Mia Mattsson Mercer

Children and Animal Warrior

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Animals as Coaches

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This is my pack!

Every early morning are they gathering together in my office to attend our meditation.

It’s an amazing and powerful feeling, when they also”lower” themselves into a pleasant deep meditation.

Occasionally, I hear one of my Seniors snore peacefully in the background. That is a wonderful heartwarming sound to hear.

After twenty minutes mostly of us do the stretch, then breakfast. What a great way to start the day!

I love my pack of “mini Buddhist” as I have always called them.

That’s Amore!

Hand Yoga Flowers and Kisses

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Support from others can make us heal faster. Well, that is not any new news. I cannot help but remembering growing up with a different kind of compassion.

When Someone was hospitalized we were many visiting and brought flowers and cards that were filling the patients table.

My mom told me not to bring them home, that was bad luck. So all the flowers were brought to the nurses coffee room.

A nurse told me that today many are allergic to flowers, that is why many hospitals are forbidding flowers. How sad, flowers make you feel good. (If you are not allergic) We patients attend to smile when we see the gorgeous flowers, and we talk about the flowers, instead of sickness. (That comes later in our conversation)

My wonderful children brought in flowers and me and my roommate kept talking about them every day. It was a joy for my (our) healing, looking at the flowers during the day.

Does your hospital allow your patients flowers?

Rehabilitation started, and I was filled with joy– even if it hurts, but it’s positive pain.

Amazing staff at the physio therapy Intermedtris das TherapieZentrum. Gentle and loving, my hand thrives.

However, another therapist that makes wonders, and with the best healing kisses, is from Oregon.

Our 28 year old rescue horse that is now rescuing me. Best Nurse Ever!

That’s Amore!

Two Souls

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Two souls. Two eyes. Two minds.

He is always there for you, holding you up.

Listening without sighing or rolling his eyes at you. Your best friend.

Just there without any words, but comforting more than from those with words.

That’s Amore!

Dog Attack

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I had to go in to hospital after a nasty dog bite. Some asked why I tried to separate the dogs. In moments of panic and scream you try to do quick things, solutions.

I have worked with thousands of dogs but never have I seen a situation like this one!

The 30 kg dog attacked Sammy 12 kg without any warning and it was a direct go for kill.

I first tried the water bucket assisted by horrified Max (and Sammy is his dog)

The chewing from the big jaws on Sammy’s throat.

Then I reached for a kind of vacuum machine to hit the head with— which broke No reaction from the dog!

I tried push his eyes in. Make him snap out of it!

When Sammy passed out in his jaws, yes, I tried to bend his jaw open while Olivia tried to suffocate him. That’s when he open his mouth but he was quick, like jaws! And I tried to protect the kids in case he would turn around towards them. He was hanging in my hands.

Would I do it again? Yes!

My wounds looked like nothing compared to Sammy. My first instinct was Sammy’s life. So I drove him bleeding like crazy to our veterinarian that did a good job.

Sammy was in severe shock and we needed a special ct scan to see if his throat was damaged. I drove Sammy to another veterinarian one hour away, and yes still I didn’t think of my fingers.

I even parking on handicap without thinking.

Late, I returned home, and cleaning off my wounds.

In the night that’s when it start to hurt and swollen

I fed the dogs, and then went to the ER

I didn’t try to be a hero — only to save our beloved dog, Sammy!

I stayed for a couple of days, however, now I am home if I clean my wounds and makes a new hand-wrap.

It was so sad staying in the hospital, for many reasons.

Later, I will share my thoughts and experiences.

Have a great Little Christmas 🎄

Lecture Time in Sweden

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UllahillsMagasin har bjudit in mig till att föreläsa om det jag arbetat med i lite mer än 20 ar. Mitt liv åt att hjälpa utsatta djur och hjälpa människor första deras älskade djur. Välkomna!

Mia är en välkänd välrenomerad djurkommunikatör och författare.

Under 1,5 timmar får du följa med på Mias spännade resa genom kungahus, till möten med hemlösa, genom många olika länder, till hot från maffian.

Vad vill djuren lära oss och varför är de inte rädda att lämna våran jord (livet)

Utifrån djurens ögon, hur ser de på oss människor.

Hör om djurens helande egenskaper till oss människor. Hur de har hjälpt Mia genom hennes egna livskriser.

Ett öppet o ärligt föredrag om Mias spännande liv.

Mia tar hand om gamla och sjuka gatuthundar, övergivna sköldpaddor, ödlor, duvan Petunia, rattor och Afrikanska sniglar i sitt hem. Men också hästar som lidit av depressioner och vanvård i sitt hemland Tyskland. Utöver det driver Mia Animal without limits sedan 1999 som agerar för att hjälpa djur som drabbats av krig eller kaos

Kom och låt dig inspireras, få ny kunskap och nya insikter!

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You are Never to Old to Fly

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You are never to old to try new things. As a matter of fact, I will always remember a friends words to me, “Mia, when you stop living that’s when you become old.”

I started to ride a year ago — I think– I am not much for lessons, I get very bored quickly– same for our rescue horse Miracle.

I like to be together with him, listening to what he likes to do. And then, I follow his desire.

Riding out in the Forrest is with mixed feelings. In the start he walks in a good tempo, and we can both look around the beautiful nature. Then, he desires for trotting, then faster and faster. If he could decide, we would cantor through the woods, happily. Even if I would be terrified.

Miracle is 27 year old former school horse from southern Italy. At their place their were no pastures, only outdoor arena and then he would be back in his box.

Where he stays now, it is heavenly with nature, pastures, in and outdoors arenas. He got a big box and a lot of healthy food.

Sometimes we look at the people jumping, and my daughters jumping lessons. It looks fun!

I asked Miracle if he wanted to jump, and he gladly did jump a bunny jump. His ears were forward, his speed fast and …..landed perfectly and made some rodeo happy kicks.

Me, I closed my eyes

thank you. Olivia my daughter for coaching and giggling when your mom is riding. If it wasn’t for you, I wouldn’t do this.

Miracle, my love, you are bringing out my joy and fear inside of me. How amazing you are.

That’s Amore!

Breathing Together

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Animals has always been a big part of my adult life. They have always been there for me, they never betrayed me.

Without any expectations or demands.

In their moment I can be me and breathe.

Together in the nature it is a higher experience, the birds singing, butterflies flying around, colors sparkling around with a touch of the sun.

I was being told that if you spend a lot of time in the nature it lowers the risk of being exposed by cancer!

One thing I know for sure, is that i become very different, –in a good way, –being surrounded by horses and nature.

Calm and thankful.

Sometimes my days can be stressful, or I am very sad. I hurry to the stable when I get the chance, and after only five minutes, have I landed in myself.

This is why it’s not difficult for me rescuing horses.

It’s my way of saying, thank you!

That’s Amore!