The weather is changing. In the northern hemisphere, it’s spring; in the southern, it’s fall. It’s the perfect weather to go out into nature, whether you want to hike, read, or write outside. And each of these activities can help you on your healing journey.
Too often we let the chaos in the world around us create chaos inside ourselves. This can be especially detrimental if you are a survivor of childhood sexual abuse. The soothing rhythm of nature can calm the chaos inside of us and create a quiet space where we can get back in touch with our bodies, our emotions, and our truth.
Stepping away from our multi-tasking, noisy life and into the steady rhythm of nature can do wonders for you. Even doing a daily task outside that you would usually do inside can have a positive effect on your day. A variety of benefits have been found in regards to spending time outside. You can make the most of this time if you go with a plan in mind.
Even if you wouldn’t describe yourself as outdoorsy, you can still benefit from a little time in nature. Take some time on a day with good weather this week and see what truths you can learn about yourself from spending time outside.
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