Saturday, 29 October 2011

Grounding in the woods

This morning we went for a bare-footed walk in our childhood forest. The purpose was to ground ourselves, inspired by Mr Wolfe's talk. The air was about 8 degrees (celcius), and the ground was probably around 5, and the cold was definitely felt. After a while of walking, our feet started to hurt a lot, but then they just became numb and we couldn't feel anything anymore. When we got back inside the car our feet immediately warmed up, and they felt invigorated and well. And I feel well and invigorated otherwise too, although I think my 3 cups of chaga tea has had some say in it. We will probably do this again sometime, and next summer we'll probably forget our shoes all together.


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