The five element theory (Wu Xing) identifies five different character types according to Chinese medicine and has been translated into horse, dog, cat and rabbit in these books.
The type not only influences the character, but also the handling, housing, training, nutrition and even the health of your animal.
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The five elements are:
The type not only influences the character, but also the handling, housing, training, nutrition and even the health of your horse.
It is all explained in this pleasantly written and beautifully illustrated book.
In addition, you can see which type you are, and determine the type of your horse by an extensive questionnaire .
Knowledge of the five elements will help you understand, train and care for your horse!
In the book ‘Get to know your dog, cat or rabbit with the Five Elements’, Aleid Hillebrand and Eric Laarakker introduce you to the Five Elements – a movement that is thousands of years old in Traditional Chinese Medicine.
They discuss the characteristics in addition to the physical and mental characteristics of our pets according to the Five Elements.
When you get to know the strengths and weaknesses of your animal, you can better understand the animal, train and give the right extra attention that benefits its well-being and health.
This book is the English translation of the Dutch bookPaardentypen written by Holistic veterinarian Eric Laarakker.
Recognize your horse according to the five elements: Wood, Fire, Earth, Water and Metal.