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Finding Your State of Flow

Take a moment and remember one of the best rides you have ever had. Maybe it wasn’t even a ride, it was just being with your horse…

A time where you were completely lost in the moment.

Time itself seemed to be standing still and all the noise in your mind of day to day life went away.

There is a name for this state, and it’s not an accident how we get there.

It is, I believe, what keeps us coming back to riding even when we may go days or weeks without finding that feeling. Being in flow, whatever activity takes us there, is one of the most positive states of life.

In a way, finding this state is a form of self-expression, where we are challenged, yet competent. I’ll explain more in today’s video!

Click play below and learn what it means to be in a state of flow and how we can engineer finding this state.

Want to learn more about flow? Here is an article to go deeper.

Leave a comment and share a story about the time you were with your horse or a ride where you were in a state of flow!

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