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Liz Nimmo wrote:
> This was posted from the equinemassage list. I thought it seemed
> Chriistopher is a nine and is a really neat schoolmaster for young
> kids--taking care of them and adding just the amount of difficulty each one
> can tolerate. Very intuitive!
> Liz in MO
> > From: Liz Nimmo <email@example.com>
> > To: Trailriding@cwa.com
> > Subject: What Number is your Horse.Numerology
> > Date: Monday, April 05, 1999 7:17 AM
> > What Number is your Horse.
> > Firstly everything in our dear sweet universe can be represented by a
> > vibrational quality. A simple way to show this is to give it a number, a
> > single digit number from 1 to 9. Each number then gives you the basic
> > vibration of whatever you are looking at and can help you determine the
> > behaviour patterns one jumps into instinctually at times of stress, what
> > sort of life they will gravitate to, what obstacles they may have to
> > encounter to achieve their goals. You can stay simply with the numbers of
> > the month day and year of birth, or you can look at the combinations of
> > numbers and how they all intermingle to a complex web of intrigue. Today
> > will just focus on what the likely behaviour of our horses would be if we
> > were to add up all the digits in their birthdate and then reduce them to
> > one
> > digit. For example a horse born on 21st September 1998. we add the
> > 2+1+9+1+9+9+8 = 39, which then 3+9 = 12, 1+2=3. So with this horse we
> > see where a 3 life path would lead him and what possible quirks we may
> > to deal with.
> > Is my horse a NUMBER ONE?
> > This horse is most likely to be our Alpha Mare, or the Gelding who wished
> > he
> > could. When dealing with a ONE horse you must be able to demand respect
> > this horse respects strength in others and will not tolerate weakness.
> > They
> > work best in an adverse situation and get results by sheer willpower,
> > working to exhaustion to complete a task.
> > Is my horse a NUMBER TWO?
> > This horse needs your guidance, it needs you to know what you want and to
> > make the decisions. The stress of indecision can make them emotional and
> > they need a lot of action so they dont become bored. The key with this
> > horse
> > is a regular routine and lots of support. In return you will get a loyal
> > friend that loves you and who will absorb training easily.
> > Is my horse a NUMBER THREE?
> > This horse needs you to like him. He will love to play and may argue with
> > you if he thinks YOU have gotten the dressage test wrong. He is the horse
> > who will give you a condescending look if he thinks you have missed HIS
> > cue.
> > But for goodness sake never judge him harshly as he is forever seeking
> > approval.
> > Is my horse a NUMBER FOUR?
> > This horse will pass any technical test. He is precision and attends to
> > every detail demanded of him with pleasure. He will also be very patient
> > with you if you are not as systematic as he is. He feels obliged to work
> > with and overcome the difficulties arising because you do not have his
> > for detail. This horse has an inbuilt knowing of form, symmetry and
> > equilibrium.
> > Is my horse a NUMBER FIVE?
> > Ooopss this horse is a tad accident prone, only because they are swift
> > fast. They can be a bit of a scatterbrain, but do have a inner sense of
> > duty
> > that can be called upon by a strong owner. This horse may attract bitter
> > experiences and if abused early in his life can be the sort of horse that
> > will fight back for many years. This is one horse who if positive will
> > any challenge and thrive if you are into dangerous horse sports, he loves
> > thrills and takes dares.
> > Is my horse a NUMBER SIX?
> > This horse is the broodmare, takes responsibility and loves to be in the
> > place of trust. She may tend to be bossy, opinionated, self centered and
> > interfering, however is only out of her concern for others. She will be
> > first to alert you to a possible problem as she is the compulsive worrier
> > and seeing things happen before they have a chance to develop.
> > Is my horse a NUMBER SEVEN?
> > This horse is a daydreamer, he is probably talking to God when you see
> > 'far away look' in his eye. He is a horse who will be at ease away from a
> > herd situation, however he will crave affection. He is idealistic and
> > easily
> > hurt if you feel the need to discipline him harshly. He will have trouble
> > comprehending why he was disciplined. You must be the ideal owner to him
> > he will escape into his own thought to dream you into one.
> > Is my horse a NUMBER EIGHT?
> > This horse will win. He has the ability to achieve and accumulate prizes.
> > Though be careful you appreciate all the acclaim he brings you as he can
> > into resentment if he does not receive the credit. He is the horse which
> > will dominate you if you do not put in the time and effort so he can win,
> > so
> > be careful as he is ambitious. Best to hang your ribbons where he can
> > them with pride.
> > Is my horse a NUMBER NINE?
> > This horse is your psychic barometer, he will have felt every argument,
> > every thought, every feeling that has occurred in the barn. If he is in a
> > mood when you arrive for your ride, glance around and see if it is him,
> > or someone else. This horse needs to be of service, he must feel he is
> > serving you to achieve whatever it is he perceives you need. If the time
> > comes for retirement he will enjoy being a horse at a riding for disabled
> > centre. The horse will give more than asked of him everytime.
> > So what number is your horse?
> > warm regards
> > Catherine
> > http://www.hartingdale.com.au/~happyhorses
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