Monthly Archives: July 2018
The inhabitants of Collooney – a small town in Ireland – made a shocking discovery after a violent storm ripped thro Source: A Storm Knocked This Tree Over, And A Skeleton Was Found Hanging From The Roots
Source: Natural Burials Are Rising, and That’s Good for the Planet – Pacific Standard Even in death, Americans just can’t stop themselves from destroying the planet, according to new research. Right now there are around 22,500 active cemeteries in the … Continue reading
Shinrin Yoku, also called Forest Bathing, is a form of healing that involves simply wandering along forest trails and spending time in other natural places. Source: Shinrin-Yoku Forest Medicine – Shinrin-yoku: the Medicine of Being in the Forest
Source: With Conservation Burials, Death Gives New Life
We are so amazing. Note: dead bodies, unembalmed, are NOT TOXIC. They need to be handled with the same kind of precautions as live bodies. They do not contaminate soil or water. Trust soil.