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What’s Your Horse Thinking by Jennifer Meyer

How do horses experience fear? What makes the difference between a horse spooking or thinking when it’s scared of something? How and why do horses sometimes attach fear about a situation to a specific object? All those questions and more are answered in the article “What’s Your Horse Thinking” by Jennifer Forsberg Meyer that shares […]

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Posted in: Equine Behavior and Psychology, EquuSynced Immersion

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The Energy Roller Coaster and The Energy Elevator

  Do you ever experience unpleasantly high energy in your body, whether it be stress, anxiety, obsession about a topic, or another cause that you can’t seem to diffuse or “shut off”? Do you ever experience unpleasantly low energy in your body, whether it stems from depression, sadness, fatigue, hopelessness or another cause that you […]

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Posted in: Equine Assisted Life Coaching, Equine Experiential Coaching, EquuSynced Immersion

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The Missing Ingredient in Your Relationship with Your Horse: PLAY

When was the last time you played with your horse? When was the last time you spent as much time or more doing something other than riding work that both you and your horse find enjoyable? Human and equine relationships are based on and strengthened by two main acts: overcoming challenges together and playing together. […]

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Posted in: Equine Experiential Coaching

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