We live in a society where people spend more and more time indoors and online. Ironically as technology improves and urban modernization happens in more areas, people often finds themselves more isolated, stressed and unhappy.
These days scientists are beginning to find evidence that being in nature has a profound impact on our brains and our behavior, helping us to reduce anxiety, stress, and increase our attention capacity, creativity, and our ability to connect with other people.
So how much green time do you need exactly? According to researchers at the University of Melbourne as little as 40 seconds in Nature microbreaks will benefit your mental health and eventually leads to a healthier, happier, and more creative lives.
In an effort to reintroduce the concept of appreciating nature, Kaie collaborated with Oltjikko to stage an installation that depicts the importance of appreciating nature in our daily life.
At Kaie, our spirits are aimed to kick-start a self-realization project in an attempt to promote kindness to oneself. Being kind is an important gesture but let’s not forget to start from the most important underlying element of an attempt to be grateful; the act of loving ourselves.
Through this landscape art installation, we invite everyone to pop their head inside the nature box to reset and recharge their mind from their daily activities in an attempt to be kind to our overworked mind and release the stress.