Mood states and self-esteem are important indicators for psychologists and holistic medical practitioners in the treatment of diseases. This is because both influence not only the feeling of happiness, but also the ability to deal with stressful events, the so-called resilience.
The rapidly growing findings of empirical nature psychology make it clear that biophilia, the evolutionarily anchored love of nature, is not just a mere longing.
For people (especially children) with symptoms such as attention deficit and hyperactivity, being in nature has a far greater relieving function than the standard medication methylphenidate. An astonishing number of findings indicate that we feel more comfortable in our original species-specific biotope than in our self-created high civilisation. We are overwhelmed by the manifold stress factors and stimuli of the high-tech world or, as one relevant explanatory model puts it, “mentally exhausted”. It is obvious that civilisation in its current perfection has insidiously brought us out of balance. The fact that this elementary fact is not only objectively demonstrable, but also subjectively felt, brings about the need for the introduction of more therapeutic applications in natural landscapes.Our meditations at selected places of power, are adapted to your individual needs. The Chiemgau with all its fascinating landscapes offers ideal conditions for all of us to become respectfully active.