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Post by Sonshine on Fri Jan 27, 2012 10:38 pm

I signed up for a free course called 40 days and 40 nights. It's written by a man who works for FEMA and realized how lacking our government services are in helping the masses in case of disasters. I'll be posting portions of the lessons each day, but encourage you to sign up for the entire course yourself.

Here's part of lesson one:

After I’d been serious about preparedness and self reliance for a year or two, I realized that my buying, training, and planning had been based on whatever was the most exciting or urgent to me at the time. I’d go through a gun phase, then a food phase, then a natural medicine phase, but I didn’t have anything to tie it all together.

I want to go over a few things that have acted as a compass for my personal preparedness planning. Yours should be unique to you, but feel free to use mine as a jumping off point to create your own. We’ll get into more nuts-and-bolts stuff tomorrow, but this is an important place to start so that you know that we’re on the same page. There’s a lot of nuts out there. I’m not one of them. I’ve got a wife, two YOUNG boys, and my planning is based on reality and proven, tested techniques–not fantasy.

Read the rest here: http://40daysofsurvival.com/members/mini-course/survmini1/

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Post by Sonshine on Mon Jan 30, 2012 1:36 am

How To Increase Your Awareness By Becoming The Hunter!

http://urbansurvivalplan.com/31/sipsample/

If they’d fight 100 times, the superior fighter would probably win 90 times or more, but the newbie still has a chance.

With violent encounters, there is no referee or rules and a lucky cut, stab, or shot can kill you, even if you eventually stop the threat.

Although it sounds overly simplistic, one of the best ways to survive a violent encounter is to avoid violent encounters all-together.

One of the best ways to avoid violent encounters is to train your mind to recognize criminals, and the quickest way to do this is to start thinking like one.

**I want to remind you that these are sample lessons. I think the info is good though and hope it will open up some dialogue here.***

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