Reconnect. Return. Rewild.
A research-based psychological, anthropological, and story-centered resource for mind/body/spirit health, emphasizing therapeutic engagement with the natural world as vital to our own wellbeing. Created by Micha Thomas.
Over 300 interviews, rituals, and resources to aid you in your own Rewilding path, with additions each month.
I realized, ‘Oh my gosh, no one’s ever put clean drinking water on a map before!’ That was my eureka moment, of realizing one of the reasons why people drink bottled water is that they can’t actually find water.
A wonderful alternative to plastic baggies are wax wraps – wax covered cloth that forms and hugs the food. These are often made from beeswax and linen or organic cotton.
It is a most common emotion, and it is not something to suppress. Anger itself should never be taboo. Its expression is what should be modulated but not its existence and release.
We are about to enter a new cycle within the bigger picture of our soul growth. We must travel through with the strength it takes to trust that our Higher Selves are navigating forward no matter how slow it might seem. Sometimes the slower path is the path to our greatest awe.
Damiana is a traditional plant that has been used for centuries in several Latin American cultures, including Mexico, Central America, and parts of South America, and it was highly revered by the Mayans, Aztecs, and Guaycura for centuries.
There’s this idea of destiny, that destiny is an eternal irritant within us. A bit ago there was an irritant inside me that I didn’t have vocabulary for. It was this dissatisfaction somewhere inside of me, asking for more than I was giving it.