...AND SOME DETAILS ON "MEET THE PRESENT"
As an Organizer and Moving Planner it is my job to help others when it comes to decluttering their surroundings. It is easy for me to take care of a room, get rid of clutter, reorganize the cupboards and bring out the beauty in old things. BUT it is work and I have to use my mind to focus on my client, the job and the schedule. I had to learn how to give my head some space, in order to enjoy rather than stress over my work.
Having an uncluttered life means you need to have an uncluttered mind. Without a still mind, you may be able to keep your closet organized for a while, but not much more... Isn't it the simplicity you are longing for?
Giving your mind space is essential! Many have to relearn this in order to escape stress and restlessness that is created by neverending thoughts.
How do you relearn this?
Well, you need to practice awarness- let go and be in the present. This may take time and commitment.
Find your own way of practicing awarness. A good friend of mine rolls his eyes when I talk about yoga and meditation and would never try it. He doesn't know that he performs awarness everytime he makes music, sings or writes...
Did you know that horses are wonderful teachers in awarness because they value a still mind?
That is why I appreciate the help from my equine friends, because they let me know when I am not in the present. Horses are non judgmental, have no expectations or motives and are highly effective in mirroring our attitudes and behaviors and therefor give authentic feed back. All this makes them wonderful teachers.
In my workshop "Meet the Present" non verbal communication using body language, senses and energy with a highly aware animal will help you discover when you have arrived in the moment. The horse will not respond to your speech unless you have a clear mind and intentions. Once this is achieved the horse will bring you in touch with your own intuition, inspiration, and sensitivity- meaning you are present! To reach this state of mind you had to let go of the clutter in your head. With practice it will become available to you to let go of the distractions in your head and home!
You are not in the saddle and the horse is at liberty and can respond as it wishes.
The session is scheduled for about two hours and costs $75.