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Imagine that you and a friend are taking a walk through a wooded area. As you walk, you become aware of the many stimuli in your surrounding environment: the sound of old leaves shuffling under your feet and birds singing high in the trees, the sight of branches that hang in front of your path, the different touch textures of tree bark when you lean on the trees for support as you go down a steep incline, the sharp pain in your finger as you move a briar vine and accidentally grasp a thorn, the earthy smell of damp ground as you walk along a stream, and the taste of tangy wild blackberries you find growing in a sunny break in the trees. These ...

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