Not all people who call themselves pet whisperers are actual animal communicators or pet psychics. That doesn’t mean that they are not doing something good for your pet. I came across this book a while ago and added it to my bookmarks and forgot about it.
Then I read some Anthony William. Now, as I returned to this book (written by a vet) to get a peak, I realized that this author is doing something similar with pets what Anthony William is doing with people. They see beyond the illusions and get under the skin of their patients.They both seem to talk about the dangers of unnecessary poisons, toxins and heavy metals we eat, drink or “heal” ourselves with (in the form of pills/injections).
According to William, we can inherit toxins (like DDT & mercury) from our ancestors and it is stored in our DNA! — Like all the personal drama was not enough a big burden from your family… ;o} Duh!
Nature (clean one) is the biggest healer in the end. It is simple, it is free, it is out there, only waiting for us to use it. With respect, of course. Not with greed like we do these days. This planet is the ultimate healer, but as long as we let money do all the talking, we will never see the beauty of the bond we have with our mother earth. (I guess we are used to the system that we appreciate our mothers only after they are dead. When it is too late.) It takes lifetime(s) to learn to see what we have right in front of us. Sometimes we are blind to the obvious.
I stand as a good example. I have never really been very enthusiastic about veggies or fruits.They are not very good quality during the dark winters on these latitudes. In addition, if somebody begins to nag at me that you really should eat them, I surely will not! Natural reaction to nagging is a complete shut off. Nagging has never worked for children and it sure as hell does not work for adults! (Or pets.) We all know it — or at least we all should know it by now.
It took a lifetime for me to be in the right mood, at the right time, AND to find the person who makes me really listen all that stuff about food. (I find talking about food reaaally boring. Eating it is much more fun.) Obviously that person was a medical medium. He told me in a way that I understand what happens in your body when you eat an apple or a cucumber. Or a carrot, or a potato. Or Cat’s Claw. Or whatever.
He sees beyond what the eyes can see. Of course I’ve been researching animal communication material for 10 years and I was open for the idea of using intuition as a tool to see beyond our skin. I already knew that the intuitives – animal or not – are the real deal. — They have living information to offer that changes from moment to moment. Spirit is always updated with the latest information at hand. Sometimes (science) books offer nothing but dead information. We can feel in our bones (I know I can) at this very moment how much our DNA has changed (energetically) that the old school books are…well… getting old. We evolve much faster than the written knowledge. At times science lacks behind the spirit. (All animal communicators say the same. So do I.)
Anyhoo… I was ready to let this information delivered by William to sink in. But I took my time… We all do. Change comes from the inside out. You can never really know when another person is ready to change his or her ways. Or how it finally happens. Some
people geeks learn things in a scientific way, while others seek for information about the spiritual side of things.The key here is that they both love their shit! (Whatever you do, do it with love.) (What makes you tick makes things click.) (You get the idea.) There is no right or wrong way to do things when you do them with love. Live and learn. Love and learn. Love is what we came here to do. With passion.
Remains to be seen if science and spirituality ever really meet each other and shake hands and make up on this planet. It surely would make our lives much easier if we learned to work as a team and stopped judging and nagging at others. (Bless all the Gregg Bradens of the world who understand both sides.)
Religion is not helping either. Religions judge absolutely everything about you. And others. God is not helping either, if we do not help each other. God works through us, because we are pieces of God. God is inside us. True. Hurricanes make us help each other. Sometimes, when mothers are tired of nagging they become hurricanes. Take that. Rebuilding after chaos is possible only when we work together. Lesson learned.
Nagging at others about how they should live their lives on this planet is useless. We need to give them time to find their way on their own terms. Trust them a little. Love them a lot. Let nature take its course. Let them go through their own hurricanes before they are ready to evolve. In the meanwhile we can do what makes us happy and enjoy life. If you have to judge others and blame them for everything — do it with love. Lots of love. Because you can never change or control things outside yourself.
Come to think of it, new agers are nagging about love all the time. Love is the answer for every question ever asked! Well, it is… But I hate the way new age is also turning into one big religion and there is helluva lot of judgement also among those people. Love can also suffocate if you push it against everybody’s face like a soft pillow. It is like people ruin all the good things they have the moment they begin to think too much. Overthinking is something humanity does a lot. Animals have mentioned this several times. Smart animals! Nothing escapes them.
When my own eyes and head finally opened for the fact that I could heal and detox my body with the food I eat – or do not eat – I also noticed that some herbs can be used to heal my cat as well. (Be not afraid – we are not going to be green hippies for the rest of our lives! We just do our best to cope with the resources we have.)
I am happy Mr. Zorro is doing pretty well for a cat with a virus. He has his own challenges, as he says himself, but he is here to shine his powerful ray of light to my dark night of the soul. He is not very wordy man (his own words) but he knows how to play! I love him to pieces for that. Now, where did I put that papaya?! ( I never thought I would say that.)