Special ways of life:

  • Most Original Rural Life in Tibet: I Ask Myself If I Could Live this Life or Not? (full documentary)
    Tashi Delek, Today, I will take you to experience the daily routine village life in Tibet and I always ask myself if I could live this kind of life or not? M...
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    Most Original Rural Life in Tibet: I Ask Myself If I Could Live this Life or Not? (full documentary)


    Tashi Delek,
    Today, I will take you to experience the daily routine village life in Tibet and I always ask myself if I could live this kind of life or not? My deep inside is desiring this kind of rural lifestyle, but I could not give up the things that the big city brings to me.
    How about you? I’m looking forward to your answers.
    Hope you could enjoy the video as usual.
    Thank you very much and all my best wishes to you.


    <3

  • Daily Life of Tibetan Nomad in Changthang, 4,960m


    Tashi Delek,
    In this video, I’m in the permafrost Changthang, a part of the high altitude Tibetan Plateau in the western and northern part of Tibet, 4960meters, with vast highlands and giant lakes in this area.
    The weather in winter here is very cold and Arctic-like, despite the latitude, due to the high elevation. The people of the Changtang are nomadic pastoralists.
    This video is about the life of the local nomadic people in the winter: what they wear for the cold weather, what they eat and how they live in this land.





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  • Jonna Jinton

    Jonna Jinton
    My name is Jonna Jinton, I'm a Swedish artist, musician and filmmaker and I live in the beautiful woods in the North of Sweden. Here on my YouTube channel I…
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    This is Johanna, she lives in northern Sweden

    She has an interesting and beautiful way of life

    She tells how she lives and what she does in life

    A fascinating and charming woman with an amazing voice

    Enjoy <3



    The Spirit Song - A Nordic Lullaby
    If the spirit of the mist could sing us a lullaby, how would it sound like?I created this song with an intention to give you a little glimpse into that mysti...
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    If the spirit of the mist could sing us a lullaby, how would it sound like?

    I created this song with an intention to give you a little glimpse into that mystical realm of the mist, which I feel is like a bridge between our world and other dimensions. The mist has always been an inspiration in my work and art. It's just something there that excites me so deeply.

    When the mist is dancing over the forest lakes in the bright nights, I feel like I get to see and experience something that is almost not real in our physical world. It's almost pulling me into something else. Like it's calling on us, to be still and listen, and to connect to something deeper within us.

    All the mist that you see in this video, is 100% real and filmed in the beautiful nature where I live.


    I also wanted to give this song a touch of the ancient nordic folktunes, which has this incredible way of sounding sad and hopeful at the same time. In Swedish you call it "vemod". The closest I can describe it is as a melancholy feeling. And I have always felt very drawned to that. I like when the line between feelings is erased, so that you can feel it all at the same time. The sorrow, the joy, the light and the dark, the heaviness of being a human, the beauty of being alive. The physical world and the spirit world.


    I feel like I could go on forever and talk about this. But enough talking for now! :)

    I really hope you will enjoy the song and the music video.

    It's in Swedish, but I will write the lyrics to it down below.


    LOTS of love to you all! ♥


    ► Lyrics in Swedish + English translation (Text and music: Jonna Jinton)


    Så lilla vän

    (Sweet friend)

    Dimman för dig hem igen

    (The mist will carry you home again)

    Om du går vilse

    (If you get lost)


    Natten är lång

    (The night is long)

    Tusen stjärnors urtidssång

    (The ancient song of a thousand stars)

    Dimmorna dansar

    (The mist is dancing)


    Sov lilla vän

    (Sleep little friend)

    Skogen vaktar, värmer dig

    (The forest guards you, and keep you warm)

    Om du är frusen

    (If you are cold)


    Norrskensljus

    (Northern lights)

    Dansar över skog och fjäll

    (Dancing over the forest and mountains)

    Brinner i natten

    (Burning in the night)


    Så lilla vän

    (Sweet friend)

    Dimman för dig hem igen

    (The mist will carry you home again)

    Om du går vilse

    (If you get lost)

  • The new/old thing I was interested in again


    I want to expose you to things that can help us in the future

    Special lifestyles: that may be re-created in the future


    The Village of Living Water - Harie

    An amazing village in Japan, living a full, happy, and peaceful life.

    The way of life in the village is especially enchanting to me

    The rippling of the water, the cleanliness of the water and the environment, the graceful and peaceful quiet of the people who live in it

    A dream that there is still such a magical place in the world <3


    We can learn from this village how to handle drinking water


    The Village of Living Water - Harie

    Many buildings in this Harie district have a kabata, which residents use to draw water for everyday tasks.

    We went to see for ourselves the unique, intimate relationship between the lives of the area’s residents and their water.


    For over 300 years, the village of Harie (針江) in Japan has thrived on its interconnected system of mountains, canals, streams, rice fields, spring water, and kabata, small separate rooms that are used as a kitchen spaces for each household.

    There, residents wash their dishes in pools of crystal-clear spring water.

    As the foods wash off the plates, large koi and other fish eat the scraps, keeping the cold flowing water clean.

    there are multiple pools in the kabata including a motoike for drinking and cooking, a tsuboike for washing and cooling tofu and vegetables, and a koi-filled hataike for washing dishes and pots.

    Everyone in the community is mindful of how they use the water so that the ancient, balanced system isn’t polluted, including using eco-friendly soaps and cleansers. And even in Japan, the ‘village of living water’ is unique


    Koi are unusual kitchen helpers in the kabata of Harie


     https://www.youtube.com/watch?…UbB8Ok8&feature=emb_title

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?…JpXwqVM&feature=emb_title



    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-4K0q4k396Q

    Not too far from the beautiful torii of Shirahige Shrine, you will find the small village of Harie and its unique feature: free water! Thanks to its several rather easily accessible water springs Harie, also know in Japanese as “Shozu-No-Sato” or The Village of Pure Water” offers access to free and delicious water directly from the homes on pretty much every street of Harie.

    People living in Harie are very proud of their spring water. They use it daily to not only drink but also wash their vegetables and even keep Koi Carp as personal pets. Limiting Harie to its gorgeous spring water will not be fair, as Harie is a magnificent little village frozen in time ideal to do away with your stress and worries.

    https://en.biwako-visitors.jp/

    https://www.researchgate.net/p…r_utility_spaces_in_japan



    http://en.biwako-visitors.jp/gobiwako/reports/harie/

    There is a wealth of information here

    Each image has more information

    To log in and read

    There is information worth gold


    Could be in the future

    The settlements that will live near a water source

    It will be relevant to them




    I just want to move in there, really, :love:

    But I live in Israel now, the universe needs me here <3