Horse Sense for People: The Man Who Listens to Horses Talks to People #ad - Touching the hearts of more than four million readers worldwide, that memoir—which spent more than a year at the top of The New York Times bestseller list—described his discovery of the "language" of horses and the dramatic effectiveness of removing violence from their training. From the author of the #1 bestseller The Man Who Listens to Horses"Monty Roberts will make you marvel.
The new york times book reviewin the man Who Listens to Horses, Monty Roberts revealed the depth of communication possible between human and horse.
The Man Who Listens To HorsesHandheld Books #ad - When monty roberts was thirteen years old he went off on his own to the deserts of Nevada to watch mustangs in the wild. We learn how, through his relationship with various horses, he gradually developed the methods which enabled him to communicate in their own language: a silent language of gestures like signing for the deaf.
This is the bestselling autobiography that spread Monty Roberts’ message across the world and changed his life forever. In this book he tells you how. The man who listens to Horses reveals his deep love and understanding of horses. Unique and inspirational, and with a message that resonates far wider than its application to horses, it might change your life too.
The Man Who Listens To Horses #ad - What he learned about their methods of communication changed his life forever. According to monty, anyone can learn the language of the horse and anyone can learn his Join-UpR methods.
From My Hands To YoursHandheld Books #ad - From My Hands To Yours #ad - Finally a textbook on the language of Equus and Monty's Join-Up® training principles. Monty's methods are meticulously described so you can apply his hard earned knowledge to your own training. Includes the very first dictionary of eQUUS clearly depicting the signs and reciprocal gestures between human and equine through photos and illustrations.
From my hands to yours shares monty's Join-Up® horse training methods with you, both on the ground and under saddle. You'll learn to wok with your horse's remedial behavior such as:BitingPulling backRearingBuckingand more!Basic movements such as stopping, turning, and changing leads are also included.
The Soul of a Horse: Life Lessons from the HerdThree Rivers Press #ad - A heartwarming story of a couple and their horse exploring what caring for a horse can teach us about companionship—whether it’s with a four-legged friend or a fellow human. They searched for logic and sense in the rule books of traditional horse care. Written for everyone who has ever loved a horse or ever loved the idea of loving a horse, this memoir leads us on a voyage of discovery as Joe and Kathleen navigate uncharted territory on their way to achieving a true relationship with their horses.
The Soul of a Horse: Life Lessons from the Herd #ad - . A surprise birthday gift plunged joe and his wife, Kathleen, into the world of horses as complete neophytes without a clue as to what a horse needed or wanted. Joe camp’s inspiring book unlocks the mystery of a majestic creature who has survived on earth, without assistance, for fifty-five million years and teaches us that the lessons he learned apply not only to horses but also to our relationships with people.
What they found was not what they had expected.
Integral Christianity: The Spirit's Call to EvolveParagon House #ad - This book presents a model of christianity that incorporates the insights of a Jesus-centered theology of biblical interpretation, integral philosophy, and over fifty years of pastoral experience in leading evolutionary change in the local church. Smith says, “the oldest thing you can say about God is that God is always doing something new.
The perspectives of integral theory and practice, articulated by Ken Wilber, help uncover the integral approach that Jesus advocated and demonstrated in the metaphors of his time – and that traditional Christianity has largely been unable to see. Smith incorporates elements of traditional, including progressive, and postmodern theological viewpoints, New Thought, modern, and emerging/emergent ones.
Integral Christianity: The Spirit's Call to Evolve #ad - Jesus continues to be a prototype for all spiritual paths in their task of keeping up with the Spirit’s evolutionary impulse to welcome the next stage. He calls us to do the same, whatever our religion is today. Jesus pushed his own religion to newness by including the best of its past, and transcending the worst of its present.
However, he goes beyond all of them and moves to a Christianity that is devoted to following both the historical Jesus and the Risen Christ whose Spirit beckons to us from the future.
Quotidian Mysteries, The: Laundry, Liturgy and "Women's Work" Madeleva Lecture in Spirituality Book 1998Paulist PressTM #ad - Definitely not “for women only. ”. The bestselling author of the cloister Walk reflects on the sanctifying possibilities of everyday work and how God is present in worship and liturgy as well as in ordinary life.
God Unbound: Wisdom from Galatians for the Anxious ChurchUpper Room Books #ad - While deeply honoring tradition, she calls the church to boldly follow the Holy Spirit's leadership into the future. He was able to lead them through this time of great change because of his encounter with the risen Christ on the Damascus road, an experience in which his view of God was completely upended.
God Unbound: Wisdom from Galatians for the Anxious Church #ad - . What does it mean to move beyond the boundaries of what we believe? The apostle Paul led the Galatians through a massive cultural shift in which they had to radically expand their ideas of who God is, who they were, and God's mission for the church. Ideal for a 6- to 9-week small-group study. Elaine heath extends an invitation to broaden our view of God by moving beyond the walls of buildings and programs to become a more diverse church than we have ever imagined.
Today christianity is undergoing a cultural shift just as challenging as the situation confronting Paul and the Galatians. As many churches decline, congregations and pastors feel uncertain and anxious about how to continue their mission of making disciples of Jesus Christ.
To You We Shall Return: Lessons About Our Planet from the LakotaSterling Ethos #ad - Grandmother, you who listen and hear all, you from whom all good things come…It is your embrace we feel when we return to you…” This traditional Lakota prayer to Grandmother Earth opens Joseph Marshall III's newest work, a meditation on our connection to the land and an exhortation to respect it.
To You We Shall Return: Lessons About Our Planet from the Lakota #ad - Using a combination of personal anecdote, too, Marshall takes us back to his childhood and shows us how we, and Lakota tales, detailed history, can learn to love our planet. Although he was educated in euro-american schools, and above all, marshall had the benefit of growing up with wise grandparents who taught him never to walk a path without knowing the trail from which he'd come: that the bow does not make the hunter, that the earth can be boundlessly generous-if we can learn to accept its gifts.
Awed to Heaven, Rooted in Earth: Prayers of Walter BrueggemannFortress Press #ad - The volume also includes an index of biblical allusions that will be useful for preachers as well as the general reader looking for the biblical roots of these fears, hopes, struggles, and aspirations. These deeply felt and sparklingly articulated prayers reflect a wide range of life experiences. This thoughtful collection of prayers emerged from Brueggemanns thirty-five years of teaching in seminaries.
Awed to Heaven, Rooted in Earth: Prayers of Walter Brueggemann #ad - As readers, we are taken from the depths of pain and loss to the heights of joy and praise. Brueggemanns prayers lead us to deeper commitment, deeper faith, and deeper reflection. The author takes on life in its fullest as he utters his praise and lament, petition and thanksgiving. Full of reflection, and dialogue, faith, they reveal another side of this gifted author from what his many readers are accustomed to.
Super, Natural Christians: How We Should Love NatureFortress Press #ad - In a readable and available style, alive with concrete imagery and autobiographical material, McFague crafts a Christian spirituality centered on nature as the focus and locus of our encounter with the divine. A former dean at vanderbilt University's Divinity School, Sallie McFague calls Christians down to earth.
. She helps us see all life as created in the image of God.
For Sabbath's Sake: Embracing Your Need for Rest, Worship, and CommunityUpper Room #ad - God's commandment to "remember the Sabbath day and keep it holy" seems like a relic from a simpler time. Many americans balk at the idea of setting aside a whole day for worship, rest, and time with those who matter most to them. Yet we long for more time to spend on what matters most—unrushed time to rest, reconnect with friends and loved ones, and deepen our relationship with God.
An ancient spiritual practice exists that can help restore balance to our lives: the practice of keeping sabbath. But how exactly do we manage to build time for sabbath into our busy lives? Dana Trent explores this question in For Sabbath's Sake. With humor and honesty, rest, Trent reveals her own struggles with setting apart a day devoted to God, and community.
For Sabbath's Sake: Embracing Your Need for Rest, Worship, and Community #ad - Discover a spiritual practice that helps you maintain spiritual, physical, emotional, and mental health. We toiled on computers seven days per week, rising as early as 4:00 a. M. This book traces the rich history of sabbath, helps you find ways to overcome barriers to this spiritual practice, and suggests achievable ways to build sabbath into your life.
Though i grew up keeping sundays sacred, six years into our marriage, we'd fallen into the trap of using the Lord's Day to catch up. Many people use weekends to catch up on errands and other work that doesn't get done during the week.