Are you living with a four-legged Buddha?

Many animals are natural healers that seek out people who are ill to offer relief for their discomfort.

by Sherry Letson — 

In a time when more people are seeking better health and a higher level of spiritual understanding for themselves, many are also looking for good alternative care and spiritual awareness for their pets. Locally we can find massage therapy, acupuncture, acupressure, homeopathy, energy and herbal healing, and today more of these types of healing modalities are now available for our pets. In addition, more veterinarians are offering alternative care in their practices.

Many animals are natural healers that seek out people who are ill to offer relief for their discomfort. Some animals are peacekeepers that seek to comfort and absorb tension in a household. These types of pets tend to lay close and lick the faces of other pets and humans.

By these acts of love for the humans with whom they live, up to 80 percent of physical, emotional or behavioral symptoms that are observed in a pet may be a direct reflection of the inner issues from the pet’s human family as a whole. The manifestation of symptoms that can be observed shows us the high and pure level by which our pets function psychically and spiritually.

You can help your pets experience the best life possible by providing them with the best care, natural foods and by allowing them their spiritual expression. Watch them closely as they show you the changes you might need to make in your own life, and include them in your regular meditation and prayer sessions. Look deep into their eyes with understanding to see what messages of pure divine love they have hidden there for you.

 

Sherry Letson is a certified transformational hypnotherapist and a past-life regressionist who has advanced training in Kriya Yoga. She is an ordained minister offering spiritual counseling, and works to spread a higher level of care for pets. 480-695-8884, sletson@cox.net or www.expandingperceptions.com.

Reprinted from AzNetNews, Volume 27, Number 3, June/July 2008.

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