“You were born without clothes. You were born without racial hatred. You were taught to wear clothes. Likewise, you were taught racial prejudice.” EJ Samuels 1944
EJ Samuels was the first African American (negro at the time ) delegate to an American nudist convention
For Black History month we will continue our tradition started two years ago of highlighting the presence of African Americans in the nudist/naturist community
Adityanudis Talks about the connection between nudism and the Indonesian tradition of Pancasilla
It was only seven years ago that the Young Naturists of America organization started. It’s closing in 2017 was still the end of an era. The group co-founded by Felicity and her partner Jordan brought innovation, creativity and moxie to the naturist world. They brought the word naturist into the mainstream through well received highly publicized events and inclusive gatherings. Listen to our conversation with Felicity.
This week’s Naked Soul Reflection invites us to embrace rest.
Autumn inspires this week’s Naked Soul Reflection, inviting us to be rooted and open even as layers fall.
In this week’s Naked Soul Reflection episode, the question “Am I doing it right?” arises. And…then I invite us to let that question go.
This week’s Naked Soul Reflection invites us to see and embrace the bigger picture of who we are.
This week’s Naked Soul Reflection invites us to mindfully consume beauty.
“The second source of nourishment is sensory impressions, what we consume with our eyes, ears, nose, tongue, body, and mind. When we read a magazine, we consume. When we watch a television program, we consume. Whatever we consume affects our body and mind. If we consume toxic magazine articles, movies, or video games, they feed our craving, our anger, and our fear. If we set aside time each day to be in a peaceful environment, to walk in nature, or even just to look at a flower or the sky, then that beauty will penetrate us and feed our love and our joy.” — How to Love by Thich Nhat Hanh
This week’s Naked Soul Reflection invites us to (re)discover grounding and stability in our breath.