Listen To Your Horse – Energy, Body & Environment

When we think about ‘listening to our horse’ or animal communication, many of us automatically think about telepathy. Receiving pictures, impressions, feelings, ideas, or entire thought packages from our horse. But we also need to remember how horses communicate with each other! They rarely just use telepathy alone, but rather, they utilize the entire spectrum of communication open to them.

So when you go out to connect with your horses, or to see where they’re at, how they’re doing – maybe one of them is injured or sick – practice paying attention to ALL the information in their world. Nothing can substitute for quality time simply observing everything you can perceive. Meandering along with them as they graze, doing a thorough exploration of their entire physical environment, noticing what all the other elements and creatures in their environment are up to, and so on.

Note: This means your phone is turned OFF or left in your car. Even the teens and youth who help out with the horses automatically put their phones in Airplane Mode when they’re here – they all intuit that they cannot be fully present, nor receive the herd’s gifts, if they are distracted by their phones beeping or vibrating.

This video is an example of me doing exactly that on this summer afternoon – notice all the important information I receive simply from observing all there is to be observed…

Listen To Your Horse – Energy, Body & Environment

8 thoughts on “Listen To Your Horse – Energy, Body & Environment

  • July 31, 2022 at 6:24 am
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    coconut oil for creatures great &small Rx ALL conditions…topically et internally

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    • August 1, 2022 at 9:15 pm
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      Yes! We offered coconut oil first actually, but she refused it. And we wondered if it would have exacerbated the sunburn? She has had coconut oil before and she also likes to eat chunks of it!

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  • August 1, 2022 at 2:34 pm
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    I wonder is the wasp/hornet energy feels the general drawing away of energy from the barn. The horses are going to the ranch, you mentioned the trees are drawing away to prepare for clear cutting, and your energy is divided now with the ranch. Kesia is gone, Güliz is gone, you are going — all is drawing away from this once thriving ecosystem and energy hub. Maybe the wasp/hornet energy feels that too, taking itself off into the trees and away from the barn.

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    • August 1, 2022 at 9:12 pm
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      YES!! The entire place feels like there’s just an air of waiting, combined with withdrawal. I still don’t know what’s going to happen for this winter… I may bring Zorra back so there are three horses there. Or I may bring Aude and Kaliah up to the ranch. The pathway is not clear yet.

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  • August 2, 2022 at 1:57 pm
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    Hello to all! From watching the video I gather as if Kaliah and Aude were giving some space to the new ecosystem that is working on finding a new balance after one species (horses) have been reduced in numbers (and eventually completely removed from that area). Life is looking for a new way of coexisting :). Very fascinating!

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    • August 2, 2022 at 2:53 pm
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      I like that perspective Daniela – of the horses actively supporting the ecosystem to reorganize 🙂 I also see that you just purchased the Fierce Feminine workshop – I would LOVE to hear what you think of it whenever you’re ready to share!

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  • August 7, 2022 at 8:27 am
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    Such a changing environment! So fascinating to see this space with only the two mares left. We have been on this land now for 8 years and although our environment is not as diverse because of climate and drought it has been very interesting to observe and feel and witness the ebb and flow of the rhythms of the land! I am curious if you have felt any obvious concerns from Aude and Kaliah being left there now that all the others are gone?
    ✌🏼💚🐴

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  • August 7, 2022 at 10:10 am
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    I haven’t felt any concerns from them. But certainly they seem bored. The horses told me years ago that there needs to be a minimum of three horses to be herd. But now I can see/feel what they mean. Two horses is very calm and peaceful, but all the dynamics that define a herd and the way it functions are missing. They were very different when Zo was still here. There’s a certain energy, tension, variety that enters when you move from 2 to 3. I (and many other parents) have also noticed this with children. Two is company, but three is a party!

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