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30-Day Sit Spot Challenge

Save the Date: May 2013

Congratulations to all 2012 Sit Spot Challenge Participants. This year we had over 400 official participants from all over the world!

The 30-Day Sit Spot Challenge is a powerful way for you to connect with the natural world through one spot in nature.┬áThe Sit Spot is the core routine of the Kamana Naturalist Training Program. You do not have to be a Kamana student or a member of Kamana.org to participate. Anyone can join and it’s free to participate! We want as many people as possible to experience this amazing routine.

During the challenge you will receive daily emails with questions, challenges, and inspirational support. There will be optional activities designed to increase your awareness and hone your senses. The synergy of hundreds of people going to their Sit Spots will be phenomenal!

What is a Sit Spot?

The Sit Spot is the practice of going to one spot in nature over a period of time. You make observations, connect with nature and self, and learn to see with Native Eyes. There are 2 basic requirements that every sit spot should have 1) It needs to be close to your house and 2) you need to feel safe while there. It is ideal for it to be wild, have a water source, be abundant with wildlife, have a view, and a whole slew of other things. While those are nice to have, they are not essential. The best sit spot is one that you go to!

How Does it Work?

Starting May 1st, go to your Sit Spot for at least 20 minutes every day. Your challenge is to do this for 30 days straight!

How can I meet other people interested in learning about nature?

This year Kamana.org will be using our Facebook page as a place where folks can come, connect with others, and post their Sit Spot stories. Make sure to “Like” us on Facebook!

Why Should I Sign Up? Can’t I Just Do it On My Own?

You can do it on your own, but when you commit to something with other people involved, it changes your perception. In our experience, those who sign up are MUCH more likely to finish the challenge. You will also receive daily reminders and inspiration. You’ll be able to communicate with others through our forums, as well.

Want more information about the sit spot?

How to Find a Sit Spot

Jon Young Video: Top 3 Reasons to go to your Sit Spot

Sit Spot – What Can Go Wrong

Click here to download a flyer that you can send to your friends!

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