Fighting “crime” by helping people realize the claims they’re making, leading to controversies, so they might reconsider. Helping people stop fighting “the man” and volunteering for “jail”, by helping look in the mirror instead, so they might help heal minds, bodies and earth.
Mind is influenced by:
Nutrition, incoming information (entertainment and “non-fiction”), community (friends & family), how and what you view as tools for progress and obstacles (rather than ignoring)…
Isolation or shame are deadly.
Find actives you enjoy doing with “others”?
Discuss shame with empathic friends?
Cooking, growing, foraging and/or preserving food
I like Weston A Price for nutrition (Fat Soluble Vitamins). There’s obviously many paths, imaging most beneficial ones include at least one of these:
- minimal processing
- (intermittent) fasting
- food sourced from a polyculture, rather than monoculture
- plants that derive nutrients from “compost”, rather than synthetic compounds
I love sprints and HIIT. Added muscle mass seems good, for men and women’s health, but why lift weights, unless there’s no soil needing worked?
Isolation: more unhealthy than smoking or drinking and every dietary trend, found anyway
Topsoil loss, desertification, loss of biodiversity, dying bees, deforestation, peak phosphorus, peak oil… how dependent large scale agriculture is on oil, especially chem ag…
“Though the problems of the world are increasingly complex, the solutions remain embarrassingly simple.” -Bill Mollison
permaculture inspired earthworks, wood/hay/leaves/organic matter, yeoman plow
multiple vertical layers of perennials, nitrogen fixers and nutrient accumulators, holistic grazing, silvopasture, yeoman plow
root cellar, propagation bed, chicken “tractor”, beehive, vermiculture, black soldier fly harvester, indoor mushroom grow…
Eco-friendly architecture, heating and cooling
Underground homes (Oehler)/wofati (Paul Wheaton), rocket mass heaters, straw-bale homes, yurts, “tiny homes”, tipi’s