28 Forest Quotes
Here is our collection of inspirational and relatable forest quotes to awaken your soul.
The forest is about as close to nature as you will get, from its majestic towering trees to those magical hiding spots, the forest is mother nature’s playground.We all love the forest and all it has to offer. Memories of our childhood spent playing in the woods building dens, to long family adventures or mindful walks amongst the trees, these are the simple things that bring us such joy and contentment.
We must learn to embrace our forests for all that they are. If you spend a day among the trees you will notice the positive difference to your mental health. So take a deep breath and love the trees as if they are your family, they will look after you if you look after them!
- Whether following the signposts or meandering off the paved footpath, you become privy to a playground that itches to bathe you in its beauty.
Oliver Luke Delorie, Shinrin-yoku
- Under these mighty trees were perfect places to lie down or to sit and lean against trunks, perfect places to take in the tranquility of the land.
Micah Mortali, Rewilding: Meditations, Practices, and Skills for Awakening In Nature
- Sit in the lush greenness of the forest and you will sense her vibrant life force all around you.
Roz Winters,A Journey to the Sacred Shore
Life is Beautiful
- The forest forecasts our future in every breath it takes and every seed it releases into the leaf mold of the forest floor.
Diana Beresford-Kroege, The Global Forest
- Every day in the forest was a day of discovery.
Peter Wohlleben, The Hidden Life of Trees: What They Feel, How They Communicate
- During the stillness we release creativity and generate space for deep desires to root, and in doing so we step daily toward an intentional submission to fulfillment—God’s way.
Gabriella D. Filippi, Celebrate Your Seasons
- The forest is that essential fact that confronts all human beings at the end of the twentieth century, an image of the promise we have betrayed and a chance to redeem ourselves from our folly.
Joan Maloof, Teaching the Trees
- The trees need us now. They call us back into the groves of their congregation with offerings of healing.
M. Amos Clifford
- As we walk slowly through the forest, seeing, listening, smelling, tasting and touching, we bring our rhythms into step with nature.
Dr Qing Li, Shinrin-Yoku
- If we continue to decimate the forests that have taken centuries to evolve, we will lose this precious resource, which by all accountability is a literal ecosystem of health for the human race.
Elizabeth Cunningham LCSW ACSW, Value Full Life
- Forest air doesn’t just feel fresher and better for us, scientists now know that it actually is better for us.
Sarah Ivens, Forest Therapy: Seasonal Ways to Embrace Nature for a happier you
- Our urban lives are so far removed from forests that returning to them becomes another extraordinary adventure which, though on a much smaller scale, will always leave us transformed.
Hector Garcia, Francesc Miralles,
- I was always in awe of the trees. Tall and majestic, the trees were home to adorable little chickadees in the winter that would chirp and eat seeds right out of my hand.
Dr. Cyndi Gilbert
- To attend to the tree, to reflect on it, is to gain a sense for the unity of the world that is, so to speak, condensed in the tree.
Dieter Kotte, Qing Li, Won Sop Shin, International Handbook of Forest Therapy
- Everywhere, forests are vying for our attention. They desire to be seen and noticed and will do everything in their power to get us to slow down and wake up to life.
- Fight that lazy feeling, and go walk in the woods. See the fruit trees, the baby animals recently born, and the trees in all their green glory.
- A forest is a place of escape, a place for renewal, a place in which to find contentment, a place to love.
National Parks & Conservation Magazine
- I love to walk in the forest And breathe the sweet clean air And watch the dappled sunlight And know that God is there.
Faith Marion, Sunset Years
- We all love the forest. It is a source of life for us. If the forest is gone, we are also gone.
Global Challenges of Parks and Protected Area Management
- Modern life has so many distractions we often forget to simply look up and admire the majesty of trees and the subtle cues of changing seasons they offer.
Timber Press, Among Trees
- The rich earthy smell of the forest is calming.
J. A. Taylor, One Last Wave
- The smell of the pine in the forest makes me feel alive as does the salty sea air.
Melissa Harris, 99 Keys to a Creative Lifealive
- The forest makes me feel even more alive in a way—the unfamiliar atmosphere has me paying attention to every little sound and movement like never before.
Rowena Risqué, Rescued
- Who would deny that trees are beautiful. Trees are like people; alike in so many respects, but each so different, so varied, so singular, SO strange.
Journal of Arboriculture
- I go to the forest for peace and quiet; it’s a natural and sacred setting complete with music and inspiration.
Organic Gardening and Farming
- There are forests that regenerate the heart, nourish the Soul, strengthen the body. These forests help us reconnect to the Essence and teach us the language of the soul.
Satya, Your hand in Mine
- The forest seemed very majestic; there was harmony, order, and peace here.
Henryk Schönker, The Touch of an Angel
- The thickest, wildest forest makes me feel wholesome and totally at home.
John Dorber, An Australian’s Stories
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