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“I always encourage people to get out there, travel the world, see new things, experience new people, experience new food, experience new culture. What happens is that helps you to grow and be your best self.” Karamo Brown
For many of us our culture seems to be so limited, we reside in doing the simple things day in and day out, meeting people with the same skin co lour, who have the same ideology, mindset, jobs as us. They talk about the same thing that they watched last night and go about the day complaining and moaning about trivial stuff, unaware that their is a whole world of cultures out there. Deep remote tribes whose culture could open their eyes of any individual. We are completely lost in this western 9-5 lifestyle. Completely stuck in these fabricated routines, we don’t understand any true wisdom of any culture other than our own, even watching a documentary or a talk has limited appeal because your senses, emotions physical being is not interacting with that culture where such a way would create everlasting change.
This is why a podcast episode like this is so important, because we get to truly know what one mans out look on life is after so much inner and outer exploration of the mind, BRUCE PARRY has being out there in the struggles and daily cultures of these tribes, exploring not only their lifestyle and way of being, but battling within himself to find what it truly takes to be human.
Spending a day or two in the lives of these cultures will show you more about yourself than any self help book, audio book, podcast (except Ascend of course :p)can ever do. We wanted to make sure that wisdom was released so we studied, analysed the questions that would explore the soul of this great man. And we come up with a hell of a podcast. So this podcast episode other than being out there with the tribes is the best for expanding your knowledge of other tribes and how they can completely radically change your life.
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Bruce Parry (born 17 March 1969) is an English documentarian, indigenous rights advocate, author, explorer, trek leader and former Royal Marines commando officer. He employs an ethnographic style and a form of participant observation for his documentaries.
His documentary series for the BBC entitled Tribe, Amazon, and Arctic have shown Bruce exploring extreme environments, living with remote indigenous peoples and highlighting many of the important issues being faced on the environmental front line.
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