Saturday, January 12, 2013

Learning to see

Photo courtesy of Apple Creek Whitetails

All around us, we are surrounded by limits. Some see this as crippling and settle for something less. Others see the opportunities.

Most novice hunters spend too much looking for a big deer and not enough time seeing what’s right in front of their eyes. We have conditioned our minds to look for deer where we expect them to be and not necessarily where the deer want to be.

The trick is to see what’s around us without judgement. Our subconscious can process the information much faster than our conscious and we avoid having our preconceived notions blinding to the reality of the situation. Seeing, despite the name, isn't merely visual. It’s also a feeling.

Only after we have truly seen an area for what it is can we apply judgement as to best approach on how to achieve our desired results.

Good Luck and Good Hunting,

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