How Horses Transformed My Life - A Lesson In Slowing Down & Presence

Slowing down makes all the difference. Horses are not big on multi-tasking. While they receive and process a lot of information in their environment, and do this instantaneously and constantly all day long; their conscious attention is usually focused on one thing at a time. In equine guided learning work, we invite ourselves and others to become more horse-like. To experience the environment and ourselves the way horses do. What I have learned from this process has been amazing. First, I was surprised to learn how chaotic my thoughts were. My mind is a busy place that frequently creates more than what actually is. Multi-tasking isn’t really tasking; it isn’t “doing”, it’s just letting th

How Horses Transformed My Life - A Lesson in Healthy Boundaries

As part of my training as an equine guided learning facilitator, I had the privilege of learning by doing. As students we participated as 'clients' in sessions. While some of us may have thought we were going to 'role play' a fictional story, the horses often had other ideas! In equine guided experiential learning, the participant is asked to identify an issue or challenge she is processing. On this particular winter day nothing came to mind. Instead I stated that my intention was to be open to receiving whatever message Spirit; through my horse partner, wanted to share with me. I was partnered with a fabulous bay gelding named Taylor Made who is spirited and highly intelligent. I had met

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This is the downloadable document that provides the questions for you to ask the Lay Up Care provider. There is also space available to list all of the instructions from your vet.  It is in Word format so that you can type in your additional questions  as well as capture all of your horse's specific care needs.

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