The Primal Connection: Follow Your Genetic Blueprint to Health and Happiness Characters

Mark Sisson
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The only person mentioned in The Primal Connection is "Grok," an idealized character meant to represent paleolithic man. He is the Ideal Man, having full connection with all aspects of his world and himself. He is fully self-actualized because he stays in the present, maintains good relationships with his tribal members, and develops skills necessary to his survival. He maintains an appropriate connection to the natural world, and is fully cognizant of his surroundings. He is meant to exist purely in the imagination of the reader, as an aspirational figure, one modern people should make an effort to be more like. He eats good natural food, exercises his body, and knows how to survive. He lives a life of short bursts of physical effort with a whole lot of leisure time, in which he partakes in cultural crafts. He doesn't wear shoes, and he listens to the natural...

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