Forest Bathing (shirin-yoku)
A Japanese form of meditation: experience nature with all your senses.
Forest bathing, or shinrin-yoku, is a form of meditation developed in Japan in the 1980s. Walk more slowly than you normally would while paying attention to everything around you. Go where you want to with no particular destination in mind. Notice the ground as it changes under your feet and observe everything you pass. Breath deeply and pay attention to what you smell. If you would like to, sniff any plants or nuts you come across and touch the trees and rocks. Try to make your walk a full sensory experience.