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2020 Reflection

With 2020 coming to an end, I'd like to share a reflection on how Well-Natured Wandering has come to life this year. This business has provided me with a channel to bring more peace into the world...

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What is Forest Therapy?

There are many words we humans use to point to the experience of becoming fully present and connected to our natural surroundings... Shinrin Yoku (森林浴) by the Japanese, Forest Therapy in many...

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Science & Knowledge Posts

What is Forest Therapy?

There are many words we humans use to point to the experience of becoming fully present and connected to our natural surroundings... Shinrin Yoku (森林浴) by the Japanese, Forest Therapy in many...

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Well-Natured Wandering Insights

2020 Reflection

With 2020 coming to an end, I'd like to share a reflection on how Well-Natured Wandering has come to life this year. This business has provided me with a channel to bring more peace into the world...

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Nature Journaling Posts

A Story of a Chrysalis

When I laid my eyes upon the thick, bright caterpillar, I was filled with joyous excitement. Beside the driveway of my very own home, a caterpillar had decided to feed on some leaves. It was perched...

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Immerse Yourself in a Forest Therapy Experience

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are the Traditional Custodions of the land on which Well-Natured Wandering practices Forest Therapy. Sincere respect goes to the Elders, past, present and emerging as the holders of the memories, the traditions, the culture and the spiritual wellbeing of the diverse nations across Australia.