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Our connections to ourselves, to each other, and especially to nature, have been severed and suppressed by modern life. We’re isolated from each other and from Nature, and as a result, our mental health suffers, our physical health declines, and we leave a wake of destruction in our path as we lumber through life.
Now, Jon Young presents a solution—a way to restore the connections that are so vital to your own health as well as to the future health of the planet where we live.
This solution is built on your personal connection to nature. It starts with a simple reboot of your personal operating system. It starts with “seeing through native eyes.”
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"Learn how bird language can awaken your deepest potentials for connection."
Recorded in the field in Botswana in March 2013, as part of the Origins Project. Bird language expert Jon Young, author of What the Robin Knows: How Birds Reveal the Secrets of the Natural World, shares insights learned in the field during this year's expedition.
In this audio program, Jon looks into our greater human potential for deep connection while observing bird language in action with a community of Naro Bushmen. This community maintains a deep and ancient knowledge of place while making efforts to continue their traditional cultural teachings in the midst of an era of rapid change.
Bird language is a doorway to a deeper awareness; the language of nature brings us into a larger conversation with the landscape.
Recorded live in Botswana in March 2013, Jon Young, author of What the Robin Knows:
How Birds Reveal the Secrets of the Natural World, interviews expert African Safari
Guides Brian Gibson and Alwyn Myburgh, along with award-
The interviews include stories from the recent 2013 Origins Project expedition, and demonstrates how bird language can open our lives to more connection and adventure. Brian and Alwyn share how bird language and tracking skills can be applied in the field to locate wildlife, and their stories point towards how we can all develop a deeper knowledge of place and connection with the natural world.
How is it that the cougar, bear, and the coyote can live so close to us, yet never be seen?
Similarly, how is it that the native scout can move silently through the forest without being detected?
It is no coincidence that they all have one thing in common: they understand the language of the forest.
Explore the skills and techniques of the tracker with master tracker Jon Young
Tracking is truly a way of thinking and a powerful tool for observation. It makes one a master of the art of questioning.
There are many hair-
Learn how to increase your own “spirit tracking” and instinctive abilities through stories of cultures and situations that produce the world’s finest trackers.
Hear ancient tales of the Akamba as recalled and written by Ingwe, told by Victor Wooten, with music by Kai Eckhardt.
On this wonderful audio compilation, Victor Wooten lends his heart and his voice to the words of Ingwe’s tribal family from Kenya East Africa.
For hundreds of thousands of years there have been people living on the Earth, sharing their lives with the myriad intermingled life forms supporting them. The human body has many “tracks and signs” of this ancient legacy of nature connection.
Until just the last few decades and generations, the human family mostly maintained a critical mass of these connections intact.
Now, we are all realizing, for our well-
Join master storyteller and lifetime advocate of nature connection mentoring, Jon Young, for more than seven hours of reflections and stories on regaining the quality of connection with nature that our ancestors enjoyed.
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How have natives taught their children the complex arts of living off the land? How did they awaken instinct and spirit and a burning desire to know? How did they get children to learn for themselves? Can these educational methods help us to teach our children today?
Building a bridge between traditional & modern education. . .
For parents, outdoor educators, homeschoolers, classroom teachers, youth leaders,
community teachers, and anyone seeking ways to teach nature literacy and guide children
to be eager and inquisitive life-
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