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// it's ok to do things alone.
it's ok to vibe by yourself. 🦋
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i called it an early night from renovations over at @liv.in.her.element . 🌅
i jotted some things down, took a few deep breaths & enjoyed the sunset, like everyone should every now & then..

// it's ok to do things alone. it's ok to vibe by yourself. 🦋 : i called it an early night from renovations over at @liv.in.her.element . 🌅 i jotted some things down, took a few deep breaths & enjoyed the sunset, like everyone should every now & then. ...

Give nature the love it deserves and you’ll get it right back 💚🌲.

Give nature the love it deserves and you’ll get it right back 💚🌲 ...

The realisation that we are part of nature is one of the most significant realisations we can have as humans, in my opinion. If we consider ourselves part of nature, perhaps we’d be less likely to destroy it. For me, Earth Day is an important movement as it gives a louder, collective voice to the problems our planet is facing. It also highlights how impactful collective action is. Every decision you make, affects the planet and those who inhabit it in one way or another. We need to start making better decisions, decisions driven by care and consideration for our natural world, not greed. It might feel like your single decision not to buy plastic shampoo bottles or to cycle instead of drive to the shops won’t make a difference, but it will. If your decision inspires someone else to do the same, collective change can happen quickly. Communities with a vision are powerful things..

The realisation that we are part of nature is one of the most significant realisations we can have as humans, in my opinion. If we consider ourselves part of nature, perhaps we’d be less likely to destroy it. For me, Earth Day is an important movement as it gives a louder, collective voice to the problems our planet is facing. It also highlights how impactful collective action is. Every decision you make, affects the planet and those who inhabit it in one way or another. We need to start making better decisions, decisions driven by care and consideration for our natural world, not greed. It might feel like your single decision not to buy plastic shampoo bottles or to cycle instead of drive to the shops won’t make a difference, but it will. If your decision inspires someone else to do the same, collective change can happen quickly. Communities with a vision are powerful things. ...

🚨ARTHUR ALERT🚨
While the industrial world is entangled in the COVID-19 hysteria, our life in the forests of Maine is relatively unchanged. The wild species that support our living are still here, the multitude of relationships intact, and the ability to live without fear of such pandemics a constant promise. I feel for the many millions of people in this country who either chose to live in urban centers or find themselves there by circumstance. This must have been a terrible two months for some. We feel grateful for the place we live, offering countless miles to roam without seeing another human (if that is someone's goal). These forests offer nutrient dense foods--but they are not free. It is constantly touted that wild foods are free, but this is only true of a colonizing, taker mindset. The lives that gave us this meal did so in trade. They did so not with a focus on the individual (as our society does), but with a focus on the collective--that we will protect the populations of their species through time with conscientious modes of interaction. A reciprocal gift economy that they all take part in. Lives for lives. Deaths for deaths. And when my time to part this phase of existence comes, I will give back my life to nourish the standing people who have given me so much. I will not fill my body with industrial chemicals that contaminate our modern burial grounds, leaving a problem for the coming generations to deal with. I will simply be food for the forests, the same forests who fed me since I was child.

Ostrich fern fiddleheads, white-tailed deer back strap (from the freezer), and rainbow smelts. A meal fit for any sovereign human..

🚨ARTHUR ALERT🚨 While the industrial world is entangled in the COVID-19 hysteria, our life in the forests of Maine is relatively unchanged. The wild species that support our living are still here, the multitude of relationships intact, and the ability to live without fear of such pandemics a constant promise. I feel for the many millions of people in this country who either chose to live in urban centers or find themselves there by circumstance. This must have been a terrible two months for some. We feel grateful for the place we live, offering countless miles to roam without seeing another human (if that is someone's goal). These forests offer nutrient dense foods--but they are not free. It is constantly touted that wild foods are free, but this is only true of a colonizing, taker mindset. The lives that gave us this meal did so in trade. They did so not with a focus on the individual (as our society does), but with a focus on the collective--that we will protect the populations of their species through time with conscientious modes of interaction. A reciprocal gift economy that they all take part in. Lives for lives. Deaths for deaths. And when my time to part this phase of existence comes, I will give back my life to nourish the standing people who have given me so much. I will not fill my body with industrial chemicals that contaminate our modern burial grounds, leaving a problem for the coming generations to deal with. I will simply be food for the forests, the same forests who fed me since I was child. Ostrich fern fiddleheads, white-tailed deer back strap (from the freezer), and rainbow smelts. A meal fit for any sovereign human. ...

Lately my day trips to the mountain wilderness have been getting later and later.. hiking down in the dark, because summit sunsets are too epic to miss. I was packing up my stuff, and had to keep stopping to stare at the sky, even though the wind picked up and it was freezing. Moments like these 😌🏔✨ followed by running all the way back down in darkness 😜.

Lately my day trips to the mountain wilderness have been getting later and later.. hiking down in the dark, because summit sunsets are too epic to miss. I was packing up my stuff, and had to keep stopping to stare at the sky, even though the wind picked up and it was freezing. Moments like these 😌🏔✨ followed by running all the way back down in darkness 😜 ...

"Please don't hurt me, no more. What is looove?" :: Vom Ohrwurm mal abgesehen, solche Anblicke im Park machen mich sehr traurig. Wieso versuchen Menschen Herzen in andere Lebewesen zu schneiden? 🤔 :: Hast du kreative, nicht verletzende Alternativen, die ich Menschen vorschlagen kann, wenn sie das Bedürfnis nach Liebe - Verewigen haben? :: 🌳🌲🌱 :: #aua #armerbaum #whatislove #rewild #wiederwilderwerden #givingthankseveryday #awesomeearth #wilderness #rewildyourlife #wildernessculture #rewildbefree #wildernessliving #urbansurvival #draussenzuhause #goplayoutside #awareness #achtsamkeit #wildheit #wildedrau ßenzeit #natureaddict #naturelover ...

It's happening! After 2 months of intense preparation, here I go to finally meet my tribe at @kierikkikeskus and live a full week at the Neolithic village there ✨⁠
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Time was very limited, so there was a lot more I wish I had done but couldn't. However, I couldn't be happier with what I actually managed to do in so little time, which was so much more than I could ever imagine. I mean... I made a whole outfit! ehehe It's truly rewarding 😊⁠
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I couldn't have done it without help, though. I am eternally grateful to @pedromrcipriano for helping me so much with the whole process, doing all house chores and bringing me food to my mouth so I could keep tanning/sowing non-stop 😄; to all the amazing shepherds in Foz Côa who helped me by saving as many sheepskins they could instead of throwing them away; to Eucalyptus trees for giving me their bark; to Sheep for giving me their beautiful skins and wool and, of course, to my human family, friends and everyone who have been encouraging me along the way, giving me motivation to keep going, even when I just felt like giving up. Thank you ❤️⁠
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Photo: Log house at @kierikkikeskus during the Summer of 2018 ❤️⁠
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#wildanacrow #ancestralskills #traditionalskills #gratitude #bornagainferal #rewild #getoutside #rewildyourlife #animism #kierikkikeskus #stoneage #stoneagehouse #neolithic #animistsofinstagram #livingwild #stoneageweek #ancestors #backtotheroots #livinghistory #neolithicperiod #finland_online #discoverfinland #thisisfinland #visitoulu.

It's happening! After 2 months of intense preparation, here I go to finally meet my tribe at @kierikkikeskus and live a full week at the Neolithic village there ✨⁠ .⁠ Time was very limited, so there was a lot more I wish I had done but couldn't. However, I couldn't be happier with what I actually managed to do in so little time, which was so much more than I could ever imagine. I mean... I made a whole outfit! ehehe It's truly rewarding 😊⁠ .⁠ I couldn't have done it without help, though. I am eternally grateful to @pedromrcipriano for helping me so much with the whole process, doing all house chores and bringing me food to my mouth so I could keep tanning/sowing non-stop 😄; to all the amazing shepherds in Foz Côa who helped me by saving as many sheepskins they could instead of throwing them away; to Eucalyptus trees for giving me their bark; to Sheep for giving me their beautiful skins and wool and, of course, to my human family, friends and everyone who have been encouraging me along the way, giving me motivation to keep going, even when I just felt like giving up. Thank you ❤️⁠ .⁠ Photo: Log house at @kierikkikeskus during the Summer of 2018 ❤️⁠ .⁠ .⁠ .⁠ .⁠ #wildanacrow #ancestralskills #traditionalskills #gratitude #bornagainferal #rewild #getoutside #rewildyourlife #animism #kierikkikeskus #stoneage #stoneagehouse #neolithic #animistsofinstagram #livingwild #stoneageweek #ancestors #backtotheroots #livinghistory #neolithicperiod #finland_online #discoverfinland #thisisfinland #visitoulu ...

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