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Excerpt from Softening In With Beth Lauren Parrish

In our second Let’s Talk Herd podcast together, Beth and I discuss ways to soften in to our highest vibration. Beth has a wealth of inspiring and original ideas to help all horse guardians.

In the excerpt Beth is sharing advice from her future self that she accessed through a Quantum Jumping meditation technique from Burt Goldman.

Softening In with Beth Lauren Parrish

Part 1: We start acknowledging the power of collaboration, and why insecurity can creep in. Beth explains her awareness of softening in and we discuss aggression in horses. I describe my experiences with Marie and Cheyenne. Beth describes her course Brave In The Saddle and letting go of an agenda with her pony Pepper.

Part 2: Beth introduces her book, Your Horse Believes In You, and talks about her typical clients, evolving in what you do and staying open. We talk about the book The Go Giver, subconscious programming and self worth. I share an experience with my herd and we talk about shifting the story, cross-training and Beth’s quantum jumping meditation.

Part 3: We discuss how we are creating our world, Beth’s free course, what helps when you are really low, music and the space of potential. The value of appreciation and the fusion of UFO’s and spirituality. Beth shares the message about horses from the Greys, and we talk about horses’ vibrational creativity. We discuss attracting financial abundance and the concept of spiritual horsemanship. 

About Beth Lauren Parrish

Beth Lauren Parrish is a CHA Certified Level 3 Instructor in both English and Western disciplines. She is also a Level 1 Equestrian Tai Chi Instructor.  Beth has recently become certified as a RTT® Practitioner, so she can enhance her clients’ transformations within one to three sessions. She has taught thousands of lessons for the past 22 years and started riding in 1986.

After obtaining a BA in International Studies from UNC Chapel Hill, Beth decided to become a full-time instructor after falling in love with teaching at a summer camp in Maine. Beth maintained a client base of 30 students, in the middle of New York City at the Chelsea Piers.

She then established riding schools in Southern California and Austin, Texas. She now lives and teaches south of Atlanta, Georgia, in a horse friendly town called Locust Grove.

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Discover how Inspired Riding will make your horse proud! You are about to embark on a journey. Every ride, lesson, and encounter, teaches and shapes us. Horses are parallels to life. The more we get in tune with horses, the more we can understand our lives.

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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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