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Category Archive for 'Anaïs'

So when you walk into the field that your horse knows as home, do they come to you unasked? Perhaps they come to you when you call? And does your horse then walk freely with you to the gate? So if your horse chooses not to come to you, does this say something about your […]

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For anyone intent on living intuitively, it is essential to be observant of and sensitive to what is happening within the range of one’s senses, understanding and, above all, gut feeling. Sometimes, if not frequently, it is difficult to make sense of the apparent jumble of utterances and occurrences of everyday life that inundate and […]

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Letting Go in Another Herd

The shutters, they are rattling … the balcony … bugger, someone’s trying to break in. Banging … it’s the glass doors. They must be bloody serious. And now the bed. The whole bloody thing is shaking. No, don’t tell me. I slide a foot down to the tiles. Oh, bloody hell, the floor is shuddering […]

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There have been odd times when I have found myself wondering what I was doing with a horse. In the past those moments usually occurred after I had done it, only to realise that the horse was wondering about the same thing. Over time the gap between when I did something and when I wondered […]

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Leaves swirl in the thicket as branches bend and rustle. The horses swing their heads towards the disturbance and freeze. They peer through the rays of the early morning sun, straining to catch a glimpse of what it is that is causing the commotion. Our eyes follow theirs. The leaves are still or so it […]

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