Listening to & Learning from Animals


15241144_1448139298548156_2065736462368211729_nWonderful conversations here between two highly intelligent and highly conscious people about communicating with animals.

The stories they share in these two 25-minute videos of the program, “Thinking Allowed,” will be well appreciated by anyone whose life involves animals. I’ve been a Thinking Allowed fan since the 80’s and hold creator/host Jeffrey Mishlove, PhD, in high regard for carrying the torch all this time, and as engagingly as he does.

The “communicator” here is Miranda Scott, MA. This conversation ventures beyond most I’ve heard on the subject (all of which I find fascinating!) … it is such a significant step for evolving humanity to o-o-open to comprehending animals’ wisdom, experiences, and innate love as they share this planet with us.

The first video aired (and was posted on youtube) a couple months ago; the second is obviously from the same day, in a second recording session, but has just been posted online. Both are filled with astute insights re: animal consciousness. Ms. Scott is also a crisis responder, which adds an additional dimension to her overall perception of the important role that many animals, including PTSD therapy dogs (therapist dogs!) provide.

The topic is also timely for this blog, as I prepare to post Part 2 of The Cat Who Came Back.

May we all grow our capacity to relate to the animal kingdoms, and the great wisdom each one imparts into this complex tapestry of life on Earth! May our journey as planetary stewards be increasingly divinely guided.

Much love to you… and to our amazing animal teachers. ~Whitehawk


 

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