Apparently what we used to call a nature walk (or a stroll through the park, or a walk in the woods) is now a form of meditation:
To give shinrin-yoku a try, choose a spot based on physical ability and convenience. Do not choose a route that is too strenuous: It is recommended that in four hours, you should walk no more than three miles. This is not an endurance hike. Rest when necessary and find a spot where it is pleasant to sit and read for a while or simply look out into the trees. It is OK to bring water or green tea. It is also recommended that, if possible, a forest bath is followed up with a hot spring bath.
...and the hot spring bath followed with a Mr. Bubbles bubble bath.
Oh, wait, Bryson is alive.