A new series of articles at TheWaterSpace.com blog will be investigating the science behind our unique human kinship with water. Chris Volk writes it’s a relationship “that reaches beyond the biological need to satisfy our daily thirst.”
Learn how science is discovering more about the biological drives that make “seeing water, hearing water, smelling water, being by water, on water, in water,” so important to us. Chris will introduce you to Wallace J. Nichols, author of “Blue Mind,” who has made the study of how body and mind seek and need to be in or near water, however larger or small the setting.
A blue mind can take you to any number of places: a river, lake, bay, ocean, or even right at home by creating your own WaterSpace. However you like to satisfy your blue mind, you’ll enjoy reading more.