Blue Mind Life
Blue Mind refers to the mildly meditative state that we feel when we’re near, in, on, or under
water that gives us a sense of well-being and connectedness to the world. Whether we’re
aware of it or not, we’re all connected to water; however, our relationship with water is broken,
our oceans and waterways severely degraded, and their benefits to humanity undervalued.
Blue Mind Life connects the dots - neuroscience and economics, nature and conservation, art
and science, water and wellness, poetry and practice - in profoundly important new ways.
Neuropsychology offers a lens through which to make the “intangibles” of economics more
tangible, and enables the emerging field of neuroconservation. Neuroconservation uses our
cognitive, emotional, psychological, social, and spiritual connections to nature as powerful
motivators and catalyst for conservation and restoration activities.