Claim your Wildness

Claim your Wildness

And Let Nature Nurture Your Health and Well-being

Non-Fiction - Self Help
141 Pages
Reviewed on 12/12/2014
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Book Review

Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

Claim your Wildness And Let Nature Nurture Your Health and Well-being by Dr. Les Higgins is an uplifting and informative guide that speaks about our connection with Nature. Nature is an integral part of our lives and it is important to be interested in Nature and be stimulated by it. The book is written for the general reader and encourages them to claim their wildness, cherish it and look after it in the best possible way so that they benefit from it. Though people are flocking more to cities, they still maintain links with Nature through activities and pastimes. The disposition to reach out to Nature is called 'biophilia' and the book covers this topic extensively.

I found the topic educational and there is an aesthetic quality in the topic that is alluring to readers. The book celebrates the beauty of Nature and all aspects related to Nature and its integral part in our daily lives. Claiming one's wildness and using Nature to enhance one's health and well being makes this book a motivational read. The author encourages readers to nurture their biophilia and get access to spiritual and emotional gifts like pleasure, relaxation, tranquility, oneness with the Universe and self awareness. The book changes the perspective of readers on how they look at Nature and its tranquility, and it is biophilia's most appealing gift. The blending of the human mind, fascination and Nature has been presented very well, and the important role of Nature in aestheticism is highlighted throughout the book.