NATURE & NORMA PROJECT - Life 02. BIOTERRANEAN - Nothing Of Privileges 03. RISHI - Tathagatagarbha 0. 1. Tranceinformation 06:46 2. Cazador de Suenos 09:10 3. Secrets of the Flower of Life 08:16 4. Demanding Ears 06:16 5. Hologram Designer 07:36 6. Perfect Implant 08:03 7. An Emotion Compressed 07:43 8. Terapeutica Subconciente 07:43 9. 730 Days Lost in the Time 07:56. Subliminal Insane-You Cannot Lose All-2015.
Forest bathing is a concept that has recently gained popularity in the western world, though the practice was originally developed in Japan in the 1980s, known as Shinrin-yoku. Forest bathing is the simple art of spending time in nature, and has several powerful health benefits that are backed by science. Nature therapy is a cornerstone of Japanese medicine, it’s even a part of their national health program. How to forest bathe: The most straightforward way to forest bathe is to simply go out into nature.
Inspired by Shinrin-Yoku, or forest bathing, a concept that began in the 1980s in Japan, the practice can offer powerful health benefits, said Amos Clifford, founder and director of the Association of Nature and Forest Therapy Guides and Programs. He sees people become more relaxed and happier. As stress goes away, they start looking at their life in a new way. Some find relief for their chronic pain or insomnia.
Perfectly captures the mood of a harsh, unforgiving winter forest. The rest of the album is no less than astonishing.
In nature worship, a nature deity is a deity in charge of forces of nature such as water deity, vegetation deity, sky deity, solar deity, fire deity or any other naturally occurring phenomena such as mountains, trees, or volcanoes. Accepted in panentheism, pantheism, deism, polytheism, animism, totemism, shamanism and paganism the deity embodies natural forces and can have characteristics of the mother goddess, Mother Nature or lord of the animals.
The first designated forest-bathing location was the beautiful Akasawa forest in Nagano prefecture on the old Samurai Trail, where groves of Japanese cypress trees tower 35m high. I’m trying it out in Thorpe Forest in Norfolk, just a few miles from Thetford, on the Dad’s Army trail (the TV series was famously filmed in and around the town). It proves surprisingly difficult. My preferred way of being outdoors is to go for a long, strenuous walk. To creep along at a snail’s pace, noticing every leaf that quivers, is a challenge and I find my mind strays and my pace involuntarily picks up. But eventually the stillness of the forest on this cold spring day starts to work its magic.
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|3||Field Of Dreams|
|5||The Ultimate Solution|
|6||Like A Wind|
|10||Forest Of Life|
|11||Dreams Of Sanity|
|13||Trapped in A Sect|