Here's a link to some of the books and book chapters I've written on Amazon.com.
Water holds vast cognitive, emotional, psychological and social benefits.
“Blue Mind” is defined in Dr. Wallace J. Nichols’ New York Times bestseller as “a mildly meditative state characterized by calm, peacefulness, unity, and a sense of general happiness and satisfaction with life in the moment. It is inspired by water and elements associated with water, from the color blue to the words we use to describe the sensations associated with immersion.”
But is Blue Mind part of life in places like the hot dry Sonoran Desert?
The short answer: hell yes!
Dr. Wallace J. Nichols is a scientist, wild water advocate, movement-maker, New York Times bestselling author, and dad.
He takes a slow, collaborative approach with leaders in businesses, government, non-profits, and academia to inspire a deeper connection with nature and inventive solutions to pressing issues.
J. knows that inspiration comes sometimes through adventures, or simply by walking and talking. Other times through writing, images, and art. Science and knowledge can also stoke our fires.
But he also knows that what really moves people is feeling part of and touching something bigger than ourselves.
His research and expeditions have taken him to coasts and waterways across North, Central and South America, to Asia, Africa, Australia, and Europe where he continually finds that the emotional connection to waters of all kinds–rather than force of financial gain–is what keeps his colleagues and collaborators working hard to understand and restore our blue planet.
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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