“We are not looking for the meaning of life we are looking for the feeling of being alive” ~ Joseph Cambell
At Londolozi tracking has been in our DNA for generations. From the early hunting days with Winnis Mathebula and Tutone Sithole, the genius of the current trackers who reside at Londolozi, to the creation of the Tracker Academy by Alex and Renias – it is clear that tracking is central to what we do.
Growing up at Londolozi, it is not surprising that this ancient art form would have a profound impact on me.
As a boy tracking was about finding lions and leopards. Tracking was a way to have adventures with my uncle and Elmon Mhlongo.
It was only as I got older and started to work in the personal transformation field that this ancient art form began to take on a new meaning for me.
Tracking at its core is about finding what you’re looking for. A tracker discovers a path, that to many, would be invisible. They are present. The tracker is in tune.
In my new book, “The Lion Tracker’s Guide To Life”, I invite you to come on an adventure to Londolozi with me and two of the best trackers in the world. It is a book about following lions but much more importantly it is a book that will offer you the mentality and approach of the tracker that I hope you will apply to many parts of your own life.
We live in a time when we are desperately in need of reimagining what is really important. There are no models in a consumer culture for what is actually truly fulfilling – new paths to true aliveness must be followed.
More than ever we need the tracker.
What I suggest in the book is quite simply that that tracker……is you.
All my love to you all,