A Peak Inside My Garden
Nature has always been my primary source of solace and escapism. There’s such deep reassurance to be found in the rhythms and patterns of plants, animals and the seasons. The inescapable hope that comes from sowing seeds or burying bulbs in anticipation of a more beautiful future. The steadfastness of ancient trees who have seen it all before. The joyful oblivion of birds singing in the trees.
Taking time to be in nature, and to notice her gradual changes, is my most consistent mindfulness practice. And the thing that makes the fastest and most tangible difference to my mental state. Just five minutes with my hands in the soil, or looking up at the sky, and I feel better.
Here’s a peak at some pictures from my garden which give me great joy, I hope they give you this too…
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