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{FOREST BATHING} How this helped my anxiety

{FOREST BATHING} How this helped my anxiety

Hi Beautiful.

Have you heard about this beautiful art and science that the Japanese call Forest Bathing

(Or Shinrin-Yoku, in Japanese)

The concept, receiving medicine by immersing yourself in nature - specifically connecting with trees and mindfully engaging all of your senses, was introduced in 1982 by the Japanese government.

Even though this only became a 'thing' in the 80's, people have been doing it since the beginning of time.

Well, until now...

Unfortunately we're more connected to electronic devices than we are to nature these days. But that means this forest medicine is more even healing and more necessary than ever before.

I started intentionally forest bathing right before I began my PhD program in Hawaii years ago. I noticed that it kept me out of anxiety, which is a miracle considering how stressful and anxiety-inducing graduate student life is. 

It kept me grounded. It kept me genuine and authentic. And it inspired me to change my path. It directed me away from all of the things that kept me stuck in my head and brought me back to my heart. To my roots.

It healed me. It works.

Watch this behind the scenes video I made while Forest Bathing in Hawaii.

Sending lots of love, always.

Korynn xx


P.S. You can ignore the end of the video that says to schedule a breakthrough session with me because I'm not taking any 1:1 clients. However, if you'd like to experience the deeply healing medicine of forest bathing, join us here

P.P.S. Did you hear?! Now with every single (or monthly) purchase at The Zen Femme we will plant a tree somewhere in the world that needs it most. Together, we can be a force for good and rebuild forests. One for one. Find out more here.

If we surrendered / to earth's intelligence / we could rise up rooted, like the trees.
- Rainer Maria Rilke

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