It only takes a few moments to check in with yourself and to feel into the edges of your skin.
I take some time to do this as the start point.
Then, I look to my horse and I let myself get a sense of the being that lives behind the eyes.
Not the chestnut mare or the bay gelding.
Not the horse I rode yesterday or hope to ride today.
To sit with the question of, who are you, beyond all those labels and ideas.
And then in myself, I locate a feeling of caring. I think about where that sits in my body. And I send it to the part inside them that contains the essence of who they are.
A practice I’ve been playing with to develop intuition.