Category Archives: Inspiration

  • Create Moments Of Peace

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    The best lesson I’ve learned this summer is to make promises to myself and keep them! I found that working in the place of my dreams is a bit tricky. The point of the dream can so easily get lost in the murky waters of the day-to-day. I can drive myself crazy with the lists […]

  • Being Linda’s Client Was…

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    Being Linda’s client was a transformational experience. She is present and authentic and very helpful. Highly recommend! ~Bethany P. Cadillac, MI Linda has such a strong spirit that surrounds both she and her client. This creates a safe space where anything can be shared. Really Lovely! ~Rie NC With fluidity and  grace, Linda provides a […]

  • The Ultimate Relationship Guide

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    Hey, guess what? I got married two weeks ago. And like most people, I asked some of the older and wiser folks around me for a couple quick words of relationship advice from their own marriages to make sure my wife and I didn’t shit the (same) bed. I think most newlyweds do this — ask […]

  • Failure Is The Key To Success

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    If you’re like most people, you probably have a bad relationship with failure. You see it as an ending, as proof that your plan didn’t succeed or your ideas weren’t good enough. The truth is, failure happens to everyone. The only thing that separates people who succeed from those who don’t is a proper understanding […]

  • The Space Between Us Is A Creative Possibility

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    Article by Ali Shultz My dad let me use my college fund to buy a horse when I was 11. I commend him for that decision, even though, much to his chagrin, one horse led to two, and before I knew it I had a barn full. While I’ve had many amazing mentors in my […]

  • “You’re too this, or I’m too this”

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    When you go out into the woods and you look at trees, you see all these different trees. And some of them are bent and some of them are straight. Some of them are evergreens and some of them are whatever. And you look at the tree and you allow it. You see why it is […]

  • Equine Therapy: How Horses Help Humans Heal

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    By Lisa Esposito Sitting within the confines of a traditional office, talking things out with a therapist between four walls, doesn’t always work for kids and adults grappling with tough mental, emotional and behavioral health issues. For some people, adding equine-assisted psychotherapy may be an option. Hanging out with horses could feel more natural and […]

  • Studies Show That Women Who Own Horses Live 15 Years Longer Than Those Who Don’t

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    Recent studies done in Western NC, Northern Virginia and northern Florida involving various groups of “horsey” and non “horsey women are showing some startling results. The double blind study followed women in different age groups over a forty year time frame to capture this objective data. The study grouped women into two groups of horse […]

  • Singing Our Songs

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    Article by Bob MacArthur Have you been neglecting something important about who you are? If so, this post is a nudge to bring it back into the light. A few days ago I picked up my guitar. Abandoned in a corner for far too long, it has been with me since 1960. The years of […]

  • Five Ways To Move Out Of Your Comfort Zone

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    Most of the time we like to confine ourselves in cocoons of safety. We make life a routine and don’t strive to be better people. Going for the simplest option is natural. Besides, you are safe and surviving without ever having to face your fears and overcoming them. Unfortunately, living an ordinary life isn’t exactly […]

  • BREATHE

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    Article By: Linda Kent Bruce Oh so simple yet oh so complicated. Remembering to do those basic things that keep us healthy and alive. Often when I pull down the quarter mile driveway at Soulful Prairies my mind starts reeling out of control. I see the front sign tipping to one side and make a […]

  • Who Are These People?

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    Each of us writes our life’s narrative. Have you ever wondered why certain people have shown up in it? — those who lifted you up, those who darkened your days or those who left you wondering? By Linda Bruce Who Are These People? By Bob MacArthur The closing of a year provides a timely opportunity to ask […]

  • Bobby The Tree

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    It started with a raffle ticket bought at the Land Conservancy fund raiser and a big win. Before my Mom and I knew it we were the proud owners of a Burr Oak. Historically known as a magnificent slow growing tree protected by spirit and against all odds spared from farmers clearing their land to […]