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Humans And Their Bond With Nature

20 Jul 2015


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Humans And Their Bond With Nature

 

The dewdrops, chirping birds, sound of water and soothing breeze caress and refreshen you. These little nature's gifts are an intangible part of our lives. 

 

“Nature is the art of god.” It holds the power of healing internally. Mother nature's touch helps reduce stress, improves mood and the cognitive performance. Since time immemorial human beings have continuously been interacting with nature. 

 

They have an eternal bond with the greens and hence various studies have shown that humans are instinctive towards nature and have enormously positive reactions towards it. This phenomenon is coined as biophilia. Famous studies have revealed that people who were hospitalized recovered quicker with a view on group of trees, than with a view on a brick wall! It is also evident that being outside in nature for just 20 minutes in a day was enough to significantly boost vitality levels.

 

With the kind of hectic schedules and super busy lifestyle we are living today it has become very important that we come in connect with nature atleast once in a day. Hence the doctors have advised that one should walk barefoot on the dewdrops, stare at the greens. This helps release the stress in the body and rejuvenates ones mind.

 

Considering the power of nature people nowadays are seeking residences that are tucked in lush greenery. They yearn for amenities that will help them bond with the nature. Luxury is important, ofcourse, but one must not distance themselves from the natural way of life. Just a stroll through a garden or a Sunday evening spent gazing at the sunset in a field is enough to bring you back to your roots. Those missing out on family time need only look to family gardens to rekindle that effervescent bond with their loved ones. If you’re in the mood for introspection, the quiet of the woods is your best companion. There are many ways, one only needs to find them.

 

In this mad dash to conquer the world, it’s important to remember that there’s a whole other side to life and the grass is truly greener on that side. 

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