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2. Shinrin Yoku

2. Shinrin Yoku

Shinrin Yoku is a Japanese term that translates to "forest bathing." It involves immersing oneself in nature, particularly forests, and mindfully connecting with the natural environment. The practice is based on the belief that spending time in nature has calming and therapeutic effects on the mind and body.

Benefits of Shinrin Yoku include

  • reduced stress levels
  • improved mood, increased focus and creativity
  • strengthened immune system
  • overall feeling of well-being

By engaging in Shinrin Yoku regularly, individuals can experience a sense of peace, rejuvenation, and harmony with nature.

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