Category Archives: Mindfulness

How do you “Exist in the Moment”?

In my last post, I talked about the idea of being authentic and that part of this was existing in the moment. This morning I just had a problem this morning that shows what happens when you don’t live in … Continue reading

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Dream of riding the Black Beast

I don’t usually dream about my horses (that I remember) so it is something I take note of when it happens. In the last month, I’ve had very short remembrances of being in the saddle, feeling the sway of the … Continue reading

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When you are alone, a crisis of faith

Yesterday I had a bit of a crisis of faith. Most of that feeling was born from the barn where I board getting too busy with people. The landowner came and told me last weekend that the person who lives … Continue reading

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The Repeating Spiral of Knowledge

A young monk was sent to meditate alone in a cave. He meditated for ten years, and developed all kinds of mystical powers: he could fly through the air, he could become invisible, he could dip under the earth, and … Continue reading

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simple work for making change

“The simplicity of your character makes you exquisitely incomprehensible to me,” ~ Gwendolen, The Importance of Being Earnest. More riding today of Z. We are doing some very basic stuff that is all about laying a foundation for the future. … Continue reading

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