Seeing more wildlife is a matter of understanding the negative spaces between objects on the landscape that would normally draw our attention. and examining those dead spaces between the focal points more carefully.
Our subconscious often guides us in ways we do not realize. Focal Points are aspects of our world that we are drawn to quicker than thought. The drop of a coin is often more noticeable than a bird song at the same decibel level, as an example.
Dead Spaces are the infinite unnoticed opportunities and choices located between the Focal Points. Develop your awareness of these elements in nature to increase your daily opportunities by noticing the areas between your focal points. This will also enable you to reassign your focal points for increased efficiency and more effective outcomes.
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Minimum Age: 16 years
Maine Primitive Skills School, 716 Church Hill Road, Augusta, ME 04330
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