Arnoldas LingėCoaching specialistSome time ago
Hey, What thoughts arise while being in nature?

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Alexandru IoanDacian Antropologist
Beautiful picture! where is it taken? To your question, we either dwell on what troubles us in our private life or at our job or we start thinking about it all. Which of those two it is, depends on what weighs more. But we can also start thinking about life, our dreams and what this all means. Being alone in nature can bring true peace sometimes and like someone once said, ideas arise when being alone.
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Arnoldas LingėCoaching specialist
I had taken this photo in Lithuania, klaipeda, giruliai beach. Yes, being in nature is defenatly peaceful!
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Depak Patel
Am I on my own? If so, it was a great way to meditate. Listening to the waves. The breeze. The sun keeping you warm. Try and find that inner peace. If I am eating say lunch, then I usually think about how I can improve me to be the best version of me. Thinking about something like the future is tough as Covid really put a downer on my plans this year. You can never plan for something like this. With my family, just enjoying the moment thinking nothing but being present and trying not to be distracted with taking a photo and uploading it to Instagram or something.
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Tomas SpanjaardUrban planning
Why do we live so difficult while it can be so simple? When I am in nature I think about what matters the most in life. When thinking about that I always come to the conclusion that we have too much things to worry about. That could make us stressed or maybe depressed. What is the core of life? I think it is to be sustainable. With being sustainable I mean that we need nature more than we truely might know. We have to live with it I think. Nature is the basics in life that we need, not al those difficult stuff like TikTok. Maybe if we have more nature, people can evaluate their life more and come to more conclusions about their mentel healt and what is the goal in their life. This reflection can give more inner peace, motivation and self awareness. My goal is to reunite people with nature. It is strange that we see us apart from it, when we are part of it I think.
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Voxer WritesCopywriter and thinker
I escape from the city to lose all the thoughts and just blend with nature.
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Aurimas ŠeputisSoftware Engineer @Qoorio
For me nature is like a white noise therapy, but also with a beautiful scenery :) I guess I'd agree with , but more often many thoughts just transport you away for a moment rather than clearing yourself of them.
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