Using StillWalks - The Reflective Pool
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Developing the Senses
Experience shows that ongoing use of the StillWalks videos and taking regular walks can help develop clear, creative minds, relieve tension, increase health and provide a greater sense of well-being.
StillWalks videos demonstrate that the proven benefits of “Green Exercise” can be gained from urban as well as natural environments. The benefits come from the practiced use of your senses and your subsequent awareness of the intricate connections to be made in any environment - natural or man-made.
StillWalks benefits include increased perception, improved health and wellbeing and enhanced cognitive skills.
All these elements will lead towards increased efficiency in mind and body at work and at home.
The StillWalks Reflective Pool
The Reflective Pool is a StillWalks Personal Learning Journal. It should be used alongside the provided StillWalks videos either by individuals at home or by a group through work or other organisation.
The Personal Learning Journal illustrates clear techniques to help you develop your senses of sight and sound, seeing and hearing. These are your primary resources for increasing your awareness and understanding the interconnections that are all around you in all environments.
Watching StillWalks videos
Whether you are watching a video as part of The Reflective Pool, or for some relaxation, here are some tips to help you get the most from the videos.
- Switch your phone off or put it to silent.
- Select the video you would like to watch.
- If in a busy environment, headphones or ear buds are recommended.
- If watching it on a computer, select the “Full Screen” symbol at the bottom right of the video.
- Sit back, take a deep breath and let your shoulders relax.
- Click the play button.
StillWalks videos are between 5 and 10 minutes long and can be viewed on your computer, tablet, mobile phone or compatible HD TV.
No problem. It seems a long time since I was last in Ireland but your photos bring back memories of many years ago when I spent some months walking round the country. Thanks 🙂