- Tracing the invisible, undeniable threads of interwoven embeddedness in lived material relations of my environment through biospheric interoception and biofeedback.
- Unlocking fear and anger, terror and rage, as embodied responsiveness to violation of integrity of the enlargened self to empower feral and instinctive protectiveness.
- Externalizing discomfort into experimental actions seeking systemic balance, including the possibility of personal diminishment.
- Our conception of "nature" removes the human from the equation and distorts our authentic immersion in the world.
- The profound dissociation between our actions and their impacts may be one of the many consequences of industrialization and globalization
- Pleasurable experiences in nature seem to sacralize abstracted, romanticized relationships with our surrounds and may conflate recreational escape with benevolence.
- Along with many other incendiary prompts in my environment, the practice of re-wilding has imbued me with a mounting urgency for social change, reaching a pitch that is almost uncomfortable to bear at times.
- Re-wilding seems to expose my complicity in the suffering of others which evokes feelings of guilt and shame that seem appropriate, although they are inadequate to enact material changes.
- I now feel a strong desire to continue to learn about my daily exchanges and to overcome the prescribed ignorance of my active relations within the world.
May we all be relentless in our pursuit of the dignity of our biospheric self.