Horses have done so much for humans – they’ve helped us win wars, make money, cultivate the land – the list is long and varied.
While typically thought of as being domesticated, there are populations of wild horses in Alberta (and beyond) who may not be considered a ‘native species’ – some consider it more appropriate to say ‘feral’ vs. ‘wild’ – yet still embody those authentic horse-like traits we humans so admire.
Untethered by the constraints of human expectation, wild horses are free to abide by their family oriented nature – they form herds and create families.
They are rough around the edges but maintain their sleek beauty. These beings are the perfect expression of authenticity.
The appearance of a wild horse is a signal to examine your true nature, both as an individual and as part of the human species.
Are you tapped into your authenticity?
Where do you feel like you might be holding back on your ‘wild’ nature?