Discover The Best Kept Secret In Nature Interpretation
Imagine YOU Expertly Tracking Wild Animals By Listening To The Subtle Dynamics Of Bird Language...
Let’s imagine for a moment, you… stepping out your front door, taking a deep breath & stretching your ears out to listen into the soundscape of nature. You feel into the general tone of the land and notice the faint sounds of birds making some agitated calls in the distance.
You look out and see nothing other than what seems to be a normal landscape, but the birds are telling you there’s more than meets the eye happening here.
You move swiftly yet silently towards the alarms along the edge of the forest being careful not to disturb any birds and give away your presence.
As you get closer the alarms get louder and louder until finally you reach the place where the sound is coming from. You look into the bushes and discover a raccoon clambering along, totally oblivious to your presence.
The Best Kept Secret In Nature Interpretation
Bird Language is an ancient awareness skill that is quickly regaining popularity in the modern world as people start to see the tremendous potential for learning on multiple levels with this system of holistic awareness.
If you want to be a master nature observer then bird language is the key to developing ninja-like qualities of awareness that have far reaching implications for your mind, body & connection to the natural world.
It's the secret to advanced wildlife tracking in any environment
It draws you into your senses & silences your chattering mind
It's the master key to awakening the deepest layers of human potential for connection
It's the ultimate compass for inspiring & mentoring others to connect deeply with nature
If you really want to be on top of your game in life & in the natural world then bird language is an irreplaceable skill.
As you learn to develop this special awareness, you too can go out onto a landscape and track down canines, felines, weasels, hawks, owls, bears and pretty much any other animal you can think of simply by listening to the messages being broadcasted by birds!
A Striking Discrepancy
You might think that with such incredible implications that come from knowing bird language more people would have taken the time to develop mastery of this skill. Unfortunately this really isn't true and in all honesty bird language can be extremely difficult to learn!
If you want proof of this challenge then all you have to do is look at the number of people that have been through a bird language workshop or a program that claims to teach bird language who can't even use the skill to track down an owl.
Yet here's the amazing thing... Owl alarms are LOUD, they're extremely COMMON, and owls usually don't fly away even when you crash through the bushes towards them. Once you know what to look for Owls are NOT difficult to confidently & consistently track down with bird language.
So Why Do People Have Such Challenges Learning This Skill?
To the master bird language practitioner this skill is common sense but at first the cues can be so subtlethat when people decide to start tuning into bird language they often get stuck with confusion, uncertainty, and little in the way of results.
You might think that this would be due to a lack of knowledge about birds or how bird alarm systems work… but what I’ve discovered is that it’s actually possible to have a very strong theoretical understanding of bird language and yet not have the least bit of skill in actually applying it.
In fact, as far as I can tell the inability to get results with bird language actually boils down into three rampant problems that ultimately prevent people from making real progress with this skill…
1. Getting focused locked into observing features that only play a very small role in the actual detection and interpretation of bird alarms. 2. A lack of knowledge of the important contextual features that in fact play a very large role in the detection and interpretation of bird alarms. 3. Challenges embodying the attitudes & mental approach necessary for long-term accumulation of bird language competency.
As a result, I would harbor a guess that most people who get interested in bird language either never develop the skills to any reasonable degree of practical proficiency or end up downgrading their ideas about what's actually possible with a solid knowledge of bird language.
They're Missing The Big Picture
To really apply bird language you can't just rely on theoretical knowledge.
In order to be successful with this skill you have to put the theory into it's proper context so that it has real meaning for you. Otherwise you'll get out there and you'll be listening, but it'll all just be completely random.
I've been passionately practicing the skill of bird language for over 5 years now, and it's been one of the most rewarding journeys to awaken my senses and begin tuning into how I can actually use my ears and tell when there's an owl on the other side of the forest... or a bobcat skulking out of sight through the bushes.
But like most people who try to learn bird language, I struggled ALOT along the way. There were times when I thought about giving up because I wasn't seeing any results from what I was doing.
Insights and realizations came at slug speed and the answers to my questions were often so surprising & different from what I had originally expected, that the process felt extremely awkward and unnecessarily bumpy.
Now You Can Learn From My Mistakes
To make learning bird language easier for people I've compiled the ultimate bird language learning package where I'm going to share all my personal tricks & unique strategies that I've tested & have worked for me in the field.
If you already know that you want the real skills to maximize your human potential & be an effective mentor, instructor of deep nature connection for the future generations, there are important things that you need to know about how bird language actually works in a practical way in order to really make a difference.
Now you can get the formula that will give you simple & practical strategies for bird language that really work. With written, audio & video components you'll be able to learn from my experiences and apply my tried & tested bird language blueprint in your own local bio-region.