Four Horses for Wholeness
Personal HealingIs The Foundation For A Revolution For Wholeness.
Hertha Lund, EGC Method® Certified Practitioner
As we learn to understand and heal the pain of past and current traumas that are often buried deep within us, we become free to express our true self and live life to the fullest.
As this pain that we often hold locked in our hearts and bodies is released, we gain confidence in ourselves and our abilities. We are likely to experience healing in many levels of our being, muster the courage to open our hearts and to express the love and creativity that we always felt within us. We become happier and the pain that seemed insurmountable loses its grip on us.
As I went through my EGCM® sessions to heal the effects of my own childhood traumas that dominated my life and my health for a long time, I discovered that this path gave me a new way to work with my own emotions and thoughts, and that these no longer dictated my reactions and responses to people and to ‘life.’ I also realized that what I experienced and learned continues to expand beyond the sessions and I believe this will happen to you too.
What Is The EGC Method
Created by Melisa Pearce
“Equine Gestalt Coaching Method® is a type of coaching that helps clients bring to their awareness emotional blockages and unfinished business that may be holding them back in their lives. The personal work the Equine Gestalt Coaches guide their clients through is “in the moment”, deeply tied to somatics (body responses) and experiential in nature.”
I believe that a horse’s love flows through our defenses to help us find our true selves within our own hearts.
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Why Four Horses?
Each of us has ‘four bodies.’ A mental body (our mind, brain, consciousness); an emotional body (our “gut” feelings); a spiritual body (centered in our hearts and minds); and the physical body.
When we are healthy and live a well-balanced life, these four components of our being, our ‘four bodies,’ work well and in harmony with each other and we experience well-being and balance in our lives.
At the ranch, you will get to meet my four horses which to me each exemplify the characteristics of one of these bodies in their nature.