Adrienne Neary

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Adrienne Neary is an equestrian, writer, author, illustrator and researcher. She has contributed to publications such as the Equine Journal, Dressage & CT, Equerry, The Franklin Journal, and the Horseman’s Yankee Pedlar… has shown her artwork in NYC, Boston and Lexington, KY, and has created a successful line of equine anatomy charts that have sold all over the world.
During her career as a Dressage coach and trainer, she had the opportunity to pioneer a novel, integrated form of horse care. She details that work in her text book called “Coherent Horsemanship: Combining the Quantum and the Classical”. This unique manuscript displays her extensive knowledge as a Classically trained rider, a Certified Reiki practitioner, and her experience as
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Adrienne Neary In fact, I LOVE the so-called writer's block! However, words create thoughts, thoughts create things, and in this case, as soon as we say, 'I have wri…moreIn fact, I LOVE the so-called writer's block! However, words create thoughts, thoughts create things, and in this case, as soon as we say, 'I have writer's block', it's as detrimental as saying, 'I can't'.

So, first thing; call it writer's bridge... and just like life, there are valleys and chasms to cross. This is an opportunity to take a different perspective and actually look into that valley or chasm and perceive its landscape.

When the 'brain' is involved, this is the time to find new navigation and observation systems. Please don't think of it as a detour or a horrible thing that takes you away from writing, train that brain to embrace the opportunity to deepen your understand and enhance your message.

Here are some of the things I do to create and traverse the bridge:

meditate...
read my dream journal and take notes
ask why I feel this or feel that, and ask why again and again until I find something inwardly profound - best place to do this is outdoors... (!)

If you're a more active creature, take to reading the dictionary and find words that interest you.
Find words or phrases that you've highlighted in the books you've read and let them inspire you - build a quote list, vocabulary list, thought list
Conduct a real interview; custom craft your questions for 'you', not for an audience (many times these are hints at building and/or crossing your bridge)

I may add to this list, so come back for more ideas - better yet, add yours to the comments...(less)
Adrienne Neary I love the art, the detail, the contemplation, the creativity, the expression. I also love the art of communication, sharing and learning throughout t…moreI love the art, the detail, the contemplation, the creativity, the expression. I also love the art of communication, sharing and learning throughout the process.(less)
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"The Byerley Turk: The Incredible Story of the World's First Thoroughbred", is a fantastic story, masterfully told. It is a story of a horse, from his auspicious birth while in the care of his Turkish groom, to his peaceful death while in the care of ...more
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Of course I love this book, not only for the information Dr. van Schaik presents, but because I remember him talking about it as he was writing it. I was a student of his for many years. Dr. van Schaik taught Classical Dressage as he learned it. He d ...more
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“Each one of us has a tremendous responsibility. We are involved with creatures whose only language is not a human one. We need to be truly versatile – Love like a child, Practice with devotion, Listen with openness, and Advocate like a mama bear.”
Adrienne Neary

“No problem can be solved from the same level of consciousness that created it.”
Albert Einstein

“The awful thing is that beauty is mysterious as well as terrible. God and the devil are fighting there and the battlefield is the heart of man.”
Fyodor Dostoevsky, The Brothers Karamazov




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