2 thoughts on “Want To Get Out Of Survival Mode? Try Equine Therapy

  • March 23, 2013 at 10:34 pm

    “For any person who has ever tried to meditate, the answer is unfortunately all too clear. Because meditating doesn’t force a person to be fully present — that is to say we can attempt meditation while the mid wanders, and it is up to us to bring our attention back — for many sufferers of anxiety, the experience itself may be more frustrating than it is helpful.”

    THANK YOU. This is the first I’ve read that meditation can actually be frustrating. I deal with PTSD and anxiety, and have been “encouraged” for years to meditate, but each attempt to do so has brought out nothing but frustration and self-hatred. I even took two meditation courses to learn how to meditate, but still no luck! It makes sense now WHY it’s been so frustrating for me. Thank you for this article!

  • January 29, 2019 at 5:39 pm

    I would likemore information. I woek with horses and i have an abused horse that has become mine i own. I alsi suffer from ptsd anxiety hypervigelance from my fathers sucide. When i am away from the horse i suffer. I would like to educate myself on whats go8ng on with me and my. Horse they also took my kids from me after this traumatic event ibsivioly i have adodment issues


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