Things learned in a horse back riding lesson, that can be used for real life
I was thinking to myself when riding bareback in the desert---- "check your seat, heels down, etc". Then thought--- "eyes up---don't look for a place to fall" and thought, wow...I need to do that in life too.
*Better to have loved than to have never loved at all.*
ALWAYS Blessings NEVER losses.
I think that panicking/stressing won't do ANYTHING to help in a bad situation. I am constantly surprised at work by how much energy people burn on worrying--doesn't change a darn thing! You could never do that around a nervous horse at the barn without causing total panic!
"Don't make going to an event and making it through your goal. Make it to ride every single beat of every stride as balanced and together as you possibly can. The rest will come together."
"If what you're doing isn't working, the answer isn't to do it harder."
"Don't forget to breathe"
If (whoever) isn't understanding I am not asking clearly.
If you think you are falling off, you will. If you think you can ride it out, you can.
LOL Matryoshka! "Round here fallen trees *are* alligators and big rocks *are* lions (or perhaps panthers)! And palm fronds *are*...I duuno...but they *could* maybe eat red foxtrotters so we must be careful!