To know and understand the natural horse, we better know, understand and accept ourselves --as well as others!
South Central Pennsylvannia
near Chambersburg, Pa.
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Lot's to think about, to jell and re-think, as she was going back home. To return or not to. Why, and what for? Those inner turbines were spinning --to figure it all out!
And then --we received this:
I have been searching. Questioning what it is that I believe in, what my place that is in this world, why I am feeling the way that I am. It was a quest that started on April fools day – of all the ironic dates to begin, yet in Tarot cards ‘the fool’ represents a quest, a journey taken child-like into the unknown, a time when life is re-started, a time to enjoy new beginnings and see life with “new’ eyes and to enjoy it. It is apt.
Synchronicity, faith and perfect timing led me to Rose from half a world away – the shores of Queensland, Australia to Central , Pennsylvania. Her adepts of “Be like a child”, “Faith without feet is dead” and “God’s timing is perfect” persist me along on my fool’s journey, her lessons in safety and survival in dealing with horses parallel my life issues I am dealing with at present, her unwavering faith in the face of adversities and her stories sustain me with the courage to continue down the path I have chosen to travel and to nourish my search for myself.
During my three day retreat with Rose, the physical and emotional challenges faced through the support of the horses in her herd, are still reverberating months later. Each aspect bringing new insight and discovery and opening my heart to a new way of being that resounds with love for life intentionally led. And when that intent is for the highest good of all life is expansive and joyous.