Insider Circle Progress

This is a note on how the Insider Circle is doing. I have read many of your stories and how many of you are having incredible experiences with your horses doing nothing… leading to something that could have never taken place if we had not be practicing the importance of the pause with the First Ritual, “Sharing Territory”. Some of you are going to be able to bring new discoveries to the horse world from your experiences being in this class. From these shared experiences, we will discover things that we did not know. From these shared experiences the world of horsemanship will advance and I will be learning new things as well.

We are always in the experimentation of creating willing connections and growing friendships with horses if we are truly present in the moment and a true leader, healer and student. Everyday I am learning something more about horses.

The horses enjoy our company as much as we do theirs and when this happens the dance is really quite natural but it surely is not a race to the dry cleaners. Sharing territory in the pause of feeling connected, horses are more willing to bond with us right from the start to learn and work with us because it brings them a feeling of connection, well-being and companionship.

The amazing connection and results that some of you have been experiencing using the First Ritual have taken place because the student learned to wait until the horse starts the action. Waiting for this to happen is an amazing door opener to the magical partnership that springs forth. Though some of you in the class may not be having such amazing experiences and results and maybe feeling like you haven’t found your magic, it may just be the circumstances that you are in. Your horse may take longer to bond due to abuse or something he has to get over first or there may be challenges you deal with in the facility your horse lives that slow down the connection. It may be you can’t stop doing instead of just being with your horse. Whatever it is that is in the way will disappear if you keep going.

I just want to say, please believe you will reach a result that is profound. Maybe it will not happen for you from the First Ritual. Maybe it will come from carving a method out from my Method that serves you better than mine does. We all want to walk our own journey and my Method is to teach you how to do that.

Once you learn to trust the power of the pause things happen. Repeatedly sitting with horses once the bond is formed and we have shared many moments in companion energy, I find that I can jump into action and have a horse that dances with me and is consistent as if he has been trained.

I also want to address what companion energy is. It is a word I coined. It is metaphysical and scientific and relates to the study of quantum physics. It is tangible but you can’t touch it. It is tangible because it can be measured. It is a vibration.

Matter influences matter and vibration influences vibration. In matter, there is magnetic influence between two objects. It is the same with vibration. A connection occurs over time and becomes the same. When this happens, love, communication and trust are the outcome.

If you are creating all kinds of vibrations while sharing territory, you cannot connect as deeply. If you doing some activity with your horse like grooming or any shared interaction there is too much going on to have a cellular connection take place and mature. The rhythms and juices you have in your body need to match the rhythms and juices of your horse in moments of the pause in companionship. When this happens communication is instinctively understood by both of you.

To dance at liberty you need to have shared vibrations and energy to stay connected. The pause will bring you the knowledge and awareness you are looking to have.

Please share your experiences that are so heart warming and show the value of using the First Rituals in the comments sections below for all the blog readers and for those that need convincing or support to keep going. I am sure it will be very enlightening and encouraging, and bring more meaning to the importance of the First Ritual.

Enjoy your weekend, doing nothing, with your horse


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Kerrie Stepnick - 7 years ago Reply

Hi Carolyn and all:

I joined the Rituals in a box program, and have been unable to get on the internet much due to having been abruptly forced to move due to construction – indeed it is one of the best things that ever happened to us in our nearly three years in Mexico!

When Capricho and I joined the group, I had been looking at a variety of information, so we came with a mixed background. I grew up very “cowgirl” (e.g. winning junior rodeos on horses I trained myself) and then abandoned the world of horses (???¡¡¡¡¡) for 37 years until these two rescues came into our lives.

In February, Capricho (perhaps 2.5 years), a quarterhorse Friesian mix, despised the human race and was being roped to be caught. I went into his pen, whispered to him, sat there, and he finally came up to my face and let me halter him. Since then he has put his face into the halter for me!

Of all the horses, he has become more of a pest, following me everywhere. He will walk, trot, stop and now back at liberty (usually). After starting to do the rituals, things radically improved. Here, Carolyn, I have to simply rhapsodize about your book and the rituals program! Thank you for your great life work. In fact I was aware of body language and “horse etiquette” as a teenager but no one talked about it. I had no name for it. So it was amazing to see you put words to my previous experience (I left horses in great measure due to the cruelty encountered in Montana towards horses back in the 70´s, even methods I was taught to use).

As for this miraculous turnaround for Capricho of late – the first time I´ve worked with horses for 37 years – yesterday I did kind of a variant of leading from behind and the eye contact ritual. I let him loose to eat grass, would slowly sneak up behind him, make rude noises and startle him. Pretty soon he kept coming up to me (OK I gave him carrots). He wants to dance.

My one issue is that I have not been using a reed or whip, and at times he plays too close. So I am thinking of getting a stiff leather quirt or just a bamboo, and putting it between us to claim my space. I do keep backing him up but he´s getting a little nippy (wants carrots all the timte).

Other than that it is so much fun to be with him. He has a wonderful, lively spirit, still a bit juvenile, but has an expression full of wonder and eager enjoyment of all around him. He almost never gets dismayed. Usually he is putting his face into mine, ears forward. He is the happiest little horse.

Thanks Carolyn, and I hope this comment is aprapo enough to include.

Kathy Hunter - 7 years ago Reply

I learn so much from reading everyone’s postings. Thank you.

With Amber, I am on the first ritual and am seeing slow changes, but each is welcome. If I have Amber out on the lawn and am sitting on a chair – Amber pretty much just grazes and doesn’t come over. If I have Amber in our fenced arena with hay, she will wander by me going from hay pile to hay pile and sometimes stop for a minute. When she is done with the hay, she usually stands looking over the fence at her herd mates.

Amber will come to me in the pasture, regularly, and often, will walk beside me to the gate to come in.

I think we have a way to go, but I don’t mind. When Amber and I really, finally, connect, all the waiting and reading will be worth the wait.

Carolyn Resnick - 7 years ago Reply

Dear Deborah,
Yes I will show leading from behind when it is right for Morning Star.

Deborah Johnson - 7 years ago Reply

Good morning! It’s raining, thunderstorms and the flies are horrible, even with fly predators. I walked out to the pasture and Eclipse wanted the flies dealt with asap! We ran to the tree where the fly spray was, and I asked her if she wanted her fly mask on today. “Yes, and spray everywhere!” It never occurred to me to ask permission for this. Hawk said no to the mask, but yes to the fly spray and asked me to rub it in very good around his eyes. Bit asked for the mask and lots of spray, especially on her tummy. Lou said no mask, you can do my face, and legs. The more I listen, the more they have to say.
Carolyn, Do you think you might be doing a video on leading from behind, soon? It’s easier for me to learn by seeing it being done.
Thanks and hope everyone has a great day! Deborah

Kim Male - 7 years ago Reply

Sorry Bonnitta….
for spelling your name wrong—omg 3 times….
I will be more attentive…LOL..
another lesson learned….thank you again.


mitzi - 7 years ago Reply

Thank you again was a wonderful call last eve. & I learned so much from you and from all the participants experiences.
Again as I said I was so amazed w/ the connection I was able to have w/ my Friesian whilst we were away attending a 4 day horse clinic. I was worried at first on how I’d be able to do the first Ritual with him while we were away from home . He was to be in a stall while we were not working together at the clinic . Usually he lives outside pretty much 24/7 w/a herd of 20 mares and geldings …so this was new to him. The box stalls were roomy enough for me to be w/ him and just doing nothing but sharing space. He would be very relaxed and would usually just cock a hind leg and snooze or sometimes he’d come to get a nuzzle & then go back to snoozing . A couple of times when his stall mates would leave for a lesson ,he’d whinny and get a tad worried so I would just be there matching his breathing and he would settle down pretty quickly. Also we had quite a few Liberty sessions where there would be 11 horses and their humans in a big arena & my boy chose to stay with me throughout..even though he had the choice to leave which a few people’s horses got to be the circus a few times ..but he stayed with me !! The only time he left was when we were walking behind his buddy and his human ..I stopped and he continued forward so I turned and went the other way..he stopped looking for me and then came back.
I had another wonderful moment while sitting on a barrel during a session w/ my horse standing over me and his pasture mate from home, a dominate mare ,who lives in his herd was on the other side of me and she started to groom me ,so I groomed here back. Then I stopped first the grooming and then she did & she sighed . I felt as if I was part of a mini herd. It was a magical moment in time.

debrasaum - 7 years ago Reply

I have written before about my quiet time (sitting) with my horse Romeo.

All the wonderful and inspiring stories that are emerging from Carolyn’s First Ritual are like soul food! It thrills me to see so many individuals and their horses reaching heightened awareness through such a simple practice.

As an Animal Intuitive, I was once again reminded this week about how this “quiet time” of sitting with our horses is actually a time filled with telepathic communication……observations, understandings and enormous ‘ah-hah’ moments for our equine buddies happen when we give ourselves over to the innocent act of sharing their space with them.

As we sit with the intent of quieting our minds and opening our hearts to a different vibrational awareness, our horses are grateful towards us for finally entering their world. The Equine Mind lives at this deep, silent frequency all the time.

As I sat quietly in Romeo’s paddock this week, just feeling the sunshine, my book in my lap, Romeo at the other end of his paddock also enjoying the sunshine and the moment, I was moved by how rich in communication that moment was.

There wasn’t an intellectual communication… telepathic words were exchanged. It was vibration, a nutritious energy filled with the kind of information that only the heart understands.

Empathy and compassion are two powerful forces and I have come to realize that as I spend this kind of ‘quiet time’ with my horse, I am giving him my empathy and my compassion. As a horse, he is receiving the most precious gift I could give to him.

And in return, he gives to me his entire being and commitment.

Thank you Carolyn and thank you all the individuals who are exploring this amazing world of the horse!


Forest Horse - 7 years ago Reply

I like hearing about the sparrows and white rabbits! Last week, I went to share space with the herd. There is a nice wooded area down below where they gather to nap in the morning. I wandered down the hill and saw Camilo, one of my donkeys. He is one of 2 shy donkeys, but not the shyest! I set up my chair in the usual place. None of the other equine were visible. Camilo came over and hung out for a while. He does love to eat books. While he was holding the book in his mouth, I took the opportunity to look at all of his teeth and gums. He decided that touching the gums would make him let go of the book and back off. So we sat in peace and then he wandered about 12 feet away to a sand patch and laid down. Still no sign of the other equines. I was absorbed in my book and did notice his ears sprung forward. A tiny newborn fawn had wandered into our circle. I have seen one so close before! Her spots were bright white. She wandered off waiting for mom to return. FInally the other equines reappeared and all marched back toward the stock pond, Camilo taking his place in the rear.

Kim Male - 7 years ago Reply

on 14…me

hahahhaaa…me me me….ego…that’s funny…so many me’s …really have to let it go.

thank you Bonita and Carolyn…
another revelaton

Kim Male - 7 years ago Reply

Hi Bonita—where is the video of your stallion?

Kim Male - 7 years ago Reply

On post 11

Thank you Bonita….this offers much clarity and confirmation…I love it.
Along with my process here, I have been reading Margrit Coates’ books and have been witnessing so many changes…
shifts in my consciousness, confirmed by my horses’ behaviors and even those of other animals around me…like the rabbit.
They are all teaching me I believe.

Earlier in the week, when in my mind, I knew we were moving to the next ritual of ‘saying hello’….my horses started before I did… cracked me up…
It must be such a relief for them to know I am in moving forward….it is for me.

Thank you again.

Kelsey - 7 years ago Reply

Hi Carolyn,
It is so good to hear you talk of these things! Being new to the horse world I don’t have a lot techniques in training or experience riding. I may never experience in real life the incredible union of heart dressage, or know what it is like to ride like the wind. I do resonate with your approach tho’ and am finding great pleasure in just being in the field with the horses and reading.
My horse lives out full time with up to a dozen others. At first they were very curious about me sitting as I don’t think anyone has ever come to just be – usually people coming in have a purpose. One time I chose a spot in the upper corner of the pasture, far from the hay bale, perfect for me that chilly day but maybe too far to interest the horses. I realized then that I had an agenda. It was, “Read… and they will come!”. I had to acknowlege that hidden agenda, let it go and get into my book! It didn’t take long before 7 of the 10 horse found their way over and each in their own way came to say hello, – each one different. They stayed nearby to graze. At that point, my fellow left the hay bale and made a bee-line over to join me with the others. There are times when my horse hasn’t come to greet me. The feelings of disappointment tell me that I must still have expectations and and to that degree, I’m not yet content in the process. I’m glad you are encouraging to take lots of time for this first Ritual. I feel my awareness increasing not just of my surrounds, but of myself. I know this is the best investment I can make in the relationship with my horse. Thank you!

horsefever - 7 years ago Reply

Hi Everyone:
I have been doing the 1st ritual for about 2 weeks, just sitting there with my two buddies. My attention is mostly on Magik, my QH, since he is the one I want to ride one day (he hasn’t been ridden for one year and I have no experience but he’s a lovely boy 17.y.o.). Anyways, this morning, for the first time, I decided to go get him, at liberty, in the paddock, and ask him to follow me into the shelter, not knowing if he would. Well, I approached him and when I was about 10′ away, he came to me so I stopped and showed him my hand. then I gave him the signal to come and follow me. And he did!!! Tonight, he did the same thing. As soon as I asked him to come to me, he did straight into the shelter. Wow!! I am ecstatic!!!

Marsha Friedman - 7 years ago Reply

There is a saying, People plan and God laughs, that applies so much to my experiences this week. Due to my not being well for the two weeks we were to practice the first ritual, i was determined to catch up. I had a plan to work with my first baby Sweet Prince, who is now 5 years old, first thing Monday morning. though my sweet boy was not feeling well himself. He was laying down in our round pen and did not want to get up. I sat down next to him and stayed with him till the vet. came. We have had a very close and magical relationship since his birth. That morning, i knew he needed me to be right next to him. There is nothing more sensuous than looking into the eye of the horse you love and seeing his love relflected back to you. A little later, he did get up and we went into the arena together, I brought my chair. He stood next to me and 4 of our other horses came and stood on the other side of the arena fence. It was different for me , not touching them. Though not doing Anything was incredible. I felt we were all connected in a deep and profound way. I think we are so blessed to understand how much our horses mean to us and how much we bring to each others lives.
Thank you Carolyn, for teaching us what you know and still giving us the permission to follow our own instincts.

Patty - 7 years ago Reply

Companion energy – vibration matching vibration – I have a story to tell about that! I went to my medical doctor 2 years ago after I had first gotten my horse. He was my first horse and I had no previous experience with horses. I told him how being with the horse was helping me to heal and that we would just stand together for long periods of time and both of us would become so incredibly calm and peaceful. I told him it was the most heavenly experience. He said, “I can explain that to you in medical terms. It occurs when your vibrations match with his. It can actually be measured.” I was astounded. And now I’m amazed because you have said the same thing, Carolyn. But the best part is that even though I may understand it more in my mind, it still is a heavenly experience!!

Bonnitta Roy - 7 years ago Reply

I wanted to share these videos of my stallion ChoCho. It was really difficult to capture the elan vital of his joy — given that I had to be stiff holding the camera– he was looking at me as if he were saying “what’s up with THAT body language…”

anyway, three really short video takes of what IMO natural joy and enthusiam looks like.

Bonnitta Roy - 7 years ago Reply

Kim, I appreciated your post. I once had my stallion at my trainers for an afternoon. He was in a stall that he didn’t much like. Too small… not a lot of good vibes, if you know what I mean… But anyway, there were these three sparrows that were in his stall, as he pranced around and let everyone know he did not like to be confined. during the break. And I say how easily and calmly they shared their territory with him– despite the very close quarters and how easily they could have been hurt. They just understood his energy and the direction of his flow, so to speak.

von Ueckull talks about animal consciousness and connectedness as melodies. The spider takes up the melody of the fly…

Goethe said

” If the eye were not sun-like

It could never behold the sun.

If the sun were not eye-like

It could not shine in any sky.”

You can see where I am going here. If the sparrow were not horse-like, he could never understand the movement of the horse.

If we were not horse-like, and the horse not us-like, we could never achieve the magic, the resonance…

.. and I am not talking only about those rare moments– but the entire history of relationship we have with the horse.

Stuart - 7 years ago Reply

Hi Carolyn,

Liked your latest post.

With the camels here I’ve pretty much just done the 1st ritual. I’ve played with the other rituals but pretty much I just hang out with them, all of them or one of them, depending on what they each are up to, and as a group.

Merely being together is sufficient.

Just yesterday when I walked into a group of them I felt like I’d come home. The energy of it was simple, strong. Their welcoming of my arrival enbraced me like a warm mist that wrapped around me, and I stood there silently among them, a part of them; completely (or almost) one of them. Finally 🙂

And Tilly, the most shy, stood with me the longest, full of pleasure in the connection between us. The enjoyment was all over her. And I knew everyone there was enjoying her pleasure.

Tilly’s “signing” of trust, I felt, informed the whole group, further supporting their deepening trust also. This is what I felt, at least.

Now we’re ready to go further.

Thanks for tempering my idealism in the beginning. I’m in no rush with the camels and our few horses.

I have total trust we’ll grow deeper together in all manner of ways…


Kim Male - 7 years ago Reply

oops….hahaha..I hit the submit button by mistake while fixing spelling and grammar…

Kim Male - 7 years ago Reply

I would liek to share a special moment surprisesurprised by a special moment….I had just arrived where my horses live and in the field, with them, not more than 20 feet from my big draft horses feet, was a white rabbit—sharing territory with them.

He or she did not move, was content just resting there as rabbits do. Even after my horses saw me and started walking, he did not move…not because he was scared…because he was content…it was mezmerizing.

I believe there was a message there.

The white rabbit is part of a few that live on the farm, running free…I ahve never seen them come this close to my horses. I’ve seen them in the woods or near a bush…this one was out in the open field.

Jo - 7 years ago Reply

Oh my goodness Carolyn I have held my own little theories on vibrational energy for many years so really interested when you spoke about this. I have some knowledge of colour theory as an art teacher and it was this that got me started on vibrations. Knowing that we see colours because of different vibrations or rather frequencies which is why colour can affect us physically. An easier understanding is music, chords and discords and why certain sounds make us feel good and others bad. For me all this translates into all living things including people and of course horses. If things are vibrating at the same frequency then we fit together and it all works. If not then the vibrations work against each other with discord. In spite of having my theories I had never thought of it in terms of my horse but you are so right and may be an answer to why my boy was a bit off this weekend. I was ‘out of sorts’, not because of him but other things happening and although not thinking about these things when I was with him I bet he picked up on it being the very sensitive soul he is.

Christian - 7 years ago Reply

Thanks, Stina. It is so beautiful to see you playing with your horses on the island.
I wanted to share a short experience from the Insider Circle. I am in the Monday call group, which didn’t happen this week, and was able to listen to the Sunday recording, which was a total revelation to me.

Anyway, I expanded the “Sharing Territory” with my mare Lilly to “Reciprocal Movement” yesterday. After sitting with her for 30 minutes and reading, I placed a few piles of freshly cut grass (one of her favorites, and cheaper than carrots!) around the indoor arena (we can’t work much in her paddock as most days the gnats are so bad), and I would alternate between moving her off one of the piles, and walking over to say hello. She is a dominant mare in the herd, but very very polite with people, and she can very easily get freaked by too much pressure, so I took care to balance moving her with saying hello. She is also unconfident in unfamilar territory, and the indoor arena, although known to her for 1 1/2 years, is still scary in some corners, the ones facing away from the barn and paddocks. This reciprocal movement slowly led into leading from behind. And it was the first time that I could “lead her from behind” really well, even at the trot without her either worrying or turning and facing me. I made myself very big when I moved her off the grass and made it clear she had to move. I think it didn’t freak her because it seemed natural and horsey. We did this until all the grass was gone.
Later at night, after dark, I put her out to pasture with my colt Destry. It was pitch black, and I kept all the lights off. I could hardly see anything, even after minutes of getting used to it. But I knew that she could see. She started taking me to all her favorite places on the pasture. A nice grassy spot. A tree that she like to rip leaves off of. A scratch post. She just took me around, very gently, slowly. It was a companion walk. I was blind, just following the feel and vibrations of her body. It made me feel very peaceful and happy, and then I went to bed.
In the morning I took her into the woods for a little walk, this time with lead rope on, but I led her from behind as well. She tends to shy and spook in unfamiliar territory, but this morning, even though she was alert, apprehensive, she let me lead her from behind, and seemed to gain confidence from this position. I had often done short periods of leading from behind, but would never be able to sustain it for long without her turning or somehow getting behind me again. This time it worked, and I can sense that it will make a huge difference for her confidence level and work ethic. Thank you, Carolyn!

Erika - 7 years ago Reply

I have been so inspired by Carolyn, her stories about her students, though I’ve been kind of slow – especially in understanding the power of the first ritual. For some reason I thought that when the horse started wanting to rip the book out of my hand, that was it. I could move on. I’d spend 4 or 5 days in the first ritual, but then would move on, just spending a little time in it after that. Carolyn told me at one point, your problem is you need to spend more time in the first ritual. I was working with a friend’s horses, and was feeling a little weird “just doing nothing” and wanted them to see results, so I moved on – but I had several problems, and then I just found excuses and went over there less and less.

Then a new horse found his way to our farm, and I started spending time with him and our yearling colt, who my husband wanted to keep wild based on something that someone he respects said, and I understood the wisdom of that, but it sure made it difficult to do anything like pick out his feet.

So I sat with these two guys for hours and hours, for 6 weeks, doing little else with them. Of course they got curious, and would sometimes be with me and sometimes not.

As the weeks went on, I was able to start touching our colt. I could scratch him all over, where he wouldn’t let himself be touched before. He enjoyed it and he became very, very curious about me.

My new horse would just come over and stand by me, seeming to enjoy my company.
He would gently and sweetly groom me.

I sat on and on. It was raining a lot, so some days I’d don my rain gear and just walk around the pasture with them as they grazed.

Now, when I come to the field, they trot over to me with much enthusiasm. When I walk around the farm, sometimes I look over to find they are watching me.

I feel more bonded to these horses than I ever have to any before. And I’ve only been spending time with them for 6 weeks! I trust my new horse totally, and I seem more of his personality and his affection coming out. I took him to a dressage quadrille practice, trailering him with a friend, not being sure how he would be at a new place, or with other horses. I had only ridden him twice before in our pasture. He did very well, not being intimidated by the other horses in the least, even when riding in patterns very near them, with horses pinning their ears at him. We had a wonderful time and I was ecstatic! He trusted me, and we both had a great time!

I’m also trusting our colt more and more, who was basically wild and just recently cut. His mother didn’t set any boundaries for him, and he seems fascinated by me the more I tell him to go away when his is bothering me. He loves saying “hello” and loves being near me.

The other rituals are going much more quickly, now that I have spent much more time than before in the first rituals. Most days, I still sit with them for an hour or more before I do anything else. They seem to understand what I am asking them much more readily when I try the other rituals, or communicating to them about other things.

The colt and I started playing a game where I’d pick him a handful of grass, and he would come get it. We did that for 2 days. The third day, this turned into companion walking with him walking beside me, turning, stopping, walking at my pace. He tested my boundaries by stepping on my foot once. I sent him off, and then he kept his distance until I went to say hello. He then started walking beside me again, but was very careful to keep his distance from my foot. He got more comfortable again and started walking beside me again. He seems to love this! Of course he loves the carrots too! I have never worked with a horse this young before! I always try to stop before his loses his enthusiasm, and it has worked so far as far as I can tell.

I really, really understand now, that the first ritual is everything. Everything else goes faster the more time one spends in the first ritual. It is worth the investment!!! And everything else seems to unfold from this connection without effort. I love the first ritual. Some days still, that is all that I do.

Thank you Thank you Carolyn!

Marja van Run - 7 years ago Reply

“Sometimes backward progress is what really brings you forward….”

This is so profound Stina… and just what I needed right now. It keeps on echoing in my mind. Thank you, also for your video and other true words!

Tina Cobb - 7 years ago Reply

Stina –

I loved your video. What a marvelous way to spend time with your horses. I can’t wait to finish work today and do “treasure hunt” with my Seguro.

Thank you for a beautiful and inspiring experience.

Best wishes, Tina

Stina - 7 years ago Reply

Dear all,

I hope I can share a heart warming experience here through this small video clip.

I have spent alot (a-l-o-t) of time with the first ritual of just being with the horses and sharing space. I am very lucky as I have all the time in the world, we are not in a hurry to reach anything or anywhere for anyone with our progress forward or backwards.

Sometimes backward progress is what really brings you forward….

What we do in this little video clip is just being together and having fun. I did not really believe the horses could enjoy my company as much as I enjoy theirs before I met Carolyn and learned her method.

It surprises me how much this -energy- that Carolyn talks about is of importance. How much of the progress you are looking for is in the mind, in the energy, in the vibration you send out. It is not about the “training”, in the “steps 12or3” or number what ritual or game.

It is also good to point out that this is not about “THE method”, it is about how you release the energy in yourself to make your own “method”. Trust yourself and your own feel, listen to your heart and your horses heart.

It’s about learning what you can use of what happens in the moment, observe and grab it.

I am very proud to be part of such a great community who put the horse first and help to pave new ways in cooperation between beings. (people and people and animals)

Stina in St. Vincent

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