Saturday, March 21, 2009
Nude running is the Good Life at Mad River Beach!
Lately, I have found jogging to be the perfect nude winter activity. I have gone for several nude runs in the Arcata Community Forest, several on Mad River Beach, and a few out to the mailbox! The other option is nude backpacking. This has worked best when it's a warm day and there is a bit of a climb to get the blood flowin. Keepin warm is a big nude priority this time of year.
I have been putting out the word to textile friends about the nude runs, but these notices have been with about 6-10 hours of lead time, resulting in only a few joiners. I only get the urge to go when the weather is unusually warm and beautiful, that's why the last minute notifications. So far Jen has joined me on a clothing optional run out to the mouth of the Mad river. This run/jog/walk is about a six mile or so round trip along the beach. We walk/jog back as the sun is setting. She hasn't grow up around the beach, but she couldn't help but enjoy the beauty and peacefulness of the ocean at sunset! She is a great jogging partner (and a great lover of course!)! It is good practice for the both of us too; we will be hiking the Pacific Crest Trail very soon!
I think the more we do things we enjoy the more we are synchronized with the Divine Flow. True enjoyment is what keeps creativity flowing through our mind, our spirit, and our life. Everything seems to follow from the one true enjoyment, the thing that makes it all worth while. That which gives Peace is found when one is truly enjoying one's self. For me, a nude run on the beach is it. It is really a transcendental experience. I allow the experience to create me as I want to be: happy, fulfilled, peaceful. This is the life I want to live. This is my most deep sense of connectedness to life, nude with nature. It is a wonderful way of life. I really look forward to increasing my time spent nude in nature.
Dream lofty dreams, and as you dream you shall
Your vision is the promise of what you shall one
Your idea is the prophecy of what you shall at last
- James Allen
I love you all. You are truly wonderful! Enjoy this beautiful life TODAY.