Tom Dorrance has been referred to as the "horse's lawyer." Tom gives the horse credit for his knowledge of a horse's feelings and problems. He says, "What I know about the horse I learned from the horse."
Now, in True Unity, Tom shares some of these ideas to help achieve a true unity for human and horse.
In talking about the horse, Tom mentions often the horse's need for self-preservation. The Self Tom approaches in the horse is a total entity. True Unity allows the reader to feel and see the horse in the way Tom sees and feels the horse. It allows the reader to approach the horse with Tom — to approach the horse with a feeling of acceptance for the value of the horse — physical, mental and an innermost horse.
A unique bonus feature of True Unity is a chapter presenting some of Tom's students as they share how Tom's help with their horses changed their horses and their lives.
- Written by Tom Dorrance
- Edited by Milly Hunt Porter
- First Printing 1987
- 151 Pages
- Hard Cover
- Dust Jacket
- 9.1 x 6.1 x 0.8 inches
- Printed by Casey Printing