Low Tide Meditation to Rejuvenate Your Soul by Walk Simply
Sometimes when life is rushed and seemingly passing me by I need to tighten the slack and reel myself in. Cleaning up agendas and practicing mindful clarity help to get me back on track. To go outside and walk is my first move when needing to relax, and living near the beach it’s obvious why I choose to visit often. Strolling in the soft, wet sand helps me clear my mind and focus on what’s really important to me: family and friends.
It’s no wonder why water is used as a relaxing device. The sound of trickling H2O from a fountain or stream, the gush of a waterfall, and the crashing waves all help to loosen up our bodies and calm our minds. I find focusing on simple tasks such as exploring nature and gazing at stunning scenery helps me to unwind. Winter in Southern California offers plenty of daytime low tides worthy of an adventure and if you’re lucky and pick a day with a low tide at sunset then LIFE IS GOOD!
ABOUT TRACI: I created Walk Simply more than two years ago to document my walks and adventures spent outdoors (mostly in southern California). I like to walk as much as I can, sometimes with the kids and sometimes without. I love big adventures, but I’m content going outdoors in my neighborhood as well. Beauty surrounds us we just need to go look for it.
I share my stories and photos hoping to inspire others to go outdoors and view our world up close. Any adventure, big or small, is still an adventure!
In addition, I work as an IT analyst and love raising and spending time with my two daughters.
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