Relish a Day in Nature and Get Grounded

Relish a Day in Nature and Get Grounded

During winter, it can be easy for many of us to feel disconnected from the world around us. The chilly weather and shorter days can leave us feeling ungrounded and unmotivated; some even depressed. However, there are several ways to help you stay grounded and centered during the remaining winter days ahead.

walking in the snow and getting grounded

Firstly, spending time in nature is essential and an amazing elixhr. Bundle up and go for a walk in a city or country park; even a grassy outdoor school field. If you're able to find a forest nearby, they are incredibly enveloping. It's easy to inhale the beauty of the winter landscape and let nature's stillness and serenity ground you. And if it's not too cold, wearing silver threaded grounding socks when walking - or sitting on a grounding surface is a double down plus.


Secondly, practicing mindfulness and meditation can be beneficial. Take a few moments each day to sit in quiet reflection, focusing on your breath and reconnecting with your body. Inhaling pure organic essential oils at the same time can be fortifying as well, especially essential oils infused with colloidal silver which also fends off germs in the air.

Additionally, nourishing your body with warm, comforting foods can help to ground you. Opt for healthy, organic if can, hearty soups, stews of all kinds and herbal teas. These can help keep your body - and soul, satisfied.

Staying active is also important. Engage in outdoor activities like sledding, snowshoe-ing, skiing, ice skating, or even building a snowman will do it. As will just hearty walks. By staying physically active, you'll keep your mind and body in balance.

We've all be encouraged on this one - surround yourself with friends and loved ones; as well as being social with people you can meet for the first time if you have time to volunteer. If you are inclined to be an organizer, cozy gatherings, game nights, or movie marathons with family and friends if schedules permit. Connecting with others provides a sense of belonging and grounding.

Lastly, if you have pets, especially 4-legged family members, they too can be grounding. A snuggle, loving woof or soft meow can get us centered very quickly.

In conclusion, to best get grounded in winter, embrace nature, practice mindfulness, nourish your body, stay active, surround yourself with loved ones and hug a precious pet. By following these tips, you can maintain a sense of grounded-ness and find joy during the colder months still here. Not to overlook, a cup of hot cocoa or hot toddy to top all off can be a nice way to relish a day outside grounded in nature.