Pets And Psychics - What Are They Thinking?
Written by Alexandra Chauran. Copyright(c) 2008, PsychicRx, all rights reserved. Originally published as "What Is Your Pet Thinking?" under the category Pet Psychics on 6/20/2008 in PsyBlog.
If you're an extreme pet-lover, I bet I'm not going too far when I say that you've had times where you can almost add subtitles to your pet's life! There are times when you know exactly what he or she is thinking and there may be times when you feel that your pet knows you better than any other friend! However, there may be other times, when your pet is sick or distressed, when it seems like that connection flies out the window! It's as if all the worry and stress of the moment scares away your ability to read them well.
That, my dear reader, is why psychics rarely read for themselves! When it gets too personal and when emotions are running high, it is difficult, if not impossible, to be objective enough to receive clear and accurate information about the situation at hand. Just like a doctor has to see his or her own doctor, when I need a reading, I take my money to my professional of choice! If you think you need a back-up for your own intuition on your pet or anything else in life, that's when it's time to call your psychic!
However, that doesn't mean that you should throw your own gut feelings out the window. If you've experienced moments of being in-tune with your pet, there are ways that you can develop those skills of yours! This first exercise may sound silly, but I encourage you to try it. Select a few objects: One that was never a living thing (like a rock), one that was once-living (like a stick) and one that is living (like a plant). One at a time, explore each object thoroughly. What does it look feel like, look like, and smell like? When nobody's watching, give it a taste! Then, set the object down and re-create it in your mind in its entirety through all of your senses. What do you notice is different when you do that with all three objects?
Now it is time to track down your pet! When the pet is relaxed, explore your pet with your senses. Synchronize your breathing with your pet, if you can, and then close your eyes and hold your pet's image in your mind. You can use that image to help you notice things about your pet that you can't notice with your real eyes. You can even use this energy memory of your healthy pet to help your pet when he or she is not feeling well. Remember, of course, that good spiritual work should always be paired with good medical work from your veterinarian when dealing with matters of your pet's health!