Natural Observation, The First Love of Nature


The first love comes softly with imagination. The imagination triggered by the natural observation of life, at first sight, is so powerful to overwhelm the observer with an obsession with natural feelings. An observer becomes a part of nature's own adventure.

A leaf

Having a natural outline of the problem results from observation of nature. Paying attention to our surroundings exposes our sensory senses to experience things like movements of tree leaves, wings of insects, songbirds in their colorful plumage, water streams, and so on.

Restorative responses to nature as an ancient evolved adaptive trait are believed to naturally move us to the exposure of natural elements and settings. This habit originates from our species due to the long evolutionary history in the natural environment. Berman, M.G. et al (2014).

A restorative environment is a surrounding often a natural setting that rejuvenates a person and can help restore weary attention help or reduce emotional and psychophysiological stress.


Moved by what is around not only takes the body physically but also the mind is captured by the moment. A rolling stone taken by the power of nature is moved by the beauty of reality each season.

Our sense of nature changes each season. We resonate our feelings with what we observe as the seasons of the year come and go. Our surroundings are a true reflection of emotional change as we try to get connected with nature.

Our imaginations are enhanced by the connection we create among ourselves with nature in the pattern of behavior. An observer can dream and imagine a bigger picture of a change in the patterns of the meaning of life and plan even better while preparing for the transformation.

Reality captures the surroundings with life. We believe in what we see, and our feelings are naturally affected by our minds and the environment. Being a natural observer allows expressing the instincts with purity.

Our surroundings have a variety of fascinating features that keep us as observers motivated by the energy that is cast up each day. Our eyes open each day to fascinate our minds with the living trees, animals, hills, gardens, grasslands, playgrounds, and valleys that evoke feelings of love for nature.

Benefits of Falling in Love With Nature.

  • Arousing emotional connection with the deep meaning behind life.

Ives et al. (2018) say that touching relations with nature can influence deep societal change toward fondness and care for nature, and they specify childhood as a time to begin putting together a connection. 

  • Brings questions that trigger thinking critically.
  • Helps create a sense of awareness and responsibility to protect the environment.
  • It nourishes our souls and gets us motivated to make a difference in life. Take a picture, watch a nature show on TV, take a wonderful walk or have a natural bath.  
  • When we love nature, we find endless opportunities for rejuvenation, connection, peace, joy, serenity, mindfulness, wonder, and awe in each story of the day of life.
  • We become observers of our natural feelings and therefore understand ourselves better.
  • It helps to promote generosity and kindness. We can become more caring and giving if we open our hearts naturally because of having a sense of what it means to live. Observing nature with curiosity, living means sharing, love and care.

Moreover, observing nature as being a storyteller at heart lets us pour our emotional attachment to the surroundings. And therefore communicate it with our natural talent without being bothered by opinions.

Towering above everything that is an obstacle makes a natural flow of a story. The story stands natural and authentic as it produces an effect of a natural adventure at the end. A natural talent of an observer is at experiencing altruistic instincts that run life on the streets.

The observer is not merely interested in the problems but the meaning behind the problems and the beauty of life in the stories captured by the mind in images and thoughts about nature and adventure experiences.

Natural observation has the power at experiencing and expressing uniquely the details of each element that make life compatible with the surroundings as well as the habits of the individuals.

Making people think involves carrying the feelings of what you're observing firsthand in the natural surroundings. With naivety, you go with feelings you don't plan. Listening and viewing like a child at the perfection of nature. Telling a story as you capture it with your eyes and imagination.

Love affairs with nature when walking about is overwhelmingly interesting. The power of observation is at stimulating an emotional thrust that makes the minds think, learn, restore and improve lives.


Ives, C. D., Giusti, M., Fischer, J., Abson, D. J., Klaniecki, K., Dorninger, C., … von Wehrden, H. (2017). Human–nature connection: A multidisciplinary review. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 26–27, 106–113.

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Berman, M.G., Krpan, K.M. (2014). Restorative Natural Environments. In: Michalos, A.C. (eds) Encyclopedia of Quality of Life and Well-Being Research. Springer, Dordrecht.

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