ReWilding the Self -3

Rewilding one’s self is coming to know one’s own body as the Earth’s body, and to again identify Earth as one’s own body as well. It is to again become indigenuous to the cosmos, the Earth, and to the place of our local living.

This rewilding process is part and parcel of what it is to reclaim and re-inhabit one’s body, mind and soul, one’s relational nature, our passion and joy and our sorrow and grief too. It is thus the process of becoming ever more true to one’s deep self and nature.

This process of rewilding our selves requires that we become intentional in all our relationships, that we learn to honor each as teacher and relation.

Resources:

The Power of Place Initiative

Brian Swime, A New Story, at Global Mind Shift: http://www.global-mindshift.org/memes/swimmeseries/step1-1.asp

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Note: I do not know where this series on rewilding is leading. My intent is to follow the game trail with focus for 30 days, to keep the posts short and inspirational and to add links of resource as I am able. I will collect and publish a collected list of links to books and web resources as this series closes itself so please send me any that you would like to share and I’ll do what I can with them.

Also, please feel free to contribute your own suggestions, tips and comments as to your own process for what supports you as you reorient your life toward thrivability for all.

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2 Responses to ReWilding the Self -3

  1. Brenda Loew says:

    VErY inspirational! (This IS the “body of the Buddha”….). Thank you for your posts, Larry ~

  2. Larry Glover says:

    Wow. Thanks Brenda. It will be interesting to see where this trail of posts lead…. I’m not sure why the posts cannot be easily shared on facebook… I’ll do some research… obviously I’d like them shared. I’ve added a ‘Share This’ button and will be curious to see how this works out.

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