The main topic to be considered, is in asking an unnaturally burdened horse to move. What type of movement is most beneficial for that horse’s physical foundation and development with regard to carrying weight, his emotional stability and the enrichment of his conscious mind with education, practices and experiences?
This lion is a symbol for anything that ‘devours’ a horse, mentally, physically, emotionally or spiritually. In today’s world, horses often say ‘no’, but their communications are missed, misinterpreted and ignored. I’ll never forget the words of a Natural Horsemanship trainer. ‘Don’t ever let your horse say ‘no’. They learn to defy you. They learnContinue reading “Don’t Ever Let a Horse say ‘No’?”
Discipline is the internal governance of the rider or trainer. This self-guidance isn’t rigid, intransigent or hollow. It is a gentle, hyper-engaged, and positive demeanor that projects steadiness and engenders trust. Combined with knowledge and experience, the disciplined rider/trainer can project groundedness, self-control, calmness, love and empathy.