That hugging trees is good for your health is certainly not discovered by me. Silvotherapy, also called dendrotherapy, tree therapy, tree hugging, or contact with nature and embracing trees, is an ancient practice. It consists of a real therapeutic method of treatment and prevention of diseases through trees. I show you the last one I hugged…
It was a beautiful winter day, full of light and expectations and the place suggested large spaces full of natural sounds and historical remembrances. It was there, it seemed it was waiting for me, both eager for a mutual embrace.
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In my HUGS. TheTree Calling trees I embrace are almost always isolated. In fact, I rarely take pictures of attached trees and the reason is due to the fact that I can not perceive their individuality. It may happen, however, that if some trees are close together but in an open space, I feel them as an unicum. As if they supported each other and their energy came out multiplied by this closeness. Here’s one of those situations.
Below are the other cases, so far, in which I had felt the same feeling. In order:
White poplar, Francolino – The beech trees of Monte Cucco – The two giants – White poplars 2 – Symmetries.