Into the Wild Festival news: "First he was never for a moment, in all 27 years, bored. He was never lone

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"First he was never for a moment, in all 27 years, bored. He was never lonely. He said that he felt almost the opposite of that. He said he felt utterly and intricately connected to everything else in the world. It was difficult for him to tell where his body ended, and the woods began. He said he felt this utter communion with nature and with the outside world."

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/stories-48968502



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1 day ago

Intothewild

Wow, this is great, first it looked like barbed wire, but its some great photography....xxx ...

Wow, this is great, first it looked like barbed wire, but its some great photography....xxx

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James Thurtle thought you'd like this, something a bit different.

That's the second best bird conga line I've seen

Cally Stephens xx

Roger Tritton 😱

Rosie Reed Gold, this made me think of you. Xx

Adam Russell look at this

Anna Hindocha I thought you'd appreciate this xx

Jay Farrar can you do something like this?

James Quayle

This is awesome, fancy photography like yours Heidi Westbrook 😍

Waveslider Photography

Scott Freeman

Top pic xx

Time laps possibly ?

Saadia Khan

Swifts πŸ‘

Phil Davison check this photo out

Dave

Oliver Twist Parker

David Dickson

It's clearly photoshoped, why do you lie? Wow!

MightySal Furness

Nik Guyatt. One for you.

I love this, I’ve seen another photographer that does this with lots of different birds, i cant remember how its done some kind of overlay of rapid shots i think πŸ€”

Adam Griffin

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2 days ago

Intothewild

No Himpsters! ...

No Himpsters!

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This is a very old joke...but a good one!

This made me think of your little piggies Laurel Grant- I know they’re bigger than hamsters 🐹 but still πŸ˜‚

Matt Langsford you're officially a hipster!

Omg Harriet Loxley i was like... vegan... tiny feet....Teddy??? Oh no, hamsters!! 🀣🀣🀣πŸ€ͺπŸ€ͺπŸ€ͺ

Amber Summer-Rayne not sure what’s worse πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

Justine, Katy, Jeanne πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

Charlotte Rose πŸ˜‚

Nicola Lane ur bar

Chris Davies πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

Jack Taylor

David Platt πŸ˜‚

Maria Catania πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

Casey McBride

Emily Byway

Fi Trench

Janey Mary Jean Hayes

Sophie Rebekah do you feel personally attacked? πŸ˜…

Conal Stubbs

Shared. 😊

Victoria S Toussi

Joseph Burgess lol

Jan Clark

That’s amazing πŸ˜‚

David πŸ˜‚

But hamsters aren't vegans πŸ€”πŸ€·πŸ»‍β™€οΈπŸ˜‚

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2 days ago

Intothewild

A wonderful map of Wales, showing all the rivers. It's more like a work of art --- and it explains where all that rain goes, and why Wales is so green..... ...

A wonderful map of Wales, showing all the rivers. Its more like a work of art --- and it explains where all that rain goes, and why Wales is so green.....

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Tracy Carr

Mandy thought you’d like this xxx

Looks like a lung.... Beautiful.

Jolene Babipur Barton thought you would like this too ❀️

Charlotte Pugh I thought this was so pretty, and thought you would maybe like it xx

Looks like someone wearing a backpack, pointing at the ground, whilst stood on a mound πŸ™Œ

Morgan Hoover I know you miss Wales so just come back

It looks like a dancing couple

Marion Elizabeth Jones Thought you and Dad would like this Xx

Should send to Dwr Cymru (Welsh Water)!!!

Angharad - poster i WD4!

Gotta Love Wales!!,πŸ’—πŸ΄σ §σ ’σ ·σ ¬σ ³σ Ώ

Luverly.

Tidy!!! Xx

I have this print x

I thought roots of a plant or fungi underground

Yes Inez you and Carmen should have been on your way here today what a shame. We do have beautiful beaches pity about the weather. Enjoy Monday with mum x

Hayley Thorpe an idea to nick for our brief

Ooh Kathryn Jones look how beautiful this is! xx

Samantha Morris looks like your print!

Niki M Clifford how lovely is this x

Nicole Gash Curtis Dixon why Wales is so beautiful

Johanna Carr. So much paddling potential! Xx

Richard Jones 😊 how nice is this!

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3 days ago

Intothewild

Heres a great Christmas present idea from one of the founders of Into the Wild;

Happy to announce the latest and final edition of Sufi is now out!

The new book β€œRaven” will be out very soon after some editing and curating.

Here's a tale about Sufi, shared from a year today ; 7 years ago I wrote a short parable and self published it as a book on Amazon and Kindle. It was originally called "Magi" then "Sufi". As is often the way, I published it without properly proof reading it, but apart from a few errors, (which I keep meaning to sort out, but you know how life pulls you along other chapters and pathways), it has received good reviews. It sells ok, slowly, slowly on Amazon.com, a couple a day, I have done almost no marketing for it.

I kind of almost forgot about it to be honest.

Anyway, I really enjoy well read out books on Audible, from time to time, and one of my favourite books audible books of all time is "Perfect Brilliant Stillness" by David Carse. What really makes it, is that it is read by the sublime Terence Stamp, a brilliant narrator and actor no less.

So I wrote to him about 3 years ago to see if he would be interested in reading it and maybe narrating it for Audible. Yet I heard nothing.

Today I was out cycling on the downs, on this beautiful winters day, enjoying the radiant clarity of light, when I received a text.

It was Terence Stamp's niece, explaining Terence doesn't do emails or mobile phones, but they had somehow found my letter and he would love to read it! Plus she found out I run 'Into the Wild' and she came along with her family and loved it, and maybe Terence may come, hopefully to give a talk about his amazing life. What a dude!

So who knows? Nothing may happen with it, yet something may happen...

Heres the link if you want a read, may all beings be happy!

Link here for Newest version on both kindle and paperback version.

www.amazon.co.uk/Sufi-Enlightening-Tale-Deja-Hu/dp/1790813727/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=Sufi+Deja+hu&qi...

Here’s some reviews;

β€˜This book was purchased a long time ago, but I finally got around to finishing it today. What a wonderful story of love, passion, spirit, and inner peace I never give books five stars, but the tears streaming down my face after reading this brilliant work have made me reward its writer with this review. Read this book to open your mind, heart, and listen to the longing of your soul. Peace love and hope to you the writer of this, and to you the reader.’

T Cooper

β€˜It's so easy these days to sit and say "Yes it was a fantastic read", but honestly, front to back I loved this read. Insightful, beautifully written, incredibly eloquent and a thorough bargain also. I really do recommend this anyone who fancies a little slant on life. Enjoy my friends. what a,beautiful story , would be a great lesson for children and teenagers on spiritual awakening , we could all learn something from this book’

carol sherlock

As the title promises, Sufi whirls us through bustling market places, ancient customs and forgotten secrets. A significant piece of writing, with beautifully woven segments, each paragraph a delicate gem moving ever forwards towards its goal. Mystical tales and divine poetry thread together to form a guidebook for the new spiritual era. A great read. I couldn't put it down. Would definitely recommend giving if a go especially if you are in to non duality.

Joanna O

Enthralling and leaves you wanting to know more. But what more than look in the least expected of places: within. Brilliant book touches the soul. Loved it and highly recommend to read. Brings to light the true meaning of life.

Danny

This is a most excellent book. It is easy to read and very real. It is very inspirational, spiritual and down to earth. Anyone of any faith can take away some lessons about improving their spiritual state and getting closer to the almighty. I would highly recommend this to anyone who needs a spiritual lift.

Nighet
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Heres a great Christmas present idea from one of the founders of Into the Wild;

Happy to announce the latest and final edition of Sufi is now out!

The new book β€œRaven” will be out very soon after some editing and curating.

Heres a tale about Sufi, shared from a year today ; 7 years ago I wrote a short parable and self published it as a book on Amazon and Kindle. It was originally called Magi then Sufi. As is often the way, I published it without properly proof reading it, but apart from a few errors, (which I keep meaning to sort out, but you know how life pulls you along other chapters and pathways), it has received good reviews. It sells ok, slowly, slowly on Amazon.com, a couple a day, I have done almost no marketing for it. 

I kind of almost forgot about it to be honest. 

Anyway, I really enjoy well read out books on Audible, from time to time, and one of my favourite books audible books of all time is Perfect Brilliant Stillness by David Carse. What really makes it, is that it is read by the sublime Terence Stamp, a brilliant narrator and actor no less.

So I wrote to him about 3 years ago to see if he would be interested in reading it and maybe narrating it for Audible. Yet I heard nothing.

 Today I was out cycling on the downs, on this beautiful winters day, enjoying the radiant clarity of light, when I received a text. 

It was Terence Stamps niece, explaining Terence doesnt do emails or mobile phones, but they had somehow found my letter and he would love to read it! Plus she found out I run Into the Wild and she came along with her family and loved it, and maybe Terence may come, hopefully to give a talk about his amazing life. What a dude!

So who knows? Nothing may happen with it, yet something may happen...

Heres the link if you want a read, may all beings be happy!

Link here for Newest version on both kindle and paperback version.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Sufi-Enlightening-Tale-Deja-Hu/dp/1790813727/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=Sufi+Deja+hu&qid=1575446937&sr=8-1

Here’s some reviews;

β€˜This book was purchased a long time ago, but I finally got around to finishing it today. What a wonderful story of love, passion, spirit, and inner peace I never give books five stars, but the tears streaming down my face after reading this brilliant work have made me reward its writer with this review. Read this book to open your mind, heart, and listen to the longing of your soul. Peace love and hope to you the writer of this, and to you the reader.’

T Cooper 

β€˜Its so easy these days to sit and say Yes it was a fantastic read, but honestly, front to back I loved this read. Insightful, beautifully written, incredibly eloquent and a thorough bargain also. I really do recommend this anyone who fancies a little slant on life. Enjoy my friends. what a,beautiful story , would be a great lesson for children and teenagers on spiritual awakening , we could all learn something from this book’

carol sherlock

As the title promises, Sufi whirls us through bustling market places, ancient customs and forgotten secrets. A significant piece of writing, with beautifully woven segments, each paragraph a delicate gem moving ever forwards towards its goal. Mystical tales and divine poetry thread together to form a guidebook for the new spiritual era. A great read. I couldnt put it down. Would definitely recommend giving if a go especially if you are in to non duality.

Joanna O 

Enthralling and leaves you wanting to know more. But what more than look in the least expected of places: within. Brilliant book touches the soul. Loved it and highly recommend to read. Brings to light the true meaning of life.

Danny 

This is a most excellent book. It is easy to read and very real. It is very inspirational, spiritual and down to earth. Anyone of any faith can take away some lessons about improving their spiritual state and getting closer to the almighty. I would highly recommend this to anyone who needs a spiritual lift.

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How is it possible that it’s £6.99 through the link and £9.99 through the amazon search?

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