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Beyond Domestication: Empowering Your Physical, Mental, Emotional & Spiritual Well-Being Through Rewilding

Beyond Domestication: Empowering Your Physical, Mental, Emotional & Spiritual Well-Being Through Rewilding

Current price: $18.00
Publication Date: February 27th, 2024
Hatherleigh Press
Still North Books & Bar
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Discover the secrets of rewilding and  explore a transformative journey into the intertwined worlds of modern living and rewilding practices.

Rewilding is considered a holistic approach to living, as opposed to specific or separate skills, practices or knowledge. Author George Knight highlights the importance of rewilding for the future of well-being, humanity and the sustainability of the planet.

Beyond Domestication reveals the profound impact rewilding can have on our daily lives, demonstrating its remarkable ability to regenerate not only natural processes and wild spaces but also our personal lifestyles and overall health.

Learn to unearth the potential hidden within human nature and harness your innate talents to nurture personal well-being, elevate mindfulness, and foster improved health. By focusing on the Seven Practices – Mindfulness, Movement, Sunlight, Food, Water, Sleep, and Air – we achieve a healthier, more natural way of living.

Perfect for those looking to reconnect with nature, Beyond Domestication goes beyond the normal, average and everyday to rediscover the power that every human being has to enrich their life, bolster their self-care routine, and create a brighter, more fulfilling future.

About the Author

George Knight is the co-founder of Beyond Domestication, a UK-based company that specializes in nature retreats and rewilding walks. George has seen first-hand that it is possible to achieve incredible health benefits by building an awareness of the Seven Practices. Since reaching remission from Crohn's disease, he uses his lived experience to help individuals begin their rewilding journey. A few years ago, he was the Director of St. Mary's Secret Garden, a charity that supported disadvantaged and socially excluded adults to find community through gardening. When not in the woods, George is either delivering training or working with organizations and individuals to help them objectify the practice of well-being.