Have you every thought about animals sending you messages?

March 29, 2011 28 Comments by Mary

 

Have you every thought about animals sending you messages? Next time an animal in nature crosses your path ask them what they want to tell you. Listen and accept the first thing that pops into your head. That’s your message. It’s usually such a simple messsage that we don’t pay attention and realize that we were just communicating with a wild animal outdoors. So next time an animal crosses your path or a bird or other creature draws your attention, listen. You’ll probably be surprised at the message that they’re sending you that is related to an issue or issues that you are currently dealing with or focussing on in your life. Let me know what happens.

28 Comments

  1. Hank
    8 years ago

    Thanks for the insight. It brings light into the dark!

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    • Mary
      8 years ago

      You’re welcome.

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      • Jaylin
        8 years ago

        This article achieved exactly what I wanted it to achieve.

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      • Lanette
        8 years ago

        I really needed to find this info, thank God!

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    • Nephi
      8 years ago

      I’m impressed! You’ve managed the almost impossible.

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    • Brandi
      8 years ago

      You’’re on top of the game. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Mary
    8 years ago

    Have you every thought about animals sending you messages? Next time an animal in nature crosses your path ask them what they want to tell you. Listen and accept the first thing that pops into your head. That’s your message. It’s usually such a simple messsage that we don’t pay attention and realize that we were just communicating with a wild animal outdoors. So next time an animal crosses your path or a bird or other creature draws your attention, listen. You’ll probably be surprised at the message that they’re sending you that is related to an issue or issues that you are currently dealing with or focussing on in your life. Let me know what happens.

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    • Mccade
      8 years ago

      Wow, that’s a really clever way of thinking about it!

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    • Mary
      8 years ago

      Do you tell your animal how long you’ll
      be gone for when you go out, especially if you’re going somewhere overnight? Animals worry, some more than others. When you tell them either verbally or visually that you’re going out and for how long it helps relieve their anxiety about when you’ll be back. If your animal is overly anxious, then leaving an old t-shirt of yours or some other non washed item of clothing for your animal to snuggle with and smell your scent on will help relax your animal while you’re gone. Do not wash the item of clothing that you’re leaving because your energy imprint will be gone from the clothing and the animal will not be able to feel or sense your presence around them. Try this and see what happens.

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  3. Caiden
    8 years ago

    Fell out of bed feeling down. This has brightened my day!

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    • Denim
      8 years ago

      Do you have more great articles like this one?

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      • Trevion
        8 years ago

        Wonderful explanation of facts aavilbale here.

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  4. Mira
    8 years ago

    Great thinking! That really breaks the mold!

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  5. Carlie
    8 years ago

    Yup, that’ll do it. You have my appreciation.

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  6. tepWeftaltera
    8 years ago

    thank you

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    • Essie
      8 years ago

      Very true! Makes a change to see someone spell it out like that. 🙂

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      • Essie
        8 years ago

        So true. Honesty and everything regcnoized.

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  7. backlinks
    8 years ago

    Thought I would comment and say neat theme, did you make it for yourself? It’s really awesome!

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    • Amber
      8 years ago

      These pieces really set a standard in the industry.

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      • Jeana
        8 years ago

        How neat! Is it really this simlpe? You make it look easy.

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        • Mary
          7 years ago

          We’re all able to communicate with our animals. We just need to quiet our mind and truly listen. Go with your gut instincts, that sense that you just know something but don’t know how you know. We all have gut instincts and as we learn to listen to them more then the more information that we’ll receive. Trust is such a big part of developing your intuitive skills. Like any skill we hone, we’ll make mistakes along the way but we need to learn from our mistakes and focus on what we learned from those mistakes/misreadings. No one is 100% accurate all the time. Have fun with your animals. They are often so surprised when they realize that someone can actually hear them and share their thoughts with others who need to hear what they’re saying.

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    • Mary
      8 years ago

      Thanks. Yes, I chose the theme. Do you have any suggestions for future topics?

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      • Klondike
        8 years ago

        I told my kids we’d play after I found what I ndeeed. Damnit.

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        • Mary
          7 years ago

          Hope you found what you were looking for.

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  8. Mary
    7 years ago

    So many cattle dieing due to cyanide gas from the GMOs in the grass they ate. Maybe people will now listen to the dangers with GMOs.

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  9. Mary
    7 years ago

    We need to educate people about the importance of animals living in the wild rather than in captivity and the effects on cestaceans who live in tanks for man’s enjoyment. Where do you think animals living in captivity come from? Would we like to live in captivity for the enjoyment of others who come to look at us?
    I’d love to hear your thoughts on this.

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  10. www.vpf.org.uk
    5 years ago

    An impressive share! I’ve just forwarded this
    onto a friend who has been conducting a little homework on this.
    And he actually ordered me lunch simply because I
    found it for him… lol. So let me reword this….
    Thank YOU for the meal!! But yeah, thanks for spending some time to discuss this matter here on your blog.

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    • Mary
      5 years ago

      Thanks for reading. Stay tuned for more blog posts.

      Reply

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