Running with the Horses

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By Carmen

Tap into your marvelous intuition

Your experiences can help others because no one had walked the path of life as you have done.

This can be a wonderful way of writing a memoir. We all agree that living in the Information Age means we are in a search mode to find not just information, but create a community; did you know there is a cool concept as a Membership Community? Will elaborate on this topic in another post.

It is easy to write from a personal perspective that allows us to connect directly with their readers. A marvelous connection because allows you to interact and share ideas with other like-minded people, join me as will share with you and the world.

Free horses move like a school of fish when they run, they feed off each other’s energy and direction. Horses actually depend on the herd for a feeling of well-being. In the herd, they exist cooperatively: they stand head to tail to help keep pests away and they guard one another so that they can feel safe enough to sleep. If a horse is alone, he may never fully relax.

Many horses will run just to run. They aren’t always running away from something; sometimes they are running for something. Sure, some horses don’t like putting much effort into things. But most horses love to run.

Horses on the other hand are all about instinct and intuition. Because they are masters of sensory awareness and sensory processing (this is proven scientific research) they don’t question how they feel about a situation because they are designed to listen and trust their instincts and intuition – how they feel.

I think running with the horses is a way to be freer, to breathe, to think, to re-connect with your intuition.

 

When God created the horse, he said to the magnificent creature: I have made thee as no other. All the treasures of the earth shall lie between thy eyes. Thou shalt cast thy enemies between thy hooves, but thou shalt carry my friends upon they back. Thy saddle shall be the seat of prayers to me. And thou fly without any wings, and conquer without any sword

In the ancient book reads “And this is how I saw the horses and their riders in my vision: the riders had breastplates [the color] of fire and of hyacinth (sapphire blue) and of brimstone (yellow); and the heads of the horses looked like the heads of lions; and from out of their mouths came fire and smoke and brimstone (burning sulfur)”. Revelation 9:17 Amp

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