In today’s modern busy Western world, we’ve become desensitised to the natural world around us. We spend most of our time indoors, in artificial environments that don’t support our innate need to connect to nature. We’ve lost our connection to nature.
Tabi Jayne, BSc, MSc, MBPsS, CPC, FRSA
Creator, The NatureProcess®
The Nature Process is a simple way of deepening your connection to nature by being in the body and experiencing nature through the senses.
It can teach you effective stress management skills, promote creative thinking, and lead to better mental health.
Our first online program was launched in May 2014. Over 400 people signed up to listen to the introductory webinar. 77 people from 13 countries around the world took part in the five-week online program.
100% of the proceeds of the course were donated to the non-profit organisation, TreeSisters, whose mission is to help reforest the tropics within the next 10 years using the power of the feminine. Nearly £6,000 was raised.
The feedback from the online program was so positive that Tabitha wrote and published the first edition of The NatureProcess book in October 2014. It became an Amazon category best-seller.
“Connecting to nature has changed my world completely, in a most amazing way. I’m learning to trust. Trust nature, trust myself and trust that everything is ok.” Ruby M.
The following year, The NatureProcess online program launched again, this time exclusively through TreeSisters.
107 people from 14 countries around the world took part. This time, nearly £10,000 was raised to support the work of TreeSisters and 2140 trees were planted in the tropics.
“The more I looked outside to Nature and the trees the more I felt the immense power of the Earth. I felt energized in an unbelievable way and felt younger than I’ve ever felt. I felt so alive and powerful.” Sari A.
Since then, we’ve developed additional workshops, brought The Nature Process into the corporate workplace, created a facilitator training program and published a second edition of the book.
The Nature Process is currently in a state of hibernation as we reflect on its journey so far and integrate our experiences.