THE LIVING LANDSCAPE PROJECT

  • The Living Landscape Project

    As a multidimensional approach to research and education focusing on traditional living in the modern world, The Living Landscape Project is the residential embodiment of our mission, values, and objectives at LiveLifeResources. It's where we offer...

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OUR VIOLENCE PREVENTION INITIATIVE

  • Violence Prevention

    Our Violence Prevention Initiative has been developed to address the growing need for resources dedicated to violence prevention and preparedness for individuals, families, and communities.

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WYYLDWOOD - CENTER FOR REGENERATIVE LIVING AND LEARNING

  • The Wyyldwood Project

    The Wyyldwood Project is an invitation. It is our invitation to you. An invitation to choose the "Road Less Traveled", to let your soul linger in the forest and fields and the liminal spaces that nourish our well-being. 

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RESEARCH

LEARNING

Month Flat Week Day

Mon. 19 Jul, 2021

Your Personal Myth: Rewriting Your Health

Mon. 19 Jul, 2021 12:00 pm

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In this course, you will explore some of the myths, the personal and transpersonal stories that shape who you are, and how you walk through the world. Contrary to popular belief, a myth is not a falsehood. A myth is a story that holds universal and/or collective truths. They are stories woven through time, tethering us to our known ancestors and beyond.

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  • The Virtues of Crying

    We all do it. Whether we want to believe it or not, crying is part of our human experience. We cry when we're happy. We cry when we're sad. We cry when we cut onions. Biologically, we are designed to emit tears. According to research crying can mitigate tension (Geststein, 2011), rebalance nervous system...

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VOLUNTEERS

Want to Make a Difference? 

We're looking for volunteers just like you.

Volunteers and participants are needed to help us answer important questions about things that impact health, vitality, and resilient living. Participating in research studies and taking our polls and surveys will help add to the much-needed resources on resilience and improve the health of individuals, families, and ultimately communities.

For more information how to participate or upcoming studies and projects, sign up for our mailing list.