Katariina’s blog – Equine Insanity

  I used to read Little Love’s stories and enjoyed them a lot. The other day, I reconnected with Katariina as I came across a new blog she had just written. I would like to share it with  you and hope you enjoy Katariina’s writings it as much as I do!   Katariina: “I remember when…

4. 5. 6. 7.. Sahaja Lessons!

This years Sahaja Clinic is coming up on the 3rd of December and preparations have started with the arrival of working student Nele from Germany. We’re all very excited to have Nele here and we will finally be able to continue our riding program so at this years clinic we will be able to offer…

Improving man’s ethics.

Humans in their search for pleasure and affluence has exploited nature without any moral restraint to such an extent that nature has been destroyed almost incapable of sustaining healthy life. The invaluable gifts of nature, such as rivers and oceans, forests and wetlands, air and agriculture have been polluted with disastrous consequences. Man is now searching for ways and…

Going beyond second chances with Elena

It is amazing how a nice experience can change your perspective about things, persons or, in this case, animals. As I shared in my last blog entrance about second chances with horses, it is wonderful how feelings can change in such a positive way. I was not scared anymore about getting close to these medieval…

A fine, elegant and detailed body language

Johnny: Last weeks class had a special environment.  It was Sunday 7:30 am, a sunny day and with the Caribbean Sea in the background and we started the class with a delicious coffee, sitting in the garden near Jack, who ate quietly near us while we drank our coffee. Jack, was curious at times, disengaged other times and…

The importance of second chances

The first time I rode a horse was almost 10 years ago. It was in a very nice landscape in La Calera, a village in Colombia where people usually make horse rides within groups. Chapagne was the name of the horse that was taking me. She was white and had a beautiful blondish hair. After…

Non Verbal Language with Vanessa

The amazing process of getting to know each other by Vanessa. When you meet someone, first thing you usually do is to shake hands to introduce one another, thus you exchange some info by doing so. Some people make better impression to us than others, the way they approach to us is important, but to…

1. 2. 3. Lessons – Sahaja 2016

Every year I host a Liberty Training Clinic at our Eco Center in the Caribbean. This year’s Sahaja Clinic will run from the 3rd till the 7th of December. Sometimes I host clinics together with another horse teacher so if you are interested to co-host a clinic with me in 2017, let me know so we can…

This language is full of life, gestures and signs

Johnny’s Journey; Today I had an enriching lesson, besides the fact that learning a new language is very exciting, learning the language of horses is a wonderful experience! Stina and Jack are excellent masters. I feel like Stina is teaching me the idiom and Jack the Grammar, the accent, the signs, and of course, Jack…

Learning a new Language

Johnny’s Journey: I want to say thank you for this opportunity to learn about the language of horses. The experience with the horses was really good, very full of knowledge, patience, control and observation. In the beginning it was very exciting, because it is to try to connect, in a very deep and spiritual way with another…

Resisting Human Domination

  Communicative horses have a dialog with us humans. They are horses who actually speak with us. Sounds wonderful right? Much of today’s horse world is influenced, controlled, or ruled by humans, or so it seems. But there is however a a growing community of empowered horses and their two legged friends that is putting up resistance to human domination…

Walking a horse

Isa; I’ve been in contact with horses for my whole life. I’ve always been passionate, loving, and willing to do good in general and even better with horses. I’ve been riding, training, grooming them for such a long time now. These tasks were a routine for me, I was not really thinking about the way…