This is a really good method. I know during the summer many of us suffer the plague of mosquitos. To avoid this, cintrinella is a miraculous deterrent. You might also choose to do a more natural repellant (see the article on my blog). I do a combination of both.
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Here’s a very simple approach to meditation I’ve been taking during the summer. It’s a good in-body sort of approach, good for making direct engagement with the natural world. It does however involve things that might not work for everyone, so don’t hesitate to adapt it if you need to!
I lie out on the grass at twilight. I have a fairly safe place I can do this, and people who will sit out with me. During the summer my body will tolerate some lying out on chilly evening grass, but if you need something to lie on, or to sit, go for it. This is worth doing for as long as it is comfortable. Don’t push beyond that, there is no merit in suffering.
I look at the sky and I listen to what’s around me. That includes all the human sounds in my environment as well as the…
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