Mindful U at Naropa University

Kate Mazuy: Healing through Wilderness & Equine Therapy



January 22nd, 2019  •  31 mins 23 secs  •  Download (71.8 MB)  •  Link with Timestamp

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"The natural world is unconditional, and it welcomes us in whatever state we bring ourselves to it. It invites a level of presence. It sort of insists on a quality of presence, because while there's incredible stillness in the natural world there's also sort of constant movement—even if that's grass being blown by the breeze in a meadow, or a squirrel in a pine tree preparing for winter. There's always a little bit of movement and there's this quality of vastness, right? The natural world is so much bigger than us and in that unconditionality, I think we're invited into an experience that helps us deepen our connection with ourselves, but also helps us get out of our own way."