Book #2: 25 Tools to Achieve Anything - Available June 22, 2021
Book #1: The Ultimate Guide to Self Healing Volume 2 - Available Now!
Amazon Best Seller! When we connect with nature as a fundamental life force, we see ourselves as strong, capable and resilient, just like it is. It’s a connection that helps us see the world from a place of wonder and awe rather than fear and foreboding. We call this finding your Zen environment, or zenvironment for short. A zenvironment is an intentional place of restoration, self-awareness and calm attentiveness that allows us to find the peace we need to be better versions of ourselves.
Learn how to create your own zenvironment using nature as a guide in Chapter 11: Finding Your Zen: A Recipe for Natural Restoration No Matter Where You Live inthe book, The Ultimate Guide to Self-Healing, Volume 2.
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