I’ve been playing around with the law of attraction for many years now. This is a short story of how I managed to attract some incredible experiences with horses.
I remember being 3 or 4 years old when the universe brought me an opportunity to experience a beautiful horse.
I was on vacation with my parents when they decided to rent horses for a guided tour up a canyon pathway. I sat in the saddle in front of my mother. I don’t remember anything about the scenery, at that time, because that amazing creature had my undivided attention. I was completely captivated by this animal and I remember feeling intense love and gratitude for my new four legged friend, because it was serving me in a perfect way, by allowing me to ride on its back. I couldn’t keep my hands off it. Petting it was the only way I knew how to say “thank you” and it was the only way for me to give something back.
I stepped onto a path of self discovery, and that day I learned that, I passionately enjoy horses. It was easy to allow horses to dominate my thoughts after that. I daydreamed about horses.
When I was 8 years old and I knew how to read I had an opportunity to borrow a book from the library. The type of book I was naturally drawn to were always about horses. I was working with the law of attraction even though my parents didn’t own horse property and I didn’t know what the law of attraction was.
It wasn’t at all reasonable for me to ask my parents for a horse so I never even considered talking to them about it. By the time I was 10 years old my father bought a horse and kept it on our neighbors horse property. I also began spending summers at my uncles home in Idaho where he own several horses that I rode. The first job I landed was working in my uncles little fast food joint called THE HUNGRY HORSE drive-in during the summer when I lived with him.
I can honestly say that, to this day, I still appreciate the scent of a beautiful horse.
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