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The Gift of Being Our Truest Selves

“While they are not “mirrors to our soul” as many have said, being sentient beings with their own personalities and feelings rather than merely reflections of ours, they certainly can help guide us into deeper communion with our own spirit as we explore what it means to connect with ourselves, each other, and our God.”…

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Cross Brain Connections: What Are They Good For Anyway?

How cross brain connections literally saved my life! In this blog I will discuss how a healthy brain develops and how trauma impacts this process by localizing neural connections in the lower regions of the brain, the part concerned with survival.  I will share ways we can capitalize on the brain’s neuroplasticity and capacity to…

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My Horse is NOT My Therapist

You’ve all seen them; those kitschy t-shirts, hats, and signs that proclaim, “My horse is my therapist.” I openly admit, I’ve contemplated buying one of those before or making a sign of my own with this endearing saying for the barn or my home. I liked it. It hit home for me. I felt it…

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But I Miss The Caterpillar: My story of transformation and loss

Secure attachment to this moment is about finding safety, security, and a perfect acceptance of what is, while still being free to miss what was, and long for what will be. In 2017 I was given the opportunity to practice one of the more difficult principles we teach in Natural Lifemanship – Secure attachment is…

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Spiritual Intimacy Grows with Connection through Detachment

When we sense God is with us, our relationship with God develops through the experience of connection with attachment. At other times, perhaps times of great loss or suffering, we may sense God is nowhere to be found. A joyful sense of connection seems to dissolve into a deep well of emptiness. We may then…

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