Some of you write to me saying that you desperately want changes to come, and that you have your heart at your hand, but your horse doesn’t want it. I hope you will find this post helpful.
When reading this post, please stop from time to time, and give yourself a moment to feel what I’m writing about. This way you will not only understand what I try to tell you, but you will also have a chance to experience it.
When reading this post try not to think about it. Do not think in your head “Do I agree?” or “Don’t I agree?”. Just read it with the smallest possible effort.
When you come to your horse ease your busy mind. Tune it with something really beautiful. Look at your beautiful horse and see how gorgeous he is. To feel it, you can also look at a flower, or listen to really beautiful music. Focus your mind on beauty.
Beauty is a part of Nature. Everything that is truly beautiful is a part of Nature. Just like your horse is a part of Nature. And that is what you will see and feel. You will know that you and your horse are parts of the same beautiful Nature.
Leave your plans and goals outside. These are products of ego. You don’t need them here. You have to stay open for changes. The real changes, that you don’t even imagine now.
Real changes need space. You cannot force them to come. They will come to you when you open yourself and create space for them. Space in time, when you are open and you are not planning, not judging and not expecting. When you are open for everything that comes, then you have space for change.
This change will come directly from Nature and will bring more happiness and more beauty than you can now imagine.
Just look at your horse, see how beautiful he is.
I can not ever stop staring at my horses, whatever they do. I look at them grazing, playing in the paddock or just by observing their patterns by standing or sitting by their stables. To me, they are the most beautiful creatures under the sun. They are far from perfect in the expert’s eye, but I always say the experts are there to mostly critique what only the naked eye sees, which is never much when it comes to admiring a creation as complex as a horse.
I’m sure there are wonderful, Beata. They are part of Nature :)