What Makes Squirrels “Squirrely”?
Have You Ever Merged with a Squirrel?
Well, I did, and ...
It was a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
I was immediately dizzy.
It felt like my head was spinning.
I had to pull back from the merge.
I had to sit down in a chair.
After grounding myself and regaining my balance, I asked the squirrel what it had felt.
The squirrel said it was fine ... just a little confused because I was so much slower than it was.
And that was the key.
We think that animals live at the same speed we do.
We know that many have shorter lifetimes than humans.
Maybe animals EXPERIENCE their lifetimes as just as long or just as short as ours feel to us?
Perhaps squirrels and other animals live at a faster vibrational frequency than most humans, or at least than I do.
Today, I've been reading a blog post by David Wilcock in which he explores how animals and humans perceive different speeds of flashing lights.
The speed at which something is shown to you can register in your mind without you "seeing" it with your eyes. In this way, you can be "programmed" because the images and words are reaching directly into your subconscious mind. This is called "subliminal messaging."
The thing about subliminal messages is that your Conscious mind doesn't know they are there and that you're being influenced by them.
Physicists tell us that everything is in wave form until Consciousness perceives it. At that instant, the wave becomes a particle and appears to have form.
So what you perceive isn't there until you look at it.
Which means that the universe and all that we perceive is really flashing in and out of our perceptual range all the time.
Maybe squirrels see the universe differently because they are seeing things we can't see? After all, dogs and elephants hear sounds we can't hear, right?
Are you feeling "squirrely" yet?
If you're practicing your animal communication by merging with animals, you might bring this up for discussion.
How does the animal with whom you're merging experience your rate of vibration compared to their own?
Please share you experiences by commenting on this post.