In Search of the Master Who Dances with Horses: Growth
Based on social media statistics, Klaus Ferdinand Hempfling is arguably the most popular horse trainer in the world, with more than one and a half million “likes” on Facebook and just one of his many YouTube videos viewed more than 2.6 million times. At a certain point in time he invited people to join him as part of a very small select group to study with him full-time for a year. Urgently in need of a meaningful change of life, a man decides to cross the world together with his wife, a horse and a dog to be part of that small select group of people. He too would like to learn how to dance with horses. Perhaps it will then also be possible for him to teach others to do the same one day. He expects it to be life-changing. It is. This is the second part of his story.
5 out of 5 starsThe horse as your friend and willing partner!This book emphasizes the relationship between human and horse as it should be. It also makes it clear that this relationship or bond takes preference above all else equestrian.(Jal on Amazon, verified purchase)4 out of 5 starsGoing to "The Ends of the Earth"....Would have been much better if author had eliminated @ 90% of whining about how he got screwed by Klaus Hempfling! Otherwise, excellent in regards to difficulty of caring for horses without having your own facilities & pasture, plus all the thought & actions required to develop your "partnership" with our equine friends!(Dr Peter Brown on Amazon, verified purchase)4 out of 5 starsJust what was wanted!(Al Walrath Jr. on Amazon, verified purchase)