Inspiration: Learning From The Season

“I look to the season for natural and original inspiration. I like to think that we are a part of nature, rather than something greater than it.

There are patterns in nature which you can draw parallels from, to use within our lives today.

A simpler, more mindful way of thinking is perhaps a solution to a more fulfilled peace of mind”.

Taking a few moments in nature, can help to relax and find perspective in life. A walk in the green can help to clear the mind, find calm, feel more energised yet at peace.

It was in the fields of Warwickshire, where I took walks for that reason and found that no two walks were the same; the same path maybe followed, but there were different thoughts & observations.

Over time, & with a notebook, those walks became a source of inspiration in addition to a form of release. I started to take more notice of the changes in the seasonal patterns, literally & visually.

“What if we actually tried to live more seasonally. Embracing the gradual change, rather than chasing it. Paying attention to the journey rather than the destination.”

It’s a philosophy that I’m gradually exploring alongside the growth of my design work, in the form of Our Mindful Garden and Our Seasonal Blog.

It would be great if you came with me on the journey,

Seasonal Soul Rhianydd Jones

Find out how you can join in here.

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