“In every walk with nature one receives far more than he seeks.”- John Muir
Starting the day with the sunrise walking in the forest is not only a physical activity, but also a kind of meditation. According to Japanese scientist Yoshifumi Miyazaki ‘forest bathing’ can significantly lower levels of cortisol, which is a stress hormone. Forest walk also lowers blood pressure and heart rate. It bolsters the immune system and provides a support against cancer cell formation.
“Getting back to nature is actually like a physiological homecoming” says Greg Seaman. He adds: “Bringing ourselves and our children into nature offers significant benefits for our personal well-being, as well as needed perspective to help support and guide future forest management practices.”
Widening horizons and embracing nature
NaturMed Program is a biorhythmic daily and weekly program. Starting the day with a forest or beach hike with the rising sun is the most important part of this daily rhythm. Nature can be experienced with all your senses while hiking. Walking in nature with the rising sun not only calms the mind but also invigorates the heart and lungs and improves circulation.
Hiking in the nature of Davutlar will accelerate the body’s purification process.