Monthly Archives: November 2013

Presence and Permaculture

I am currently attending a permaculture design course with Toby Hemenway, author of Gaia’s Garden. One of the guest speakers in our latest class happened to be friend Brock Dolman who, in preparation for this year’s International Permaculture Convergence in … Continue reading

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Suppleness and Relaxation: the Gateway to Being Present, continued…

In my last post I mentioned suppleness and its interconnectedness to everything else, such as responsiveness, freedom of movement, straightness, and forward, to name a few tangibles, but also to another important factor we don’t often consider: the horse’s state of … Continue reading

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Being Present, continued…

Of course, more than a week has now gone by since my last post. But I’d like to resume the subject of straightness as one of many good examples that can help describe what it means to be present with … Continue reading

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