#23 I’m a wild woman living in the wilderness – Miriam Lancewood

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The term wild woman has become a bit of a fad in the feminine spiritual uprising.

But today I’m speaking with a true wild woman.

Miriam Lancewood and her husband Peter, lived for seven years in the New Zealand wilderness.

Miriam learnt how to shoot a bow and arrow, hunt and kill wild animals to eat, gather edible foods from the forest and navigate the wilderness without getting lost.

She says she wanted an adventure, to live an extraordinary life – and learn skills that would serve her in the event of a world collapse.

Living in this way has heightened her senses, attuned her to the cycles, vitality and brutality of nature and gifted her a deeper, more natural state of confidence.

Most of all, Miriam feels ‘ready’. Ready for anything.  And it’s this feeling, she says, that anchors her into the here and now.

I dare you not to be captivated by Miriam’s animated storytelling and her passion for adventure.

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