Never get lost
Arctic Tern (travels easily 55 000 miles every year) is an eternal voyager, a follower of light. It is that they said to see more daylight and sunshine than any other species: the endless day of Arctic Summer followed by the endless day of the Antarctic summer on the other side of the world.”
The ability to move in the forest using your instincts, cognition and physical capabilities is one the oldest metaskills we have had. The skills of a navigator provided food, shelter, new worlds and survival.
Our current world on the verge of metaverse requires the same skills to navigate. Identify key points from the map, observe surroundings, adapt to changing situations, reach goals and keep on going. Sounds familiar?
Yes, the skills and capabilities used for orienteering are exactly the same as what we need to orientate to our lives in general.
Find your way home
We feel that nature, wild forest and wandering are fantastic ways to not only learn physical navigation, but it teaches us skills for metaphysical navigation. To understand what goal is in any way, how to adapt (resilience) and energy to move ahead.”