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Genuine Connection in My Relationships: A Personal Experience with Natural Lifemanship

personal experience with natural lifemanship

As I entered the 2017 Natural Lifemanship Conference I felt very small, and insignificant compared to others there. I felt the need to make myself humble, kind and help out to be seen by others. This was the agenda of my 4yo little girl self that insisted that she must sacrifice her own needs, thoughts…

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Can Animals Consent?

This interesting question, which came out of a post I shared on Facebook (here and here) about a yoga on horseback video that went viral recently, elicits differing opinions. Some claim that consent is a human construct linked to morality, and therefore cannot apply to animals philosophically or legally (calling it anthropomorphism). Others claim that…

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Reflections on NL Fundamentals by J. Alex Hamilton

Buzz words, jargon, flavor of the day – they are all ways that we describe a common phenomenon in our society, image over substance.  Why do we use them?  Usually these terms begin as an attempt to create a common vocabulary, but as the concepts catch on we often short cut the hard work of…

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