When I complete an animal communication session with a client, I usually write a small summary for myself. If a client has a question or concern later on, it helps me to remember the situation or scenario that we were working on at the time.
Just the other day, as I was finishing up and thinking about the information that my client's animals had shared, I realized that a very similar theme had been running through my last 4 or 5 readings. This revelation was disturbing to me. It made me question myself. How was it that each of these people was being asked by their pets, in various ways, to "tune in"?
After thinking a bit more about this, I realized that many of us have been experiencing a type of "energetic chaos". The best way to describe what I "see" is to direct you to the original Willy Wonka movie scene where the chocolate bar is overhead in a million pieces.
There is so much "noise" around us due to the impact of so many things going on in our lives, that we are being bombarded constantly. While we cannot do much about the chaos outside of our homes, we can focus on what we are experiencing in our own homes.
Each of these pieces of "noise" is a residual "reaction" to something we have seen or heard. There are good and bad things all mixed together that affect our ability to focus on what is most important. Because our animals are so in tune with these energetic imbalances, their way of having you recognize the imbalance, or the problem, is to act out in a way that gets you to "notice". When you are able to notice, recognize the "chaos", and tune in to yourself and your animal, some of that static will dissipate and a greater peace and balance will prevail in the home.
I have always felt that our animals are pushing us to take better care of ourselves, to help us take that next step in our spiritual growth. One of the best ways to start that journey is to breathe. Take a moment to notice how you feel before and after.
Sending love to you all. 💜
🌷 Belly Breathing 🌷
Belly breathing is easy to do and very relaxing. Try this basic exercise anytime you need to relax or relieve stress.
Sit or lie flat in a comfortable position.
Put one hand on your belly just below your ribs and the other hand on your chest.
Take a deep breath in through your nose, and let your belly push your hand out. Your chest should not move.
Breathe out through pursed lips as if you were whistling. Feel the hand on your belly go in, and use it to push all the air out.
Do this breathing 3 to 10 times. Take your time with each breath.
Notice how you feel at the end of the exercise.