Herd Livestream – Quarantine Trauma & New Stories

One of our horse listeners, Erin Lopes, is a high school teacher in California. She is using videos of the Singing Horse herd as part of her curriculum with her students – and interestingly the impact and retention of the horses’ lessons often supersedes other course content.

So when Erin reached out to see if the herd had any wisdom to share with her fellow teachers, and those in positions of leadership during this difficult time, I suggested we do a Live Zoom call and see what happens…

Herd Livestream – Quarantine Trauma & New Stories

4 thoughts on “Herd Livestream – Quarantine Trauma & New Stories

  • August 23, 2020 at 7:45 am
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    Well just like the video with the young lady this is so refreshing and inspiring to know there are teachers out there looking and seeking out alternative ways to empower and enlighten our youth! Teachers can truly change your life and I had the privilege of several that impacted me very positively! My son also had a teacher in fourth grade that helped him achieve and strengthen his learning to a much higher level!
    I appreciate you and the herd being part of something so important!
    Through this Pandemic I have felt so thankful that I love and adore where I live and am completely content to stay here for weeks on end or indefinitely if that needs to happen!
    I would of never come to this land and way of life without the horses and my gratitude to them and for them is something that is immeasurable!
    Very powerful Jini! Love these very inspiring videos this morning!
    ✌🏼💚🐴

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    • August 23, 2020 at 7:43 pm
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      Thank you Michelle! And yes, it’s so cool that she’s using the horses to teach her students – wish I’d had a teacher like that!!

      And your last paragraph – SNAP! Exactly how I feel about my hidden away piece of land with the herd, the youth, and the rest of us who’ve been able to come out here in total privacy and escape the chaos/fear of the mainstream. Don’t know what I would have done without it!!

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  • August 23, 2020 at 11:13 am
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    Hi Jini, I find your work with your horses so inspiring. It has taken my interaction with my own horses to a whole new level, and I am truly grateful. I just loved your observations about the hornets too! Best wishes from Scotland. S

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    • August 24, 2020 at 10:38 pm
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      Thank you S! And thanks so much for your lovely donation 🙂 I would love to hear what has shifted for you with your horses – or even just a story that illustrates the changes… if you feel like sharing xo

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