Someone just recently told me that they felt that way with me. Like they recognized something about me they couldn't put a finger on, but it felt familiar, good, but very nastalgic in a way they couldn't describe. Weird huh. Sometimes I feel like I should have been born in a different era because of the music I listen to and how I dress sometimes. I just think I was born in the wrong place at the wrong time. I'm modern as I can be but in my heart I'm an old fashioned southern belle who longs for the way things at least appeared way back when...

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in my youth, dancing half naked, to drums and improvised songlines, around a bonfire after the evening meal. The first time felt so natural, so familiar.<br />
At "The Grove" for around 10 years, a circle of around 500 people converged on week-ends and holidays to camp hippy style; all ages, optional nudity, sweat lodges. mud baths, skinny dipping in the creek, communal meals cooked on a central fire with everyone chipping in, making our own music and dancing, sharing circles, bush walks, visiting one another's tents for tete a tetes. reading in hammocks in the shade...it felt wonderfully tribal. I often felt it fulllfilled an intrinsic social need from primordial times, since I've never before or since encountered anything quite like it.

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Yeah, sometimes. It's so weird but I enjoyed those feelings. :)

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same here but i leave me with many questions to be answered

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It's like de ja vu? Yeah, sometimes....^_^

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exactly but sometimes leaves one wondering if one had a past life

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Yes, I've often experienced nostalgia for communal living like the ancient Vikings and some Native American tribes practiced. A whole family group sleeping around a fire in a large single room, that sort of thing.

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