I cried when I read this article that Corey from New Zealand has written for my blog. I have known for ages that what I am teaching is the all elusive “feel” that the great riders and great horsemen and women have with their horses. But such a passionate plea that Corey is making, is a validation that brought me to tears.
“YOU CAN’T TEACH ‘FEEL.’” How many times have I heard that in clinics/lessons, or read that from some of the most renowned, well published great horsemen over the decades.
Well they’re utterly and completely WRONG. THEY can’t teach it. But Jenny can.
I’ve been a participant in Jenny’s online course, Through The Grace Of The Horse for seven months, and now that we’re approaching the end of this miracle-packed series, the lessons are revealing even bigger and more dramatic breakthroughs than ever before. Looking back, this gradual build-up to more and more mind boggling “AH HAAAAAA’s” has really been Jenny’s purposeful, methodical way of bringing us to a point where suddenly her Lesson 45 arrived to my computer.
After a few days of having to read, think, re-read, re-think, read, quiet mind it, read, visualize it and re-read it again, an avalanche of understanding swept over me and practically knocked me off my chair when I finally realized that, because of everything she’d taught us up to this point, and making SURE that we “got it”, she was able to give us Lesson 45 which is nothing less than explaining and TEACHING us that ever elusive, high on an unreachable pedestal unless “you were born with it”, FEEL.
I am NOT exaggerating. I am NOT describing a uniquely personal revelation: just ask the 23 other members in our online course. This is NOT a paid political announcement.
If you want to LEARN “feel” and LEARN how to open your heart to reveal all the skills you have inside you to eventually be on a par with all the great horsemen and so-called horse whisperers, there is no other way that I am aware of to do that, to LEARN that, than by taking one of Jenny’s meticulously, brilliantly constructed online courses.
Tell every horse person you know. Do it for the grace of the horse.
Corey from New Zealand