Putting the Magic back into Magic the Horse
(Jupiter, FL USA)
Putting the Magic Back into Magic
The Equine Wellness Expo 2012 proved to have many healing experiences for people and animals. At the second portion of my lectures and demonstrations at the Equine Expo I worked with a horse, Magic. Here is the story. For more stories on essential oils and horses go to the Equine Expo Page.
Paul from Blue Star asked me which horse to use for my second lecture and I said that any horse would be fine. Magic was selected which didn’t surprise me since he had energetically been sending me messages all day after the mornings events.
When they brought him forward he was frantically pacing back and forth completely stressed and overwhelmed by the events of the day. He also saw himself in the mirror for the first time which definitely threw him for a loop! It was quite noticeable from the crowd perspective as the handler had her hands filled with a Clydesdale that measured over 18 hands tall (over 6 feet from the shoulders)! (See photo)
One of the first oils I used was Inner Child. I allowed him to smell this and put it on his ears and jawline. As he began to shift and relax a bit I further intuited the information I received in the morning. I found out that he felt displaced and trapped by his circumstances; and felt that he had no purpose which was creating his stress. I used a series of oils including Clarity and Magnify Your Purpose oil which were placed on the stomach and lung meridians; and he was allowed to smell them.
As he smelled Magnify Your Purpose, I told him verbally that he was no longer a victim of his circumstances and that he had a new purpose with Blue Star to help horses (and people) rise above the circumstances that they had been through so they could once again be free. I told him verbally that he had my permission to no longer be trapped, that he had been released and it was safe to do this. And that he had permission become his new purpose.
And then he shifted and so did the ground underneath us! This gigantic, powerful horse shifted into a state of acceptance, peace and joy. His huge head dropped as he surrendered; and we were all amazed and overjoyed by the change he exhibited and what we had just witnessed. Magic had a huge emotional release that affected all of us that day, including me; and today he is one of the most purposeful horses, serving as an Equine Ambassador, in the Blue Star Rescue Program whose mission is to educate the public about the link between mother earth, humans and horses. And of course draft horse rescue.
Note to Readers: After the Equine Wellness Expo 2012, I learned that Magic didn’t make it as a Budweiser Clydesdale because he was born with one black foot so he was sold to the Phoenix Zoo where he pulled a carriage.
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