I’ve always dreamed of living off the grid, but recently, several states have been attempting to take this dream away from all of our sustainable Humons currently doing so. This sounds like an encroachment on freedom to me.
"In a few years it will be a matter of common sense to a very many people that they are one with the universe. …It’ll be so simple. And then maybe if that happens, we shall be in a position to handle our technology with more sense. With love instead of hate, for our environment." -Alan Watts
To understand how we can regain awareness of our connectedness to the Field, we need to understand the laws of nature and how to get in contact with both our physical energy (our body) and the subtle energy field surrounding us (our aura).
If you’ve run out of drinking water during a lakeside camping trip, there’s a simple solution: Break off a branch from the nearest pine tree, peel away the bark, and slowly pour lake water through the stick. The improvised filter should trap any bacteria, producing fresh, uncontaminated water.
In fact, an MIT team has discovered that this low-tech filtration system can produce up to four liters of drinking water a day — enough to quench the thirst of a typical person.
In a paper published this week in the journal PLoS ONE, the researchers demonstrate that a small piece of sapwood can filter out more than 99 percent of the bacteria E. coli from water. They say the size of the pores in sapwood — which contains xylem tissue evolved to transport sap up the length of a tree — also allows water through while blocking most types of bacteria.