This post actually has nothing to do with the moon that reached its max today. I basically put “full moon” in the title to place this post in time. A tad.
I’ve been wanting to share a few random tidbits. Lately I find myself receiving more personal contact from people with questions about my take on events (or lack thereof), or seeking more info about me personally. This flurry has had me typing a lot more than I have in a while, and I tend to peter out after transmitting a few hundred words in any direction. Maybe sharing a few things on the blog will give interested parties a sense of my journey at this juncture.
Like so many, I seem to be in a shift. This has been going on for years (much of which has been more like stuck gears than shifting ones) but lately I seem to be coming into a new phase. Not sure where it’s going; just sharing the free-form ride of the moment with you here! Continue reading →
Not a day goes by that I don’t feel a heaviness of heart for all the magnificent species whose lives are tortured and homes are destroyed without an inkling of compassion or passing thought. I FEEL THEM, and I suspect many of you do also. This morning started with a disturbing photo that I won’t belabor. Then came this message from a whale by way of Dianne Robbins (linked below). I pray for all involved – being all here. ~W
We Whales Patrol the Shorelines
Mikey is here. I am swimming in the murky waters off Delaware, looking for my morning breakfast of shrimp and herring and cod. There isn’t too much life close to the coast, as we can’t breathe near the shore.
As a rule, we all stay as far from shore as possible, so as not to get entangled in ﬁshing lines and tuna nets. However, the smaller ﬁsh swarm toward the shore, as they like to rest in the nooks and crannies jutting out from the coastline. We Whales patrol the shoreline and often come in close for a better view. But as for our breakfast, the ﬁsh farther out in the Ocean are healthier to eat. So we will wait awhile for breakfast, then swim out farther.
Life in the Oceans is busy these days — as our home is being invaded by people, ships, and underwater experiments. We’ve no privacy left anymore, and must separate ourselves to survive. The farther apart we stay from each other, the safer it is, as we’re less likely to be seen or noticed from a distance if there’s only one of us. Continue reading →
Twenty years ago I explored the revelatory “Tellington T Touch” method for assisting unwell or troubled animals. To my delight, all these years later, the creator of this method – Linda Tellington-Jones, now a wise elder – talks with Thinking Allowed‘s Jeffrey Mishlove about her wonderful work. This awareness can help with virtually any situation, including your own. It’s a balanced blend of intuitive and physical skill.
Practicing presence in virtually any situation transmits a profound gift. Being present for this conversation is a gift I invite you to experience. It’s one benevolent thing that can ripple into everything. Love all… W Continue reading →
Just watched a beautiful 54-minute documentary about a particularly warm, endearing, and tuned-in animal communicator — a woman whose heart is so loving and open, with a demeanor so gentle and kind, animals readily trust her and respond by engaging in meaningful communications with her.
I’m sure many readers have read about, seen programs about, and even experienced animal communications, as have I. But this particular woman has a way about her that teaches almost by pure emanation – direct loving transmission – and while this doc has been around a while, it was new to me and I’m very happy to share it with you.
In under an hour we gain meaningful insight into not just dogs and cats, but racehorses, goats, an elderly elephant, a very sad bird who lost all its feathers due to a medication… and even ants. I’m currently in a major ongoing “battle” with ants, so that vignette couldn’t have been timelier for me!
This is the most touching documentary about animals that I may have ever seen. It is my most coveted ‘superpower’ to be this tuned in to be able to have meaningful 2-way conversation with animals. They are so precious, sensitive, and intelligent and have a LOT to share with us if we’d only listen!
(Btw the two photos in this post are not from the film.)
Here’s the video, for those who care about animals and are ready for something special: Continue reading →
May loving cohabitation flourish between humans and all God’s creatures, great & small, in the enlightened times to come… all of which unfolds with each & every choice we make now.
Hope you enjoy, Whitehawk ox
Gazing out the window across my rolling, rural front yard one day last summer, my roaming mind snapped to attention when I spotted what appeared to be two black ears poking up from behind a small hill.
Could that be a cat? I wondered. Standing up for a better view, sure enough, I discovered a small black & white kitty sitting under a shady tree about 30 feet from the house, looking in my direction.
Living in a small mountain community as I do and being familiar with people’s pets, I knew this wasn’t a neighbor’s cat. I headed outside to meet this newcomer – or at least get a better look. Continue reading →
Wonderful 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.