You may remember Jen Snow from 7 years ago when Zorra first arrived and I shot a video of a session Jen did with Zorra (which is now at almost 600,000 views!)
At the time of her session with Zo, Jen was clinically blind. She told me her guides took her physical sight, so she would stop messing around and fully develop her spiritual/energetic sight. In 2018, she regained her physical sight (and ability to drive a car – yay!) and she now splits her time pretty evenly between working with animals and working with people.
I originally invited Jen out to do a session with Montaro. However I received a huge education on how a herd functions as ONE. Jen immediately realized that the herd needed to do ceremony with her and work with her first.
Join us for this beautiful immersion into the Singing Horse Herd and spend the afternoon in horse time, peace, and a sprinkling of magic.
Jini Patel Thompson is a natural health writer and Lazer Tapping instructor. She began riding at age 2 in Kenya, and got her first horse at age 8 in Alberta, and so continues a life-long journey and love affair with these amazing creatures.
15 thoughts on “Herd Ceremony with Reiki Healer”
So, this video is private?
Well Dee – this blog post is not getting emailed out to subscribers until tomorrow morning, so I had scheduled the video to go Live at 9pm tonight.
Scrapped that plan and it’s live now! But how did you know there was a new post here??
Oh, good. I often check the main webpage and it was posted, but the video was labelled private.
Ah okay, thanks for letting me know. I’ll make sure they are both scheduled for exactly the same time from now on!
Would love to hear your insights on the vid if you feel comfortable sharing… 🙂
I sent an email. Basically … wow! So much.
Will take time to put into words … Jen, you, the herd. Great combo.
Looking forward to it! xox
Thank you so much, Jini, Jen & the herd. Interesting this energy Jen talks about, an almost neutral space they can join or not – and that for some horses, especially stallions, this is the only space that allows them to be vulnerable, not uncomfortable or challenged. This is what I’ve experienced with my gelding as well. I think he has a double role of keeping watch and protecting and/or attacking if the herd is in danger. So, it makes sense that he needs this neutral space. Plus, he is super sensitive and has a past of traumas. Susan Harden, a Scottish woman who teaches a sort of listening horsemanship thought me to be in a state of calmness, clarity, simplicity, and simpleness with him – which is a bit the same, I think. And for the most part this really is all he can take from me. Great zen-exercise too, I have to say😊🙏🏽
Beautiful Sofia – this is exactly what Cobra required for a long time. And then for me, in the first year he even needed me to “cloak” my energy so he wouldn’t feel it at all.
Oh, good to hear that you have had a similar journey with Cobra! Now we have something to strive toward; that Gosi in a few years might be ok with some other energy from me… or any 😏❤️
Yes, but you see, that is the point: there is no striving, no goalsetting, not even a desire for connection, or relationship, or regard, or positivity. That is your own, inner work, to practice non-attachment, and full acceptance of however/whoever this sovereign being wishes to be.
Compassionate surrender, loving acceptance, complete non-attachment – if Gosi NEVER comes near you or wants to connect with you, or even wants to acknowledge you.
And that is not just OK, it is how things are meant to be in the universe. Do you understand what I mean? These horses call us to a level of mastery in the realm of compassionate non-attachment. GET BIGGER 😊❤️
Yes, my answer was sort of a joke. I see now that whatever his choice is, it’s good, and that the process is one of growth for the both of us. And to have the patience and the trust to stay with it. Still, sometimes projections and projects do easily get in the way of this clarity.
And three a bit funny occasions recently on our journey. Mostly Gosi says no, but I do try to suggest things to him all the same, so he’s not left out. One day he himself suggested I should scratch his shoulder and we were both a bit baffled by this as I stood there and scratched him😊 Another day I asked him if he wanted to come and pick apples with me at the neighbour’s tree and he said yes really softly and rapidly, so we did. And today I saw him playing with the dogs in the snow from my window and later told him I saw them playing and he was very surprised I knew of their private ordeal, and I said it looked like fun and I was happy to see it❤️
Awww love these stories! Gosi sounds like an extremely special dude.
Also, did you do the tapping session with Cobra for him? That might be helpful. But it sounds like he’s on his path and is also a great teacher for you. Wonderful xo
Thank you, yes he really is ❤️ And I did Cobra’s tapping session for him, but it was too early, I think. Maybe the time is right now 🙏🏽 I do have this feeling that we’ve gone to hell and back together, decended to the unconscious and worked our way back up. We do still relapse to our repressions and projections at times, but less frequently, with less force and duration, and with more resilience and insight.
Oh yes, I see he has that ‘warrior’ soul – willing to hold the space for tough things. Namaste Gosi.