I’ve created a list of references for the readings we had in the Nature Connection: A Deep Listening soundbath below, along with links to online resources which may be of use.
Please get in touch if you have any questions.
“This was the pattern of my days…” (Ansell, 2012, p.44)
“There is pleasure in the pathless woods…” (Byron, 1818)
“How surely gravity’s law…” (Rilke, 1905)
“I circle around the waterfall….” (Myers, 2018, p.122)
“Soft, reflective mooing sounds….” (Baker, 2017, p.174)
“Take a walk at night…” (Oliveros, cited in O’Brien, 2016)
“I believe I now understand in some small measure” (Shepherd, 2011, p.108)
Byron, Lord (1818). There is pleasure in the pathless woods. Poetryverse
O’Brien, Kerry (2016, 9 December). Listening as activism: the “Sonic Meditations” of Pauline Oliveros. New Yorker
Rilke, Rainer Maria (1905). How surely gravity’s law. Poetry Exchange
Nature and mental health. Mind
A-Z of mindfulness in nature. BBC Countryfile
Mental Health Awareness Week, 10-16 May 2021: Nature. Mental Health Foundation
How to start forest bathing. Forestry England