Being in nature is now on sale
Being in Nature is an inspiring new book extolling the virtues of the great outdoors.
Passionate about his subject matter, James Farrell’s Being In Nature reinforces the content of his TEDx Talk and offers readers 20 mindful practices, all of which unleash the benefits of the great outdoors, and explain the science that underpins his recommendations
James Farrell’s Being in Nature is not only receiving rave reviews from significant authors including Stephen Moss, Pippa Grange and Harini Nagendra, but is a book that will motivate readers to return to its learnings time and time again.
Beautifully illustrated, Farrell pulls on expertise gained working as both an environmentalist and coach to share his twenty mindful techniques that are based in science, and which inspire and motivate.
Compelling and bursting with positivity, there’s no better time to embrace the wisdom contained in this highly original mindfulness pocket-guide, which has been written to assist its readers, and our planet, to thrive.
“Science shows it’s not just the time we spend outdoors that counts, but what we do. For example, taking time to stop and notice the nature around us helps us feel calmer, happier and more satisfied with life.”
Published by Nature Connection Books, Being In Nature is available in paperback (currently £7.36 / RRP £9.99) on Amazon.
About the author:
James Farrell’s connection to nature began in early childhood. What started with hunting for spiders in walls on the way to school, continued with a career in nature conservation and the environment. James has managed a Shetland Isle, studied birds in Borneo, and led environmental policy, partnerships and programmes across England for a range of organisations. James is also an accredited coach who specialises in coaching with nature, and the science of nature and health. He is co-Founder of The Human Nature Partnership www.humannaturepartnership.com, Director of The Natural Coaching Company www.naturalcoachingcompany.com and he works at a Government agency.
About the co-author:
Co-author Lee Evans is a leading expert in urban nature and green architecture