The Medicine Horse Project
As this series comes to a close, I am filled with such gratitude, love, and affection for all who were involved in this life-changing retreat at The Medicine Horse Project’s beautiful California oasis. I am forever thankful to Lisa and Gigi, who sponsored me so that I was able to attend this retreat and not only begin mending my broken heart, but to have the opportunity to find my incredible new partner, Reign. There are no words to express how special everyone has made me feel and how excited I am to begin this new chapter of my life. I promise to live my life in a way that helps others, just as you all have helped me. And finally, a warm thank you to all of my new readers for embarking on this newfound journey with me.
The Medicine Horse Project is a dream that has begun unfolding for my dear friend, Jill Starr. In the short time she has been working on this project, she has already helped to change the lives of many by rescuing multiple horses from a disastrous fate and healing the hearts of women through love, raw honesty, and confidence in their abilities. Most importantly, she is an inspiring force who has proven that time and time again, you can succeed even when the odds are not in your favor.
The Medicine Horse Project and Lifesavers Wild Horse Rescue have recently partnered to present the next Women’s Wild Horse Empowerment Journey that will take place from September 2-5, 2016 at Wild Horse Canyon in Caliente, CA. If you are interested in attending a retreat hosted by The Medicine Horse Project, please visit their Retreats and Workshops page online.
This post is the final part of a series from my experience of attending the Glamp, Pamp and Revamp retreat at The Medicine Horse Project in Caliente, CA.