These modern gardeners believe in it!
For one obvious reason, it brings you literally back to earth.
The reasons and benefits of creating your garden are simple yet, profound.
First, you cannot rush it, (thankfully). Nature takes her time, she teaches you to slow sown to the earthy nurturing cycles of life. You learn and develop patience and perspective.
Second, gardening involves good physical effort. No matter how big or how small your garden is you dig, pull, work the soil, you get fresh air and sunshine.
Third, the results of your efforts are visible and progressive. You see and feel the progress and productivity of your efforts that are based on your co-operation with the earth, plants and energy.
Forth, you take humble, yet profound pride in what you co-created, that becomes so beautiful and of such immense value.
the reason for the changes you feel, is because this is life the way it once was, long before it became drowned and suffocated in complexity and busyness. it is simply instinctive; we all gravitate towards nature for comfort and connection.
As part of my coaching for you, if you are looking for something that is opposite of what you do now, go green.
Create a garden, start small and build up. Perhaps you don't have available land, well do in indoors, with potted plants and become imaginative.
The appeal of this is that it is new, alien and unfamiliar to you and it stretches you to get out of your day to day job box. Allow your self to grow and flourish.