Calmer By Nature DVD Calms & Engages People

 Check out Calmer By Nature  On the website you will find a trailer to preview the DVD.  Sometimes I have it running in the background in my office just so I can listen to the wonderful sounds of nature while I’m working.  I find it soothing especially during one of our Minnesota snow storms; to hear the loons, ducks and the birds… it’s truly amazing and lifts me out of any cold funk I’m in.  I brought the DVD to the nursing home where my Mom lives and it was so fun to watch the reactions of residents.  Everyone on Mom’s community has Alzheimer’s disease.  Mom being in her end stages, but she still reacted to the sounds of nature.  I’m sure how much she can really see anymore, but she definitely can still hear.  It was amazing to watch a smile creep on her face and this contentment takes over her.  Other residents enjoyed watching and listening to the nature scenes.

 I give this DVD a big thumbs up.  Who of us can’t use a bit more calm in our life. This DVD works it magic on most anyone.

 Check out Calmer By Nature

12 Replies to “Calmer By Nature DVD Calms & Engages People”

  1. Good post Lori.

    Music with nature sounds, what I call “ting-a-ling music” helps my mom a lot too. I listen to it to remind myself of life.

    One project that I have next on my to-do list is to make my mom a recording using hypnosis suggestions that I mask music and nature sounds over.

    I created one to help improve my golf game and it worked.

    I am hopeful that it will help my mom, one thing that I learned in my training as a Clinical Hypnotherapist and as my mom’s care giver, the mind is powerful.

    I’ll surely write a post about the results of my next experiment.

  2. Wow, this is a great video – amazing. Sounds of nature – I wouldn’t have thought of that. Thank you for sharing.

    How wonderful that is helping your mom. Grandma responded to music. I wish we had thought of nature sounds as well and of getting her involved in creative activities, but we discovered all those possibilites after her passing.

    In case you didn’t see it, there was a post last week on Alzheimer’s reading room about creative arts and a new documentary on how this helps those with AD:

    I haven’ seen the whole film yet though did see the clip on youtube – it is pretty remarkable the power of creative arts and how these AD patients come back to life – I found the clip uplifting:

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