Time for reflection Life in lockdown.  We have our time reorganized. Time is  all we really have in life but we often think we do not have enough.  Now we have had our organization of time altered for a while so the potential to react differently is possible. The world might be a different place…

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    “I am so grateful now more than ever to be an equestrian and have this lifestyle.  I can continue to do what I always do, and I have the freedom to get on my horse and go ride!” Thank you Helen for sharing your horse-heart seed while we are sheltering in place.  …

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  As I continue on this path with horses, I felt drawn to re-visit Cameo, CO where a group of wild horses lives. My trip to India was about seeking Absolute Truth and Love. My trip to Cameo was about seeking insight into the free will and living conditions of an animal that needs space…

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Georgia asked me to write a short story about the unexpected adventure. As a youth, I had a passion for challenging trail rides. Cottonwood trail allowed me to dip into that almost unforgotten passion. Beautiful pre-Autumn day, two fit endurance horses, a friend (Carol), and free time to see the wild mustangs. Even as a…

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As I step out of my winter casita, I see this smiling face and take it as a nice reminder to start the day in inner peace.

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Long or short, increments of honoring the self wellness of a retreat. Even just 5 minutes.  

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If your mental attitude is positive, even when threats abound, you won’t lose your inner peace. On the other hand, if your mind is negative, marked by fear, suspicion and feelings of helplessness, even among your best friends, in a pleasant atmosphere and comfortable surroundings, you won’t be happy.

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