I am sure many of us have been told to “get lost” in our lives. Unfortunately, walking in the woods or in an area that everything looks the same, it is very easy to get lost.
There are advantages to getting lost in the woods, but not physically.
Getting lost in the woods is good most of the time if you know where you are going. Letting your brain free itself of the daily garbage and electronics that surrounds you most of your life is freshening.
When you get mentally lost in the woods, make sure you are in a safe place or familiar surroundings.
Now, when you get physically lost, there is such a hollow feeling in your stomach when you first believe you are truly lost.
Terror, sweating, more confusion takes over your body and mind and it gets much worse if you don’t force yourself to “settle down and think.”