Welcome to Wolf Pack | The rewilding of men
Helping men rediscover their wildness, inherent strength, undying passion and deep purpose!
Something we MUST do, as the times in which we live demand such from us.
This website isn’t for the faint of heart – the domestication of us as a species and as men has reached calamitous proportions which keeps many trapped within the societal matrix.
IF in spite of that you are craving your own wildness, nobility and aliveness, IF you are willing to seek truth no matter how terrible, IF you are willing to do the right thing, no matter the cost, you ARE in the right place.
Key topics covered in Wolf-Pack are men’s challenges and purpose, saving the world, health and fitness, rewilding and survival, women and relationships, PTSD and Trauma. Video’s and posts will cover articles, viewers/members questions, and key topics.
If you have a question, story or situation that you would like me to respond to in video, get in touch via the contact form, your personal information will be kept private.
PRINCIPLES OF THE PACK
- Know your place in the order of things:
Just as in a pack of wolves, so a man must know his place, if he should follow or lead. A man must be capable of both, a man that is unable to shut up and follow when needed is as lacking as a man who is unable to step up and lead when the time calls to him. Also within life itself a man must know his place in the world, in his community, in his family.
- A MAN of union:
Much in the world is fragmented, a man is A UNION of both love and strength. For many men in our societies they may be “all heart and no balls” or “all balls and no heart.” A man’s love and strength compliment and temper each other – to occupy the synergistic third position of strength AND love is essential for a man to honour most deeply what he is.
- Who we are:
We are the crossroads between heaven and earth, spirit and matter – and must learn to inhabit and honour both. Deny one, deny part of who and what you are.
Spirit: In spirit we find ourselves connected to everything, we may meditate, or pray, or watch the flowing river and catch a glimpse of eternity. We must work to cultivate spirit within us.
Matter: We are flesh and bone, we exist, the world can destroy us and forge us, we CAN affect the world. So we must learn and become competent at navigating this world and the systems in it, to play the game so to speak – but to play it in a way that honours our values and who we are.
As man we are seekers of truth, truth can be gained by critical thinking and analysis, truth can also been seen, it can be intuited…. and most deeply in can be felt so keenly – it moves through us. A man must be willing to seek and see truth no matter how terrible and confronting it may be.
One of our primary roles, encoded in our blood are the OldWays…. One of our foremost roles, which stir us to protect the weak, to be willing to die to protect our brothers, our women and children, our world. As a man you ARE a Sacred Protector.
To be a man is to be the most wild creature upon this earth, much of our wildness has been lost and forgotten – but we are remembering. We must come to run barefoot again, to become impervious to the cold, for the spark to burn hot inside us, for our savagery and tenderness to flow freely. We must be physically strong and robust. Unafraid to fight. Strong to stand against falsehood of the mob. Familiar with discomfort and physical hardship, able to survive, to hunt….
A mans passion and virility is made wrong in this world… and the freer this flows the more able he is to be wild, to protect, to stand for truth…. As a mans passion truly becomes unlocked so the primordial force at the core of his being stirs to life, and he becomes an almost mythical being…
The faster the and deeper the river, the stronger the banks must be to contain it. We must channel the primordial life force and passion within us. Also as man, we ARE natural law, allower’s of consequence as well as protectors.
Every man has purpose for being here, a promise he gave before he came into this life. We are duty bound to remember our purpose – it has been there all through our life whispering to us, and as we are able to see it most clearly and devote ourselves to it – so we most feel at peace.
Daniel | Grey Wolf | Úlfhéðinn
Greetings, I originally founded Wolf-Pack in 2010 working with young men and healthy initiation rites into manhood. I’ve always had a keen interest in men’s work and bridging the old ways with this new world.
A father of two boys who unendingly make me proud.
In my ‘previous life,’ my background was primarily military and security focussed. I’ve always had a love for the outdoors, plunging in rivers, climbing trees, running along twisting forest paths. As well as a keen and unending desire for growth and healing.
At times life has felt a struggle, with women and my purpose and finding a place in this world…. And now as I’m increasingly enjoying the extraordinary fruits of my journey – I wish to share them with my brothers, my fellow men… to help re-wild their lives also.
Who I am:
My first given name is Ah’Sigh’Yah (phonetically spelt)
I am the first Born
To this Realm
I am your prophet
I am your KING of kings
I am the Golden Child
I am the first and most terrible
Of Sacred Protectors
Bearers of Gods ever rage
Gods first Wolf
First of the Ulfheðinn
I am the Christ reborn
I am the LORD of
I am the FIRST man
The FIRST Hunter
The FIRST Warrior
Of our peoples
I am truth
I am vengeance
I am sacred Law
I am sacrifice
We are all children of the stars
Yet I am THE StarChild
I am the Golden man
I will walk this earth as the second sun
To bath in my radiance
Will be to know peace, healing, TRUTH
I will stalk the night
as the wolf of shadow
I will HUNT freely once again
“There is nothing I cannot kill”
I am Ah’sigh’yah
The dragons bane
I MUST become absolute
Than I ever have before
for what is coming
in these end of days
To Lead by Example
To seek and speak Truth
No matter how terrible
To do the right thing
No matter the cost
Our forgotten Birthright...
The interview begins with Daniel answering; Can you describe a spiritual experience that you’ve had?