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“Your joy is magnetic – it draws me to you”

  Have you ever wondered what your horse might write in an ‘ideal human partner’ description (picture online dating for horses looking for humans…)? What would they be really drawn to ie. states of being ? Words like calm, playful, accepting, grateful to be alive, kind, present and joyful come to my mind.   This […]

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‘My fulfillment is your peace & joy. Stop & stand quietly with me – just being together is peaceful & warm.’

This is gorgeous George. He is a lucky boy because Karla’s first two questions were ‘Is he happy?’ and ‘Does he like his job?’. George, like most horses, was very aware of himself and his preferences and liked being asked to share them. George is also, like most horses, very aware of Karla’s emotional, mental […]

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“I am magnificence without arrogance. Arrogance is based on comparison. I don’t need to compare as I know who I am.”

This week I had the privilege of chatting with Senna. Senna’s human guardian was worried that he was aloof and withdrawn on the ground and spooky when ridden. Her question were ‘How can I make his life better? Our relationship better?’. Senna is a very lucky horse because his needs are a very high priority. […]

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“My acute senses make my world energetically vivid. I don’t get lost in thought – I live in the ever present now.”

  Wouldn’t it be amazing if you could experience one hour of life as a horse. How the world looks, feels, smells, tastes and hears through their senses and with their priorities. From what I have read and observed a horse’s ‘feel’ sense is far more acute than ours. They seem to feel sound, emotion […]

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“Lead yourself confidently, consistently & kindly. Then I am inspired to follow.”

Our horses can be very skilled at picking up whether we ‘deeply believe’ our leadership or whether we are just ‘acting’ like a leader. Their positive feedback comes in the form of attentiveness, willingness and respecting our boundaries. They tell us we are not believable through non-compliance, pushiness, bites and other boundary violations. Their desire […]

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