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The Four Technologies of Magic and a Horse Named Max

With Charlie Morley, Martha Beck, Koelle Simpson, & Lisa Tran

With Charlie Morley, Martha Beck, Koelle Simpson, and Lisa Tran

On December 3rd 2011, I had the opportunity to attend TEDx San Diego The World In Our Grasp to hear Martha Beck and Koelle Simpson share their stories.  

For those of you that know me well, you know how much I love them and value their body of work.

If you’re new to my blog, these two ladies have played an integral part in my journey back to love.  They taught me and continue to teach me how to experience life in a loving, peaceful, playful state.

Martha released her latest book, Finding Your Way in a Wild New World in December as well.  It’s definitely one of my favorites.  Her TEDx talk provides a delicious taste for what you’ll find in her new book about the four technologies of magic plus epic story telling.  I love her madly.

If you do not know Koelle or her work, one of the foundational messages she shares is leadership from within, from a place of love and compassion.  She learned this from horses and nature.  In her TEDx talk she shares a moving, powerful story about a horse named Max.

Please enjoy their talks and I’d love to hear your comments so please share below.

Martha Beck’s TEDx San Diego Talk – The Four Technologies of Magic

Koelle Simpson’s TEDx San Diego Talk – A Horse Named Max

With love,
Diane

About The Author

Diane Hunter As a Mind-Body Coach, Diane guides clients from a state of pain and overwhelm to a place of calm and deep connection to love and joy. She offers a unique experience with horses where individuals step into their leadership and learn to build trust and gain a deeper understanding of the power of non-verbal communication.


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2 Responses to “The Four Technologies of Magic and a Horse Named Max”
  1. Donna Bunce says:

    My first reaction is that both stories are examples of intuitive perception, the unspoken language.

  2. Diane Hunter says:

    Yes, Donna, I completely agree, it’s about tuning in to the beautiful, expansive frequency of the non-verbal experience. Thank you for stopping by to share your comment.

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