“We are divine enough to ask, and we are important enough to receive.”
– Wayne Dyer
“We are divine enough to ask, and we are important enough to receive.”
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“We need another and a wiser and perhaps a more mystical concept of animals. Remote from universal nature and living by complicated artifice, man in civilization surveys the creature through the glass of his knowledge and sees thereby a feather magnified and the whole image in distortion. We patronize them for their incompleteness, for their tragic fate for having taken form so far below ourselves. And therein do we err. For the animal shall not be measured by man. In a world older and more complete than ours, they move finished and complete, gifted with the extension of the senses we have lost or never attained, living by voices we shall never hear. They are not brethren, they are not underlings: they are other nations, caught with ourselves in the net of life and time, fellow prisoners of the splendour and travail of the earth.”
― Henry Beston, The Outermost House: A Year of Life on the Great Beach of Cape Cod
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It is one of my favorite oils for soothing skin irritations.
“And if you believe you can, then you can!”
– Sweet Dreams
Animals influence us in subtle ways that we often do not even notice. They silently support us and consistently demonstrate wisdom. They possess intelligence and an ability to communicate that is sometimes difficult for us to imagine, because our culture tends to measure mental capacity with the ability to speak. Communication with other species is an ordinary occurrence for children but often our adult culture demands otherwise.
The silent language of animals demands that we tune into the pace of nature. We return to the heart in doing so, where children and animals naturally reside. It propels us to respect all that is around us. This is not mystical or a miracle of sorts; it is merely telepathic in nature. One way to describe telepathy is to say that it is the transfer of thoughts or feelings between beings, by means other than sight and sound.
Telepathic animal communication is an exchange of energy between the heart, mind, and spirit, from one being to another. Energy is the basis of our Universe; everything that is material begins as energy. Our words are formed by the energy of our thoughts. When we learn to read/speak, we relate a picture to a word. The telepathic process involves the sending of energy (visual pictures or words in the form of thoughts) to the animal, and receiving a reply the same way. In other words, it’s simply tuning into the energy by which animals naturally communicate. It is important to note that telepathy or the transferring of energy from one being to another is not bound by space; therefore, it is not necessary to physically be with the animal when communicating.
We have long lost our innate abilities to communicate without language, an ability we actually all possess but have simply forgotten how to use. This form of communication is called telepathy.
Our responsibility is to create a safe and loving environment for both children and animals to experience joy while navigating the twists and turns of life.
This message is excerpted from Sweet Dreams, the Talking Horse from Brooklyn.
According to Nostradamus’s prediction, people will start talking to animals in 2019.
Nostradamus has predicted that an incredible relationship between animal and human beings will be established in the future. People will be closer to animals and maybe even talk to them.
According to the channel’s interpretation, humans will be closer to animals than each other. Some people say that it means that humans will stop sacrificing animals while some people interpret that people will be able to communicate with the animals.
As seen in The Daily Hunt.
Location: Kentucky Horseshoeing School
Due to my telepathic communication experiences with my horse Sweetie, I was very in-tune with his needs. He was very clear about what he needed, and informed me that his feet must be trimmed in a particular way to keep him structurally sound. Unfortunately for me, there was not a single farrier (a craftsman that trims and shoes horses’ hooves) in the area who would trim Sweetie’s feet the precise way that Sweetie wanted them to be trimmed. So, I decided go to Kentucky and take a horseshoeing course so that I could trim his feet myself.
The weekend before I left for Kentucky, I was interviewed on the Howard Stern Radio Show. Howard did his usual ridicule when I told him about ability to communicate with animals.
He asked, “Do German Shepherds speak German?”
Robin Quivers, his co-host, also jumped on that bandwagon. However, I had just spoken to her horse because I had been communicating with other horses at the barn where her horse happened to be living. Robin had left money for me so that I would communicate with her horse. I made sure to point this fact out to her during the show.
I immediately headed for Kentucky after the show. During the intake interview at the school, one of the questions asked was about my current occupation. The director of the school and head instructor, Mitch Taylor, chuckled when he learned that I talked to animals. I assured him that I was there solely to learn how to trim hooves, and that making him a believer in animal communication was not my intention. We proceeded with the training.
On one particular day during the course, a worker came up to Mitch claiming that he and three other men could not control a frightened mare enough to get the last two shoes on her feet. He asked Mitch if his horse whisperer could come and help. Mitch agreed to allow me to try. I understood from the men that this was the mare’s first horseshoeing experience. I approached the mare with caution. It was clear that she was terrified and uncertain of what was happening to her.
I first did some energy work with her soul, which calmed her some. I explained to her exactly what the men were doing, and that her person wanted her to wear the shoes in order to protect her feet. I explained how long it would take for the remaining two shoes. I made it clear to her that she would not be injured or hurt in any way. Almost immediately she lifted her foot into my hand. I signaled to the men that she was now ready for them to complete their work.
I remained close by to support her with my thoughts and physical presence. The four shoes were on her feet. While she was not thrilled about the idea of shoes, she was no longer afraid. All of the workers and Mitch himself were amazed at the difference a little good communication could make.
One of the men exclaimed, “By God that was amazing! And by the way, were you on Howard Stern last week?”
These men witnessed firsthand what they heard on the Howard Stern Show. I am sure that Howard Stern did not realize that he would be helping a horse in Kentucky while doing his radio interview in New York.
I gained a newfound respect for the farriers of the world. It is a difficult skill that requires physical stamina, and a great deal of practice.
“Children and animals share the power of the present moment.
It is a fact that together, we are the future of the world.”
– Sweet Dreams Lozito
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When we attempt to receive communication from an animal, we listen with our whole being. It is somewhat different from hearing the sound of language. It is energy, a silent language of the mind and heart. We listen in silence and hear and perceive with all of our being.
When we ask our animal friend a question, the answers may be received as a thought, an idea, a concept or a feeling. Observe how the communication comes through. Most importantly, be open to receiving different forms of communication. If we are expecting a sentence and a feeling comes instead, we may discard the communication because of our expectation.
It may appear that the animal is not listening or paying attention to your communication. Animals can hear and understand, even if they are not looking directly at you. If your intention to communicate is clear and centered, this will come across to them.
Practice with a light heart and have fun. If you are open and joyous, the animals will be drawn to you and be willing to respond to your communication.
The following is an excerpt from Donna’s forthcoming book:
“Energy is the basis of our Universe; everything that is material begins as energy. Our words are formed by the energy of our thoughts.
When we learn to read and speak, we relate a picture to a word. We subconsciously create a visual association to a word each time that word is spoken. Our animal companions will pick up the picture that remains etched in our consciousness when we speak words. This is how they understand when we speak to them; they are actually picking up the energy behind our words. They can think, understand and perceive.
They also understand what we are feeling because our emotions are energetic vibrations which they intuitively perceive and respond to. They communicate with each other in this way.
When we understand this process, we are more conscious of the visuals that our thoughts create and more aware of our own emotional presence. If we can embrace the idea that animals are intelligent beings, then we begin to create a new way of relating to them.”