Soul Seeker by Emily Peak

In dealing with horses,we’re constantly trying to get to know them and their personalities. Knowing such invaluable information lets us train them with ease and have a harmonious relationship with them.

By looking to them though,we are forced to look at ourselves and change things about us that makes us easier to get along with and learn things. Is the horse frightful? Is it because our energy is predator like? Did we bring stress from the outside world into the barn?

In this way we are forced to recognize our behavior which is usually directed by our thoughts.

Search your soul to learn the key to better relationships with not just horses but with humans too!

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  • Rosemaree
    Rosemareealmost 6 years ago

    Emily that is so true… I love horses and we have five here at the moment and every one of them is different. they all have their own personalities and foibles just as we humans have. They are very astute animals and can definately feel if you are stressed or scared or angry.. just as they know when you are confident or happy. I have seen many horses with social issues caused b ‘riders’ and trainers that have forced the horse to do something against its will or nature… this is always distressing for me..When i got y horse
    cheyene he was so head shy and very scared… it turns out that the place he came from they would use a twist to pull back his head by tying his ear. it made his re-training very dificult at first… he was so scared of everything. but finally he was as quiet as a mouse and absolutely a dream t ride. But he has gone to live with a relative as i ma no longer allowed to ride after my traffic acident and he is just so happy. The woman he lives with spoils him rotten.
    anyway back to your statement… I believe that the true horseman is able to communicte with any horse without threat or physical punishment… he will take his time to learn about the horse and to understand its moods… he will take as much tie as the horse needs… he will give the horse praise for the great job it is doing learning something new. and most of all treat it with the same respect that he expects from another cowboy/hrseman or any one else he meets in his day…
    Pity that here are so few true horsemen and women when compared to the number of people who own and ride horses…

  • Rose I am just now seeing this! Thanks for the comment and story! :)

    – Emily Peak

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