Happy National Pet Day!
Cheers, Salute, Thank you and Migwetch!
For the love of all those furry friends, fish and feathered friends.
Who share their love with us whether they live indoors or outdoors.
The ones that truly bring us balance as we ride the curves in our life.
The ones that teach us to wag, fin, or fly more.
The ones who all ways love us and sometimes lick us.
The ones who eternally remind us to live in the present moment.
The ones who melt all our cares away.
The ones that bring the best medicine, silliness and laughter.
The ones who are the best listeners and love us anyway, zero judgement.
The ones who remind us to sleep more, dream more and play more.
The ones who are proud to wear only their fur, scales and feathers.
The ones who lead a simple life of being loved and cared for.
The ones who truly are the best therapy.
I’ll always remember the day I brought Misty into the hospital to visit my Uncle Mario, he loved that dog.
When the floor heard she was there everyone came out of their rooms to see, pet and meet her.
Her presence lit everyone up, hearts and hands wide open to give her a soft furry coat a pet.
I wondered if only we could watch on a screen the blood pressures decrease, the serotonin released, the hearts that were healed.
For many seeing is believing, and when we can see the magical effects of what pet can do people would perceive it as true.
For some feeling is believing, it’s that inner knowing that there is more to what we see than meets the eye.
You see when we walked back into my Uncle Mario’s room it was easy to see her presence and pets did far more than the meds.
She was my Grandma’s dog, truly a family member, it was because of caring for her grandma did so well into her 93rd year.
Pets are miracles to us, their love lives on forever in our hearts and their presence brings balance thru life’s challenges.
I grew up with cats and dogs, and after returning from college was suddenly very allergic to all furry pets.
It was my daily journey with the essential oils for a few years that brought balance back to my body.
Because of that, we rescued a dog named Samantha, and cared for Grandma’s dog Misty.
My Grandma, Misty and that motorcycle trip were a source of my shift into believing in the ‘Big Dog’.
Yes, that “Dude” upstairs– as my favorite priest Fr. Tom called him others call him Great Spirit, Universal Source….
So many names for the Divine Wisdom that lives within us and all around us, what funny is DOG in reverse is GOD….hmmm.
The question is can you let your inner dog out?
My Uncle Mario loved this song,,, think it may inspire you too!
Who Let The Dogs Out?
Woof, Meow, Swim and Chirp well… and all the other amazing sounds they call (caw) to us.
Interested in learning more about the way animals can speak to you?
See www.allspirithealing.com or simply pick up a few books by the author Ted Andrews.
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All my Best in Your Balanced and Courageous Success!
PS: When Sammie was a puppy she and my daughter road on the back of Sweet Sunshine at the 110th HD celebrations, it was so much fun! Next ride will have a tailgate equipped so she can ride:+)