Riding Between the Worlds

Riding Between the Worlds

Expanding Our Potential Through the Way of the Horse

Book - 2003
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Two years ago author and horse trainer Linda Kohanov wrote The Tao of Equus -- a daring multidisciplinary exploration of the powerful spiritual, emotional, and psychological connections between people and horses. Its provocative narrative, blending her story of prescient dreams and ancestral communication with a wide-ranging exploration of equine-facilitated therapy practices, created a worldwide demand for her workshops and lectures. She also received more than 1,000 letters from readers around the world describing their own strange and wonderful experiences with horses. In Riding Between the Worlds, Kohanov continues sharing the story of her own journey of healing and transformation and further develops the ideas introduced in The Tao of Equus, bolstering her groundbreaking theories with anecdotal evidence. Where her previous book laid the theoretical groundwork for expanding our emotional, mental, and spiritual view of horses, Riding Between the Worlds concentrates on the extraordinary stories that support this view.
Publisher: Novato, Calif. : New World Library, c2003.
ISBN: 9781577314165
Characteristics: xxxiii, 253 p. ;,24 cm.


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Jul 30, 2015

I loved this just as much as Linda's first book, The Tao of Equus. The anecdotes about human-horse relationships were deeply moving and inspiring. The psychological and philosophical insights were profound. I gained some some very powerful knowledge and self-awareness from this book, and learned some great tools for how I can process and heal my emotions. Linda refers to several interesting authors and their works, and I look forward to reading these other books as well. Riding Between the Worlds is an excellent book for horse lovers and anyone wanting to deepen their insight into the emotional and spiritual realms of life.


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Jul 30, 2015

We're all riding between the worlds right now, shifting, clumsily at times, between freedom and captivity, spirit and nature, mind and heart. Yet I believe that someday, if more people are willing to take counsel from their four-legged friends, human consciousness will embrace these paradoxes and expand beyond them. Then, there will be no separation.

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