What Lives in our Heart
The first lesson of what we can put in our hearts so that our heart space is something that the horse responds to when he meets us.
Aspirational: A strong desire for something
Here at Kjrsos we are aspirational. Driven to a purpose that has overtaken our lives.
An aspiration that makes us feel hopeful, joyful, as well as giving us a sense of peace.
An aspiration for a transformation where we bring health and joy and maybe even a form of love to this earth, to our lives, and to the lives of those who share this space with us.
I stepped onto the property and I could feel it right away. Think butterflies and flowers, a warm spring day, a warmth and a gentleness that nourishes the spirit and I knew at that moment that someone very special lived here. And from that moment forward I felt I was with someone who I felt was unique, special for what she could do.
Best if We Can Raise Our Heart Space Before We Approach the Horse
The challenge to us as participants and guides is how and what can we do, what can we suggest, what Experience can we suggest that can help raise our heart space to a higher loving level. Find a place of sweet peace, of a gentle joy that we can bring into our heart and have it stay for awhile.
The barn is where we have those who understand who and what we are.
Others that are instantly friends as we are bonded by our love of horses. So it makes sense that for many the barn and the arena is a place of social integration.
That might work for you, but it doesn't necessarily work for the work you are doing with your horses.
I have a friend who I love quite dearly, and I listen and what I hear is not what I think she thinks I hear. She shares the drama at the apartment complex that she lives in. A place where the upstairs neighbour has become involved with the good looking neighbour across the hall and how that has the entire apartment complex up in an uproar, after all, the upstairs neighbour has kids, and now they are running back and forth between the two places, and after all, that isn't what they signed up for. I mean, I do understand that when they came here, it was the understanding they would be free of kids stomping down the hall and barking dogs. I get that.