People & Horses
Become Part of your Horse’s Herd and gain Insights and Skills to develop into the Leader your Horse chooses to follow. Inspired by wild Horses.
Studying the behaviour of wild horses has completely changed my understanding of and how I interact with my horses. The idea is that after becoming a herd member the horse offers you the herd leadership voluntarily. Let me give you an example of it when it comes to asking for space…
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When we have difficulties e.g. leading our horse, or the horse has a history of abuse or neglect, maybe with a former owner, then trying to ‘condition the behaviour away’ often doesn’t solve the problem. But what does, is becoming part of your horse’s herd as a – as I call it – ‘Cooperative Leader Plus’…
Being Herd will provide you with a backpack full of inspirations, tools, and skills for a profound transformation and inner development. This masterclass is designed as a 1-year self-paced online course with a monthly live Q and A session. Become the leader your horse chooses to follow.
In the wild, every horse, even a foal, can ask another horse for space within their own herd. Which signal the horse uses depends on the relationship, on the horse’s age, character, gender, situation, etc. So, when our horse considers us as a herd member, we can communicate our space naturally at any time, and on relationship level 5 we can also lead it safely in unfamiliar terrain without it pushing or jumping into us.
The physical and emotional space a horse needs depends on its character, namely, if it’s a fire, wood, earth, metal, or water personality type. But many horses experience that their personal space is not honored, e.g. through control-oriented training methods and as a defense mechanism, they become intrusive, fearful, or depressed. So, if we want to communicate our space naturally, we need to respect our horse’s boundaries too.
How much space we claim for ourselves also depends on our character and our experiences. If our horse repeatedly tries to enter our space, without being invited, then we ourselves also have a theme with boundaries, maybe we set them too early, too late, or incoherent. But our horse can only understand us naturally, if our emotions and actions are consistent and if what we communicate is reflected in our body language.
If our horse doesn’t respect our boundaries, then it’s time for relationship work and to determine what the horse needs from us to learn and grow. The next question is, do we already have what our horse needs or do we have to strengthen it in ourselves first, e.g. accepting ourselves for who we are, learning to set proper boundaries, being present, leading with ease and joy, not overwhelming the horse with our love, etc…
A Dream Journey
In this free Dream Journey, you will meet your horse at a special Place and you can then exchange everything you want each other to know.
Hi, I’m Britta
Registred Relationship Counsellor
I believe our Horses tell Stories about us and our Relationship and that it’s our unique Ability to read and guide each other that will allow us to create a Bond beyond what we’ve ever hoped for. Let me inspire you to learn from wild Horses how we can establish a more natural communication with each other – without conditioning and conflicts.
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Please send a message to the email below, if you have any questions or comments. I’m really looking forward to hearing about everything that’s on your mind.