Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live without all the comforts of our modern world?
It’s amazing to think that just a few hundred years ago on our planet, most of the human population was still living in the same way they had been living for thousands of years.
You have to admit that those people had some mad skills.
Can you imagine living off the land and getting all your food by what you know & how well you’re able to hunt? Or starting fire just by rubbing sticks together?
Our ancestors had some incredible knowledge and awareness that’s almost lost in our world today, but have you ever stopped to really think about the impact that this loss of our nature-based skills could have on us as people?
In fact, scientists are starting to uncover evidence left and right that people actually need a meaningful connection to nature in order to function at their peak capacity.
People everywhere are getting curious about the natural world as a source of inspiration & development for becoming complete human beings. They’re getting outside & they’re learning ancient skills that are awakening their senses to see nature with new eyes.
It’s About People In Relationship With Life
I’m not saying you have to give up any of the modern luxuries that you currently enjoy, but what I am saying is that there is a secret part of you hidden inside your human psychology, and nature holds the key to unlocking it.
The really amazing thing is that with the advances in human understanding that have come in the last century, we can now for the first time look back on our history with objective eyes and see that nature contains a complete system for transformation.
You can make a decision to go out and systematically build relationships with all the elements of nature one-by-one.
- Go Tracking
- Watch a bird
- Do some Naturalist Training
- Learn Bird Language
- Harvest berries & edible plants
- Have a wild edible party
- Do some sky-gazing
- Go on a wander
- Pull out the camping gear
- Run in the rain
- Play in the mud
- Tell stories around a campfire
- Make fire by rubbing sticks together
- Go hunting (respectfully)
- Sleep in a shelter made from sticks
- Catch a frog
- Fall asleep beside a babbling creek
- Drink from a fresh mountain spring
- Sit in silence & just listen
- Bask in the sun like a lizard
Our Natural World As A Teacher…
Engaging with fun activities outside contributes towards generating deep relationships with all the different layers of nature. Being outside, we naturally begin to use our senses & our minds in a highly focused & stimulating manner.
Nature teaches us to get in touch with ourselves & the connections you develop with the natural world are so important to the health & well-being of people.
Once you feel the effects for yourself, you’ll be hooked just like so many other people!
- Revitalize your human sensory faculties
- Awaken the experience of empathy
- Cultivation of a global stewardship ethic
- Develop & refine a healthy Scientific Intelligence
- Greater happiness, joy & peace
Catch the wave & ride your way to the life you’re meant to live.
I’m here to help you along the way.
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