You, your children, your family are invited to discover ways to connect with nature, renew your ecological attachment, and restore your living connection to the Earth.
Dr. Darcia Narvaez and her students did an experiment to increase ecological attachment—nature connection—through small daily practices. Each day participants practiced one activity that increased attention to and being grateful for the natural world. See here for the press release about the study, published in EcoPsychology.
Take up the Eco Attachment Dance to expand your own ecological attachment through an Instagram challenge. Each day for 28 days an activity will be posted for you to practice that day. Each activity takes about 5 minutes (though you can go longer).
If you would like to take the anonymous pretest (and later a posttest) you can see how your attitudes and behaviors change after participating in the Eco Attachment Dance.
Click here to start the dance on Instagram.
Or follow our daily posts on the Evolved Nest's Facebook page.
VISIT THE ECO ATTACHMENT DANCE WEBSITE FOR MORE INFORMATION.
Dr. Darcia Narvaez welcomes you to the Eco Attachment Dance and shares the whys and hows of restoring our connection to Nature!
1. Take the pretest to find out your nature connection before the 28 day eco attachment dance. (Tests are anonymous.)
2. Follow the Eco Attachment Dance on Instagram or Facebook. Or use the prompts below.
3. Enjoy 28 days of prompts to restore and renew your nature empathy and connection.
4. When you complete your 28 day Eco Attachment Dance, you can take a posttest and determine if your nature connection increased, along with your health!
5. You can learn more at the social media sites below about The Evolved Nest and nature connection.
We Love The Earth is a nature connection song written and performed here by Darcia Narvaez, PhD. Share it with children, students, and your inner child!
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