written by Christine Danyi

“There’s facts about horses, and there’s opinion’s about horses. The horses have the facts, and the humans have the opinions. If you want facts about a horse, always get them straight from the horse. If you want opinions, get them from the human.” adapted from Kinship With All Life by J Allen Boone.

Okay, but how do you get the facts from a horse? We don’t speak their language so how do we communicate in order to discover what the horse is emotionally feeling?

Of course being a horse whisperer would be cool, but is there an easier way?

I think so. I’ve been communicating with animals for the last few years using a wonderful technique called The Emotion Code. The Emotion Code uses muscle testing, often called muscle response analysis, to uncover negative emotions that may be trapped in the energy body. These trapped emotions can lead to behavioral issues in animals and may even manifest in their physical bodies. With The Emotion Code we can create a dialogue with the subconscious mind of the animal, find the trapped emotions, and then release them.

Recently I was invited to do some Equine Emotion Code sessions at a stable in central Florida. The folks there got to see first hand the power of this technique. Blythe, a 26 year old mare, had about a dozen of these trapped emotions. And not surprisingly, for almost every emotion released, her owner knew what the event was that caused the trapped emotion. For example, there was the emotion of ‘disgust’ having to do with a horse that Blythe was having trouble with. Blythe also had the emotion of ‘unworthy’. When we determined that the emotion got trapped at around age 11, the owners eyes began to swell up with tears. She told me that this was the time when she tried to sell Blythe. She never knew that her horse thought that she was no longer wanted. Amazingly, after clearing that emotion in the usual way, down the governing meridian, Blythe began to yawn. She yawned three times in succession. “Look, she’s releasing” the owners friend said. I asked what she meant, knowing that in my Energy Medicine world, yawning was energy moving. I had no idea that it meant something similar, but it did. It meant that the horse was releasing and relaxing. In horse body language a yawn is an outward sign of an internal or mental shift. Blythe was confirming in own her language that a change had taken place!

Then it was time for Merlin’s Emotion Code session. Merlin had a peculiar behavior with his mouth and tongue. He would nervously lick his lips, especially when he felt uncomfortable. He would also get terribly upset at himself when he did something wrong, even if it was minor. Merlin had several trapped emotions around the age of 11 (he’s 16) when his owner purchased him and he had a terrible stomach ulcer. No one knew it at the time and no one had diagnosed his odd behavior as being anything other than emotional. They thought he was just acting out and didn’t realize he was actually trying to communicate that something was psychically wrong with him. The emotions of frustration, failure, conflict, and heartache all surfaced at around the same age of 11-12. We were now able to release these trapped emotions dealing with not being understood. The next day his owner said he was more relaxed and loving. A week later I did a remote session on Merlin, releasing more emotions related to his feeling bad about himself and then his big shift came!

In the owner’s own words, here’s what she said,

“Sorry this is the first time I got to my computer. Big changes!! Even noticed by outside sources. Thank you sooooo much – he seems tremendously more relaxed!! This is Sunday and he still seems great – no tongue AT ALL!! I want to keep up with this – I am a true believer!!”

What an empowering feeling for these owners to be able to help their horses, Merlin and Blythe, release the trapped emotions that had been accumulating for years. These owners knew in their hearts that their horses wanted, needed and were ready for help and they didn’t hesitate to try something new. They were able to help their four legged friends by putting aside their opinions about what they thought the horse was feeling and instead went right for the facts with the help of The Emotion Code.

So if you want the facts, you need to go to the horse. And what better way to get the facts than with The Emotion Code.

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