Emotions (not only) horses


We all experience emotions. Especially those dark and unresolved emotions contain enormous amounts of energy. They watch our borders and self-consciousness, they show us how we really feel at the level of the body, not just the mind. Once we do not admit any emotions, we will suppress them, and we will not lose them, they will settle down in us, and as soon as memory finds the cause, they will begin to report the word. They create unnatural tensions when we communicate with these emotions or blindly to others. Over time, it will cause behavioral changes and may lead to physical symptoms or illnesses.

Most emotions are ours when we react to life, but there are also emotions taken over. Small children who have not yet set their own borders experience the same emotions as their parents. In the period of puberty, they then take on their emotional patterns. With this, they come into adulthood to find themselves under their breath.

Horses, like all animals, experience emotions as well. Negative events can touch them as well as humans. They are not ready to exchange the owner or their lack of interest. They often live in unsatisfactory conditions where their basic life needs are not met. They are open to cooperation, but not to violence or just to use. Most horses do not eat, get sick, change behavior, and some will "disconnect" to not feel.

Horses are very sensitive to the energy of the person who is in touch with them. On his inner intentions, motivation and emotions hidden behind words. They perceive the world around them more sensitively than we humans. Their owners often do not realize that their behavior and reactions are just a set mirror.

Years ago, I met Ing.arch's emotional homeopathy. Marty Kafková, who created a unique, integrated system based on linking homeopathy with a kinesiological barometer of behavior. This uses a kinesiological way of working with the client. The system is based on a combination of 64 emotional and 64 constitutional drugs. She has recently brought homeopathy to the feel of the drug and their interconnection. It combines the benefits of both techniques - the kinesiological way of working makes it possible to name and temporarily assign any problem, and then homeopathy helps to clear the problem across its width and depth.

I was fascinated by how classical medicine, untreatable and suppressed symptoms of both human and animal diseases, were healed. Along with that, their personalities also changed. I went through the course and these emotions began to make my stories. They exposed the problems of horse behavior or of unsolvable states that were discovered and understood. Overall, they have improved equilibrium and welfare of horses. Last but not least, communication between man and horse on these matters is a great help with mutual understanding.

A story about how this can work in practice: "I brought a 14-year-old gelding / paint-thru / with a light riding because she had something with her back. After the hound saw a vet and a physiotherapist, I was comfortable with by the fact that it will be just about light riding and psychotherapy with a horse - work from the ground, then I asked Mirek if she could look at the horses through emotional homeopathy, the information was that he was "broken" and was disconnected then everything on her "backs" and they let one day - Mirka worked in the emotional area and the almost phlegmatic horse suddenly became a horse that as if mentally returned before it breaks - behaves like a 3 year old foal and I feel it alone Thank you very much, Johan ", www.eponaworld.cz

Mirka Zagozdová, www.emocezvirat.cz