Here at Horse Vision, we have found that people experience personal insights through the way horses respond to them and how they attempt to connect to these creatures. Horses not only guide us to understand the invisible forces and energies that affect social interaction, but also teach us to better understand body signals, and stay present and focused.
Who are the horses involved in the program?
The horses who find a job at Horse Vision no longer have a use in the traditional sense. Sometimes they come from lives of both emotional and physical abuse, and therefore have specific needs, and require more care. We find that when the participants stop focusing on themselves and begin to focus on another individual – in this case the horse – something seems to change for them.
The participant can start to make changes or see things differently, because they need to do this to help the horse. They find clarity, calmness, and trust, while becoming more present, and aware of body language. These changes need to occur to build a relationship with the horse. Horses see through us to who we really are and reflect the image back to us, this makes them the perfect teachers to take us on a journey to rediscover ourselves. At Horse Vision, people help horses and help themselves in the process.