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Animal Communication Can Help
If you're seeing a persistant behavior issue with your horse, and feel stuck, here's something to try.
Send your animal a scene of the outcome you're trying to achieve, instead of focusing on the wrong behavior that keeps being repeated.
In this example, I had received 2 requests this month from riders whose horses were having issues with canter departures. Animal communication is a heart-based emotional exchange of energy, thoughts, feelings, and images, sometimes in lightning-fast progression.
The art of animal communication is to be able to gently grasp these fleeting messages as they fly by, to acknowledge them, and to keep the conversation flowing.
Following communications with each animal, I was able to nail down the reason for the problem, and give recommendations as to how to work through the problem. Both times, I had also mentioned that the owner should send her horse a picture of how she wanted the departure to be attained, realizing that the horse would get this and more easily grasp what was being asked.
Once we know how your animal sees the state of affairs, you’ll know better how to individualize your routine or the way in which you are training, to be better in tune with what your animal needs in order to move forward.
We can all get into the trap of visualizing undesired results in a situation like this. We unconciously prepare ourselves to fear and expect the worst, and then look here! The worst happens. By utterly imagining the outcome you are trying to achieve, and then giving that distinct image to your animal, you'll advance your instruction and both of you will be able to move on quicker.
This is a type of animal communication which maureen practices, and there is much information available about this process on her website, at http://www.animaltranslations.com.
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