“We are the hardest animals to track and understand.”
Skillful trackers know that in order to successfully track an animal out in the field, unbiased observation is every bit as important as the tracks and signs discovered. Any bias or assumption on the part of the tracker will limit what they see in the tracks discovered and could throw them off course.
What if we could use these same skills to track our innermost selves? In 2002, three of the top animal tracking instructors in the United States called a small group of trackers together to be part of a group for this very purpose – they wanted to see what would happen if they applied the same principles of wilderness tracking to their lives and relationships. This is the story of The Inner Tracker. For more information, visit The Inner Tracker website.