The Kheki, are creatures whom are equine origins.
Upon the approach of humans, most of them, when panicked, will return into their equine form while there are others whom are able to maintain themselves, either transforming from human or their "horsemen" form.
Transforming as a horse leaves them defenseless as to the know longer harbor their monstrous strength as when they are in both human and horsemen forms.
|Horses whom I'am acquainted with and ride at the riding academy (western) *need to buy English boots and fear the lunging lessons O.O* ^.^|
Anywho if you've ever ridden and to a certaint rank in class too, then you trully know what centaurs are! Its the realtionship and you'll never stop hearing it from any rider, esp pro!
|My Beliefs of what a true artist is: |
An artist is an explorer, a connoisseur, a romantic.
Art is born from the desire to capture the world onto a canvas and that as well is the goal.
My own goal:
I hope to inspire versatility and diversity, for our world is devoted to a world of an everlasting perspective of both the entire human nations, our neighboring wildlife, animal companions and nature.
Perspective isn't a simple word, but living it is a life time task in understanding the point of view of the living.
"Trying" to understanding every life forms perspective makes you closer to being close to yourself and others.
That's true art I believe, to make a spiritual bond and connection then to be indifferent and fearful of the unknown and therefore, you will never grow.
|"Though he be but little, he is fierce!"|
-Shakesphere and seabiscuit!
My feelings to that quote:
For me, it means a person being judged for their appearences are the most wonderful, and beauitful, that god has ever made and have qualities higher then those who think otherwise, thus blinded by lies.
Understand in truth, passion can only be seen without eyes for no matter what our souls have no image but only reflection of that type of person we trully are.
So exhausted from riding that I'm feel like a TON of bricks!
Yes, finally went back riding and it was exhilarating! I failed to tell my equine friends that we were coming and they were surprised and shocked,-got a LOT of hugs that would make a sumo wrestler cry -Yeah it was very heartwarming how much human love I was getting XD
And even gained new friends too and wow, they have new horses as well *.*
Personally I always feels great to be reminded that in real life that I have great friends out there I can see face to face and be it the wish-one of the wishes I've always wanted as a little kid and never thought would come was to have animals friends.
I tell them that when I can on how greatful, for I've had a near never experienced throughout my life-plus moving a LOT doesn't help.
So it feels good to have a handful and friends like that and whom can lecture to me as to what I need to know and hear and just how sincere and caring they are. Yup..I'm apart of the Gang!(if you have ever watched the episode of Monk, "Mr.Monk Goes to the Office" then you really will understand how I feel upon that particular subject. (not that its not that desperate but nostalgic! ^.^ Love that episode. To be apart of a pack Something people take for granted and many other things. Learn to reflect on it)
It was PACKED! When first getting there we were the only ones and then a FLOOD of new comers arrived and it was VERY energized and exciting!
I love watching new comers and how intimidated they are over horses-not that I'm still not intimidating as I conversated with a family as to how you have to get USE to be around an animals that's so big and unpredictable LOL!
But as I've said it was awesome and also too..unfortunately we had a LOT of chaotic episodes in which if you have been riding, you always hope, pray and BEG that nothing goes wrong because when it does its REALLY scary.
We had a mount whom was not too happy to have been saddled up where the saddle was too tight to her liking and did a 180 pull back quickly that I thought she was going to freak out the other horses around her for we were all too huddle enough to have accidents. XO
Her huge size too was impressive, as to being mounted on my horse, she looked like a large tundra truck going hay-wire in reverse (I'll never get over on how loud her hooves were)
But it was pretty scary and even more upon trail ride, where it was the most..PAINFUL ride I've experienced.
Our lead horse, only but 3 years old was going through his teenage , I don't want to behave routine and we had to stop our horses momentarily in order for his mount to correct him!..UGH..it was hell and I HAD a lot of anxiety, for there were times he was bagging up and freaking up too close to my horse to the point where I regretted in not wearing a helmet and I was terrified that me and my horse would get clobbered and kicked.
His worse freak out end up running into me and my horse, shaking him up and we were all going back wards in chaos and the horse behind, went nuts and took off down into the words, with a young girl (my new friend Jade, LLLLOVE her! She's amazing and an angel)
But talk about a heart attack! I thought that she was done for; it was all happening so fast and I was fearing that I was going to get kicked within this bumper cars of giants X.X
But eventually all went where and no one, thank the gods got hurt. It was just a fun and chaotic time! Riding a horse I'm always reminded is exhausting. You can't compare them to cars for your body is actually ASKED to work .
I use to hold my breath a lot and its why I SOOO damn admire expert riders. I tell people enough real horses and riding is not like movies, cartoons or anything its REALLY amazingly different.
AH my fav mount though disappointed me, for having to canter him trough a pattern he is usually gun-ho for it and this day...LAAAAZZY!
My friend told me he was fighting me and what I can't stand that horses do sometimes when you ride, is throwing their HEADS back O.O It feels and looks as if their going to slam their stone-felt heads right smack-dap into your face!
So yup, Flash did a LOT of that, he was just not willing it was a struggle. LOL!
I think next time I'll pick Sadie again, for she gone in the ring but terrible at trail (she too was acting up...-.- ahh if its not the young horses its the mares otherwise everyone else is well behaved and it means a WHOLE lot to have a horse who doesn't complain or becomes a head case)
On a great note, we got the honor and privilege of seeing Amy's beautiful clysdale Hoss again!
We were watching them doing lounging exercising -glad he didn't run off for I'd flip up and down just to get the hell out of the was, for something being 17hands tall.
I got to see a saddle being put on him and Amy ride her pride as I told her-around! *.* pretty awesome!
Hoss is well behaved for a giant! He nearly leaked me Amy and Megi to death and ignored George..I mean I certainly didn't have anything on my hands and arms that was worth the kisses and then we ladies brought up that its a "man" and I told them I already felt married to him XD
He has his three women I guess and seemed satisfied and...seemed too satisfied -.- in all respects as how male horses show it.
We were cracking up and acting like cackling hens.
In the end I'd wish we could have gone to the horse show that the kids were in-Linda's children, they are cool riders! But four hours of riding and hanging out to wait for 7:00 to be there...ugh..I'm so tired its not funny.
I felt like I pulled an 11 hour shift or something. Riding takes a toll on the body and I feel like I'm on a sedative.
Anywho, I can't wait to go back again and it feels wonderful that I was missed for its been too long! Will always love hugs and will make sure to keep better in touch with everyone,
Just kinda glad that we didn't run into Big foot for I heard that Georgia had some sittings X
Anywho I hope someone out there had an adventurous weekend!
And also the horses has energized me and help inspire me to come up with new ideas for my centaurs!
So it feels....uhhhh... DAMN good to get help from them! Though they are the muse and all what I've experienced, gaining from them, has helped me create more broaden insight, as to being able to install their nature(be it flawed or not) to better personify them.
So I'm always greatful for their inspiration and privilege.
Got plenty of characters to make!
(Took a lot of pictures at the riding school and certainly will post up my "adventure life journel" ^.^