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Originally published at Ecohustler. The adventure began as our long, narrow river-boat pushed out into the great expanse of the Nanay river—a vast headwater of the Amazon. The fog of days of travel cleared as we began to appreciate where we were: an entry to the heart of the mighty Amazon jungle in Iquitos, Peru. […]
Alleviating the world’s environmental and social problems isn’t as difficult or complex as it sounds. It’s as simple as initiating a single action. You just have to know where to start. I took that initial step by attending the most recent Permaculture Design Course (PDC) hosted by VerdEnergia, a reforestation project and farm located in the mountainous jungles […]
It was a tight knit group that sat in the Seven Springs shala one Appalachian spring afternoon, nestled among the sheltering cedars, sweet gums and pines. Our eyes were closed, imagining how we would move forward into our future selves. As I asked questions about how this future life would feel, I looked around and […]
“The revolution of the Consciousness is…taking place Now, in the present moment. There are no strategies, no great leaders in this revolution, only heroes who understand the evolutionary progress of the Consciousness and are open to allow the processes to take place in themselves.” — Frank M. Wanderer, The Revolution of Consciousness: De-Conditioning the Programmed […]
It is four o’clock in the morning at Wayra Wasi, and the rich blackness of night still envelops the rainforest. Insects and frogs screech loudly, and birds call through the predawn air. Sleeping on the wooden floor under a roof of leaves, I am awakened by the sound of a cow’s horn and the steady […]
Since late 2015, I’ve spent about a third of my time traveling the world solo. It began with walking the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage through Spain, and led to a couple extended travel tours through Central America. Throughout, NuMundo has provided a compass for this Central American journey, helping me find earth-based communities, permaculture centers, […]
Step into the Journey Portal. Take a seat on the woven straw mat. Smell the palo santo burning, and smile to the person next to you. Pick up a flower from the altar, and notice its fragrance. Look up at the posters hanging on the information board: surfing, farming, meditation. Did you ever imagine doing […]