his photo was posted on Facebook by Horse Talk with the following caption, "Breathe deep, because no one will ever understand your love for that "horse smell" or the peace it brings your soul."
I always take deep breaths while with my horses. They are relaxing, satisfying, quiet, and private moments that cleanse by soul. I also match my breathing with theirs and do meditation with them. These moments are incredible and everyone should experience them.
Meditation is merely the act of breathing and being conscious of the moment, of yourself, of your surroundings without all of the outside chatter in your world. Guided meditation helps you gain this sense of being and helps keep you there, allowing the experience to flow. The moment could be a minute, an hour, and anywhere you choose, it is very personal and individual.
I help people with meditation in various situations. I teach people how to meditate and even offer guided meditation sessions with and without your horse, dog, etc. Let me know if you'd like an appointment to get started! Your life will be changed, for the better.
Michelle Young is a horse lover, animal advocate, Reiki Master Teacher, holistic healer, Parelli Savvy Club Gold Member and Level 3 Student, academic library director, professor, and more. Contact Michelle.
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