The Natural Navigator Tristan Gooley joins the podcast to talk about reading nature’s clues and signs.
Sunday Times best-selling author and the only person to have both sailed and flown across the Atlantic solo and has studied natural navigation with the Toureg, Bedouin and Dayak peoples in some of the harshest environments on Earth. Tristan specialises in taking queues from the natural world in order to make a mind map of our surroundings.
“Navigation is the most beautiful, subtle and underrated art in the world”
An excerpt from his brilliant book ‘How To Read Water‘, (How to see the Pacific in a Pond) features in the forthcoming Wavelength print issue 259 (out 31/10/20 – Subscribe here )
Head to Naturalnavigator.com to order Tristan’s best-selling books on natural navigation.
Wavelength readers can also use the code WAVE10 to get 10% off Tristan’s Beginner’s Guide To Natural Navigation online course.
Running time 42m40s
Natural navigation – what is it?
Lockdown & getting outdoors
Solving natural puzzles
Does water have character & personality?
Surfing & reading weather
Wind shifts & fronts
Seeing natural phenomena before they happen
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