Perhaps you find Doctrinal "Religion" too rigid.
Perhaps you find more peace and harmony just being outdoors.
Perhaps you have an interest in nature-based worship.
Perhaps you've heard of the ancient Japanese Faith of Shinto, where the Divine Force is found everywhere in nature... the trees, the streams, the ocean, the rocks, the clouds... the eternal flow that repeats season after season.
Do you want, like those of the Shinto Faith, to acknowledge these things?
But you don't live in Japan where you can probably walk to a Shinto Shrine?
What can you do?
Although Shinto is the native Faith of the Japanese, the same divine force exists throughout the natural world. When I encountered the ancient Cryptomeria at the Ise Shrine in Japan, I had the same sacred feeling as being enshrined in the Redwood forest in California.
Wherever we are, we just have to take the time to be mindful of these Shinto Moments... and treasure them as though we were at an official Shinto Shrine.
I have yet to visit either Mt. Hiei in Japan or Machu Picchu in Chile, but I believe they both affect the mortal visitor in the same manner - with Shinto Moments.
Shinto Moments links the ancient Native Japanese beliefs to modern day life by attaching western thought to Shinto natural principles.
Shinto Moments is a collaboration between Kannushi (Priest), Taishi Kato MA; Kyudo Renshi, Edwin Symmes and Sabastian Velilla MPA.