Grasshopper to Locust.
By Emily Rack – Horatio’s Jar
Do you ever have the feeling when dancing in a crowd with all your friend of being so happy that you could burst out of your skin, transform and grow wings?
You could be a Locust.
Locust and Grasshoppers are the same things.
Grasshoppers, the green guys with long hind legs and big buggy eyes that eat green plants and wreck rose bushes, are generally loners. In an overcrowded environment, something weird and unexpected happens.
With their larger bodies, softer, smaller wings, and often brighter, greener colour, the grasshoppers transform into robust, longer winged, armoured skinned and darker bodied creatures; designed for intercontinental travel and mass vegetation destruction.
Not so cute anymore!
- A feel-good chemical in humans that helps to regulate our sleep, mood and concentration
- Deep breathing boosts serotonin in your brain & body—Sunshine directly into your eyes cues serotonin production.
- Serotonin is a chemical that helps transform a grasshopper into a locust.
Guest Contributor: Emily Rack
Business Name: Horatio’s Jar
Publisher: Digital Schools
Emily Rack is a freelance creative writer and researcher, visual content creator and designer. She is the head of the content production, publication and editing for Upschool+ Guest Contributors and Horatio’s Jar is her content production agency and wellbeing school.
Emily has dedicated her life to researching and understanding matters of the mind, body and the human experience. Her discoveries and research are focused on cultivating tools and dialogue that encourage us to live in peace and harmony here on earth.
Her current focus is the environment and human connectivity, conservation, environmentalism, plant medicine, botany, biology and the practice of ‘Nature Bathing’. Emily is a writer, digital content creator, seasoned photographer and visual artist.
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