Old falls from your horse often create a tension in your body that gets in the way of beautiful riding AND relaxed and happy riding too.
I have noticed in my classes – both on line and in person, that riders don’t realise how much tension they carry in their body until they are not carrying it any more – and this tension is not useful in our quest to be a good rider and it gets in the road of a deeper sense of happiness when we are riding our horse.
When we are in a state of fear when we get a blow to our body (exactly the kind of thing that happens when we fall off our horse) then we get what I call a “fright imprint”.
It’s like this state of unresolved tension in our bodies – kind of like our bodies are tense in case of another impact. And THOSE tensions are cumulative just like our other fears – the tension from each fall adding on to the next.
This cumulative tension, when there is enough of it, tends to ATTRACT the next fall. (You attract what you are afraid of and the tension you carry makes another fall more likely too.) This is how people come to be accident prone – and you can change that.
This locked in state of tension is the reason that many older riders have recurring back pain. And that is why so many riders have this back pain treated and it darn well keeps on coming back.
We have this brilliant lesson in the on line course Fast track to Brilliant Riding that releases the fright imprints from old falls. People are reporting phenomenal success and huge changes to their riding after releasing that tension.
I have been helping people release those fright imprints for a long time in my work as a “healer”, but I am sooo… excited about this class exercise because I have found a way to help vast numbers of people release that fright imprint at the same time. Woohoo!
Crikey – I don’t know how often you visit a masseur or a chiropractor – but I know people who could have saved the cost of this course in just weeks! And this exercise is only the tiniest part of the value of the course – It’s filled with healing for you and your horse while attending to all kinds of very practical issues.
I thought about giving you the exercise in that lesson as a freebie, but I think I would be doing you and your horse a disservice – number one because you will not be prepared so effectively by the earlier lessons, so that might reduce the effectiveness of the exercise and number two because if THIS lesson makes you think harder about the on-line course Fast Track, then you and your horse will thank me for that later.
So there! (Laughing a little here.) You can go and have a look at the phenomenal value of what you get in Fast Track by clicking here. And crikey – you’ve got a money back guarantee!
p.s. When I added the photo of that nasty fall, I noticed that I actually felt tension when I looked at the photo. I know it’s a sickening photo, for me I think it’s because the horse is falling too – but that tension tells me that I had better go do that exercise myself – I think I might have missed an old fright imprint of my own!