Animals play a huge role in intuition. From your pets to wild animals, they want to help guide you in your life. When you become aware of how animals are trying to reach and teach you, you have an awareness about life that is simply profound.
Intuition is also about nature. On a hike, the majority of people go from point A to point B. If they used their intuition, they could tune in to animals along with Mother Earth and her elements, and receive their messages. When you strengthen your connection with animals, nature, and Mother Earth, your intuition increases and creates a ripple effect in your life such as:
You can know what animals, nature, and Mother Earth are trying to tell you.
You have more of a feeling of self-worth while standing in your truth.
You have more clarity in your daily life, and your path and purpose seem clearer.
You find it easier to stay present and grounded while finding balance and harmony amidst challenges.
You understand humanity as a whole better, including individuals, which can inspire you to create a ripple effect that will benefit others.
Summer is here, and that often means heat, traveling, and noise concerns. Here are some tips to keep in mind when it comes to your animals. Heat can be a factor, so think of ways you can bring the cool to your animals:
Refreshing kiddie pools and troughs make great cool-down time for dogs. You can hook up a misting system for your animals that cools the area down.
If you hose or bathe your horse, it’s better to squeegee the water off afterwards so their coat doesn’t retain the heat.
Special, elevated pet beds can help keep your dog or cat more cool.
Deshedding brushes or tools can help to remove the undercoat from dogs, cats, rabbits, and horses.
Keep in mind that grains can heat up the body, along with ‘hot’ proteins like chicken and lamb. Your animals may need a ‘time out’ from these during the hot months.
Edward Bach was a London pathologist, bacteriologist, and physician whose clinical experience showed that the cause of illness is linked to emotions. His research indicated that a positive state of well-being could be achieved through the energies found in flowers, bushes, trees, and special waters. He created the first flower essences in the 1930s. You may have heard of Rescue Remedy, a blend of five of his 39 essences, that can help calm both people and animals, especially in traumatic
Flower essences are created by placing a flower or part of a plant in water, placing it in sunlight, and allowing the water to take on the vibrational energies of that aspect of the plant. They work on a mental, emotional, physical and spiritual level. If you can bring your pet’s body back into balance, called homeostasis, then behavioral or physical issues have the ability to be improved or resolved.
Daylight savings time occurs on March 14th, where we “spring forward,” while the spring season officially starts on March 20th. We understand the many ways that spring affects us, but it’s also important to be aware of how these changes can affect your animals.
The days grow longer, and there’s more sunshine. When you’re leaving your home, you can tell your animal out loud that you will be back in a specific number of hours or while there is still sunlight. If you are going to be home at night, you can let them know you’ll be home when the moon is out. When traveling for an extended period of time, like three days, you can let your animal know you will be gone for three suns or three moons. Speaking to your animal every time you leave can really help put them at ease that you will return around a certain time, especially for those pets that are anxious.
As Thanksgiving rolls around, our hearts turn to all that we are grateful for—even after such a turbulent year. For most of us, there’s an animal or three in our lives where the thankfulness goes both ways. We are indeed grateful for the incredible animals that are in our lives now, those that have shared the past with us, and those that will be a part of our future. We also appreciate the vast array of nature’s bountiful benefits that are provided to us every day, including Mother Earth’s medicine chest. Let us remember to be thankful for all we have in our lives, including the little things.
Thank your animals for their presence, for being there for you. Tell your animals out loud that you love them and are grateful they are in your life. You can even be specific and tell them what they bring to your life, such as love, happiness, laughter, companionship, comfort, and protection. Thank your pets and also the wild ones for the important lessons and messages they have given you. Be grateful that, at any time, you can learn holistic animal care and call on your innate ability to speak intuitively to animals and to nature.
DAnimals play a huge role in intuition. From your pets to wild animals, they want to help guide you in your life. When you become aware of how animals are trying to reach and teach you, you have an awareness about life that is simply profound.
Intuition is also about nature. On a hike, the majority of people go from point A to point B. If they used their intuition, they could tune in to animals, along with Mother Earth and her elements, and receive their messages. When you strengthen your connection with animals, nature, and Mother Earth, your intuition increases and creates a ripple effect in your life in wondrous ways, such as:
You can learn what animals, nature, and Mother Earth are trying to tell you.
You have more of a feeling of self-worth, while standing in your truth.
You have more clarity in your daily life, and your path and purpose seem more defined and accessible.
There is much going on in the world today. The animals want you to realize some very important things right now. First of all, it’s important to stay grounded:
Being grounded means you are present in the moment, focused, feel stable and aware, and connected to yourself and your environment.
Those who act troubled, angry, or violent are not grounded.
Negative energy in the world can affect many. Knowing how to ground and stay grounded is beneficial.
Animals tend to be far more grounded than humans. They can often help us ground, but they also rely on us to help them stay grounded. Animals feed off our energy and if we aren’t grounded, this can affect their physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being—just like it does for us.
Animals frequently suffer from physical pain. Sadly, it’s a huge factor in lessening their quality of life, and it often accompanies their end of life. But there are many things you can do to help reduce or eliminate your animal’s discomfort.
First, of course, have your animal checked out by a vet, so that you know what’s going on. Medication or surgery is sometimes necessary. Often, natural remedies and therapies can produce life-changing results. Holistic veterinarians can offer some wonderful therapies that may help your animal:
A chiropractic adjustment may be needed because when your animal’s bones are out of alignment, this can cause pain.
Laser therapy can project heat to the areas of concern and provide relief.
Hydrotherapy may be ideal, as it gently works your animal’s joints in water.
Acupuncture can aid distressed muscles and keep energy meridians flowing and balanced.
New Book Review: The Soul Watchers Animals have been watching your soul since before you were born. The animals from your past, your present, even the wild animals come to you with messages that reveal their ancient wisdom and can ignite your true purpose. There are more animals trying to “reach” you than you may realize—right now.
The animals’ quest is a mission far greater than most realize. They want to oversee our soul’s journey and to awaken and enlighten our hearts and souls to the connection between them, nature and Mother Earth. Animals are here to help each person become better on a heart and soul level. You have a divine purpose, and the animals can help you discover and accomplish this. The animals can show you how to awaken your life physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. This awareness can help you and your animals heal in body, mind and spirit.