Life is full of paradox.
On the one hand, we can say:
- “If you don’t like how things are, change it! You’re not a tree.” ~ Jim Rohn
On the other hand, we can say:
- “Bloom where you are planted.”
The latter expression means that we can take advantage of the opportunities we have in the present situation.
Manoel Carlos de Andrade (1755 – 1817) was a pupil of one of the most well-known and most respected riding masters of his time:
- Dom Pedro de Alcantara e Meneses, Marquis of Marialva (1713 – 1799).
De Andrade’s work “Luz da Liberal, e Nobre Arte da Cavalaria” is a book about the noble art of riding.
Keeping our horses at home on our own property is a dream come true.
Now when we arrived at our new place in Portugal in 2017, there were no stalls or boxes, so we could decide what to do:
In July 2019, the following ST Mastery Students in the ST Academy from Finland, South Africa, and the UK – have passed a Touchstone in the ST Evaluation Program! :
Animal trainers have been around for centuries, and they have always been effective in producing desired behavior with animals from different species:
Although the principles of operant conditioning exist since the dawn of time, Burrhus Frederic Skinner (1904 – 1990), a professor of psychology at Harvard University, did create the term “operant conditioning”.
And it helps us to create awareness: Read more…