It is really intresting to hear that, you open my curiosity
I understand better now.
I remember a book I red, the writer told the same feeling. It's hard to belive when you never had this feeling before but it is so intresting
Or maybe yes but that was unconsciously then.
That's right that we use only 10% of our head, I would be curious to know what we could do if we could use the totality of our head, could we make objects moving?
I would like to have a course too for to understand better this kind of communication.
Now I remember something else, it was when I red the book (the writer is Henry Blake) I tried to communcate by thinking to my horse, I wanted to learn to him the sit. I enjoyed the moment when he was rolling, I really wanted him sitting, just before to stand up, I sent to him a picture with a lot of my energy (like Henry Blake tell in his book), it was very missy in head, and for a short moment he sited up. But I did it only once and I couldn't do it again. I wasn't really confident, how can you know the difference between your imagination and the realty in this kind of moment.
But I think yes it is possible.
I remember something else, I have worked for one year in a dressage stable, and I was the lonely worker for 15 horses. I started every day at 6.30am and finish my day never before 8.30pm. With sometime no time to have a lunch, I tell you that because that was a really important moment for me. That was the moment where I've really learned to live with horses, I really appreciate to be with them. They never juge me. I remember the moment when Syrius told to Manissa to take off the rug (I've put next to her door). Syrius did this kind of silly thing all the time but Manissa never. Syrius was front of Manissa in them box, Syrius was watching Manissa with a lot of insistance, and I saw Manissa tryed to look somewhere else and then she took the rug off. It was so funny.
Anybody wants to belive me when I tell this kind of experience. And I just forot it, but now I remember more of this kind of experience.
It is really intressting.
Do you think we can learn everything to a horse just by thinking?
"Training a horse is not only gaining his submission as it is often said.
It is also making sure the horse takes pleasure in doing everything that is asked of him"