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We unraveled a horse’s past today…not through horsemanship handling instead through animal communication. What we discovered would have taken me a while to have assessed, but instead it came straight from the horse’s mouth. He shared his two sides; that of a pocket “pony” and the contrast of the debilitating fear that he is overcome by on occasions ~ where he cannot trust himself or rely on himself and therefore would not be in a position to support a rider. With incredible reactions, not thought out, and no coping skills to respond he could spin, spook, back-up and be so fast that not many could ride during those moments. His body would take over, with no space for his mind to think. It felt like PTS, without particular standard triggers, but instead unfamiliar circumstances or unexpected circumstances that would startle him to bring on such a reaction. 90% of the time he is that puppy dog, relaxed, kind and capable, straight forward happy and unconcerned. In controlled situations there would be no matter for concern and arena riding would work. He appreciates repetition, structure even and has had some exposure, although remains somewhat innocent with a dominant side. Difficult for most trainers to discern for not all situations would display or bring this behavior forward making him unpredictable. A Western approach, with understanding is the way to go. In the past he would have experienced a trainer that persisted, even “nagged” him during a time of fear thus unleashing adrenaline he could not handle creating an individual so reactive that few could muster. A common approach to talk at a horse and not with a horse, common to create a system and technique vs listening and adapting. Common to push on and push through, common to raise the pain with the stick. Most will hold the horse tapping them with a stick to “encourage” them to go over an object, not realizing when to stop, when to pause, and when to change their methods. Not knowing how much pressure its causing, as they seek the end result. Or even consider that this may be classed as invasive, abusive or damaging and violating. Its all in the eye of the receiver… Most horses can and will adjust and adapt, giving in, giving up, accepting and acknowledging the style, while others will be deemed dangerous as they are not able to comprehend and process and thus “resist”. His personality and past required another kind of training to support his needs. Scared and not able to let go, he held onto this piece of his past within his body ~ like so many people do too. Some by choice as it defines them, some out of necessity and some not knowing how to release. He just knew he held on..for that time he would need to leave…It was within him, lodged deep down even if it no longer served him, he could not truly know that and even if he did his body held on tightly. Now he would most benefit from a person who rides out as part of their job, an individual who could integrate him into their day. Not “train” him, but instead include him into their activities and with it give him a chance to explore, experience and learn..without pressure of 30,60 or 90 days. Ride him with understanding and kindness, not reprimand and have to be “right”…not kick, beat or insist..show him another way. Not everyone is up to the task and not everyone has the environment conducive. He would then progress and just maybe be in a position to let the past go and trust in himself more. Meanwhile light hearted training, tricks, interactions and enjoyment is the way to continue forward and thus he can release the past and pave the way for a future that accepts him no matter who he is…just like we ask from our human partners..acceptance. And that he has at the place he calls home:)
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Below you will find Anna’s powerful tale of a horse who experienced something that most of us wish and pray that we never have to, and the miracle that ensued on behalf of the horse and the students of that year’s HHC. But first, a note from our partner in publication:
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Published by our great friends in Natural Equine Hoof Care, The Horse’s Hoof, learn about Ledger, a rescue horse who experienced Animal Communication and Reiki Healing as his final horse/human interaction on this earth.
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Watch our most successful Wild Animal Consultation Video with Jungle the Skunk, reaching over 11K people to date!
International Animal Communicator, Anna, pays a visit to Kids Saving the Rainforest, in Costa Rica, to speak with Jungle the Skunk. Through their conversation, Anna hopes to help with her rehabilitation and possible release back to the wild.
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Meet Darwin and Nina!
Jennifer Rice, founder of Kids Saving the Rain Forest asks Anna to check in with two of her special monkeys and they step forward to say “thank you”. They soon discover that Nina misses many moments from the past. Can the changes be made?
Calling All Communicators, and Those Who Want to Learn!
This is your chance to be immersed in some of the best horseback riding the world has to offer while you hone your innate ability to communicate with all life!
Watch the sun rise and set over the most spectacular desert scenery you will ever see. Then, in the evening, after a fun-filled day, relax in your cabin while listening to the coyotes calling in the distance. All of this while Anna takes you on a journey into the world of animal communication.
In this supportive atmosphere, you will learn to enhance the animal communication skills you already have (even if you don’t know it!) and share in a fun and rewarding experience. By learning to tap into and use your innate abilities, you will quickly discover how you too can converse with the animals.
Anna has worked around the country and around the world helping individuals to communicate and better understand their animal companions. With Anna, you will enjoy an interactive conversation with your animal friends, learning their perspectives on situations, behaviors, and life knowledge. Having the opportunity to find out what your animal companion’s thoughts, feelings, and attitudes are can greatly enhance your relationship and bring great joy and happiness to your life.
A sacred sneak-peek and backstage pass to the sloth rescue and sanctuary in Costa Rica. He speaks silently and softly as he shows his story of being hurt and shares his physical condition with linguist, Anna, and the founder, Jennifer Rice, of Kids Saving the Rain Forest.
**DONUT UPDATE** He will be moved to the sanctuary as the Kids Saving the Rainforest #1 ambassador. We will be able to check in on him regularly to see how he is progressing! So stay tuned for more of his story yet to come…
For several years now, we have traveled to Costa Rica during the winter for our Ride with Roth and Reiki Retreat, aka, the Healing Journey in Paradise. This is a dream, a retreat, it’s a little bit of everything, and we love it as much as the students do, which is why we go back year after year.
One of the many benefits of working as an Animal Communicator is lending one’s services at rescues and rehabilitation facilities. In Costa Rica, Anna partnered with Kids Saving the Rainforest to connect with some very unique souls who were offered a voice as to their wishes, perceived setbacks or limitations, and in order to bring clarity to their full rehabilitation process. Vickie Wickhorst of the Colorado Sage Learning Center interviews Anna about the once-in-a-lifetime experience upon her return.
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