Permaculture Design -HHA

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  • Anne Valentine says:

    Looking forward to connecting with the land in this way. I do rituals on my land and often walk barefoot. Im sure my neighbors think Im on psychedelics haha but oh well. Don’t have time to pretend to be normal!


  • Sarah Newton says:

    I loved this lesson. Can’t wait to go out and do some fox walking tomorrow and hopefully have my ah-ha moment.

  • Evon Saavedra says:

    Yes! You nailed this one Bret. Soul to consciousness equates to observation through a wide world wonderful view! 🙂

  • Joshua Khari 'JK' Jackson says:

    This module is by far my favorite so far. I’m out in the park practicing now!!!! Also, foxwalking!! What a total gamechanger! And I meant to comment but your previous module about breathing and going within and connecting with your soul, subconscious, whatever words we choose to describe the indescribable, is just so amazing. And the way you talk about imagination and everything. Wow.. I totally understand why I was drawn to this course and permaculture as a lifestyle. So many of the online garden courses and what have you slipped by my radar and never really felt right, but this course screamed at me and i signed up asap. Thanks for all that you do and share!

  • Laurel Sundberg says:

    A great way to catch dragonflies, lol! 🙂

  • Diana Furlong says:

    How intriguing! I’ve never heard of this before. It obviously reminds me of native American indians tracking prey through the forest. Wonder what the dear gentle folk of London town will make of me proceeding across the Common with my fox walking and owl eyes!

  • Adreena Carr says:

    I’ve never heard of fox walking before. I wonder if it would translate the same on a hiking trail 🙂

  • Holly Orvis says:

    I feel like these are some Jason Bourne moves here! Reminds me of ballet, walking toe-to-heel to not make any sound. I love the purpose of freeing up your vision, I try to be barefoot as much as possible so this will help me to walk more confidently without keeping my eyes on the ground so much!

  • Lorraine Ciccarelli says:

    Living in a NY apartment, I tend to notice more how I walk as to not sound like I’m stomping all over the place to my downstairs neighbors and working in the industry I do, I have to be almost like a ninja when i move. I’ll be more mindful of how I’m stepping tho and excited to be in some nature where I can fully implement this.

  • Laci says:

    As I was watching this video I couldn’t help but think that most patents of a baby or small child probably instinctively do the fox walk when thieir cnild is napping lol. I haven’t been able to put this exercise into action outside yet, though i fully intend to, but i’ve found myself randomly fox walking through the house to see how quiet i can be. Old squeaky floors are not my friend lol but I’m defintiely more aware of how i’m walking around. If I can’t sneak away to do this exercise on my own then i’m gona convince my husband and my 4yo to do it with me.

  • Katie Kennington says:

    I think I was born a fox walker!! We joke about it but my husband and I are very quiet about everything…from walking to turning on lights. I love this lesson. So many people do barrel through life. Walking quietly is so awesome!!!!!!!!

  • Cat Train says:

    I’ll be honest, when I watched this video I didn’t understand why I would get an ahha moment. But I did! I had no idea how noisy a walker I was!! Even in my waterproofs on a Scottish forest floor covered in crispy leaves, walking like this, I was almost silent and I could hear the birds again. Quite a contrast when I started walking normally again!

  • Amanda Koza says:

    As I am still working on getting my normal walking back to normal I find attempting to walk this way extremely painful and hard to do. Thankfully tired it first in my home where I can grab onto something to help my balancing. just a few steps and I know it will be a problem for me to do in a natural area with nothing for support when my leg lets go,

  • Angela Martin says:

    This type of walking feels very odd. I did give it a try in my space and what I found is that it was difficult for me to do for very long. I have cracked all the small bones in the top of both of me feet and they started to become very tired (not so much sore) feeling. I also have hurt both knees and the rolling of the foot from out to in did start to bother them. I am a toe walker (Kind of like the old cartoons where Elmer Fudd sneaks) and will walk from toe to heel or not even fully reaching my heel. I also use Thai Chi walking (heel to toe, working on short almost 45 degree angled steps while keeping the body level). I did find that I became pretty confident in not needing to look down even in the short period of time I was able to do it while using my expanded sight “eyes”.


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