Happy New Year from SVG Horse School!
2015 has been a remarkable year where we have had good progress, shared inspiration, held clinics and experienced magic. The horses have progressed in many ways, some in terms of their abilities to carry a rider and others in their liberty skills. We who have been staff at the horse school have learnt many new lessons.
With a solid foundation from the year that passed we are ready to receive new interns, new clients and students in 2016.
I will take a brief moment to Give Thanks to some people who made our year so very extra special.
Many greetings from Saint Vincent in the Eastern Caribbean!
Stina and Jack, Spirit, Elena, Magic, and Moonlight
It was amazing to be back Stina and I am grateful for all adventures we had this time around and all the other times before. May the New Year bring lots of more adventures, love and peace in your life!!!
Thank you Kristine. May the New Year bring lots of more of it all to you too. Looking forward to see you back!
Thank YOU, Stina, for sharing your knowledge and wonderful spirit! It was amazing to learn from you.
Hello Anna, thank you for your comment. We are lucky to be able to learn from nature – especially horses. Did you see Jonna’s small goodbye video?
No, but I will look for it!
It’s very important to be grateful for everything and everyone around us so it’s very nice of you to share this. I want to thank you also. Everyday I’m grateful for all my experiences I’ve got from RVA. Big thanks!
Thank you Jonna.
People who view life as a gift and consciously go for an “attitude of gratitude” will most likely experience several advantages.
Gratitude improves emotional and physical health, and it can strengthen relationships and communities. Without gratitude, life can be lonely, have little meaning even depressing. I also think gratitude enriches our humans lives. Gratitude elevates, energizes, inspires and transforms. People are moved, opened and humbled through expressions of gratitude.
Cultivating an attitude of gratitude is tough.
It is, according to Emmons, a “chosen attitude.” We must be willing to recognize and acknowledge that we are the recipients of an unearned benefit.
Research indicates that gratitude is not merely a positive emotion; it also improves your health if cultivated. People must give up the “victim mentality” and overcome a sense of entitlement and deservedness.
Kind regards Stina