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Founder of Medicine Horse Ranch, Alyssa Aubrey, Writes About A Growing Loneliness Of Spirit As Humans Turn Away From Natural, And To Artificial Intelligence.

Founder and Executive Director of Medicine Horse Ranch, Alyssa Aubrey invites readers to reconnect with intuitive ‘horse sense’ to avoid the growing loneliness of spirit humans are experiencing in the digital age.

 

TOMALES, CA – September 20, 2019 – Alyssa Aubrey, Founder of Medicine Horse Ranch and co-author of the best-selling book, The Road To Success, recently posted a new article on her website entitled, Culturally We Are Experiencing A Collective “Great Loneliness Of Spirit”.Ms. Aubrey gives a brief historical overview of the natural relationship between horses and humans.

 

According to Aubrey, “Chief Seattle, the Native American after whom the city of Seattle was named was prescient when he said, “What is man without the beasts? If all the beasts were gone, men would die from great loneliness of spirit, for whatever happens to the beasts also happens to man. All things are connected. Whatever befalls the earth befalls the children of the earth.”  She adds, “I am reminded of these wise words every day as I work with my horses and especially when my horses work with other humans in corporate and individual training sessions.”

 

“Less than 150 years ago,” Aubrey points out, “horses and humans were in relationship every day and all the time.” She elaborates, “Horses lived on our farms. They were tied up in town as people milled about and conducted their businesses and did their errands and shopping. The kids rode horses to school. Horses were the main mode of transportation. They helped build homes, fight wars and settle our nation.”

 

Then Aubrey invites readers to, “Flash forward to the 21st Century where what was once known as “horse sense” or intuitive wisdom has been replaced largely by the dependence on machines and technology.” She further adds, “We worship and adore our handheld devices for doing our bidding. However, feeling our way through life is something more and more people struggle with.” According to Aubrey, “Gut instincts are typically second-guessed and over-ridden as we become more and more dependent on artificial intelligence (AI) and more distant from our own animal/intuitive nature.”

 

 

Read the entire article at http://medicinehorseranch.org/culturally-we-are-experiencing-a-collective-great-loneliness-of-spirit/

 

 

About Alyssa Aubrey

 

Executive Director Alyssa Aubrey, CEGE, is the Founder and Program Director of Medicine Horse Ranch, an educational experiential learning center incorporating horses in human self-development. Alyssa is a writer, teacher, facilitator, empowerment speaker, money coach, and business consultant with over 30 years of experience as both educator and entrepreneur. She is a Certified Equine Guided Educator (CEGE) and a Certified Money Coach through the Financial Recovery Institute.

 

Alyssa is a seasoned facilitator with broad experiences that arise from coaching over 6500 clients in equine-guided learning processes. She is compassionate and tenacious with a genuine passion for supporting others as they embark on new directions for discovery, recovery and transformation. She considers the herd of Medicine Horse program horses to be partners, healers, teachers and guides in this powerfully transformative, often spiritually awakening experience.

 

Alyssa’s current focus is developing eligible candidates to become successful in the field of horse and human interaction. She has developed a nationally recognized curriculum that includes best practices and core principles for the field, providing hands-on training and development through intern and apprenticeship participation.

 

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