Revealing the sixth
Though we navigate life through our phones, we humans are hard-wired to relate to nature - we’ve just forgotten how to do it. In his new book Wild Signs and Star Paths: The Keys to Our Lost Sixth Sense, ‘Natural Navigator’ Tristan Gooley reveals how everyone can tap back into this ability and enjoy the outdoors in an exciting way - one which is both new and ancient. In this extract from his book, he suggests how we can begin to tune back into our relationship with nature, starting today
Have you ever felt you were being watched and later found out that you were right, but were unable to work out how you knew?
Imagine you are sitting in a café with your back to the window. You get a strange sense that someone behind you is looking at you. You may be right. If a friend is trying to catch your attention from the window of their car as they drive slowly past,...
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