The following ST Mastery students have passed a Touchstone in April 2018 in the ST Evaluation Program:
There’s a Zen story about a Buddhist monk who climbed a range of mountains 🗻🗻🗻 and was asked how he did it:
👞 He said that he did it one step at a time!
👞 And he strongly believed that the most important step was the next step.
👞 Because “If you don’t step forward you will always be in the same spot!“
It’s the same with mastering Straightness Training…
When we start training a horse, especially from the ground, we guide our horse’s head:
Now if we are not aware of certain training principles, all these situations can lead to nipping, biting, grabbing or pushing behavior in our horse.
You could also perceive it like this: