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The seminar requested by horses! “Heart Of The Horse”
The recent “Heart of the Horse” seminar, in the Byron Bay region of Australia, was a wonderful weekend for 11 human participants and 5 horses to connect and learn about each other.
Heart Of The Horse Seminars 2018 are about building trust, respect, confidence, and leadership in which horse and human become intelligently thinking / feeling partners, who look out for each other.
On the weekend of Aug 5-6, 2017, nearly a dozen people gathered quietly with three horses. The days were beautiful, relaxed, and misty. The horses and people were wonderful, honest, and full of mystery. At Odyssey Farm, a beautiful equine … Continue reading
In late May / early June (2017) I spent nearly two weeks in Maria Hoop (Netherlands), where I led another successful “Heart of the Horse” seminar, with 3 wonderful horses and about 14 equally wonderful people. See photos and testimonials … Continue reading
I recently led a “Heart of the Horse” seminar with people and horses, at the Teveton Center, in Byron Bay, Australia.
Thank you Nathalie, and Julie, for hosting me for the two ‘ground-work’ seminars I taught there on Nov 5 and 6, and the evening of Nov 8, in 2016. I had a wonderful time. You have an amazing place. All … Continue reading
The Vision of Fear-No-More partnered with 53 donors from around the world to help families in a remote island village in the deep, blue, tropical, Koro Sea, Fiji.
As Ramana Maharshi was nearing the end of his bodily human life (1879-1950) one of the roaming peacocks of the ashram flew onto the roof above his bed, making a loud rattle and clatter. Hearing the bird, Ramana asked, “Has … Continue reading
Time spent with camels and other animals, as well as human and spiritual mentors, has shown me that leadership is really a transcendental thing. At its most simple, true leadership is an offering, or an invitation, nothing more…