I want to add: What I'm trying to prevent is bullying and I think that requires a group of people to prevent. Even in rewilding and permaculture I've experienced systemic bullying (i.e. ruling), and I'm personally not willing to put up with it anymore. I want to attempt to get it out of Rewilding, if possible. David Graeber wrote an essay for the Baffler that addresses what I am trying to say.
"But if we are ever going to move toward a genuinely
free society, then we’re going to have to recognize how the triangular
and mutually constitutive relationship of bully, victim, and audience
really works, and then develop ways to combat it. Remember, the
situation isn’t hopeless. If it were not possible to create
structures—habits, sensibilities, forms of common wisdom—that do
sometimes prevent the dynamic from clicking in, then egalitarian
societies of any sort would never have been possible. Remember, too, how
little courage is usually required to thwart bullies who are not backed
up by any sort of institutional power. Most of all, remember that when
the bullies really are backed up by such power, the heroes may be those
who simply run away."
--David Graeber "The Bully's Pulpit"