Jun 15, 2020
Mansal Denton isn’t your stereotypical hunter.
As you’ll hear about in this episode with Mansal and Dr. Anthony Gustin, he’s not going out to hunt for the thrill of it and he doesn’t treat it like a sport.
Instead, Mansal believes in ethical hunting, practicing mindfulness while out there, and tapping into the emotions that come up before, during, and after the hunt.
Mansal’s approach resembles that of many indigenous people and Native Americans.
And that’s exactly what you’ll hear more about when you tune in.
Mansal shares how he went from being a vegetarian for 20 years to practicing this style of hunting.
You’ll also learn why he went down this path, why he treats it so differently than most hunters, and why he uses it to tap into his emotions and suggests that more people do it.
Mansal also talks about his guided hunting excursions and what he recommends understanding before going out.
Mansal even dives into how he recommends that people spend more time in nature and tap into their emotions whether they hunt or not.
If you’re not familiar with Mansal Denton, don’t worry. You’ll learn all about his unique background in this episode.
Tune in now to hear more about ethical hunting and how Mansal does things differently.