Welcome To The Feral Human Podcast
Shake Off Your Domestication
Do you feel disconnected from nature? Do you feel like you’re stuck running on a wheel? Do you feel out of control of your life?
Stop living like an animal in a zoo. Don’t accept your domestication. Explore what it means to live like a human. Shake off your domestication and go feral!
Today is a Scorpio full moon and that is the inspiration for this episode. Don’t worry if you’re not into astrology. You don’t have to for this process to be helpful. You also don’t only have to do it on a Scorpio full moon. This episode’s content is handy for… well the rest of your life.
It’s time for a sacred cow roast. Actually, this is one of my favorite romantic idealizations. I love the movie Jeremiah Johnson and I love the idea of the mountain man. I’ve been telling people for decades that I was just going to move out into the mountains, build a cabin, and disappear. Unfortunately, that kind of self-sufficiency isn’t real for a lot of reasons. I want to talk about real self-sufficiency and why that legendary mountain man self-sufficiency is a myth.
Happy full moon in Libra! Today I want to look at movement we outsource. This is movement we would normally have to do ourselves, but instead, we basically pay someone else to do it for us. Let’s look at food, clothing, and fuel and how outsourcing this movement has affected our health and lifestyles.
Happy New Moon in Aries. It’s a time for action. Take charge and start new projects, meet new people, and plan new adventures! Let’s talk about payroll today! The industrial revolution changed a lot. I mean… major understatement, right? One of the things that changed that I don’t think has been for the better is how we relate to earning an income.
It’s a full moon in Libra! It’s also only a few days from the spring equinox! That means spring is upon us. It’s a great time to get started producing some food for yourself. Let’s talk about how you can produce some of your own food this year. It doesn’t have to be complicated and it’s a great idea to start small!