We are at and interesting time in our modern society, where the business and commercial worlds are in a state of flux, and we are paying more attention to our inner selves and state of mind than in times before. Within this realm is the relationship to animals that we humans have created, and how they link us to our inner selves. Animal Care and the relationship of animal communication is a fascinating subject
Animals have been our transport, our food, our clothing, our protectors and our companions. They have been in our lives from day dot, as something humans have lived alongside on this earth. But in the modern world animals roles have changed. In the modern world the stress of living on a human, both physically, emotionally and spiritually has quadrupled in the past fifty year. So why are more people turning to animals and the care of animals to find there sense of self.
Animals can be our partners, our children, our teachers and healers. They give us reason to rise and reach out to us, with the unconditional love and unity that is missing in our modern human world. This is why more people are turning to animals and the care of animals to find there sense of self. As when we allow ourselves to be taken out of our worlds and into theirs, into nature, into moments of peace where we relax and de-stress. We also find the present moment.
Is this why so much energy and effort goes into good animal care to ensure these relationships are peaceful and trusting, why animal care is often higher than human care. Because animal affect our quality of life. Is there a deeper connection, do we share a non verbal communication with them. Do we have inter species communication, is this a possibility. An animal communicator, animal psychic, animal whispers would say yes. Possibly even the older farmers with bonds with there animals would also agree with this statement. On prime time BBC television we can watch the dogs whisperer and in most daily papers you will find an amazing story of an animal/ human relationships.
Why is it so modernly accepted, because on one level we are forced to speed up to survive and exist, yet on another level we are forced to find ways to slow down to survive and exist. Each have equal merit, yet innately it is often our animals which are showing us the ways and actions to be present. The best animal care and human care is the ability to be present and in the now moment connected with your animal. A walk in a sunny field with your dog, or a ride on a horse down a speckled path, or a soft rub of fur on our legs, and we can become mindless or thoughtless in seconds. We are reminded of the language of feelings we are born with and animal communication can help re-discover this language.
Learning how to communication with animals, has similarity to the story of the Artichoke Patch. When the famous artist Matisse, was asked how he maintained his sense of creativity, he commented that he spent ten minutes a day sitting in his artichoke patch. How he coped with the pressure was finding his sense of presence.. Being in the moment for some part of his day allowed his creativity for his art to grow. So we all need to find our artichoke patch, so our creativity can grow and it is often our animals which show us the path.
If animals are the link for humans to action ideas, the link for healing and happiness, the link for the present moment then animal care is the way forward. This is why learning animal communication is a light bulb moment for many humans, it is a crossroad of understandings, a reminder of how to find your artichoke patch.
Most of the major religions or spiritual teachings, aim for a similar outcome as Matisse. Peace of mind. Peace of mind is obtainable through having peaceful thoughts and not too many of them. A little bit like the contented cat with a full tummy purring. Therefore the more attention we pay to animal care, the more attention we pay to ourselves. If your animal is not peaceful then animal communication can re-balance your relationship. Is it animal care or human care that is needed as who is not living in the present moment?