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A Guide to Living Consciously and Aging Wisely


o Not Go Quietly, A Guide to Living Consciously and Aging

Wisely for People Who Weren’t Born Yesterday (Hay House/ Agape Media/AgeNation) is now available. The book, written by George and Sedena Cappannelli, offers straight talk, valuable life strategies, practical tools and inspiring mes- sages for the 150 million Americans who will soon be 50 years and older—and for younger people who want to better prepare for the world they will be soon inherit. Do Not Go Quietly is infused with the Cappannelli’s inspiring theme: “We are never too old or too young to live the lives we were born to live.” It also provides a host of practical recommendations on specific choices we can make to lead more satisfying and successful lives. It suggests that if we want to make our days more vital, satisfying and joy- filled, then it is time we put a pin in America’s obsession with youth and aversion to age—make right our relationship with ourselves and the world around us, and reclaim our rightful place as adults and elders. Do Not Go Quietly is also an inspiring call to action, reminding those who the world calls older GenXers, Boomers and Elders that our work is not done. And that we have the wisdom, experience, resources and necessity to—not only help re-chart a sane and sustainable course—but to take an active role in creating a legacy of greater hope and con- sciousness for the future.

Do not Go Quietly is available at, Collected Works and other fine bookstores. For more information, visit See ad on page 14.

Equine Assisted Coaching


ealing Through Horses® is dedicated to healing the human spirit through the horse. According to owner, Judy Schnei- der, “We offer a collaborative approach to support your journey as you discover what changes are needed in order for you to lead a fulfilling life.” Their programs are intended to explore a myriad of personal, social and emotional

challenges as well as provide a safe environment for individ- uals who have a desire to resolve conflict and move toward improving their quality of life.


“Horses are masters at identifying what a person may be Northern & Central New Mexico

experiencing and feeling at any given moment,” says Schnei- der. “They are extremely sensitive to our emotions and how these emotions and feelings affect our energy level. You may wonder, how does this happen? What is the intrinsic nature of the horse that enables this process? They do not ask why; they respond to what is presented before them.” According to Schneider, “There are so many benefits to participating in Equine Assisted Coaching. You’ll create more balance in your life; discover and live your life’s purpose; experience more enjoyment in your life; and nourish your body, mind and soul.” Healing Through Horses also offers equine assisted counseling, equine gestalt coaching, and healing retreats with horses for women. “No prior experience with horses is necessary,” she adds.

Schneider invites all to see her and one of her horses, Gua- pito, on the St. Vincent’s billboard near the Big I.

For more information, call 505-685-0596 or visit Healing See ad on page 14.


Pack Light, Be Light at Ghost Ranch

host Ranch in Abiquiu is

pleased to announce the Pack Light, Be Light three-day adven- ture hike being held June 3-9. Participants are invited to embrace their own spirituality as they experience the spectacular environ- ment of the Ghost Ranch area, the “Magic Place.” Winding through Northern New Mexico is an easy-go- ing segment of the Continental Divide Trail, passing through the Chama River Wilderness and surrounded by red-and- yellow mesas. Hikers will draw on this area, their temporary home under the stars, to refresh both their individual and collective spirit. Participants will first learn how to use ultralight tech- niques, and then take off for a 3-day adventure among the mesas and under the stars. “With everything we need on our backs, our light loads give us time to follow where our senses, mind and heart lead us,” says hike facilitator Brian Johnson. “We are delighted by the cool pond appearing out of nowhere. Sharing around the evening campfire leads our group to new insights. A few days of simple living to allow the mind and heart to soar? Why not?”

Cost: $495; includes lodging and meals. Ghost Ranch Con- ference Center, Abiquiu, NM. Workshop ID: G13O612. For more details, call 877-804-4678 ext. 4152 or 4155 or visit

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