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        04-18-2008, 01:27 AM
      #11
    Weanling
    Seeing is believing
         
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        04-18-2008, 03:34 AM
      #12
    Foal
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by koomy56
    A lady I knew said animal communication is listening to your initial, gut thoughts and blurting them out.
    yes exactly! Because that is how animals think. No mixed messages, acting or contradictory thoughts. But to go from horse whisperer to being able to ask the horse which carrot brand they like the best is very different.
         
        04-18-2008, 04:10 AM
      #13
    Started
    Oh man, all the time! I fully believe that they know more about what is going on than we ever could.

    This didn't happen to me, but one of my friends were moving to a new barn. Thier Saddlebred was always a dream to load, but on the day they were to move him in the trailer he threw an absolute fit, and refused to load. It took them over half an hour to get him into the trailer. It really confused them. He had always been so good before. When they got to the highway, they were stopped by traffic. About half an hour before they got to that point, there had been a major wreck where someone crossed the middle and hit someone in thier lane head on. Coincidence? ? ?

    Horses are the ultimate Empaths, as well.
         
        04-18-2008, 04:19 AM
      #14
    Weanling
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by LadyDreamer
    Oh man, all the time! I fully believe that they know more about what is going on than we ever could.

    This didn't happen to me, but one of my friends were moving to a new barn. Thier Saddlebred was always a dream to load, but on the day they were to move him in the trailer he threw an absolute fit, and refused to load. It took them over half an hour to get him into the trailer. It really confused them. He had always been so good before. When they got to the highway, they were stopped by traffic. About half an hour before they got to that point, there had been a major wreck where someone crossed the middle and hit someone in thier lane head on. Coincidence? ? ?

    Horses are the ultimate Empaths, as well.
    OMGOSSH
         
        04-18-2008, 10:33 AM
      #15
    Weanling
    LadyDreamer: Isn't it too bad that we do not listen to our horses when they're obviously trying to tell us something? I really believe horse's are much more capable than we make them out to be. They try to tell us things, and we call them naughty! I have been trying lately to really listen to what they're actually offering me and take those small offerings and not expect such big ones.
    I'm sure the people who saw the crash thought about listening to their horses after that. :) Thanks for sharing!
         
        04-18-2008, 10:36 AM
      #16
    Weanling
    Quote:
    yes exactly! Because that is how animals think. No mixed messages, acting or contradictory thoughts. But to go from horse whisperer to being able to ask the horse which carrot brand they like the best is very different.
    Haha, I know. I think the communication is usually more deep than preferences of carrots, but you never know. Haha. Someone I'm sure has wanted to know all kinds of silly things.
    I'm going to do my two mares and let you all know if it was right on the money, or garbage that anyone could have told me. :) I'll let ya know!
         
        04-18-2008, 07:05 PM
      #17
    Foal
    Yes please keep us posted. I agree with you about how when horses try and tell us things we think they're trying to be naughty. Its simply because they cannot speak english :o
         
        04-19-2008, 05:01 PM
      #18
    Started
    My one friend spent the night and she had a very old, 60 year old, pony, not kidding. Well while she was at my house we were sleeping and she woke me up at 11:00 and said "Harlee, I think Blossom is dead." We decided to go back to bed and when we woke up the next morning my grams came in and said "Tricia and Harlee, I'm sorry but Blossom died last night." When we went to the barn, we found out that Blossom died at 11:00. Freaky..?
         
        04-20-2008, 02:13 PM
      #19
    Weanling
    I know, right? I really think if you listen to your gut you'd be surprised!! :)
         

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