Friday, September 29, 2017
|Irrigation and 26 degrees. As I drive down the road...|
Definition: EquiSeers expand mindfulness of ethical and compassionate horsemanship for the well-being of horses and humans in all equestrian disciplines.
Mission: Expanding and enhancing equestrianism.
Vision: Empowering people through mindfulness and awareness to expand ethical and compassionate horsemanship with experiential learning and techniques while unifying mind, body, and spirit.
|Art glacier in Antarctica. Not much different? (photo credit CNN)|
Saturday, September 23, 2017
Walking is decreasing and riding is increasing, but walking is still a form of meditation for me.
It has become even more clear that my path to my spiritual heart is one of reason/intellect even though the heart is significantly involved. Both ladders reach the same point of Oneness, but the point of reflex, response, and examination is clearly different. The more I study humanity, the more clear my own approach becomes apparent. Even a point of separation and something to be considered.
Sunday, September 10, 2017
|Three bears taking a nap.|
|Looking for apples after knocking them out of the tree.|
|Safe distance from the porch.|
Friday, September 1, 2017
Monday, August 21, 2017
Saturday, August 19, 2017
|I am not this religion, but I have a deep respect for the statue in the field.|
Thirty years ago I began a professional riding career, living/working internationally, and observing myself in the process. It started in Hungary while meeting Andrea and now I reflect upon this while in Hungary staying at Andrea’s farm. A lot is happening in the world with radicalization, racism, and terrorism. A lot is happening in the world with love, truth, and compassion. I don’t find the ostrich approach with my head in the sand is in alignment with the responsibility and evolution of my spiritual heart. Race, religion, and politics are the outer wear we dress in along with gender, culture, skin color, and more. Walking in the outer and inner world is challenging, since they are often not in alignment. At this point, I need to keep trying to walk the talk as I deepen in the understanding of my true nature. Thoughts matter, words matter, actions matter, and the relentless practice of self examination and not just self justification.