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How our Equestrian Tai Chi practice is like a closed circuit Heating System

The Equestrian Tai Chi Podcast

Release Date: 01/15/2022

About the Fire Element and the Tao Riding Memnbership show art About the Fire Element and the Tao Riding Memnbership

The Equestrian Tai Chi Podcast

This episode is about the Fire Element which is predominant now in the Northern Hemisphere from the time of the Summer Solstice on the 21st of June. I also mention the Tao Riding Membership Program. The link below is to be on the waitlist to hear more about the Tao Riding Program.

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Why Horses love when we practice Equestrian Tai Chi show art Why Horses love when we practice Equestrian Tai Chi

The Equestrian Tai Chi Podcast

This episode is about why horses love Equestrian Tai Chi.  It's a focus for them to really tune into energy and to follow it in their body as we practice and in our bodies too. Horses are really masters at reading energy. It's natural for them to connect through energy.  

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Taking the Time to Be Me show art Taking the Time to Be Me

The Equestrian Tai Chi Podcast

This episode is about taking a little time to address habits that are not helpful to us, that we wish we could be free of.

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Using our Yin energy to help us in the shortest days of the year show art Using our Yin energy to help us in the shortest days of the year

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When Time is of the Essence show art When Time is of the Essence

The Equestrian Tai Chi Podcast

This Episode is about when we have to do something in a certain timeframe and we don't have enough time. We look at three things to consider in relation to this and how we can use another type of time to help us, when we are under pressure for time!

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In the Middle of Hope and Fear show art In the Middle of Hope and Fear

The Equestrian Tai Chi Podcast

According to Taoist cosmology, Wu Ji is the undifferentiated source of everything. Although Wu Ji is the source of everything, it has no desire to create and for this a creative energy is needed, and this creative energy is Tai Ji. Tai Ji can give birth to, or generate any set of complimentary opposites, both physical and abstract. This episode is about looking at the opposites of Hope and Fear in relation to something you want to do. I hope you enjoy it and find it useful in some way.

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Making the Small Big, so the Big can become Small show art Making the Small Big, so the Big can become Small

The Equestrian Tai Chi Podcast

A fundamental part of Taoism is the interplay between complimentary opposites, night and day, dark and light, big and small and so on. This Episode is about making things that seem big for us smaller, and highlighting the small things that are stopping us from doing them, so they become bigger.  

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Creating new things at the time of year when Yin energy is at its strongest show art Creating new things at the time of year when Yin energy is at its strongest

The Equestrian Tai Chi Podcast

This Episode is about creating new things or adding to existing things at the time of year when Yin energy is at its strongest. In the deep dark quiet of winter, if we spend time thinking about things that we want, they can be nurtured in the quiet stillness that surrounds us and is in us around the time of the Winter Solstice. Links mentioned in the episode. https://www.equestriantaichi.com/info-stable-clearing/

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About the Equestrian Tai Chi Certification Programs for Instructors 2022 show art About the Equestrian Tai Chi Certification Programs for Instructors 2022

The Equestrian Tai Chi Podcast

This short episode is about the online Equestrian Tai Chi Certification Programs for Riding Instructors and Therapeutic Riding Instructors. If you'd like more information about the programs please visit  

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Ponies Pro-actively Asking for Equestrian Tai Chi practice show art Ponies Pro-actively Asking for Equestrian Tai Chi practice

The Equestrian Tai Chi Podcast

This episode is about ponies proactivley asking for and arranging Equestrian Tai Chi practice, well one pony in particular! Equestrian Tai Chi is a shared practice for horses and ponies just as much as it is for us and if anything they seem to enjoy it even more than us, or least this give more outward obvious signs that they do!

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This episode is about how we can regenerate and smooth our energy with our practice, in the same way a heating system fitted with a magnet can!