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Getting Back to Our Nature

Our bodies are amazing organisms intricately connected to our mother Earth, pulsating with the same energy that breathes life into all living beings.

Rooted in the ancient wisdom of the Vedas, which include Yoga and Ayurveda, we understand that human beings are “microcosms” of the “macrocosm” - the universe- composed and influenced by the same forces, laws, and cycles.

Yet, amidst modern advancements and other convenient solutions, we've veered away from our innate harmony, opting for convenient processed foods over fresh seasonal produce, and disrupting our natural rhythms with artificial light and technological intrusions, not only that, but we walk less, we spend more time inside… Do you see? We are slowly separating ourselves from our nature, literally!  

This disconnection brings severe consequences, manifesting as a myriad of imbalances and illnesses. When we don’t respect our natural rhythms, our digestion, hormones, recovery, and overall health suffer.

We have been indoctrinated to accept all these conveniences and shortcuts as the norm—quick fixes, fast foods, and pharmaceuticals—but our bodies recognize the dissonance. Our environment profoundly shapes our health; devoid of sunlight, fresh air, clean water and greenery, we slowly fall into a state of ‘dis-ease’ and disconnection.

So, what's the solution? It's evident: realigning with nature's blueprint—nourishing our bodies with whole foods, embracing natural rhythms, immersing ourselves back into nature, walking on the earth barefoot (grounding), etc.

Embracing supportive practices that tether us back to nature sets the motion for profound shifts. By fostering habits that align with our true ‘nature’, we awaken a newfound sense of groundedness, clarity, and vitality.

Here are a few simple steps to reconnect with the rhythms of our nature:

  • Eat foods with minimal ingredients

  • Walk barefoot on the grass or the sand 

  • Get into natural bodies of water

  • Do some gardening

  • Watch the sunrise/sunset

  • Listen to the birds

  • Smell the plants

  •  Sunbath 

  • Set a flexible consistent schedule for eating and sleeping. -By flexible I mean a 30-minute range or so - 

In fostering this vital connection with nature, we embark on a transformative journey toward holistic well-being, aligning body, mind, and spirit with the rhythms of the universe as one.

Let’s get back into nature!

To your wellness,


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