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074 Shinrin-Yoku The Japanese Art of Forest Bathing

A couple years back I wrote an article about a Japanese practice called Shinrin-Yoku, or loosely translated, Forest Bathing. Because of the recent Covid-19 Pandemic, it’s something I’ve been putting into practice now more than ever. I wanted to share this practice with you because I think you’ll find it a valuable tool for your emotional and creative well-being. 

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The Art and Practice of Forest Bathing

 

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