The real ‘lessons’ lie in the ‘space between the notes’. That’s where the ideas, insights and creative answers to our horsemanship challenges easily come from.
Learning from the silence or space can give us more energy and help us stay motivated and progressing on our journey.
The ‘space’ teaches us to become focused and aware of all the things happening around us on our journey.
For me, on my horsemanship journey with Rhett, most important was learning from the ‘space’.
Finding the space was a time for us to reflect, process and co-create our every changing communication and connection.
The ‘space’ between the notes’ was growing longer, allowing the ‘notes’ to lengthen and produce harmony.
As Dr. Wayne Dyer wrote, “Without the silence to interrupt the sounds – it would be only one long, continuous tone.
Are we taking the time to create that silence and letting it speak to us so we can then create our music?”
Are you allowing the silence to create the true connection and ‘music’ to dance with your horse?
Do you know how to allow?
With Rhett’s guidance, I was learning the meaning of ‘silence is golden’.
I was learning it is the silence that creates the connection.