Saturday, November 28, 2015

Simple

Your right leg and lower body channels and directs the movement of the horse's right hind leg.

Your left leg and lower body channels and directs the movement of the horse's left hind leg.

Your right hand and upper body channels and directs the movement of the horse's right front leg.

Your left hand and upper body channels and directs the movement of the horse's left front leg.

Destination, speed and rhythm, and changes in them, come from your focus, breathing and internal energy and rhythm - from doing it yourself, together with your horse.

That's really all there is - mirroring of bodies and blending of thought and motion. Each idea implies a lot more, but I believe it's really fundamentally that simple.

I expect I'll have more to say about what's contained in that simplicity . . .




6 comments:

  1. There's a world of finesse and accuracy in those statements. But i cannot argue that that is what it is at the base. :)

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  2. It's only as complicated as we (humans) want to make it. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your herd! ♡

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  3. Keeping it simple is always a good way to go.

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  4. I agree! We do have a habit of complicating things though, don't we? If I can master a quiet, but intent mind; the body will follow.

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