Keep Looking Up: The Powerful Healing of Birdwatching is by Tammah Watts, who managed to heal her life and find self-love, with the power of wildlife and nature. Discover how you can find peace, harmony and contentment, in birdwatching.
Do not give birds stale, crusty or mouldy bread (or crackers) as these can choke, neither give fatty leftovers as this can affect birds’ insulation and waterproofing of feathers. Also read how to help stop birds flying into windows.
Depressed, isolated and financially/spiritually broken, Tammah was struggling with unrelenting pain, from complications following surgery. Bt one day while taking a walk, a splash of sunshine and a fluttering in the trees, led her to an unepected path to healing. This book shares her emotional journey of resilience and self-discovery, and provides toolkits, tips and journal prompts to help you:
- Dip your toe into birdwatching, from the comfort of your own home
- Reduce symptoms of stress, pain, depression and anxiety
- Increase focus and concentration
- Find acceptance and alignment with the spirit and beauty of birds
You don’t need to permanantly keep binoculars to hand or become an expert in birdwatching, to find powerful healing. All you have to do is keep looking up.
About the Author
Tammah Watts has been a licensed marriage/family therapist for over 35 years. After suffering a neurological injury following a routine surgery, she found herself unable to return to the work she loved. Yet her experience as a therapist helped her to chronicle her own personal struggles to overcome health challenges, through the powerful healing of birdwatching.