India's Healing Forests: Come Home, Be Healed (2019) (trailer)

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All our knowledge comes from nature and yet nature is a source of many mysteries.

India is a country of breathtaking natural beauty. What is less known is India’s wealth of ancient knowledge about connecting with nature to create a more meaningful life. Travel with us on a journey through lush rainforests, sacred groves, cloud forests, city forests, food forests and deep valleys of the Himalayas to unravel some of these mysteries.

The film unfolds through inspiring stories of people whose lives are intricately woven with forests. Through their insights as well as new scientific findings we explore the remarkable healing powers of nature.

We hope to leave you with a feeling of calm and clarity, and some important clues to help you solve one of the greatest mysteries of your life – How to create a healthier, happier life for yourself and your loved ones.

The forests are waiting.
Come home.

 

The film covers 5 stages of human life. If you are short of time, you can watch it in sections.
Stage 1: Attention Span, Anger, Addiction, Agility [1.35 to 10.25]
Stage 2: Compassion, Anxiety, Creativity, Sleep [10.25 to 20.15]
Stage 3: Stress, Simplicity, Food, Immunity [20.15 to 29.30]
Stage 4: Pollution, Perception, Meditation, Depression [29.30 to 39.00]
Stage 5: Loneliness, Self-Healing, Death, Wisdom [39.00 to 50.00]

Recommended viewing on full screen with headphones.

 

Directed by Nitin Das with music by Borrtex.

Visit Healing Forest to learn a variety of calming nature exercises, forest bathing exercises, and mindfulness meditations that reconnect us with nature and ourselves.

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