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She Takes My Breath Away... 

My horse Shana often takes my breath away.

She is so smart, so sensitive, so tuned-in and expressive.

Shana keeps me on my toes.

She is the energy balancer of our herd and always tells me when things are out of balance. ... read more

 
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Dialoging vs. Monologing with your Horse 

dialoging vs monologing

 

Building  a mindful connection   with your horse  by  'dialoging  vs.  monologing'.

This video shows  so perfectly   how willing our horses -  but truly all animals -   are  to have a dialog   with us.

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Releasing Anxiety Patterns In Our Horses 

Posted by Nicole Birkholzer Wednesday, September 23, 2015 9:49:00 AM Categories: #1 S Be in the now #2 S Gather information #3 S Hypothesize #4 S Take action Horses MC Wheel
I have shared a little about my friend Mary’s horse Zander, a copper colored Morgan, in a previous blog (Is your horse a Sentry?)

A few days ago, Mary sent me an email describing an experience she had with Zander that is so worth sharing.

Here are Mary’s words … ... read more

 
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Dealing With The Death Of A Pet 

Dealing with the death of a pet

One of the most challenging things us   pet owners  have to do it deal with an ailing, or dying pet.
The Mindful Connections Principles and the Wheel can help you sort things out  and support your decisions. ... read more
 
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My New Gig On "Your Tango" 

Posted by Nicole Birkholzer Wednesday, August 12, 2015 9:53:00 PM Categories: #4 S Take action
I am excited!
I am officialy a regular contributor on the popular blogsite Yourtango.com.

A few months ago, YourTango approached me to become one of their relationship experts. ... read more

 
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Tricky Thing - But You Can Help 

Posted by Nicole Birkholzer Wednesday, August 05, 2015 8:21:00 AM Categories: #4 S Take action Horses
A few years ago, a photographer took pictures of a wild stallion saving one of his off-springs from drowning.

A video was produced, and more than 1.5 million people have watched the incredible rescue. 

Here is the problem ... ... read more

 
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