Can We Make a Heartfelt Suggestion?

Our world has become increasingly hyper-connected. News updates are broadcasted not just by media, but even by citizens witnessing events first hand and sharing it via social media. Information floods our lives at an astonishing rate and an increasing majority of us are physically anchored to this data surge via our smart devices. To remain grounded and balanced in our hyper-connected environment, it’s essential that we’re consciously choosing to stay heart-connected. Here’s a true story of how we can become disconnected without meaning to: A woman who is totally dependent on a wheelchair asked a visiting friend to help her lower a window blind that had been left open and she wasn’t able to

Horses as Teachers, Not Tools

There are many species of animals that we consider teachers. One of the many things I find interesting about horses as teachers is how much of their natural ways can be a positive influence on us humans. Allowing a horse to give feedback is a major component to what makes him a teacher, not a tool. We nourish our teaching horses to be horses, such as in their behavior, so that what they bring to your experience as a student contains the gifts of their species. As you read the list below, notice how many of these natural horse characteristics are beneficial to us. These behaviors help us create a high quality of life, realize successful teamwork, build personal leadership, and enjoy fulfilli

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