Individualist rewilding is a myth, an illusion of the ego. One cannot rewild oneself. The most one could hope for is a feral self-sufficient existence away from the rest of humanity. But without community? That is inhuman -- it is in our nature as humans to live and work within community or tribe. Rewilding can only take place on the family and community level. Just like if only one lone wolf had been released into Yellowstone. Rewilding? Ha! Only a population of wolves living on the land can fulfill that vital ecosystem role and function.
But we're in a tricky place, because if we stay around where the people are and remain a member of society, in our cities and towns, we're subject to the forces of human co-domestication and an unconscionable lifeway that reaps destruction and death wherever it goes. External reality becomes internal reality, and vice versa. Our spirit is a mirror to the world. We need to decide to rewild together as a community. Find the people who are serious, and go live together in a wild place somewhere.
Start by planting back wild, perennial foods for human habitat. That's something even a lone wolf can do. I've ceased to refer to rewilding in the context of myself anymore. I only talk about rewilding in the context of the plants I'm stewarding and creating new populations of. I like the conservation use of the word rewilding better than the human sense, because I've simply never actually seen real human communities rewilding. Or at least, not sticking together and staying out there, anyhow. But with plants, we can accomplish this. When new, self-replicating populations of wild beings have been (re)introduced to the world, that's real rewilding. When we've rewilded our landscape to make room for an abundance of human habitat, my hope is that the leap into genuine human rewilding will be more ergonomic and practical. Living within a seven generations mindset -- maybe we aren't ready to rewild yet, but if we do the groundwork now, maybe future generations might have something left of the earth to inherit.