One in Nature

One in Nature

Mindful nature connections for everyday life: the podcast features timely practices for uplifting, heart centered and transformative experiences with nature. Our mission is to bring people and the world of nature closer by interviewing leading edge contributors about nature based wellbeing, greater balance and sense of belonging within the web of life. We hope to spark many moments of heartfelt connection between people and nature beings everywhere.

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January 21, 2022 19 min

The mission of The Nature Talks is to remedy pandemic-induced separation with a one of a kind online gathering that is designed to transmit the warmth and uplifting sense of participation one can experience at an in-person event.

The 2022 edition will explore 'The Web of Life' with contributors  from many different different fields and a wide variety of backgrounds.

 A panel of many internationally recognized speakers share t...

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Amos Clifford is one of the most influential global contributors in the world of forest therapy. He was among the first to introduce the practice of forest bathing  in North America and founded the Association of Nature and Forest Therapy,  which has trained and certified over 2000 guides in 60 countries.

Join Amos on a stroll through the Joshua Tree desert as he explains the philosophical foundation for his lifelong work as a guide...

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Listen to Dr. Samuel Dismond explain an evolutionary perspective on what is commonly called ADD/ADHD. This evolution story recasts the so-called dysfunctions of ADHD as unique ultra-functions possessed by Sentinels. The story begins 100,000 years ago as our DNA became fixed as Homo sapiens. Within small primitive groups, the round scanning awareness of the Sentinel bloodline featured critically in the history of group survival.

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June 24, 2021 25 min

An insightful deep dive exploration with global forest bathing advocate Ben Page into the philosophy and evolution of forest therapy. Ben discusses how at this time of big ecological challenges many voices and practitioners all over the world are contributing to a reshaping of our human perspective on and relationship with nature; and what it can be like to love the earth no matter what.

Some of the topics in this episode:

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    April 28, 2021 25 min

    In this conversation with Helene Gibbens we explore:

  • Why Yoga and forest bathing  help us to break down perceptions of separation and experience greater intimacy.
  • Is forest bathing the “new yoga”?
  • How sensory nature journeys can be spiritual practice.
  • The word YOGA is from ancient sanskrit, meaning 'to join' or 'to unite'. It first came from India to the west in the late 19th century and gradually became a broadly known...

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    March 6, 2021 53 min

    What do animals have to do with becoming a fully authentic, awake and sentient human being?

    In this conversation Aimee Brimhall, Nadine Mazzola and Loesje Jacob venture deep into the human capacity to relate with other sentient beings.  Each of the 3 teachers has created a unique evolutionary pathway for mind-, body-and heart connection with the world of animals: 

    Aimee Brimhall teaches people to develop inspired and fulfilling frien...

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    December 20, 2020 21 min

    On Monday, December 21, 2020, the solstice marks a turning in the cycle of seasons and on the same day a great planetary conjunction will be visible from everywhere in the world. 

    This episode is an invitation to turn towards nature and to align body, mind and heart with the great cycles of life.  It includes a  relaxing sensory / imaginary journey to notice the present moment, reflect on the past months and birth new seeds of inten...

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    September 15, 2020 28 min

    Where do politics, spiritual renewal, public health, cultural evolution and Big Money all come together? That’s right, in public lands and green spaces!

    During covid, millions of people are seeking the soothing effects of forests, beaches and rivers. Parks are super popular with families and individuals camping, picnicking, hiking, biking, fishing - and forest bathing. The crisis reveals how absolutely essential good public green sp...

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    As an organizational development consultant and a forest therapy guide, Everett Marshall is an expert at taking groups and individuals through the liminal territory of change. In this episode he discusses how the principles of Appreciative Inquiry and Forest Therapy are connected and how he applies them to assist his clients generate the most life-affirming, positive outcomes.

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    July 28, 2020 23 min

    In this episode, forest therapy educator Geeta Stillwel shares from her experience as a teacher of embodiment techniques in nature:

  • How nature connects us to our soul and teaches us to trust the quiet voice of the heart;
  • How to access deeply restorative nature experiences that are significantly different from other ways of enjoying nature, such as hiking or mountain biking;
  • How to experience interactive relationships with the beings o...
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    July 11, 2020 23 min

    In episode 6, forest therapy guide Kat Novotna describes how our current human experience during the pandemic can be seen as a journey of transition towards a new way of life on every level: personal, collective and  planetary. She shares from her personal experience how the principles and techniques of forest therapy are designed to meet the needs of this time and can be applied in any situation as a powerful way to release stress...

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    June 10, 2020 18 min

    In this episode, Melanie Choukas-Bradley talks about her newest book, Resilience: Connecting with Nature in a Time of Crisis.

    Melanie explores the 'Silver Lining' of the time we are living in: many people are finding that the slower, quieter pace is opening new possibilities for contact with nature. She shares how to really notice and become intimate with the life all around us and how to lift our spirits when we need to fin...

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    In this episode, Anissa Hernández, MD talks about her work with trauma patients who have been impacted by Puerto Rico's hurricane Maria and the subsequent severe earthquakes. 

    She shares her discovery how nature connection is helping her patients in trauma recovery and building hope and resilience, especially after ecological trauma. How cultivating a relationship with nature can support anyone to find a positive perspective on ...

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    April 15, 2020 18 min

    ‘Mycelium is the very foundation of life on this planet - not only for our species but for so many species on this Earth that we love and we can work with it to restore our planet.’  This is the essential message of the movie Fantastic Fungi.

    Marcina Hale, the movie's Executive Producer, describes her potent 5 step process for generating personal freedom and creative interconnection. Marcina also shares why it is so important to...

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    How can loving our inner and outer Nature help us feel better - physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually even during Shelter-In-Place?

    Film director Sylvie Rokab shares personal stories, helpful tips and insights on managing life during the coronavirus crisis.  She also offers a visionary perspective and inspiring examples on how the intelligence of nature holds the keys not only for humanity’s transformation but also our ...

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    In the first episode Dr. Suzanne Bartlett Hackenmiller offers practical advice on keeping ourselves and our families healthy and strong through simple and enjoyable interactions with the natural world, wherever we live - especially during virus outbreak and social distancing.

    Read more in Dr. Suzanne's recent article about the powerful immune boosting effects of spending time outdoors.

    Suzanne Bartlett Hackenmiller, M.D. is an OB...

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