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Tellington TTouch Success: Don Diego

Tellington TTouch Success: Don Diego

I am so fortunate to receive accounts of Tellington TTouch® at work from some talented and dedicated horse professionals around the world. Swiss horse trainer Brigitte Schworer has been a TTouch practitioner for horses for almost two decades. She recently sent me this TTouch success story from Switzerland. It demonstrates how patience, understanding and Tellington TTouch can save a horse’s life. After Equitana in Essen, Germany, Brigitte sent the following email.

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Conference on Humane Education, April 24-25, 2009

Conference on Humane Education, April 24-25, 2009

As I mentioned before, I will be speaking at the Conference on Humane Education at Green Chimneys in Brewster, New York on April 25, 2009. The goal of this conference is to explore the improvement of the long-term prospects for animals and their caregivers.

I thought I’d post the colorful and informative conference brochure for anyone wanting to attend. This should be a very interesting and exciting conference hosted by the ASPCA</a

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Notes from Equitana in Essen, Germany and From My Inbox:  All the Way From Australia and South Africa

Notes from Equitana in Essen, Germany and From My Inbox: All the Way From Australia and South Africa

I am writing from from Essen, Germany where I am presenting at Equitana, the world’s largest and first international equine expo: I very much enjoy the enthusiastic emails that reach me over the internet from around the world. In November my sister, Robyn Hood, presented at the Australian Equitana and taught several workshops around the […]

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New Page: About Commenting Here

About Commenting Here
Welcome to Changing the World One TTouch At A Time!
Everyone on the Internet has a different idea about how to interact online. Likewise, bloggers have their own ideas about how they want discussion of their ideas to proceed.
I receive upwards of 600 emails a day. I have a lot of energy, but I’m not superhuman! I can’t possibly answer each of them. Writing this blog is a means of communicating with all of you, and generating compelling exchanges of information.
I welcome all comments and questions here. Please understand that I may not be free to respond to them all. It is possible that another reader may have something to say, so don’t forget to check the box that informs you of follow-up comments through email.

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Green Chimneys

Green Chimneys

I will be speaking at a very special conference at Green Chimneys in New York state and hope some of you can join us. Green Chimneys is a non-profit organization, recognized as the worldwide leader in animal-assisted therapy and activities. Green Chimneys provides residential treatment for children and a special education school that focuses on care for animals and nature, promoting a philosophy of dignity and worth for all living things.

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Pono Pono: Just Three Minutes

A week after Valentine’s Day, at Aloha Center for Spiritual Living, a Science of Mind Church, the Hawaiian spiritual teacher Aunty Mahealani Henry led the service, saying that we do not have to wait until 2012 for the cosmic.

We are in it now. And the biggest lessons we have to focus on are forgiveness and compassion. One of the Hawaiian concepts of Pono Pono that Aunty teaches is striving for excellence in living and eliminating drama in our lives. Until now she has taught that whenever we are faced with a traumatic event we could acknowledge it for 3 minutes, really address the drama for 3 minutes, and then let it go. Now she teaches that we should give any drama 3 seconds! And then go back to a state of excellence or deep appreciation, gratitude and thanksgiving. That gives me lots of food for thought and a striving to keep my heart open and practice that state of gratitude that brings happiness.

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