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post #11 of 62 Old 11-28-2010, 01:05 PM
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It's not really encouraging when you find one who lists 'actress' as another profession...
I think I'll pass on her.
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post #12 of 62 Old 11-28-2010, 01:13 PM
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It's not really encouraging when you find one who lists 'actress' as another profession...
I think I'll pass on her.
Yep, that's a keeper!
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post #13 of 62 Old 11-28-2010, 01:16 PM
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I rode my dads horse Littleman into town, and an older lady asked if she could pet him, I said yes. And she started talking to him like he was telling her something. I thought it was weird because he was half asleep. Its not like he was sweaty, we pretty much walked all the way there. He was pretty frisky going home, too.
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post #14 of 62 Old 11-28-2010, 01:29 PM
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The first thing I learnt, is that our horses can hear us. They hear out thoughts and they can hear our conversations when we "bump" them - meaning, when we picture them in our minds and we say their name.

It was also explained to me, that if you hear that "voice" in the back of your head - a random thought that pops in your head, or that "gut feeling" when you are around your horse or riding - that's your horse talking to you.

We just have to learn to listen. That is the biggest step we can take to start out.

I have another friend who can "feel" the horses emotions or thoughts. You ask your horse a question, and she gets emotions. For example, I asked Nelson "Do you like to Event?" and she instantly got goose bumps all over her body and positive vibes - so her translation was "abosolute, he loves it"

I have another who gets "pictures" in her head. She cannot hear a voice, she cannot hear words - she just gets pictures or visions.

So everyone gets the transmition differently - but that just goes to show that everyone's development differs from one another.

Just learn to tap into it mentally. They say we all have that ability to do so. Some are more developed and progressed than others. Meditation is another big step to take, to learn how to just quiet your mind, meditate and think of your horse.


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post #15 of 62 Old 11-28-2010, 01:34 PM
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Oh, like that gut feeling that the horse is in pain.
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post #16 of 62 Old 11-28-2010, 01:38 PM
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My mom told me that "gut feeling" was exactly like the gut feeling she has towards us kids. She can always tell when something is not right with us, or one of us is in trouble.

I believe in animal communicators.

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post #17 of 62 Old 11-28-2010, 01:43 PM
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Yep - that gut feeling.

If you go to the barn and your horse is in his stall and you are getting your tack together to get ready to ride - and all of a sudden, a thought pops in your head, or you get an emotion that comes over you, or you get that "gut feeling" that something is trying to come across to you - listen to it. My friends tell me, that is your horse talking to you.

The more you awknowledge it, the more you accept it and "LISTEN" - the stronger it'll get.

The other thing I learnt - is to be completely honest with your horse. Tell them the truth, they know when you are hiding things, they aren't stupid. Talk to them, tell them about your day, ask then questions - get closer to your horse, bond with them - more than just riding. Spend time with your horse. Become "one", become "Together".

You don't even have to be in their presence to be connected. Sit at home, quiet, light candles if you want, and just - relax. Learn to meditate, learn to quiet yourself and your mind - and see your horse in your head, and just "feel" and breathe.

The important thing is - is to quiet your mind. Let everything leave your thoughts, and just be "blank"

Very hard to do, I have yet to accomplish that. My mind always trails off onto some stupid random thoughts.

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post #18 of 62 Old 11-28-2010, 02:05 PM
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Sometimes I hate that gut feeling.
We are 700 miles away from our horses(going back tomarrow, yay), and one day I was an anxious wreck, I NEEDED to go home! And then later that night, we had a huge problem with the cops. Our neighbor keeps trying to get the horses taken away from us. And the cops were out, illegally, walking around our property doing our neighbor a "favor" that day. UGH!
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post #19 of 62 Old 11-28-2010, 02:29 PM
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I always get a feeling when something is wrong with my pets.

My 13year old dog was taken to the vets one day when i was at work i had NO idea this was going on, At 11o clock tea i kept saying i just cant get satisified dunno whats wrong i felt really odd. At 11o clock my dog had been put down and i sensed it.
My bond is strongest wiht mag but still not in tune with her at all

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post #20 of 62 Old 11-28-2010, 02:32 PM
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That is so weird you mention the gut feeling thing, MIE. I just had the strangest thing when I went out to play Parelli with Molly. She was excellent and calm during all the 7 games, and when we were finished, something told me to get on this horse, right now, in the round pen, bareback, with just her rope halter. So I did, and she was perfect. I would never imagine I could ride this horse in just a halter....and she was perfect!
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