Prepare Yourself For The Horses World
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We are always in peak state until our horse does something that makes us feel uncomfortable. We start to get nervous, confused and frustrated. Now our emotions change from being excited to worry.
Getting mentally prepared is not always about the horse being mentally prepared. It's about you being mentally ready for when the unexpected resistance from your horse pops up expected.
And most likely you will lack in confidence.
One thing people don't know about horsemanship, that it's 80% psychology and 20% techniques. What this means is, you can learn all the methods you want to, but they won't do you much good unless you have good mental skills. And the better your mental abilities you have, the fewer techniques you will have to know. Now you will be able to "focus" more natural on your horse giving you clarity.
Understand and appreciate their world.
Good mental skills like these:
3.Confidence and Courage
You must have these skills to understand and appreciate the horse's world.
And let's don't forget about horse psychology. We have to be pretty good at that too. You have to learn to think like a horse.
So stop getting frustrated and stop being surprised. Be prepared mentally and physically for unexpected resistance from your horse because it will show up from time to time. Always be one step ahead, and this will keep you safe.
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