For one week, each day, pick a different spot and self-observe results:
- Close eyes, listen to and hear the sounds of nature.
- Open eyes; see how many shades of colors, for example, green and brown, you can find.
- How many insects can you discover?
- Close eyes. How many scents can you smell?
- Pick an object: observe the object for a half hour. How many new levels of perception can you discover?
- Close eyes. Feel the feeling of nature upon your entire body.
- Take an object. Feel it in your hands and then place the object on five other parts of your body. How does the same object feel differently?
- Close eyes. Feel the space around you and imagine it as part of a greater whole. Self-observe results.
- Find an object in it's potential, for instance, a bud.
Find an object in the process of generation, like a blossom.
Find an object in its actual form; a fruit
Find an object in the process of decay
Find a dead object
Immerse yourself in the wisdoms of the process involved. Self-observe results.
- Place a person next to the image of a plant (roots, shoots, flowers) Compare and contrast their characteristics.