Jedda’s Dream: Equine-Guided Learning and Healing at Watagan Windhorse

First published by www.polisplan.com.au on 25 August 2017

“I have seen things so beautiful they have brought tears to my eyes. Yet none of them can match the gracefulness and beauty of a horse running free.” ~ Author Unknown

Jedda Britten is a young woman bravely choosing a ‘road less travelled’. Branching off from a…

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A collection of stories, reflections and learnings from ecovillages & other alternative lifestyle models around the world. These attempts at re-localisation point to an emerging revolution in the way humans live on the land. More at beautilitydevelopments.com.au

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Nilmini De Silva

Nilmini De Silva

Documentary Photographer & Civil Engineer promoting new paradigms for living. http://narratives4change.com.au http://beautilitydevelopments.com.au

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