The same thing happens with nature, but on a bigger, more diverse scale.
When you first enter into a patch of nature, whether this is the more subtle nature of a park setting, or into wild nature that is rarely inhabited by humans, you can feel it.
In some big nature, the feeling is such high holy it almost feels frightening; there is the sense that you are not in charge here, because you are not.
In nature that is more used to humans, such as field, meadow, forest, there is the sense of great liveliness and aliveness, of all sentient beings, of course plants and rock and lichen and moss included, celebrating life with you.
You enter into these spaces, the high holy, the lively holy, and every cell of your body, both physical and etheric, responds in awe.
Nature clears us, because it takes away all illusion that our egoic lives matter: striving, doing, succeeding, needing.
All of that becomes nothing, when we are in nature, and when we understand nature is what we really are.
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