If you’re wonder how you can live a stress free unhindered liberating life it’s easy once you begin to switch off all those things that society puts in the way. OK everyone has to work unfortunately but once you learn to switch off once you’re out of work things start to fall into place. Begin to understand that it is man who through society’s opinion says it is preferable to stay dressed,media coverage even goes the other way and instills that it is wrong to be naked. This kind of thinking is wrong and it goes against human nature and is inherently unhealthy suffocating the skin with unnecessary clothing.Take off your clothes feel the liberating nature of normal life in the nude and you will start to benefit the freedom which is inherent in everyone and denied to most.
Once this first stage has been achieved it is easy then to begin to understand with an even greater feel all the things that nature has to offer. You tend to,when naked to have a much greater awareness of nature. You see things you previously had missed you experience the delight of walking barefoot on the wet grass naked and also have a greater awareness of the seasons and of course the weather. Naturism is a way of life in harmony with nature characterised by the practice of communal nudity with the intention of encouraging self-respect, respect for others and for the environment.
Individuals have formed naturist groups for a variety of specific purposes.It is generally agreed by naturist organisations the world over,that eroticism and blatant sexuality have no place in naturism and are, in fact, antithetical to its ideals.
Reasons that have at times been given:
Ecological or environmental — rapport with the natural world.
Health — bathing in the sun, fresh air and water (balneotherapy, thalassotherapy, heliotherapy). Sun is a form of medicine.
Diet — Naturism has at times been associated with claims made for moderation with alcohol, meat, tobacco, drugs; leading to a teetotal, vegetarian or vegan lifestyle.
Rapport with other humans — equality and respect. Being nude in groups makes all feel more accepted – physically, intellectually and emotionally.
Spirituality — man is no more than an animal.
Equality — clothes build social barriers. Social nudity leads to acceptance in spite of differences in age, body shape, fitness, and health.
Liberty — no one has the right to tell others or their children that they must wear clothes