Every human enters this life and begins a journey. The path traveled is unique to each individual, and for some, the main streets and popular thoroughfares provide all that’s needed to nourish a life well lived—food, fuel, friendship, family. For others, though, there is a desire—in fact, a need—for something more.
In the form of a wandering, lyrical, autobiographical narrative, world-renowned horseman Klaus Ferdinand Hempfling exposes the inner turmoil, the burning questions, the fear, the doubt, and the darkness that pushed him off the roads most traveled in search of answers. In search of meaning. As he reflects on cultures past and his present surroundings, his words linger on visual, sensual, and inspirational clues, bringing his personal experiences alive on the page in emotional detail. His thoughts string together like clicking beads, brilliantly illustrating the passage of time and the interconnectivity of all beings. And ultimately, Hempfling comes to a truth, which for him brings heaven and earth into sharp focus. It is the horses that show him the way.
About the author
A passionate horse lover with a professional background in communications, theatre, and dance, Klaus Ferdinand Hempfling has shaken up the international horse world with thought-provoking theories. The basis of his work is consideration for the horse's psyche and communication via a body language that is understood by the horse. His methods have been embraced by thousands of participants at his clinics and demonstrations. He operates a training center in Denmark that offers courses, coaching and seminars.
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