Whatever happens in an equine session will be determined in what occurs between the client and the horse(s).
Usually there is some insight on how the client manages their relationship: how open the client is, who is in control of the relationship, who gives and who takes.
Horses can be really good at showing these dynamics and bringing these topics to the attention of the client.
This happened in a recent session, where the horse was very assertive about the kind of attention she wanted. Although there was a lot of humour, some deeper realisation also happened when the client considered some family matters.
Horses can pick up on the person’s needs and preferences, by emotional attunement (called limbic resonance). So the response from the horse will be congruent and authentic – even though no words are spoken.
Here’s the feedback received from the client:
“Thank you so much for a truly wonderful day! It was a real eye opener for me and very inspirational.”
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