BELIEFS AND TRUTHS
It is natural for many of us to keep to a well-worn path when it comes to our beliefs, opinions and habits, especially with our horsemanship.
Veering away from what is expected of your interests allows you to expand your worldview.
Perhaps you realize your views could be limited by only accepting the thoughts and ideas that are acknowledged by those around you.
Perhaps we fear others rejecting our notions or find that sticking to what is tried and true helps us avoid conflict, in ourselves and our work.
New ideas, however, most often arise from a blend of opposing opinions.
Even if you find that your opinions are controversial, it is important to stay true to how those ideas speak to you and your horsemanship.
Explore unusual beliefs that might expose you not only to new insights, but help you to see the multifaceted aspects of the thoughts being presented in your horsemanship.
When you explore these thoughts in depth, you will connect to the beliefs that are most true for you.
By heeding your truth, you will give up your concerns about being accepted by others and instead, plunge your horsemanship journey into particular interests that feel right for you and in turn, strengthens your relationships.
This is what makes my heart sing. Those truths are when I am the best listener and teacher for my horses and students!