Horsensei Publications

Equine-imity teaches somatic horsemanship using qigong, a tai-chi like meditation, with horses. Somatic means of the body. Written especially for Equine-imity explores the physical relationship between humans and horses, on the ground and, optionally, on the horse, in order to promote physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual health in both species.
Adapt the proven Stanford Medicine and Horsemanship program to your equine learning program. With this ground-breaking manual and accompanying materials, any person, or group of people, with healthcare, equine, and experiential learning expertise can learn to conduct programs that teach medical students and healthcare professionals the interpersonal skills needed to become true healers. Read more...

PATH, International STRIDES Vol. 20, No. 3 (2014)

Somatic Horsemanship—An Equine-Facilitated Wellness Program

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by Beverley Kane, MD, and Cornelia Thompson, TRI. This article describes the Stanford School of Medicine Health Improvement Course, Somatic Horsemanship—Stress Reduction in the Presence of Horses. Learn how your Equine-Assisted Activities and Therapies center can conduct an equine-facilitated wellness program for able-bodied teenagers and adults. See our demonstration at the PATH Annual Conference Horse Expo, Saturday, November 1, 2014, 9:00-10:30.

Projection—The Magic Mirror

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Projection is a monograph excerpted from The Manual of Medicine and Horsemanship. It discusses projection, introjection, re-collection, transference, and counter-transference in the therapeutic relationship.

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Mythology of Horses

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Mythology of Horses was submitted as Dr. Kane's dissertation for certification with the Marin Institute for Projective Dreamwork. It discusses horses in myths and dreams.

The Parapsychology of the Horse-Human Relationship

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The Parapsychology of the Horse-Human Relationship is a 4.2 MB PowerPoint presentation that was delivered at the 2010 and 2011 Equine-Guided Education Association annual conferences in Valley Ford, CA. It defines and describes gold-standard Western medical research and research in parapsychology. It discusses the relevance of parapsychology and consciousness studies to equine-assisted learning and therapy. The content was revised for Window 2012. View in both Slide Show mode and Normal View for full content.

Symptom and Significance

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Symptom and Significance is an essay on psychosomatic (mind-body) medicine and healing. It describes the symbolic aspects of health and illness and gives practical tips for playing with the body's metaphors in the service of creating wholeness and wellness.