Nature’s Language Explained

A few years ago, I had shoulder surgery and my dog slept by my bedside for the better part of my recuperation. My wife had a procedure a few weeks ago, and our dog was like Velcro to her bedside for the better part of her recuperation. When my daughter is sick, that dog does not move an inch away from her.  But, why? Our dog is keenly aware when we are less than healthy. They can sense it in our electromagnetic energy field. You know, each of us has one, an electromagnetic energy field or maybe you have heard the other term for it, Aura. That electromagnetic aura field, that radiates from our bodies expresses our emotional and physical state of health and wellbeing and your dog senses it and most likely, sees it. 

When you are sick, when you are frightened, when you are happy or sad, your auric field reflects that signal and your dog senses it, sometimes before you do.  

Don’t kid yourself, your dog is able to do a lot more than just sense and most likely see your auric field. Your dog teaches you about the meaningfulness of unconditional love, compassion, loyalty, gratitude, being present and above all else, joy. I am not a cat owner, but I know that your cat is here to teach you many things, like the value in being observant, autonomous, determined, focused, curious, and above all else self-confident. Unbeknownst to you when you bought, rescued or adopted that pet, they were always destined to be a part of your family. 

About 22 years ago, I attended an Equine Workshop at Onsite which is an “…emotional wellness lifestyle brand dedicated to changing the world through enhanced emotional health.” The Equine program is a 5-day workshop “that involves interactions between clients and horses on the ground, no riding is involved.” I was drawn to the program, first because I had attended another workshop, but more importantly because of what the horses were able to add to the experience. I couldn’t agree more through my experience, that “equine therapy is successful in helping clients show marked improvements in the following areas: assertiveness, emotional awareness, empathy, stress tolerance, impulse control, flexibility, problem-solving skills and interpersonal relationships.”  And, since horses are typically “non-judgmental, have no preconceived expectations or motives, and are highly effective at mirroring attitudes and behaviors of the humans with whom they are working” they function as seasoned psychotherapists.

Look at this:

Or, this:

This is a photo of the fastest animal on our planet, the Peregrine Falcon (240mph), by Thomas Kestner of La Jolla, California and a B-2 Bomber.  It is truly uncanny the design likeness, and Northrup-Gruman must have used its aerodynamical design as inspiration for the “B-2 Spirit, also known as the Stealth Bomber…which features low-observable stealth technology designed to penetrate dense anti-aircraft defenses.” Animal, insect, bird and fish wisdom is all around us.  Their influence can be seen in architecture, robotics, airplanes, automobiles, composite materials, ships, submarines, helicopters and 1 million other technological innovations of our modern world.

I’ve included this quote because it reaffirms a valuable lesson, that I believe we continue to ignore. That is, we share this planet as equals with all inhabitants. That dog and cat in your home are here for a purpose, as much as that horse, dolphin, cow and pig.  They have chosen to experience the physical-ness of life on this extremely dense, gravity rich planet, and as important, are here to share wisdom that we, as humans, can only gather from animals.

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