What Makes Squirrels “Squirrely”?

June 6, 2016 by  
Filed under Learn A.C., New Posts

Have You Ever Merged with a Squirrel?

Image of 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.

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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?

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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.

Red Fox Visitor

May 10, 2016 by  
Filed under In the Wild, New Posts

On the Hunt.

Fox on woodpile_web_004Look Who's Here for Breakfast.

It was already full daylight when I saw this red fox on the prowl.  Determined to find his own breakfast in my yard, he kept sniffing round and round atop the woodpile.

He even went up under the tarp, but he moved so fast, I couldn't catch that on my camera.

Fox on the woodpile_web_005From the intensity of his sniffing, somebody had crawled into the woodpile to escape.

Fox ran from side to side, jumped down, ran around, and kept sniffing.

When I saw him go up under the tarp, I was surprised.

Hattie, formerly feral cat now in spirit, once told me that hiding in a pile of wood was a good way to be safe from predators.

When I used to do lost animal work, cats would sometimes show themselves hiding inside piles of wood, either in the woods or someone's back yard.

But this fox, totally focused on the scent his capable nose was eagerly following, was undeterred by the woodpile.

Fox on woodpile_web_015Then he jumped to the ground and seemed ready to give up.

Was he just surveying the situation from another angle?

Or was he being "foxy?"

By moving away as though he had given up, he allowed his prey to think he might have gone.

Fox on woodpile_web_019He was waiting and watching.

With hawk-like precision, with nose fully active, he waited expectantly for the prey to make a break for it.

And a grey squirrel did emerge from the other side of the pile and run up a tree to safety.

Not at all deterred by this, the fox continued to check out the woodpile.

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Because he was so focused on his hunt, I didn't try to speak to the fox until after he left, using these photos as a way to connect.  But he was still hungry and still focused on breakfast, and didn't have any interest in speaking with me.

Meanwhile, I used his presence to educate my two young cats, Starlight and Melissa.  I made sure they were looking out the window while the hunt went on and explained that they could each be a substantial breakfast for this or any other fox.

Both young cats were fascinated by him.

STARLIGHT:  I get it.  I don't want to go out there while the fox is around.  But I'll have to get his scent to really identify him. 

MELISSA:  He's beautiful, but I'll bet he can't catch me.  I can jump higher than he can.

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Give Up the Crutch of Confirmation.

May 1, 2016 by  
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"Stop Giving Confirmation

in Animal Communication!?"

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"What?"

"Are you serious?"

This is what I asked my I Am Presence one day when I received the guidance to stop giving confirmation to my advanced Animal Communication students.

By "advanced" I mean those who

  • have been studying Animal Communication for several years,
  • have taken several courses with me and/or other professionals,
  • are getting mostly accurate information, and
  • insist on focusing on their doubts about what they get.

My students were rather stunned.

As for me, I had to really think about this to understand why my I Am Presence was insisting on it.

Think about how you learn.

No, I'm not talking about going to school where the teacher tells you what you have to learn to "pass the test" and asks you to regurgitate the information on command.

I'm talking about LIFE, the UNIVERSE, and EVERYTHING.

How do you learn in REAL life.

You have a decision to make.  You're not sure what to do, but at some point you have to make a choice.

As you inch or step forward into that choice, you begin to experience some of the consequences of the choice.  In other words, the universe gives you feedback.

Of course, you're not separate from the Universe.  You're I Am Presence is using the world around you to provide feedback.

So whatever you experience as a result of the step you took is your feedback.

You may find you were very accurate or were slightly off or were totally off the mark.

Whatever you discover is PERFECT because you now have the opportunity to make an adjustment the next time you move forward a step.

IF YOU CONSTANTLY

EXPECT SOMEONE

OUTSIDE YOURSELF

to give you confirmation,

you won't develop

SELF-RELIANCE

OR

SELF-CONFIDENCE!

I also tell my students,

Assume you're correct

until you find out otherwise.

This assumption tells the universe that you EXPECT to be correct so the universe knows what to manifest in your life.

crutchesIf you believe you constantly need confirmation, that's like saying you need to be on crutches the rest of your life because you sprained your ankle a month ago.  Your ankle is recovered, but just in case ....

Clinging to the crutches won't strengthen your ankle or build your confidence.

If you keep assuming that all or most of your telepathic conversations are wrong, you're sending the wrong message.

Want to guess what the universe will manifest for you in this instance?

I'm a professional Animal Communicator with over 20 years experience as a professional.

Am I always correct?  Of course not.

When my communication is in error, do I beat myself up about it?

Nope!

Instead, I ask for guidance to understand as much as I can about the error and then I let it go!

This is the natural way in which humans and animals learn anything.

And this is why we are told to "Practice, practice, practice."

Practice without confirmation.

OPEN your TELEPATHIC CHANNELS and USE THEM!

You can't build muscles without using them.

The same rule applies here.

Have fun with it, too.  PLAY with it.  That's how you'll build accuracy.

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