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You list both serious things and humorous ones. The entire point is to start connecting with yourself by making declarations about objects, places, people, or ideas that spark a strong reaction in you. There are many things that will be helpful as you explore your truest self, but one important piece is carving out moments of silence. These moments can be anything where you proactively create quiet time for yourself to think, to daydream, to journal. Sit on the deck with a glass of wine, take a bubble bath, watch the sunset, meditate, journal on a park bench, or hide out in your car if you have to.
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In savasana in the studio? Completely melted into my breath and body. And luckily for me — the work I am privileged to do all day keeps me connected to myself and constantly thinking creatively about integrity and joy and alignment. If you stripped down to the very base of yourself — if we took away your job, your bank account, your schooling, your relationship status — who would you be?
It is truly a beautiful and graceful dance. Thankfully these beautiful and gracious animals are willing and able to teach us this fine art of connection for healthy relationships. We work with a single horse and a single human on the ground in a suitable and safe space with no ropes or halters to limit the horses ability to choose whether or not to be in relationship with the human. It is quite intimidating to some, to have a pound animal share the same space with seemingly no protection.
But, once it is established and realized that horses are hard wired for healthy relationships and are prey animals with no motivation to be aggressive, we get to watch the dance unfold. Simply by using our energy to put pressure, or communicate intention, onto the horses body, we are able to use non-verbal communication in a focused way to request that the horse recognize we are there and want to have a relationship.
We encourage our human dance partners to experiment with how much pressure to use and where to put the pressure on the horse to give it the most opportunity to respond. This work we do has a purpose and that purpose is to help humans connect with humans in a more intentional and authentic way.
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Therefore, we guide our clients through appropriate ways to understand what it feels like to be present, what incremental increases in pressure feel like, how to differentiate between ignoring and resistance, as well as cooperation and compliance. All of these skills help humans become more attuned to themselves and to others in human relationships.
For example, would you walk right up to a stranger and start patting their face? How about offering them a slice of apple? Brushing their hair? Most likely no.
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