Too Much Growling
My client’s dog, Buddy was doing too much growling. He was growling at his mom and his dad, and people coming in the house.
I connected with Buddy, and worked with his mom. We found out that Buddy was having issues with attempting to protect the house and also he just had a lot of stress.
Dial It Down
Now you have to remember that I connect intuitively, telepathically, through shared thoughts and feelings. It’s not like I’m handing Buddy anything in the physical world.
10 = I’m Stressed
Intuitively, I gave Buddy a little dial. The dial was to learn how to dial his stress down. We would turn it up to 10, and I would send him what 10 felt like. You know, the, “Oh my goodness I MUST protect my people! I’m not safe. We’re not safe. I’ve got to let them know!” Buddy could feel the sensation I was projecting and know that was a 10 feeling. That’s what you can do as an animal communicator. He got it.
1 = Life is Good
Then I said, “Now Buddy, if you dial it down to one or two, here’s how you could feel.” We got into the lovely feeling of, “Oh my goodness, laying around, tummy’s full. I had a good run. Lovin’ it. Lovin’ it.” So, he practiced moving the dial up and down and noticing the different stress level he could generate.
After our sessions, his mom tells him when he was acting up, “Okay Buddy, it’s time to dial it down.” And he would!
Buddy and Yoga
One evening, I’m sitting on my bed cross-legged. This is a good position to meditate in before I go to bed. Unbelievably, I “see” Buddy jump up on the bed. He does the REAL yoga position across from me. Just to show me up, I guess.
Here I am sitting crossed legged across from a dog, who is doing yoga much better than I am.
After that, Buddy would just pop in and do it for a little bit and then leave. It was oddly enjoyable!
Buddy Teaches Me
One time Buddy comes and does the yoga position with me. He looks over and then he pulls out his dial, points to it and says, “Maribeth, you need to dial it down!!”
I stopped and thought, “Oh yeah. It’s one of those days where I just can’t release the stress, tension and worry.” You know those evenings when you’re still going through the whole day and who said what to whom, what you didn’t get done, what you should have gotten done and what are you going to do tomorrow? No quieting of the mind, which is what you’re supposed to be doing in meditation.
I looked at him and I said, “Oh. You’re right.” I laughed. In the laughing, the stress level went down. Imagine you’re sitting across from the vision of a dog doing yoga, who’s telling you to dial it down and get your meditation on.
It was very good advice and I thanked him.