Landscaping Your Life (LYL)

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In life as in nature - using nature as our mirror, and teacher, whether at work, in business or for leadership, health and relationships. Pins show different techniques in the LYL toolkit. Also see the landscaping your life facebook page (www.facebook.com/LandscapingYourLife) and YouTube (https://m.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4yQv_lGMJSVvkyIRXEy48diG9zTq11mG)

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Word of the Day: Psithurism. The sound of the wind through trees.

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Waldeinsamkeit (German): The feeling of being alone in the woods - perhaps a solution when you can't see the wood for the trees?

Of The Most Beautiful Words In The English Language 32 Of The Most Beautiful Words In The English Language Serendipity. One of my favorite Of The Most Beautiful Words In The English Language Serendipity. One of my favorite words Unusual Words, Rare Words, Unique Words, New Words, Powerful Words, Interesting Words, Awesome Words, Words For Love, Inspiring Words

14 Perfect Japanese Words You Need In Your Life

Get a bad hair cut? Japan has just the word.

Northumberland dark skies where you can actually see the stars! Silhouette Photography, Silhouette Art, Tumblr Wallpaper, Wallpaper Backgrounds, Star Art, Dark Skies, Stargazing, Night Skies, Cute Wallpapers

Imagine you are this person - imagine looking to the stars and notice what you notice

 Love reciting this poem in yoga classes during teacher trainings in Costa Rica. The Pavones jungle gives the perfect background for these words. Soul Poetry, Poetry Quotes, Me Quotes, Pretty Words, Beautiful Words, Cool Words, Native American Poems, Writing Poetry, Inspire Me

Love his poetry. Reminder to spend more time at home in nature. The forest knows where you are... | David Whyte 2 November 1955 (age 59) Mirfield, Yorkshire Occupation Poet Nationality British, American

Looking for the words in the woods. Unusual Words, Unique Words, Cool Words, Interesting Words, Fun Words To Say, The Words, Books And Tea, Words Quotes, Sayings

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Werifestera (v) ..to wander longingly through the forest in search of mystery - I wonder how this provides insight when you can't see the wood for the trees ?

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Here's even more evidence that you need to spend time enjoying nature

Spending time in nature improves cognitive functioning and boosts people's mood.

How to explore the world's largest cave, Hang Son Doong, in Vietnam - Lonely Planet Vietnam Tours, Vietnam Travel, Monte Everest, Underground Caves, Vietnam Voyage, See World, A Whole New World, Adventure Tours, World's Biggest

Photos: Inside Hang Son Doong, the world's largest cave — CNN

Inside Hang Son Doong: These photos show that a trip to Vietnam's Hang Son Doong is a jaw-dropping adventure like no other

Science news and science articles from New Scientist Mapeamento Cerebral, Cerebral Cortex, Brain Science, Science News, Brain Stem, Science Quotes, Brain Mapping, Red Words, Craniosacral Therapy

Brain's 'atlas' of words revealed

Scientists in the US have mapped out how the brain organises language.

Glued to your phone? Need a sense of perspective? One veteran tree-climber argues we should seek salvation in the branches – and reveals his five favourites in London London Plane Tree, Bushes And Shrubs, Tree Surgeons, Climber, The Guardian, Branches, Perspective, Environment, Heaven

Heaven up here: the joy of urban tree climbing — the guardian (UK)

Glued to your phone? Need a sense of perspective? One veteran tree-climber argues we should seek salvation in the branches – and reveals his five favourites in London