Every animal communication book out there is important. Everyone of them makes a difference. As they say; when the student is ready the teacher appears. It is all in the heart: when your heart is ready to receive animal wisdom you are going to be guided towards it. Often the best guide is the beloved pet in your house.
One cat says in his memoir that humans are ready to accept pets as their teachers in this time.
Are they really?
Sometimes it makes me wonder when you see news about people throwing cats out of their cars in the middle of busy highways… Well, people do much worse to their fellow humans. I am afraid there is a hidden lesson also in there, in those unbelievable acts of cruelty, so I try not to judge. The lessons might get tough until we learn to live as Love, the Love that we are in truth.
I just wish animals did not have the need to sacrifice themselves anymore in order to teach us these tougher kind of lessons. (Applies to humans as well.)
However, death is just as important lesson than birth. We should learn to celebrate them equally.
And as the sage cat says: there is no death…
(Death is nothing but a human construct, says the skunk via animal communicator Sandra Mendelson.)
When you remember that there is no time in spirit, not like we humans perceive it here on earth, then it might be easier to understand that what goes around comes around… in a blink of an eye. Consciousness lives on, only the body takes new forms. Once a monk, then a cat. Simple as that. :o}
If I was to be born as a cat in my next life, I surely hope I choose my person wisely.
If I don’t I probably have relatively good reason to choose an idiot as my person…