This blog often focuses on healing modalities for humans, but energetic healing for animals has proven benefits as well. Because you are connected, your love and care for animals can alter the experience of all living beings. When you change yourself, you can change the world. Let me explain how this works and what you could do. Social media has really brought the mistreatment of animals into the forefront of our knowing.
The effects are ugly and far-reaching, but there is an energetic way for you to help lessen animal abuse. If we could all donate a few extra moments of ourselves to do our part, we could all share an energetic connection. We are all one consciousness.
Musician and oral historian Lloyd Biggle Jr. is quoted as saying, “Life is life’s greatest gift. Guard the life of another creature as you would your own because it is your own. On life’s scale of values, the smallest is no less precious to the creature who owns it than the largest.” While you might want to, it isn’t possible to adopt and protect every abused animal on the planet. Indeed, there are sad cases where it is too late to rescue them, but that doesn’t mean you can’t make a difference.
Start by showing extra love to your own pets and to those you come into contact with. Because the energy of the universe is all interconnected, the love you express towards one animal radiates out to all animals. When you soothe one animal, that wonderful energy is spread to others who need it more. This may be the most powerful way to make mistreated animals feel less alone. You can also use imagery as you pet and love your animal companion; envision that you are also nurturing and loving another animal in need. Just imagine the love from your heart spreading and consoling, letting them know they are not alone in this world. You may not be there in the physical, but in the spiritual, you are loving them, and loving your pet can improve your health.
Have you heard of the Hundredth Monkey Study? It revealed a phenomenon in the animal kingdom whereby new behaviors or ideas spread quickly through inexplicable means. These behaviors were taught by humans to one isolated group, yet the knowledge was rapidly disseminated to every related group after the threshold (in this case, 100 monkeys) was met.
You’ve likely seen the endearing pictures and videos depicting animals who have taken it upon themselves to nurture or foster animals of a different breed. It happens both in confined environments and in the wild. When you foster one animal, you not only help one life, but you exude love that is spread to all animals, including humans. No doubt you’ve felt the wonderful blessings received through caring for a beloved pet. It unlocks a boundless canyon of joy, love, and valuable companionship.
Could you spare a moment of your time to help end animal abuse by loving your own pets with all of your heart, and at the same time sending love and care to any other animal in need? Treat them well and you will provide both hope and energetic support to all animals who are scared, lonely, or hopeless due to their current experience of abuse, captivity, or environmental damage caused by deforestation in the name of profit. If you have extra space, you might even consider fostering animals who are in need of a safe place while searching for their forever homes.
In summary, love every animal you come in contact with. Spread that healing energy far and wide. It will make a beautiful difference in so many lives.
For more personalized guidance on this topic, schedule an animal healing consultation for your pet today.
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