Before listening to this podcast, please go back to Season One, Episodes 2 and 6 to listen to Michelle's life story so you will have a greater context for this very important discussion.
In this podcast, Michelle and I discuss the evolution of equine therapy programs over the past 2 decades in the U.S. We begin a conversation about the sentience of animals and why they should have a choice in everything they do, especially equine therapy programs. We also explore the difference between consent and compliance, and what freezing might look like in a horse.
Have you ever considered that body work or energy work on an animal might be harmful to them without awareness, consent and freedom of choice?
To receive access to Michelle's free mini-series on Consent and the Sentience of Animals click here: https://www.unbridledchange.org/consent-mini-series
Michelle is operating on a wait list to accept new human clients and generally only works with individuals who are on a path to healing through her small cohort group classes where she teaches about healing in its many forms.
Michelle is not currently accepting animal communication clients and regularly refers people to Ginny Jablonski at:
Here is a link to the blog Ginny mentions during this podcast:
For more about Michelle and Unbridled Change, please check out her website at:
The introduction to this podcast is narrated by Rick Lamb PhD.
*The information provided in this podcast is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical, psychiatric or veterinary advice or treatment. Always seek licensed medical, psychiatric, or veterinary care.
Interspecies Evolution™ promotes holistic balance through an integrative treatment model defined by the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health.
Please use discernment when contracting with energy "healers" who claim to heal humans or animals in any capacity. Interspecies Evolution™ promotes self-awareness and empowerment through education and direct experience on one's own journey of remembering.
For more information about the Host, Ginny Jablonski, please refer to her website at www.heartofthehorse.us