The Primal Connection: Follow Your Genetic Blueprint to Health and Happiness - The Nature Connection Summary & Analysis

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The Nature Connection Summary and Analysis

Summary. People need to reconnect to the natural world, for their own mental and physical health. Biology demands it.

The Wild Within. Being in the natural world enhances one's senses. In the modern urban world, one encounters a lot of noise, but it is of the type that isn't nourishing. Artificial smells also are not the same as natural smells. The primal brain is stressed by modern noise; it is calmed by natural sounds. Being in natural surroundings restores one's ability to pay attention and improves one's immune system. Looking at a body of water is very relaxing, possibly because one can't map it, making it like closing one's eyes. Floating on water is also calming. There is some science that supports the idea that people need to be in regular contact with the Earth. They need...

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