Lucinda Law (@lucinda.law)

4 days ago

Connecting with nature and to its beauty is especially important in these times where most of us are staying in even more. Let’s bring nature and its magical healing goodness indoors into your space and life this week! Here are the some of my personal favourite ways: 1. Adopt a plant today or bring cut leaves into your space. Foliage like Dypsis lutescens, golden cane palm, last up to a month even. I’m also gonna start my edible garden this week! My sister is thrilled because she has always inspired me to garden and happily shared her passion with anyone! Excited to get some new seedlings soon! 2. Meditate, meditate, meditate. I did a course on the healing energy of nature and trees almost 13 years ago. In some of my meditation practice, I love connecting to my favourite beautiful trees & calming nature power spots I’ve encountered around the world (NZ, Glastonbury, Tenkawa, Chiang Mai, Kauai, etc ). Here I’m with a majestic Licuala peltata var. sumawongii in Queen Sirikit Botanic Gardens, Chiang Mai, Thailand. 3. Create nature-inspired art and crafts because you’ll surrounded your senses with nature. Sharpening your observations of nature is also another form of meditation which boost up the immune system. It also makes you more creative where you can connect different ideas calmly to find the right and most peaceful solutions. I hope you’ll make some time for nature today which is so good for your well-being. Stay well everyone, we’re gonna get through this together. 💚 #natureconnection #lucindalaw #stayhealthy #stayhome #lovematters #palms #urbanjunglebloggers #plants #plantsmakepeoplehappy #plantsofinstagram #plantstagram #plantsplantsplants #naturelover #green #foliageplant #leaves #botanicallife #licuala #Licualapeltatavarsumawongii

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