The Art of Healing

Therapeutic Walking along the Yangtse River, China

The Yangtse is the third longest river in the world and the longest river in Asia. Its 700 tributaries cover one fifth of China. Rising in the northern parts of Tibet, the river flows for 6,300 km (3,900 miles) until it enters the East China Sea north of Shanghai. For thousands of years, the Yangtse has inspired spiritual seekers during times of peace and war, exile and anguish. It is a river that has seen every kind of atrocity known to humankind, and yet its capacity to inspire calm reflection and healing remains persistent and unfathomable.

Dr Adrian Cooper, Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society, Writer/Presenter for the BBC World Service and Consultant for the BBC TV Natural History Unit explains.

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