The Three Teachers

Full access to all courses and classes are assigned as per your Kjrsos Guide

Course Studies

Any Equine Facilitated Learning Program can only exist because of the horses. This work incorporating Kjrsos, the horse who as a teacher, guide, mentor, and healer for us humans, amplifies what is possible.  Makes easy what seems improbable. With the horses at our sides, we learn the beauty and the healing of how to learn how to become what is possible inside of us.  Finding the joy and the harmony, the beauty and the connection, the belonging to what we are a part of.  But this work is not for all horses, and they must be allowed to choose.  And it is important for us to support them, to be responsible for their emotional well-being and help and support them with the job that they have taken upon themselves. In here lies the seeds of the success of any program.  

But more than this we have to be aware of the difference between the conscious and the unconscious horse and how to heal those that have lost that part of themselves.  After all that is our responsibility but more than that we can't expect the unconscious horse to be a healer, to fulfil his destiny as a guide to that which we don't seem to be aware of.  It is here perhaps that we can do the most good brining the unconcious horse back to health and return to a state of conscious awareness.

While it is Kjrsos, the horse who as a teacher, guide, mentor, and healer for us humans, amplifies what is possible makes easy what seems improbable. With the horses at our sides, we learn the beauty and the healing of how to learn how to become what is possible inside of us.  Finding the joy and the harmony, the beauty and the connection, the belonging to what we are a part of.  Those who help the horses in this task, are facing a formidable yet loving task.  To be there in support of both human and horse.  Helping guide the way, while staying out of the way.  Letting the journey unfold as it must for each individual.  This is not our journey, it is theirs.  A difficult task to balance when we often just want to help.