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Horse Sense for People

Horse Sense for People This is Monty Roberts s long awaited sequel to The Man Who Listens to Horses In this fascinating book Monty Roberts shows us how to use the Join Up technique his amazing method for persuading a wild

  • Title: Horse Sense for People
  • Author: Monty Roberts
  • ISBN: 9780142000977
  • Page: 198
  • Format: Paperback
  • This is Monty Roberts s long awaited sequel to The Man Who Listens to Horses In this fascinating book, Monty Roberts shows us how to use the Join Up technique his amazing method for persuading a wild horse to accept a saddle, bridle, and rider as the model for how best to strengthen human relationships Full of memorable encounters with horses and humans, Horse Sense foThis is Monty Roberts s long awaited sequel to The Man Who Listens to Horses In this fascinating book, Monty Roberts shows us how to use the Join Up technique his amazing method for persuading a wild horse to accept a saddle, bridle, and rider as the model for how best to strengthen human relationships Full of memorable encounters with horses and humans, Horse Sense for People has at its core a belief in the power of gentleness, positive action, nonviolence, and trust Roberts provides thought provoking guidelines for improving the quality of our communication with one another, for learning to read each other effectively, and for creating fear free environments With demonstrations of the Join Up technique selling out arenas all over the world, Monty Roberts continues to inspire enthusiasts and convert skeptics Sure to draw many new readers, Horse Sense for People is the book Monty Roberts s fans be they horse enthusiasts, business managers, or book lovers have been waiting for.

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    1. WOW! Thank you Monty Roberts. You have reiterated what I have always known as a horse trainer. It is never just about the horses and we have more in common with our equine friends than we know.

    2. Monty should stick to horses join up; eyes to eyes. look for ear. licking. Turn away; wrist and fingers closed. eyes on the ground in front of feet. emotions to reason ratio in society is to high; horses advance/retreat. Fear is antecedent of violence and ignorance is antecedent to fear. trim tab concept; only need to motivate 5 percent to turn the ship; animals smell fear.

    3. I was very excited to read this book and soon got disappointed unfortunately. I love Monty Roberts' Join Up method but I guess I know too much about the "language" of horses already so there were not a lot of new elements in there. Good book to start on horsemanship I reckon. And a whole lot of ideas to deal with a variety of problems that may come up. So it`s a good book for finding solutions for problems. But there was too much advertising in the book for me. The Dually halter seems to be the [...]

    4. Natural BrillianceHe is the Jane Goodall of horses, with an intuitive nature and keen observational skills. Like Goodall, he succeeds because his heart is in his work and he deeply cares about his fellow creatures.

    5. Monty Roberts should stick to writing about horses. The book's best parts were only about horses. I am a domestic abuse survivor, so I know that much of the techniques described here for people would never have worked on my abuser. This is one of those ho-hum self-help books that you may have read ten years ago but forgot mostly about until you start to read it again. Not much about horses, sadly. Skip it.

    6. Monty Roberts makes a convincing case against violence and while his arguments are anecdotal they are very convincing. The truly interesting part is his wealth of experience living a life without violence: the challenges and solutions he came up with. Some examples of his failures would have been also welcome.If you're a parent, a manager or simply interested in improving your interactions with humans and animals alike - get the book and enjoy a wonderful read. It's worth reading only for the mu [...]

    7. I read this book and found it very intersting and after reading this book. When being around a horse it makes life a whole big dffferance to me. I can read what the horses it thinking and talk to him and he can read me too. As before I could not do this at all. I would have to say thank you for writing an awesome book and I have learned quite a bit from this book also. I read this book last year. It took me till this pass march to finsih it Great read too.

    8. I liked this book very much, except for one entry he makes that is not needed. You will know what I mean if you read the book. I learned from this book. And I will read his other books. I am especially anxious to watch the video/c.d (whatever form it is in) "Shyboy" the story of his first mustang to "Join Up".

    9. This book would probably be more interesting if I hadn't read Monty's first book, his memoir. This is more of a repeat that doesn't meet my expectations of sharing how Monty's strategies with horses can be used as we interact as people. Darn.

    10. I found the book convinced me that violence is not the answer. It has effected me in how I will interact with people. I enjoyed this book.

    11. I really liked this book, but I seem to have miss placed it. I think maybe I lent it to Holly and forgot. mmm

    12. Not very useful as described but still as a story of the man, not bad. I had just hoped for more from it.

    13. I thought this was an excellent read. Monty Roberts uses the gentleness he applies to training horses to the complexities of guiding people. Good book to have in your library.

    14. if you have never read about this guy - you should! it is an excellent read, about the language of horses - equss - and what people can learn from it.

    15. Perhaps Monty should take up coaching parents too, his philosphy around horsemanship is enlightened.

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