BC National Forest Week, September 22 to 28, 2019

Its BC National Forest Week – So I thought I would share a post I wrote a few years ago…for Elephants Journal – Forest Day Should Be Every Day

My love affair with trees began in childhood. Climbing up into the welcoming arms of the silver birch in our back garden was probably my earliest powerful “connection” with nature as a child. The trees gifted me freedom—the higher I climbed, the more free I became. Nestled on my favourite branch, I felt safe and nurtured in the arms of the graceful tree. When she swayed, I swayed with her and we became one. She cradled me with love.

That deep love and intimate connection with trees has never left me, in fact it has grown deeper and more powerful over the years. 

For me, the forest is a place of beauty and sanctuaryan inspiration for my work and creativity; a spiritual and healing place. Sadly, today we lack an intimacy with the natural world. In our increasingly busy world of technology we tend to …read full post 

Forest Day should be Every Day: Rediscovering our Deep-Rooted Connection

I have also included a few videos for some inspiration :

Take a Walk

The Joy of Trees

Let the Forest Echo with Laughter

Let the Forest echo with Laughter from Marghanita Hughes on Vimeo.

Together we can create a better future – make time for nature – she is waiting for you – why not try some forest art this weekend…

Wishing you all a beautiful week with our Mother Earth, love and peace Marghanita x

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