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ReWild Yourself

Welcome to the ReWild Yourself Podcast! I’m Daniel Vitalis, and I’ll be your guide through the world of human ecology and lifestyle design. We’ll explore the strategies that our ancient human bodies and minds need to thrive in a modern world — awakening our instincts and freeing ourselves from the degenerative effects of human domestication.
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Now displaying: September, 2014
Sep 29, 2014
It was great fun to talk with Christopher Ryan, author of the New York Times best-seller Sex At Dawn. Episode Breakdown: * The nuclear family and how hunter-gatherers structure socially * How women went from being equal partners to being domesticated animals * Scarcity consciousness of modern society * The difference between sexual jealousy and wealth jealousy * How Chris views the nuclear family * The Shame Exorcist * What Chris would tell kids about sex * Persian edition of Sex at Dawn * Chris’s new book and his writing process * Finding the exhale in your work
Sep 23, 2014
Kim Anami — sex and relationship coach, writer and speaker — is one of my favorite voices in the sexuality space. In this interview, we get into some of today's sexual cultural conditioning and examine how we can consciously confront sexual taboos. Episode Breakdown: * Kim’s first profound transcendent sexual experiences * The sacred vs the profane * Born to f*ck * Male and female sexual cultural conditioning * The primal masculine energy that every woman wants * Don’t slather on the lubricant!  * Consciously approaching sexual taboos * Waves of opening: deep throating and anal * The deeper themes of BDSM * Vaginal Kung Fu * Kim’s courses * Deep vaginal life-changing orgasms * Sexual Mastery for Men * Polyamory vs monogamy * The true use of celibacy
Sep 15, 2014
In this episode of ReWild Yourself! Podcast, I talk with Sheri Winston, author of Women’s Anatomy of Arousal: Secret Maps to Buried Pleasure and leading sex expert. Episode Breakdown: * Sheri’s books * Taboo sexual language * Solo sex is our laboratory for pleasure experiments * Altered states of consciousness * Going into deep trance for mega-orgasmic experiences * The ecology of sex * Rediscovering the clitoris * Taking time with arousal for transcendent sex * The yin and yang of sexual energy * How to teach your children about sex * Sheri’s top sex tips for men and women
Sep 8, 2014
In this episode of ReWild Yourself! podcast, I talk with Stephen Harrod Buhner, an Earth poet and the award-winning author of twenty books on nature, indigenous cultures, the environment and herbal medicine. He is probably best known for is extensive writing in the field of herbalism and plant intelligence, though I would offer that he is one of the most significant writers and thought leaders of the modern ReWilding movement. Episode Breakdown: * Stephen’s early experiences with the metaphysical background of the world * The reality police * Fear of wildness * The education system shuts us down * Opening sensory gating channels * The 6th sensory channel: the feeling capacity * Using NeuroGnostics to open sensory gating channels * Reset your software program * Orient towards meaning rather than form * How to reclaim the feeling sense * How to operate from the feeling sense in this information-rich modern world * Sophisticated writing cultivates the feeling sense for the reader
Sep 2, 2014

Arthur Haines and I continue our discussion of the NeoAboriginal Lifeway. In this episode, Arthur shows us how the English language restricts our worldview, and why we should consider learning an indigenous language to cultivate the feral mindset. We discuss: * The wild experience vs. the civilized experience * The language of imperialism * How Arthur became interested in learning an indigenous language * Language shapes how we think * Loss of language diversity * The narrow aperture of the English language * English is a language of war * Indigenous languages integrate verbs into the landscape * Freedom of mind * Religion and language * Language of a fluid worldview * Experiencing life as verbs and not as nouns * "Spending time" * Future of the Passamaquoddy language * How Arthur integrates Passamaquoddy into his lifestyle * Exploring languages indigenous to your area * Indigenous language reveals water as medicine

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