The Human Path
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In today’s podcast, I discuss the realities of actually testing your own primitive skills in a primitive wilderness environment. Thanks to television and the internet, there are a lot of misconceptions today about what it actually takes to survive in the woods. In our first-world environment in North America, we grow up now without any real connection to the amount of work it takes to survive, let alone any kind of connection to our natural environment itself.
After returning from the deep jungle in Nicaragua and observing the indigenous Indians of that region, I feel it is important to call attention to the concept of primitive living skills. While it is one thing to learn the skills, it is an entirely different concept to have to live off of them (especially alone) indefinitely in the wilderness.
From the perspective of an American suddenly caught without any type of equipment or gear and having to fend for him or herself, what can we learn to improve our own chance of survival in this situation?
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