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by Craig Stehr
Saturday, Dec. 02, 2000 at 8:10 AM
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Operating outside of the adversary's mental boundaries.
I just spent four days on land near N. San Juan, CA, meditating, doing yoga, birdwatching, and meeting with Yuba Nation Earth First!ers. I shared my perspective that we are often too narrow in our ecodefense approach. I am concerned that we are NOT utilizing our individual and group spiritual talents. It concerns me that we woodenly participate in radical environmental campaigns, playing essentially their game, and frequently either forstalling the inevitable ecotage or just getting swept out of the way early on. It is my suggestion that we operate outside of the adversary's mental boundaries. I've been doing sanskrit chanting at clearcuts, demos, the headwaters basecamp, all over the country, in India in 1994, in addition to consistent frontline participation. I realize that this is not for everyone. But everybody has something, in terms of spiritual activism, which they may contribute. Making practical use of that which is accessible on the spiritual platform is critical. Peaceout.
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