The Heart

The heart, physically and metaphorically, is the key to an inner-knowing that can provide us with fulfillment, calm and healing.

One that can be so deeply rooted within yourself, that only you can know and feel it.

Science has shown that the heart communicates with the body and brain on various different levels. The HeartMath Institute has been studying these patterns for over 30 years now.

The heart is the most powerful source of electromagnetic energy in the human body. According the researchers, the heart has a higher level of intelligence than the brain.

The electrical activity generated by the heart can be measured (ECG) and detected up to 5 feet away from the body in all directions.

A coherent heart rhythm is what allows the body to recover and adjust to stressful situations. This is what allows us to heal from stressful, traumatic times in our lives without the lasting effects on our nervous systems.

A coherent heart pattern is an excellent measure of well-being and is consistent with emotional states of calm and joy.

The Horse

The horse’s electromagnetic field is 5 times larger than that of a human. It is stronger and can directly influence your own heart rhythm.

Horses are likely to have a coherent heart rhythm which explains why we feel better when we are around them.

Horses naturally scan their environment for prey and a very in-tune with the energies of people. They can feel if you are scared, tired, sad, or happy, relaxed and content.

Through a mindfulness practice with horses you can learn a deep self- awareness, exercise the law of attraction and view your internal self through a truthful mirror.

The Healing

Studies have shown that horses can help heal humans. A horse’s heart rhythm can be strong enough to influence a human’s heart rhythm. This aids in nervous system regulation, brain chemistry balance and provides an overall sense of calm.

And calm, is where the magic of healing begins.

Just as we are affected by the horse’s heart rhythm, the horse is also affected by ours. Therefore, the relationship between the human and the horse can be mutually beneficial.

Would you like to experience deep self-reflection and self-healing in the presence of horses?