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Our first Let’s Talk Herd podcast with Mary Miller-Jordan discusses the way we feel about our individual journey with horses and the part they play in our lives. We move into the influence other equine creatives might have, and the way a certain perspective can help. Mary shares her experience with her close friend and partner Magic, who she first met at the Mustang Makeover competition, and a miraculous gift that came to her in an unexpected way. 

Perspective with Mary Miller-Jordan

Appreciating individual gifts as equine creatives Mary explains her concept of matching pictures and we discuss how it can feel both inspiring and threatening to see what others are accomplishing.

Going deeper into staying true to ourselves, finding our purest potential and understanding what that is while appreciating others. Realising that it is okay to do what we love. 

Mary describes taking the sanctuary horses into the schools and the vibrational aspect of bringing the sanctuary energy.We talk about going back into the root of energy itself. Of maintaining coherence and the collaboration of coherent energy, of the the blessing and freedom of following your heart.

About Mary Miller-Jordan

Mary is a nationally acclaimed Mustang gentler and trainer and has won multiple titles with her Mustang horses. The transformative healing qualities she experienced with the Mustangs were the inspiration for her to found the non profit Mustang Sanctuary, I am Herd.

Mary is the current President of I AM HERD offering unique outreach programs with the Mustang herd to support those in need.

Discover the Mustang Sanctuary and Mary’s Many Beautiful Creations

Let’s Talk Herd podcasts are relaxed yet intelligent conversations about every dimension of holistic horsemanship. We are interested in learning from each other and sharing the unique ideas that are sparked by sharing personal discoveries. If you would like to be a guest contact Camille.

All perspectives are welcome.

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