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Mindful In Nature (Audio Course)

Mindful In Nature (Audio Course)

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A six-day audio course that teaches embodied nature connection practices to cultivate a deep sense of inner peace, serenity and wellbeing, no matter what life throws your way.

Are you tired of feeling overwhelmed, anxious, and stuck in your own head? Do you long for a sense of calm and serenity in your daily life? If so, I have something special to share with you.

Introducing Mindful In Nature, an audio course that will transform the way you approach your self-care and wellbeing.

Created by Robin Harford, the founder of Eatweeds, this audio course is the result of his personal journey from being a homeless drug addict to finding peace and purpose through mindful awareness and nature connection.

In Mindful In Nature, You'll Discover:

  • Easy-to-follow practices that can be incorporated into your daily routine, no matter how busy you are.

  • Gentle and effective techniques to help you "get out of your head and come to your senses".

  • Proven methods to calm your mind, reduce stress and anxiety, and bring you back to the present moment.

  • Robin's unique "Wild Wellbeing" approach, combines mindful awareness with nature connection for optimal results.

About This Audio Course

Hi, I'm Robin Harford, bestselling author of Edible and Medicinal Wild Plants of Britain and Ireland.

This transformative audio programme will empower you to cultivate a healthier, more grounded mindset by engaging with the natural world around you.

As someone who has personally benefited from these practices, I can attest to their simplicity and effectiveness.

They don't require a huge time commitment or expensive equipment, just a genuine willingness to be present and embrace the beauty of nature.

In "Mindful in Nature," you'll learn the very same techniques that have kept me calm and serene for years.

These practices are centred around "getting out of your head and coming to your senses," helping you break free from stress, anxiety, and obsessive thinking by returning to your body and the present moment.

My journey to discovering these practices began after overcoming drug addiction, during which I immersed myself in mindfulness while staying at a Buddhist community in Thailand.

Over time, I developed my own unique nature connection approach called Wild Wellbeing, which has brought peace and serenity to many.

But don't just take my word for it - listen to some of the glowing feedback from customers like you.

Kind Words

Thank you so much for this course, it feels very valuable and it’s realistic for me too, nothing fancy. I don’t have to buy a new mat or anything. I can just be in nature. I am feeling a different kind of appreciation for it, which is deep and soothing.Fran Hale

The course has been great and so clearly put together. I trained and work as a therapist primarily with substance misuse recoverers and bereavement. Your course has come at just the right time. Thanks so much. - Sheena Mckenzie

This is beautiful stuff Robin. Thank you so much for sharing. - Jean Wallace

I have really appreciated the course and connecting with nature especially. Thank you. - Catherine Keevil

I'm in the early stages of trauma therapy and these exercises are spot on. They enable me to feel (necessary to make progress) but not be taken over. They help enormously with overwhelming anxiety. Thank you. - Joanna F.

Are you ready to embrace a more peaceful, grounded, and mindful life?

Join the growing community of Wild Wellbeing practitioners, sign up today for the Mindful in Nature audio course.

I can't wait to share this transformative journey with you.

Wishing you serenity and connection.

About Robin Harford

Robin Harford established his wild food foraging school in 2008, and his foraging courses are listed at the top of BBC Countryfile’s ‘Best foraging courses in the UK’.

He is the creator of eatweeds.co.uk. Michelin chef Richard Corrigen recommended the site for inclusion in The Times Top 50 Websites For Food and Drink.

Robin has travelled extensively, documenting and recording wild food plants’ traditional and local uses in indigenous cultures. His work has taken him to Africa, India, SE Asia, Europe and the USA.

Occasionally he appears on national and local radio and television.

His work has been recommended in BBC Good Food magazine, Sainsbury’s magazine, The Guardian, The Times, The Independent, The Daily Telegraph, etc.

He is a member of the Society for Ethnobotany, the Botanical Society of Britain and Ireland and the Herb Society.

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