|"Awareness" is a term that is used in many different contexts. For instance, "Situational Awareness" is a term used to often describe an awareness that is specific to self-defense. In another context, "Sensory Awareness" refers to an awareness of your outer environment through your 5 (or more) senses.
In this episode, Sam Coffman talks about the importance of awareness in general and demonstrates an exercise to help you become more aware.
|Adaptability and awareness are two of the most important survival concepts you can integrate into your daily life. Adaptability requires skills and knowledge (and practice), whereas awareness really just requires practice, and is something you can do on your own, right now. Plus it doesn't even cost anything!
One exercise that will help you integrate more awareness into your own life involves a breathing exercise that is based on the concept of "Chi Kung." This breathing & awareness exercise that Sam talks you through will help you:
This is one of the awareness exercises we work with at the Primitive Core Basic, and is very easy to learn and begin integrating into your own daily routine if you would like to improve your personal awareness levels.
Awareness is a skill or practice that is very important to the Scout specialty. To check out the scout fitness and awareness classes, show up at this first Scout Fitness class of the fall: http://www.meetup.com/san-antonio-wilderness-living-and-survival/events/35366222/