • msw blog says:

      Yes, the natural noise is often so calming, that it allows one to be one with solitude, while problem solving, and creating new ideas. The best part it often cost very little to nothing to engage in such a wonderful activity. 

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