Makah and Siyone are the latest herd members to go up to the Singing Horse Ranch – just in time for our CIRCLE Workshop the end of May! So I did a YouTube livestream after settling them in their own field.
My policy is that even if horses have only been separated for a couple of weeks, I never just put them in together right away. Instead I give them time/space to introduce themselves again, over a wood fence (not barb wire). I don’t presume to understand the complexities of herd dynamics and I continue to be surprised, so I figure it’s best to let the horses be in charge and tell me when I should let them be together.
When Cobra first arrived from the wild horse range, he had never met the herd before, but both he and the herd were ready for him to go in with them in 20 minutes.
With Makah and Siyone, I felt they were ready on Day 2, but Guliz wanted to put Raven and Omar in a separate field first, just to make sure there were no injuries. Her idea was to let Makah and Siyone integrate with the herd, then let Raven and Omar out again when all was calm. Good plan.
HOWEVER, Makah and Siyone got tired of waiting and a couple days after this video, they jumped the fence. All was fine though as they could outrun Omar and Raven! They are all doing well now, as they go through the process of integrating into one herd 🙂
You will see in this video a live, real-time demo of animal communication in action. And how we communicate with ALL our abilities – telepathically, body language, voice/tone, energy, pace/rhythm etc. It’s especially interesting because people on the livestream were asking questions specifically about animal communication. And Juno decided to give everyone a demo right then and there.
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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.
5 thoughts on “Horses Give Livestream Demo of Animal Communication”
My horses are doing the same thing these days! Licking the soil/ground for whatever. They lick the rocks, the soil and they paw at the ground… Something about spring & what they need. My horses are not eating any grass yet (very little that I cut for them occasionally).
Love that gorgeous spot and all that you are creating! Sounds like you have no plans to move there though? Or maybe that’s a process that takes time.
I am excited to see more of the herd integration!
No, my family does not want to live at the ranch, so I will just be visiting and using it as a retreat place.
And yes, it still feels like winter here – worst Spring ever!!
Ha ha ha, we are having the coldest spring on record here. But it’s not so bad, a bit of rain which is always welcome here, and lots of cloudy days. It’s keeping the flies away because it’s still in the 30s at nights.
Well, it’s certainly a great place for retreats and to be there to visit and hang out will be amazing!
I am still holding space to visit this land but excited to hear you still desire to come to California! Lovely video and looking forward to all that unfolds with continuing herd integration! ✌🏼💚🐴
Yes, but who knows when that will happen… apparently there is a 1-yr delay on all visa applications, so not anytime soon! I might go check out Costa Rica in the meantime…