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Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Vice article featuring Me
« on: October 02, 2013, 07:35:19 am »
( and I'd agree, a different hair style might help, but then maybe not). 

He is beautifully RAW!
Please, change your hairstyle ONLY if you feel like it. Do not become "pretty" but fake like those models floating on the sidebar of your interview.

The pics of you I like the most is the first one.  Your eyes and smile look so shiny!!  ;)
Whose pans are those on the background? heh

I think you have talent and a natural authenticity that could play out well for you long term.

Sure he has!  8)

Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Vice article featuring Me
« on: October 02, 2013, 06:36:35 am »
For those who see something more, I welcome you aboard with an open heart(dripping with the lifes blood that nourishes both body and soul.) urging those who hunger for a better life to take a big bite.

Mmm, that is so innerly visceral my friend..  :P  :-* ;)

Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Intuitive Running
« on: October 02, 2013, 06:02:59 am »
This is what I always do here! But in a tropical forest it is a bit different though. :D
That forest in the video is pretty much "structured", therefore it is easier to run and do things in there..

Guys, you have so many places for Rewilding in America!!

 ;) ;) ;)

Info / News Items / Announcements / Intuitive Running
« on: October 02, 2013, 05:58:53 am »
Intuitive running, to me, means running for attunement. This goes beyond any workout routine, there's no making it into a business model, or becoming certified in it, and it doesn't lend itself to competition or media attention. This is more like a meditation, but an engaged meditation. Tuning into what's around me, myself, my running partners. I want to become sharper on my runs, physically, but also in relationship. In how my brain works.
 Marcus Gardner

What they do not vALUE,
they will not PROTECT
and what they do not protect, they will LOSE.
Charles Jordan - Play Again

One generation from now most people in the U.S. will have spent more time in the virtual world than in nature. New media technologies have improved our lives in countless ways. Information now appears with a click. Overseas friends are part of our daily lives. And even grandma loves Wii.

But what are we missing when we are behind screens? And how will this impact our children, our society, and eventually, our planet? At a time when children play more behind screens than outside, PLAY AGAIN explores the changing balance between the virtual and natural worlds. Is our connection to nature disappearing down the digital rabbit hole?

This moving and humorous documentary follows six teenagers who, like the “average American child,” spend five to fifteen hours a day behind screens. PLAY AGAIN unplugs these teens and takes them on their first wilderness adventure – no electricity, no cell phone coverage, no virtual reality.

Through the voices of children and leading experts including journalist Richard Louv, sociologist Juliet Schor, environmental writer Bill McKibben, educators Diane Levin and Nancy Carlsson-Paige, neuroscientist Gary Small, parks advocate Charles Jordan, and geneticist David Suzuki, PLAY AGAIN investigates the consequences of a childhood removed from nature and encourages action for a sustainable future.

Health / Re: Staph infections
« on: October 01, 2013, 05:06:10 pm »
I ve been to the Ocean yesterday and soaked and rinsed and exposed my wounds to the full shining sun and today I just woke up and the wounds are almost completely healed!
Also the swelling is much, much better!
I forgot to buy some lemons but accidentally I found a ripe one on the sand right there where I was sitting and squeezed its juice to clean the wounds..
I felt as if "somebody" was really looking after me! :)
My Cosmic parents!

Bless the Spirits of the Elements!

Suggestion Box / Re: Gross topic deleted
« on: October 01, 2013, 07:04:04 am »
Yes, to tell you the truth, I also found that post out of place..

Did you give a warning to the poster?
Banned him?

Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Vice article featuring Me
« on: October 01, 2013, 07:01:20 am »

Nice article, I enjoyed it very much!  ;) ;)

I had a couple of goats in my yard that I was using for milk, and, you know, I was tired of milking them, so I slaughtered them.

That sounded so rough heh


Journals / Re: Aura´s Rewilding Journey
« on: September 30, 2013, 04:17:36 am »
The most humble Cradle of Life

Today I found Duchessa s newborn kittens.
4 young kittens embracing each other inside a bamboo furniture, in an unused guest room.

So I walked the door and  just stood there, watching them while the mother was gone somewhere hunting.

She must have smelled my presence and promptly Duchessa came in, to breast feed them. She entered the furniture and sensually laid down on her side, offering her breasts to the kitties, in such a relaxed, natural way.

She looked so beautiful to me. So delicate, so submissive to the role she is supposed to play.
The Mother, the off-spring Bearer, serving Life for its own sake.

The more I looked at her, the more it seemed  she even had pleasure in letting her nipples to be sucked..

As the kitties moved towards her breast, Duchessa would allow them more space, involuntarily (?) embracing them as she stretched her front leg forwards.

Their footsteps were so "soft" and "light" yet so deep and tangible, it felt like they were walking on my skin..
Tenderness pervaded the room.

The garden here was silent and all I could hear were the birds outside, the small movements of the kitties on the bamboo surfaces, their low meaowing calling to each other, their hungry sucking noises and Duchessa deep green eyes tenderly blinking, embodying the Universal Breath of expansion and contraction, while she abandoned herself to the mystical energy of the Infinite Love that Life is all about..

She must have been sailing in the Ocean of Mercy, embodying the sacred feminine in nature, the fountain from where the delicious nectar of the gods spills forth..

Duchessa looked at me a couple of times and I was just amazed to see her in such intimate moments.
Everything was so natural,  I am not sure if I could ever be able to render such feelings into words but it seemed like "time" was relative to their present moment of "being-ness"..

"Things", Life itself was just happening, right there in front of me..

The essence of Love was right there for me to witness.

And I envyed them, because I found myself thirsty for it.

Naturality and simplicity filled the room with the beauty of Life as the material emptyness around  disappeared, allowing a sensation of closedness and warmth to permeate those intense moments.

Duchessa and her 4 kittens turned that humble, banal furniture into the richest and most sacred place on Earth.

A dwelling place for the Spiritual Unseen to become finally Re-vealed.

Health / Re: Staph infections
« on: September 30, 2013, 03:52:23 am »
Yeh I just came to mention iodine topically as well.  Perhaps salt and iodine poultice?  I am sure this is why seawater is so beneficial.  Do you take any salt internally?  You might try just a bit of salt an iodine this was as well.

Dear Jessica, I once had atomic iodine and used it for a while but did not seem to affect much my health so I gave it to somebody in Europe..  -\

Health / Re: Staph infections
« on: September 30, 2013, 03:50:43 am »
What all have you been doing to treat it? I would really recommend iodine and MMS. They seem to be the way a lot of others are having long-term success.

Hey Dustin, I d really love to experiment with the things you say but I need to take a quick action therefore I cannot wait to order those products (they do not sell them in Brazil and I would have to order them from USA)..

I soaked my leg in warm salty water and the pain went away but it is still pretty much swollen. My foot, my ankle, almost till my knee!  :o
Never got so swallen before and the infection itself it is not even that big.. and the swollen area is not painful at all..   ???
I exercised and danced today no probs.


Tomorrow I ll go to the Ocean anyway..

That's really cool.  Those tribes have really wonderful posture.  They are an inspiration in that regard.

They surely are for me.
True Earthlings!  ;) ;)

Health / Re: Staph infections
« on: September 29, 2013, 07:21:50 pm »
Right, still struggling a bit.
Since I cannot go to the beach, I thought I d try to soak my leg into a salt water basin and read something while waiting a couple of hours to pass..

Hy guys, check this wonderful website about Jimmy s trip around the world, visiting several indigenous tribes.

Stunning!  8) 8)

Health / Re: Staph infections
« on: September 29, 2013, 04:04:25 am »
Do you have common plantain where you are living? This is a small herb that has phenomenal antibacterial properties. It grows all over in the US, I've made it into a spit poultice by chewing the leaves to mush and then putting the mush on a wound and letting it dry. It falls off in a day or so, and has worked wonders for me on eliminating infections and promoting rapid, scar-free healing.

Yes I do.
It is a bit different compared to the european one but with similar properties.
I drink its juice almost every morning in my wild edibles green juice.

Health / Re: Staph infections
« on: September 28, 2013, 11:46:53 pm »
Maybe you could say 'you had no symptoms on a high carb fruit diet'....  IF your staph is a result of excess blood sugar,  than your present hemisphere is actually showing you something.

Could be very well be the case :(
My foot got swollen in the mean time.. But I am not too worried.. Finger crossed!
I ll wash the wounds with cashew tree bark.

Hi again!

I just wanted to update the course situation..

I have a person - who like me - is willing to take the course and upload the contents on a online storage drive.

The complete course costs  347$ but because I have signed up to the "Wild Summit" , I have got a 50$ coupon on the checkout.

We will use it and bring the costs furthermore down.
 So far, we are at 148,5 dollars each.

If we could find just one  more person we could pay as little as 99$ each!

Hurry up, we are reaching deadline in a few days!

Thank You!

Health / Re: Staph infections
« on: September 28, 2013, 04:57:35 pm »
Thank you guys!

My wounds are looking better except one that is a bit spreading but I am watching it very carefully and extra cleaning it several times a day.

Surely I eat lots of sugar (fruits) but  environment is also important because  I had ABSOLUTELY no probs when on a high carb fruit diet in the northern emisphere..

General Discussion / Re: Wild snakes of the local river
« on: September 27, 2013, 02:27:25 am »
Thank you Francois!

I was thinking.. I did not eat the skin! The locals quickly discarded it and I went straight to the fillets! They were looking so rich!
Surely next time. 8)

Would you eat it?

Health / Re: Staph infections
« on: September 27, 2013, 02:21:15 am »
Thanks Dr D!
I knew about the garlic. There was a time I even used to eat lots of it but did not seem to improve my immunity..
 I  ve learnt how to treat staph infections naturally but I d like to get rid of them!  >: >:

Also, I ve found that Ocean water is a real medicine! ;)

General Discussion / Re: Wild snakes of the local river
« on: September 26, 2013, 11:06:23 pm »
It must have triggered exchanges of molecules: your body, finally receiving perfectly suitable proteins/fats would have expelled some flawed ones it had kept because there was nothing better available.  :)
Yes, could be! Today is all gone. Was it too short for a proper detox?  ???
I d like to read more about this since on my natural hygiene/ fruitarian education I ve learnt that some foods CAUSE mucus, i.e polluting the body. Slightly different view.

Health / Staph infections
« on: September 26, 2013, 11:01:57 pm »
Hi guys,
since I ve moved to the tropics, I periodically get staph aureus  infections.
When I moved to Europe in between, they disappeared.

Last, 3 days ago, after the trail in the forest when I got bitten by some mosquitoes and then scratched with my "dirty" nails  8) and caused it to get infected..

I am now cleaning my wounds with hot water and it is SO  painful..  :'( :'(

A fruit friend of mine told me once somebody gets it first time, s/he will hardly get rid off..

Is that true?

What s your experience about it?

there are all kinds of rewilding communities in the states, you just have to be where they are, i have lived super close to many but not close enough i guess.

Yes, I found some on the internet but they are living in cold climates!
I just cannot live outside of the tropics anymore..
Let alone complicated visas issues..

It would be good to create such community here in Brazil (or at least, south america), lets do it guys!  O0

General Discussion / Re: Wild snakes of the local river
« on: September 26, 2013, 07:59:07 pm »
Great ! So, if they weight 3 to 5 kg (according to Wikipedia), you ate about a quarter of it, didn’t you? What happened to the rest? Did the locals cook it? Did some of them saw you eating it raw? Was it hard to peel off the skin?

Do not know its weight but it was a 2 m long and "fat" heh
Yes, they took home the rest and cooked it. They saw me eating it there on the spot, right after we skinned it and fillet it.
BTW, the morning after I woke up and had some mucus and my body odour was should I say  l), "intense"..
Does it happen also to you, guys?
It is unusual to me I believe because I m used to fruits and clear pees and almost no body odour at all..
It digested fine though.. My stools were right.
Certainly, a very powerful meal for me!

It was kind of weird to skin it but with their help, I managed it.
Should practice more often though heh

1 kg of snake meat is probably not much in 30 years of life… ;) But 1 kg of snake meat eaten at every meal during 30 years would certainly be a lot!  ;D

Well I do not eat fleshes often and my morning meals are always fruity, therefore I have PLENTY of space left for lunch! heh

Snake is then a food we failed to include into our diet, something I still have to discover. But snakes in Europe are small and probably hardly worth the work to skin it.

Guess so..

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