Lana, South Tyrol
Summer, a period of glowing and turbulence according to Chinese philosophy, is followed by autumn, bringing with it the calm. In order to calm down, we must first calm down our thoughts, and in the autumn, we achieve this by practising “the grounding”. To achieve such reinforcement and revitalization of the human connection with the earth, the ground, it is necessary to empty our heads, to free ourselves from the thoughts that constantly force us to live for a moment somewhere in the future and make new plans. We need a reset, to stop the flow, and to be here and now. Present. Feel our bodies, feel the ground, the earth beneath us… We need silence and calm. Thus, we create space to put off the negativities that accumulate in our body.