COME JOIN US FOR LOTS OF FUN WITH THE HORSES AND ANIMALS ON SATURDAY JULY 29!!
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Animals help us connect. Like a mother with her young piglets and a mare with her foal, we too can connect with animals.
In life, it’s sometimes hard for us to feel connected to others because we have isolated ourselves for a long time. We may have learned and thought early in our lives that the safest way to survive is to shut others out. But we are created for community and we are all interconnected. Connecting to animals can be the first step. Come to Helping Hands Healing Sanctuary and spend some time with our menagerie of animals. Come experience how healing this can be for you.
Solitude…..many of us are strongly attached to activity and people. We crave stimulation, entertainment, movement, and don’t like being alone…..To find peace and spiritual vitality we must seek the quiet in stillness. In solitude you can learn to face yourself courageously and think about the curves life may be throwing you. As Socrates said ” the self who never takes a look in the mirror of honesty will never really grow”.
Welcome to the world little girl! Have you ever wondered what it must be like to be seeing everything new for the first time? That’s what it’s like for a baby horse, but also what it’s like for those of you early in your recovery. In a way, it is like being born all over again. Slowly, those things that we have been looking at all of our lives begin to look differently: problems can become opportunities for living and growing. Pain can become a sign of healing. Recovery is experiencing life in a new way. It is seeing life through new eyes.
Welcome to Helping Hands Horse Rescue and Equine Therapy Inc. a 501-c-3 non-profit organization! Our “healing” sanctuary is located in the midst of the Chehalem mountains, in beautiful Newberg,Oregon, on 20 rolling acres, in a beautiful pastoral setting we call “God’s Country”.
We want to continue to spread the word that we are here to serve the Newberg Community and anyone else in need of ” farm animal therapy”. By loving and handling our animals, one can find peace and heal from life’s problems and struggles. Our menagerie of over 43 horses, 4 miniature horses, 3 foals, a pony named Mona Lisa, 2 llama’s Dash and Maggie, a sheep named Myla, 18 Pygmy goats, 4 Nubian goats, dozens of bunnies and special birds in our bird sanctuary, are all part of our “imprinted animals” that help humans heal and find the peace they need to cope with life. Many of these horses and animals were abused and neglected animals themselves, who we adopted into our rescue program and now use for therapy. Our pictures tell our story: Enjoy and visit us soon.