Becoming more in tune with the environment does not require a lot of time, energy or money and with projects include spoon carving to foraging in the hedgerows, making and mending to forest bathing - this book will help you to focus on the ...
Author: Sarah Stirling
Publisher: Hardie Grant Books
Do you sometimes feel that your life is missing something simple yet fundamental? Would you love to reconnect more with the natural world, get in on the theatre of wildlife and seasons going on outside your window? Do you struggle to find the time to start? You're not alone. Over-attached to technology, cosseted in our homes, the Western world has never been so disconnected. However, increasingly, we are realizing that our relationship with nature is the most important thing in our lives, and that it is at stake. Rewild Your Life will help you to rediscover your instinctive connection to the great outdoors, both in your own gardens and further afield. With 52 projects from bushcraft to generations old craftery, journalist and wild swimming enthusiast Sarah Stirling will show you how reconnecting with the natural world is key to keeping the environment alive, while simultaneously bringing the wonder back into the every day. Becoming more in tune with the environment does not require a lot of time, energy or money and with projects include spoon carving to foraging in the hedgerows, making and mending to forest bathing - this book will help you to focus on the many small ways you can retune your innate human senses that have become blunted by modern life, and really reconnect. Perfect for anyone who wants to get closer to the nature that's all around them, Rewild Your Life will give you an appreciation for nature's seasonal changes as well as improve your overall happiness and wellbeing.
Then provide safe places for them to perform a few of the main stages of their
lives; nesting, feeding, egg laying and provide water for them to drink, bath in and
live in, ensuring some or all of their life cycle. That may be all you need to do to ...
Author: Frances Tophill
Publisher: Hachette UK
**A SUNDAY TIMES GARDENING BOOK OF THE YEAR 2020** 'A must-read for every gardener who wants to up their game for wildlife and do their bit for the planet.' -- Isabella Tree 'A refreshing, uplifting and positive look at the true value of a garden.' -- Alan Titchmarsh The perfect book for any gardener looking to get back in touch with their wild side. The rewilding of public spaces and farmland is vitally important to conservation, but how can we support native species and provide rich habitats on our own doorsteps? In this practical, beautifully illustrated guide horticulturalist and Gardener's World presenter Frances Tophill shows you how to plan and maintain a beautiful garden that will attract bees and birds as well as a throng of unsung garden heroes. Whether you have a small balcony or a large open space, discover the joys of welcoming natural ecosystems back into your garden - along with a host of new visitors.
Whenever normality imposes itself on you, ask yourself: "Does this pressure
increase my happiness or decrease it?". If the answer is no, use raw and frank
sincerity to put your life back in order. Listen to yourself, and always put your
Author: Shortcut Edition
Publisher: Shortcut Edition
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Not as something that always needs to be tidied up, compartmentalised or
controlled: we need to start integrating it into our everyday lives. The great thing
about this kind of rewilding is that it is something we can all do. It's more
Author: Nick Baker
As our busy, technology-driven lives become more sedentary and less connected to wildlife, it is important to remember the natural, human connection we have to the wilderness. Nick Baker, naturalist and wildlife presenter, takes the reader back to our natural instincts. Journeying through the senses, his expert advice offers the practical tools to experience the wilderness on your own doorstop as well as in the wider, wilder world. From learning to observe the creatures and beasts within hands’ reach and seeing and hearing the birds and trees of our forests, to an introduction to rewilding as a concept and the importance nature has to the wider world. Nick's vivid text mixes memoir with practical advice to entertain, inform and inspire us to get back to nature. ReWild is a beautiful and important exploration of the art of returning to nature.
Moving through life motivated by the primal senses of: desire, impulse and
intuition, is one of the most powerful ways you can rewild your own life, wherever
you currently are, without actually having to change very much in your external ...
Author: Marilyn Pabon
Publisher: Balboa Press
Unleashing Your Inner Goddess is about understanding and acknowledging that her divinity exists. Your Inner Goddess is the purest form of you. She is everything love and never concerns herself with trivial things. She’s been around for a LONG time, and knows the ways of the Universe. She also knows why you’re here! She is your Divine spark. We often make the mistake of thinking our history begins with our birth in this life and that our memories extend only from the moment of our birth. Our physical body is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to who we are and what makes us, us. We have memories and knowledge from our life before this one. Your Inner Goddess is your soul, your true essence, who always wants the best for you. She’s the part of you who truly remembers who you were before you came to this world. She’s free and wild and really doesn’t care about other people’s opinions. She’s the part of you who’s at peace with what you’ve been through and where you’re headed. It’s “You” who set the course of your life and the things you want to accomplish and learn, before you even came to this earth. It’s “You” whispering guidance to yourself about your highest path and purpose. Your Inner Goddess invariably involves how you can best serve others while being true to yourself. This part of You helps you to keep on track with your life’s purpose and in touch with your passions and joy. Your Inner Goddess has brought with her your feminine energy. She’s that part of your soul who is fully connected with the Divine Feminine. Your Inner Goddess manifests as your higher self, your soul, your spirit, your intuition, the essence of who you truly are. You might frequently hear the phrase “finding yourself ”, but finding yourself is really returning to yourself and to your Inner Goddess. Tapping into this divine feminine energy allows you to live life guided by your true essence and be in perfect flow with the magic of the universe. Every woman has an Inner Goddess, whether you realize it or not. Connecting with your Inner Goddess will automatically make you feel happier, radiant, healthier, and sexier! Your higher vibration will make you naturally glow from the inside out. You don’t need to contact your Higher Self as an entity outside of yourself, she is You! Wisdom and memories are inside of you, if you will access them. Pay attention to your desires and passions. Your truest, heartfelt desires are feedback from your Inner Goddess about what you want to do now. Living from your Inner Goddess means not sacrificing or ignoring those desires, it also means listening to those desires on a daily basis. You know you are stepping into your Goddess self and awakening your true eternal nature when you become more concerned about you inner journey than your outward one.
What I would like to offer you here is a way to begin thinking about the tracks you
encounter on your morning or afternoon walks or out on the land for your nature
meditation. Like all of the skills you are learning as you rewild your life, tracking ...
Author: Micah Mortali
Publisher: Sounds True
Reconnect with your wild essence as you awaken your innate bond with the natural world “Rewilding is a return to our essential nature. It is an attempt to reclaim something of what we were before we used words like ‘civilized’ to define ourselves.” —Micah Mortali In his long-awaited book Rewilding, Kripalu director Micah Mortali brings together yoga, mindfulness, wilderness training, and ancestral skills to create a unique guide for reigniting your primal energy—your undomesticated true self—and deepening your connection with the living earth. For hundreds of thousands of years, humans lived intimately with the earth. We were in the wild and of the wild. Today, we live mostly urban lives—and our vital wildness has gone dormant. As a result, we’re more isolated, unhealthy, anxious, and depressed than ever, and our planet has suffered alongside us. With Rewilding, Mortali invites us to shed the effects of over-civilization and explore an inner wisdom that is primal, ancient, and profound. Whether you live in the middle of a city or alongside the woods, the insights and practices on these pages will bring you home to your wild, wise, and alive self. Highlights include: Practice-rich content—mindfulness exercises, guided meditations, yoga and pranayama, inward sensing, forest bathing, and much more The “life-force deficit”—explore how our separation from nature affects us physiologically and spiritually Ancestral skills—such as tracking, foraging, building fires, and finding shelter Develop a sense of calm, clarity, connection, and confidence in both your daily life and the great outdoors What you can learn from nature’s teachers—lessons from mountains, rivers, trees, and our animal kin Rewild in the wild—guidelines around safety, preparedness, appropriate gear, and packing lists A mindful rewilding flow—put everything together in an immersive, step-by-step rewilding experience Awaken your authentic spiritual connection with the natural world as you come home to your true self Understand the relationship between our health and the health of our planet—and how we can begin to heal both Part celebration of the natural world, part spiritual memoir, and part how-to guide, Rewilding is a must-read for anyone who wants to embrace their wild nature and essential place in the living earth.
PART II Why We Sometimes Need Worms and Whether or Not You Should
Rewild Your Gut When Good Bodies Go Bad (and Why) We expect few Part II:
Why We Sometimes Need Worms and Whether or Not You Should Rewild Your.
Author: Dr. Rob Dunn
Publisher: Harper Collins
“Anextraordinary book…. With clarity and charm [Dunn] takes the reader into theoverlap of medicine, ecology, and evolutionary biology to reveal an importantdomain of the human condition.” —EdwardO. Wilson, author of Anthill and The Future of Life BiologistRob Dunn reveals the crucial influence that other species have upon our health,our well-being, and our world in The WildLife of Our Bodies—a fascinating tour through the hidden truths of natureand codependence. Dunn illuminates the nuanced, often imperceptible relationshipsthat exist between homo sapiens and other species, relationships that underpinhumanity’s ability to thrive and prosper in every circumstance. Readers ofMichael Pollan’s TheOmnivore’s Dilemma will be enthralled by Dunn’s powerful, lucid explorationof the role that humankind plays within the greater web of life on Earth.
ReWild mixes memoir with practical advice, to delight, inform and inspire us all to discover the art of returning to nature.
Author: Nick Baker
Publisher: White Lion Publishing
"An ingenious and invigorating insight into the essential wildness within us all.” Chris Packham As our busy, technology-driven lives become more sedentary we have become less connected to our natural surroundings. In these challenging times, it is by rediscovering our links to the world around us that we can rekindle the natural, human connection we have to the wild. Nick Baker introduces rewilding as a concept that needs to be established at a personal level. Taking the reader back to their natural sensitivities, we rediscover the instinctive potential of our senses. From learning to observe the creatures and beasts within hands’ reach and seeing and hearing the birds and trees of our forests, Baker’s expert advice offers the practical tools to experience the wilderness on your own doorstep, as well as in the wider, wilder world. ReWild mixes memoir with practical advice, to delight, inform and inspire us all to discover the art of returning to nature.
This book is designed for people who take their health seriously- not the casual cooker. The recipes are simple, but work best when your life is designed WITH them.
Author: Sven Craun
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ReWild Your Health Cookbook is A Wild and Traditional Foods Cookbook Filled With Recipes & Meal Plans for Families, Athletes, Coaches, or Anyone Wanting a Healthier Body & Life. This book is designed for people who take their health seriously- not the casual cooker. The recipes are simple, but work best when your life is designed WITH them. Stop being an amateur with your food and become the architect of your health.
WILD BY NATURE: RADICAL SUSTAINABILITY SKILLS AND IDEAS FOR AN UNCERTAIN FUTURE Miles Olson is a true radical; that is, he gets to the root of the problem--which is that we have cut ourselves off from our own innate wildness and are busily ...
Author: Miles Olson
Publisher: New Society Publishers
Wild by nature - radical sustainability skills and ideas for a post-industrial future
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Poor little thing," she ... "You think I've made a mess of my life, don't you?" Tears
were ... "You think they're wild and aggressive and I don't discipline them enough.
Author: Mary Hazzard
Publisher: Pinnacle Books
"This is more than an ordinarily good novel...it illuminates the subjects it touches and it will reward the serious reader richly."The Washington Post
" --Smithsonian, "The Ten Best Science Books of 2018" "Wilding is both a timely and important book." --Tim Flannery, The New York Review of Books
Author: Isabella Tree
Publisher: Ivy Kids
From the best-selling author and rewilding pioneer Isabella Tree, When We Went Wild is a heartwarming, sustainably printed picture book about the benefits of letting nature take the lead, inspired by real-life rewilding projects. Nancy and Jake are farmers. They raise their cows and pigs, and grow their crops. They use a lot of big machines to help them, and spray a lot of chemicals to get rid of the weeds and the pests. That's what all good farmers do, isn't it? And yet, there is no wildlife living on their farm. The animals look sad. Even the trees look sad! One day, Nancy has an idea... what if they stopped using all the machines, and all the chemicals, and instead they went wild? The author's own experience of rewilding her estate at Knepp in West Sussex, England, has influenced conservation techniques around the world that are bringing nature back to the countryside and bringing threatened species back from the brink. Ivy Kids brings you beautiful, sustainably printed books to rewild your child. They are hopeful, joyful stories and nonfiction about nature and the environment that are charmingly illustrated and printed on 100% post-consumer recycled paper, locally in the US, and using renewable energy. Praise for Wilding, the author's best-selling memoir: "In a story that is part personal memoir, part work of conservation, Tree reveals the capacity of the wild to reclaim the land--as long as humans step out of the way." --Smithsonian, "The Ten Best Science Books of 2018" "Wilding is both a timely and important book." --Tim Flannery, The New York Review of Books
He used to say , “ When you're wild with anybody , and you're feeling cranky and
arguing , you can say a lot of mean things . You can never take ' em back , and all
your life you'll be sorry and wish you cut your tongue out . Get right away from ...
Author: Evelyn Crawford
Publisher: Ringwood, Vic. : Penguin Books
Biography of the life of an Aboriginal family as it was in the 'back of Bourke' in the 1930s, and as it is now. Chris Walsh tells the story of Evelyn Crawford's childhood, nurtured by love and taught by Aboriginal elders, her frightening years as a teenager in Sydney and her life as wife and mother of 14. Since 1975 Evelyn has worked with her school community to bring about wider opportunities for Aboriginal students.