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Old 10-24-2020, 12:10 PM   #1
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Question Sixth sense while out in the wilderness

Who here is in tune with their sixth sense, otherwise known as "gut instinct"?

Yesterday, I was sitting on the edge of a mesa glassing the valley down below for deer. I got the distinct feeling that I was being watched. Not only that I felt like I was being watched, but that it was a cat.

On the way back to my truck, I came across some bobcat scat.

Gotta keep my head on a swivel out there. Didn't see any deer, but did see some turkeys, sandhill cranes, a mallard drake in a pond, and a dead porcupine.

Always listen to your sixth sense. It knows more than you think it does.
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Yeah, I've got that too.
My friends think its weird that I can "feel" when an animal like a deer or turkey is around. Or how I can tell them exactly where to cast to catch a bass on a lake we never have been on before.
It takes some of the fun out of hunting and fishing.
I grew up in the deep woods and as a kid I noticed everything around me when I was out in the wilds. I could feel energy and started noticing whenever I did that there was a game trail right there where I would sense that energy.

I was told that some people just have a sensitivity to other life energy.
I dont know. I guess it is a bit strange.

Other than that my only talent is making armpit farting noises, so at least I've got that going for me.
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I saw some mountain lion tracks in the snow today.
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When I hunted I preferred walking & stalking, so I was always moving slowly & looking more.
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You can develop that 'Sixth Sense'

to serve you in everyday life too...
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I saw some mountain lion tracks in the snow today.
If these tracks had been made 24 hours before I came across them, the wind would have erased them from the sand.

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Out in the bush it simply takes awareness, in the city like chicago it takes that 6th sense.
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Out in the bush it simply takes awareness, in the city like chicago it takes that 6th sense.
I bet your Spidy Sense is going crazy
warning you about niqqers in Chicago.
Last time there we went to the House
of Blues to see Porcupine Tree and
Kings X. Before that it was King Crimson...
Niqqers panhandling...Muzzie shitheads
selling pamphlets...the whole place was
depressing. Went to Rush Street for drinks
and stuffed pizza....couldn't really relax.
Indianapolis ain't no walk in the park but
at least I can pack here!! and feel
a little safer!!
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