Living in Sync with Nature


Listen to “Living in Sync with Nature”.

“The earth has music for those who listen” – Rumi

Believe it or not, you are part of nature and an essential piece of the puzzle which makes up the bigger picture. 

Planet earth is one big ecosystem which connects everything and everyone. Our breath and heartbeat are constant reminders of life’s pulsing rhythm that moves around and within us. The more you live in alignment with nature and its biological rhythms, the smoother your life will flow.

There is no doubt that we humans are falling out of sync with nature. Today, everything is digital, processed and chemically enhanced. We spray poison on the food that we eat and pump it into the water we drink, all the while telling ourselves that we have made great scientific leaps.

The world we are currently living in reflects the decisions that we have made in the past. We have previously viewed ourselves as separate from nature and the environment, but it’s time to wake up and realise that we are one with the world we inhabit.

Deep down, we know human beings have a strong connection to nature, and we know that strengthening that link has a positive impact on our well-being.

The Earth is Alive

Arranging your life a little better and syncing it with the natural cycles of life around you and the planet itself is essential. After all, it is the world you live in, which has made your life the way it is.   

Here are some ways to sync with nature:

Spend More Time in Nature

The easiest way to sync with nature is to surround yourself with it. The more high-tech our lives become, the more nature we need. 

Spending time in nature, looking at plants, water, birds, and other aspects of the natural world gives the cognitive portion of our brain a break, allowing us to be more focused, patient and energised.

Eat Real Food

Switch to food which is ‘alive’. To stay healthy and live longer, we need to eat live foods which are full of energy. 

Alive foods will provide your body with the nutrients it needs to function optimally. The healthiest eating plan is simple. It involves consuming more vegetables, fruits, and protein, and fewer processed carbohydrates. Avoid eating packaged and processed foods whenever possible.

Mind-Body Practices

Your body’s primary movement and the most potent force in your life is the quiet cycle of your breath. Yet, few know much about this inner resource. Consciously learning how to breath in movement and stillness, agitation and joy can lower your heart rate, alleviate stress, support sleep and expand your capacity for life-force. Breathwork even helps your health and serves as a bridge to your spiritual nature. 

Yoga involves gentle exercises that incorporate both meditation and controlled physical movements. The focus on deep breathing and stretching effectively relieves the symptoms of depression, such as sleep troubles, pain, and loss of energy. Yoga gives you totality and allows you to find space within yourself to unite the body, mind and spirit.

Sound Healing

Sound healing is believed to help treat stress, depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, sleep problems, and chronic pain.

What are Sound Baths & How they Promote Mental Peace

According to sound healing practitioners, the body’s cells can be harmonised by sound through vibration, thus promoting healing. Sound baths use repetitive notes at different frequencies to help bring your focus away from your thoughts. 

If you find it difficult to find time for a sound healing session, you can try DeepH App Meditations. The app has a specially designed section to help you access meditative states through the transformative and healing power of sound.