One of my all time favorite things is walking barefoot on the beach, at the edge of the ocean, bonding with my favorite Mama. I love it so much. I love the sand, the heat, the treasures. It’s a type of earthing – bonding with the earth. While I know that sounds super woo-woo, I’m a believer, and so is every other beach goer, though they might be unaware.
You know who knows all about earthing? Builders and drippers. It’s the best way to get close to Grandma Ocean and Mother Earth.
You’re probably thinking, “Yeah, that’s good for kids, but…” not true. It’s good for everyone.
Do you see any children here? Besides my handsome twenty something (he’s a big fan of earthing)?
And I’ll use this exhibit, a little project that went on for days. Our neighbors at the beach built it and it was just at the sweet spot for survival. It might still be there. There’s a castle to the left out of sight. Feathers were the pop of style throughout the colony.
Caroline Casey says “there is no enlightenment without nature.” I agree. Do you need convincing? Go for a barefoot walk, and see for yourself.