How is Modern Civilisation Affecting our Evolution - Paul Kirtley - AP147

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Modern Civilisation affecting our evolution, is massive topic. One that probably could have its own podcast channel devoted to it, and there would still be stuff missed out, but never the less this is an episode that is surely to blow you socks off.

We often get mesmerized by the educational system that the past is not as important as the present and that the present is just a collection of waiting to find out whats around the corner, ever since man has had the ability to think he has being able to ponder his effect on civilisation. Mankind is full of people who live in a state full of bliss and ignorance, lost in a utopia based around themselves and their own sense of being.

This is why the next guest Paul Kirtley is so needed for today’s society. His understanding of life outside of the 4 walls of security, is pivotal in this day and age. We need to understand the value of ourselves and we can only truly know that by exploring the outside world.

Paul Kirtley will today with us show us what it truly means to be an explorer of landscape, being a survivalist and understanding you as an individual. It truly comes a time of the ages when man is needed to be reminded of how to live with Nature. Its mere a case of reminding ones self about the true essence that it is to be a human being.


EPISODE BREAKDOWN

  • The Origins Of Paul Kirtley

  • The Study Of Bush Craft

  • The Deeping Connection with The Natural World

  • How Nature develops you as a person

  • How Outdoor activities develop the mind.

  • How Evolution works with you and the environement

  • The Past and The Balance They Lived

  • Understanding The Life You Have

  • Psychological and Physical Make Up Of Our Brain In Natures Environment

  • How To Use The Environment


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Meet Paul

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Outdoor life is no longer a hobby or a pastime for me. It’s a passion I turned into a full-time occupation. I’ve been a full-time professional outdoor skills instructor since 2005. I’m fully invested in a life of developing practical outdoor skills and the knowledge to support this – both developing my own abilities and helping others develop theirs.

My primary focus is bushcraft and I’ve been involved in teaching bushcraft since 2003. I started with a part time job with Ray Mears, assisting him and Juha Rankinen on bushcraft courses at Woodlore. This role turned into a full-time job offer and I worked as Course Director of Woodlore for five years.


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