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Reconnecting with Nature: The Remarkable Benefits of Grounding Barefoot in the Earth

In today’s fast-paced and technology-driven world, we often find ourselves disconnected from the natural world that surrounds us. However, there is a simple and powerful practice that can help us reestablish our connection with the Earth and experience a multitude of physical and mental benefits. Grounding barefoot in the dirt or grass, also known as “earthing,” allows us to reconnect with nature’s energy and harness its remarkable healing potential. Join us as we explore the benefits of this ancient practice and rediscover the power of connecting with the Earth.

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We ALL Have Rituals

rit·u·al?/?riCH(o?o)?l/?noun?a religious or solemn ceremony consisting of a series of actions performed according to a prescribed order.?”the role of ritual in religion”?adjective?relating to or done as a religious or solemn rite.?”ritual burial”?A ritual, for me, is the act of many of my mundane tasks that I take great care and enjoyment doing.?We All Have Rituals

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Are the Stories of the Moon True?

In Shakespeare’s “Othello,” Emilia tells Othello that the moon has “drawn too close to the Earth” — and driven men insane.

The idea that full moons hold power, can disrupt emotion state of minds, and might even cause physical illness or changes, is a very strong belief for generations and even in today’s generation.

In fact, one study says that nearly 81 percent of mental health professionals believe that the moon has the power of making some people ill.

Here’s what researchers have found about the moon’s effects on human bodies and behavior.

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