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5 wellbeing benefits of taking up stargazing

WorldNews Monday, 21 September 2020
5 wellbeing benefits of taking up stargazingStargazing sessions are on the rise as a trendy form of mindful meditation – helping people to relieve stress and find mental silence in all things astral. It’s a real back-to-basics form of escapism, and Neill Sanders astrologer and founder of Go Stargazing, says visits to his website increased ten-fold during lockdown. Luckily we are blessed with a smorgasbord of dark-sky areas in Ireland, and the stars are ready to be explored by anyone who slows down and looks up. Here, Sanders shares some of the top wellbeing benefits of stargazing. 1. You get out into nature With light pollution in towns and cities...
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