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By Roger Boddaert
Special to the Village News 

Forest bathing: the art of shinrin yoku

 

Last updated 6/24/2021 at 11:13am

Trees

Village News/Roger Boddaert photo

It can be beneficial to spend quality time out in the woods, time that can energize people.

Forest bathing is a way to submerge yourself into nature and observe all the natural wonders that abound in a forest or woodland-like setting.

When early man came out of the forest to explore his new boundaries, he left the safety of the woodlands that sheltered him, gave him a food supply and a sense of connection to the wonders of his world.

Today, we also can find solace, peace, harmony, and a sense of connection to the preciousness of nature's trees and the woodlands.

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