In the middle of the last century Swiss psychiatrist and psychoanalyst Carl Jung gave practical advice for remedying our loss of contact with Nature which was not that different to the advice given today: to live in small communities; to work a shorter day and week; to have a plot of land to cultivate; and to make the sparest use of radio, television, newspapers, and technological gadgetry. The purpose of doing these things, however, is not to repair Nature, but to let Nature affect us. It is this reversal of the common attitude of domination that makes Jung’s contribution unique. Time, money and energy are now dedicated to repairing the damage done to Nature. A balanced interaction between human nature and Nature requires that we also invite – allow – Nature to heal us.