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The Path of the Horse eBook on Kindle takes the reader beyond the Path of the Horse documentary, following Stormy May's path in the years following the release of the movie. Originally released in 2012 and updated in 2016.

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All proceeds are used to support OurHorses sanctuaries, educational programs and service projects.

Savor Life gatherings

 

Savor Life Gatherings

Meditate with horses, smell the roses, lie in the grass and put your feet in a brook.  Come explore the art of savoring life.

Do you have a great life because you fit in and make enough money to buy what you want and control your surroundings or do you have a great life because you are experienced at tuning into the bliss that’s available each moment no matter what your physical circumstances are?  Are you ready to live the life of your dreams?

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Savor Life gatherings invite you into a physical experience of what it’s like to live in the new world we are creating together.

 

Let’s drink some tea, have a picnic, play a few songs and spend the day creating the life we’ve dreamed of.

 

Facilitators: Stormy May and Ren Hurst

Topics explored will include:

Empathy
horse human encounterCommunication
Community

Healthy habits
Pace of life
Training vs. relationship
and more…


Cost is determined on an individual basis. 
Scholarships available.

 

Dates and locations to be announced soon.

 

If you would like to organize a Savor Life gathering in your area email bonnie@ourhorses.org

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*Thanks to Philippe Bertraud, expert lover of life, for the “Savor Life” idea.  Visit his page here: http://www.philippebertaud.com/

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Testimonials

This wonderful film moved me to tears. It is unfortunate that the ever present pressure to be constantly digitally and remotely connected has for many dulled the connections we all have or are capable of forming with each other and with animals and nature. This documentary should be required viewing for all who live and work with horses. On the verge of buying my own first horse, I look forward to finding that connection and to simply being with her.

Moved to tears
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