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Sat, Sep 14


Aurora, OR

Communicating from Self Identity - Through the Way of the Horse and the Understandings of Ka Ta See

Cost: $495 / limit six people; includes lunch

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Communicating from Self Identity - Through the Way of the Horse and the Understandings of Ka Ta See
Communicating from Self Identity - Through the Way of the Horse and the Understandings of Ka Ta See

Time & Location

Sep 14, 2019, 9:00 AM – Sep 15, 2019, 5:00 PM

Aurora, OR

About the event

Cost: $495 / limit six people; includes lunch

Date: Saturday and Sunday, September 14 & 15, 2019; 9:00a.m. to 5:00p.m.

Location: Aurora, Oregon - specific address will be given to registered attendees only.

Invitation by: Lora Keddie, Ka Ta See Shaman and co-owner of Keddie Farms

Taught by: Angela Wilken, Ka Ta See Shaman, Eponaquest Equine Facilitated Learning Instructor, trained in CPI Nonviolent Crisis Intervention and Owner of Freedom Farms & Stable in Owensville, MO

Hosted by: Linda Racette Hill

Horse Instructors: Bobby, Sam, Mr. Pringles, Deacon

Class Description:

Our entire lives are spent in relation to others. How do you show up? Are you being what you think others want to see? Or, are you being YOU? By being ourselves, our authentic self, we honor the diversity that is so special and rich in the world, and our communication skills with others improve. There is no more important truth than knowing who we are, what we are, and what is our path and purpose. In Ka Ta See, we call this our Song, our individual totality.

Once we understand ourselves, our Song, we open to understanding others in the same ways. We begin to see and honor diversity in all our relationships. We connect Song to Song, and when we communicate from this place wonders happen.

Horses communicate this way all the time. They are continually inviting us to meet them Song to Song. They invite us to express our most authentic self in relationship within a safe environment of no judgement. This is the Way of the Horse.

In this two-day course, you will learn how to find your authentic self, your Song self, and gain access to many tools to help communicate with others from this place of being while experiencing it directly with horses. Our Horse Instructors teach and offer you the practice and confidence to bring this way of being into All your personal relations, and ultimately into your community.

Who would want to attend?

This class is open to all adults who want to know more about themselves, who they really are, and how this understanding makes them a more successful communicator. No prior horse experience required, and all work is done from the ground.

How do you need to prepare?

No preparation is required. A couple of books might interest you.

1) The Reluctant Shaman by Kay Cordell Whitaker

2) Riding Between the Worlds: Expanding Our Potential Through the Way of the Horse by Linda Kohanov

How to dress? What to bring? What not to bring?

Dress for the weather and to be near horses. Since it is an outdoor event, we will only cancel for extreme weather situations. Boots are recommended, but must have close-toed shoes. Bring pen and paper if you would like to take notes. We will be supplying lunch and snacks. As part of your registration we will ask about food sensitivities. You are welcome to bring your own food if you want. Bring an open mind and open heart to learning something new and deeper about yourself. Please don’t bring unregistered people or children. No pets, even left in the cars. No alcohol or non-prescriptive drug consumption during this event. This is a non-smoking facility. No smoking or vaping on the grounds at any time.

Studies we will explore:

1) What individual self-discovery we want to accomplish

2) What is your Song and what is Song Ceremony

3) Creating safe space for developing strong relationships in community

4) Understanding non-verbal communication

5) Recognizing our bodies as sensing and tuning instruments

6) Emotions as information

7) Boundaries and mutual respect

8) Motivation through assertiveness vs aggression

9) Active and reflective work with horses as teachers

10) Plenty of journal and processing time

Please read Waiver of Liability if you plan on attending. Waiver of Liability

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