Sex is free, fun and good for us but it can also be a source of anxiety. Professor Alan Riley from the Lancashire School of Medicine and Health says loss of libido is the number one complaint amongst women. A recent report by Relate shows an increase of 240% from 1996 – 2002 in the number of couples seeking help for loss of desire.
Caroline of the Eastbourne and Uckfield Practices says: "Over the years we have helped many people to deal with all sorts of issues. Some people come to lose weight, deal with a phobia or maybe give up smoking, others come to deal with unwanted feelings or emotions and a relatively new group of clients ask us to help them to improve their home, working or even their sporting ability.
Imagine spending time with a horse out in nature where he 'listens' and senses your every emotion, he 'sees you for who you really are', he walks with you, he stands by you, he gently nuzzles up to you, maybe even lies down with you.
Out beyond the sleepless city of the mind, there is an open field, where you can lay down in that grass and learn to feel. I'll meet you there. Catch a ride on the breath for a fresh breeze of air, can you feel it taking you in, deeper, to the mysterious inner sense arising in you?