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post #11 of 12 Old 03-06-2011, 01:34 PM
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He makes me wonder, if he's put hooks into me or created a cord?? Because when we have a bad day together, I don't feel like talking to him, but when im home I randomly have him pop into my head and I feel like he wants me around right then and there!! So I feel guilty.. but when im around I feel him pulling me to him with a single gaze.. Should I meditate to release any hooks?? Or is that just me being over protective?
I don't want to release any hooks if it means cutting communications spiritually between us, I love the advantage we have! Millions of people wish they knew what their horse was thinking. We do. We are lucky, I don't want to have the good without my fair share of bad.. What the heck to do?! Xx

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post #12 of 12 Old 03-06-2011, 01:38 PM
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Wonderful thread!
I think it's easier in the arena, than out in "the world" to keep your minds together, in sync. It's less about the weight of the thought, more in what direction it goes. For example, I was trying out counter-canter, and it took some time before my horse realized she was supposed to be on the "wrong" lead. It's not easy for her, but once she figured out the plan, I no longer have to ride it so hard, trying to do all those things I'm supposed to, because she's doing all the trying herself.

The thought is heavier than the rider!?
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