Synopses & Reviews
Two years ago author and horse trainer Linda Kohanov wrote The Tao of Eguus--a daring multidisciplinary exploration of the powerful spiritual, emotional, and psychological connections between people and horses, its provocative narrative, blending her story of prescient dreams and ancestral communication with a wide-ranging exploration of equine-facilitated therapy practices, created a worldwide demand for her workshops and lectures she also received more than 1,000 letters from readers around the world describing their own strange and wonderful experiences with horses. In Riding Between the worlds, Kohanov continues sharing the story of her own journey of healing and transformation and further develops the ideas introduced in The Tao of Equus, bolstering her groundbreaking theories with anecdotal evidence. Where her previous book laid the theoretical groundwork for expanding our emotional, mental, and spiritual view of horses, Riding Between the worlds concentrates on the extraordinary stories that support this view.
From a highly perceptive author, equestrian, teacher, and horse trainer comes a treatise on the healing properties of horses a follow-up to the groundbreaking The Tao of Equus. Be they personal relationships with equine friends, fears being overcome in the saddle, or intimate experiences between rider and horse, the ways a horse can be a healer are many. Drawn from years of personally experiencing the intuitive connection between human and horse, Kohanov's insights into equine wisdom are taken from real stories of those healed by horses. Kohanov's own experiences of a deep connection to her herd of horses such as the compelling story of a foal's birth are also included. Her message is simple and undeniable: horses share an intense spiritual connection with humans, and tapping into that realm can do wonders for the soul.