There is this trail around my location. Half of it is a rock garden. The stones are similar to the picture below.
The elevation is not extreme - one can ride uphill, at the lowest gear.
My bike has 160mm front and rear travel. It actually goes over any of the stones without help from my side :)
Here is my problem. When I try to descent over them (at some speed) there are times, when the front tire "steps" on the side of a stone, then slides down (and because, unlike the picture, the stones are watermelon-shaped, this is easy, there is no flat "top" to step on).
Because the rear end is moving forward, this attempts to turn my handlebars to the side and throw me from the bike. Both times this happened, I regained control, but the look of the "landing", should I fail the third time, discouraged me from descending at joyful speed.
It doesn't look really difficult, the stones are arranged at a flat pathway, and the slope angle is not steep at all. What should I do to learn to handle those front tire slips on the side of a rock? Or how should I prevent them?