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~Thoughts for Thinking People~
W.) If you haven't watched the Animal Planet© channel's "The
Pet Psychic," you should. Whether you believe what you
hear and see or not, it's a great pet lover's treat.
is that the psychic is able to speak and listen to animals, and
even communicate with them after they have died. I know, you're
thinking, "Weird." But it's pretty compelling folks.
She (the psychic is a British lady who claims to have had the gift
from childhood) is apparently able to either do what she says she
is, or is a real good guesser. I mean real good.
alligator on a tourist farm tells her that the reason he is misbehaving
is because the caretaker is upset and not himself, and has also
stopped feeding him beef. Come to find out the caretaker
was going through a difficult divorce, and was therefore
not treating his favorite gator the same. He also had changed
from beef to chicken. Once the caretaker changed the food back
and gave his friend the attention he was used to, all was well
show horse was bolting with its rider and acting like its feet
bothered him on sand. During a "talk" with the psychic,
the horse said that earlier in life its feet were burned running
through a grass fire. Now the heat of the sand caused fear.
Upon investigation with the previous owner it was found that this
was true. Now, with the newfound information and a reassuring
talking to (done with the psychic mind, not the lips) from the
pet psychic, the previous behaviors are disappearing.
with a deceased dog reveals secrets about the dog's life while
alive that only the owner was aware of.
just a sampling.
yes, the whole thing could be staged; the production crew and the
hundreds of animal owners could be liars. But I think if you
watch a few episodes you will rule out that possibility.
If it is
true, and she is able to communicate, it affirms what most of us
animal lovers have long suspected – pets are people too (figuratively).
Anthropomorphism (attributing human qualities to animals) may be
correct and proper, not just hopeful sentimentality.
then, is it even possible that what she supposedly does is real?
Not if you believe the only reality is what you can touch and feel,
if you are a dyed-in-the-wool materialist. But that position
is not very scientific or current. We now know there are dimensions,
energies and realities far beyond our puny human senses. We
are, in fact, not really even matter but electromagnetic radiation
that is perceived by eyes that are made of atoms which are primarily
space. Think of it this way. We don't see gravity, but
it exists. We don't see or feel x-rays, or cosmic rays, but
they exist. We can see only a narrow visual band on an infinite
electromagnetic spectrum. We watch television and listen to the
radio but see no physical connection to the sources of the sound
world, our bodies, the bodies of the animals around us, are not
substance per se, but rather unimaginably complex energy
vibrations. We need to get over the outdated and unscientific
notion that the scope of reality is defined by our senses.
Just because we do not understand or perceive something does not
preclude its existence. Similarly, a dog cannot do calculus, cannot
even add. Does he have the right to conclude that math
does not exist?
you get past that (the topic of a book I have been working on for
some time), your mind opens up to new possibilities. There
is really nothing supernatural; it is all natural, just unperceived
by most of us.
Is it possible
there could be realities, life, in a dimension, a wavelength other
than ours coexisting with us? Why not? There are thousands
of radio and TV stations permeating the airways all at the same
time, but we would not know that unless we change the dial.
If we had a radio stuck on 940 AM, we would assume that is the only
radio message out there. Little do we know that there are
tens of thousands of TV, radio, radar, infrared, sonic, etc. worlds
all out there occupying the same space at the same time.
All you need is the right instrument to detect them.
could not a person have a tuning capability that permits perceptions
of realities other than the narrow band perceived by our senses?
Why not? The proof would be in the person's performance –
knowledge of things they could not know unless they had such capability.
know this is all brain twisting. But think about the metaphors
I have described above and you will see that there is far more than
meets the eye.
our cozy little materialistic paradigms have served us well to create
refrigerators, automobiles and toys. But they also create
nuclear weapons, pollution, debt, greed and skewed disease-producing
views such as allopathic medicine and so-called "100% complete"
fruit you will know them. (Might as well quote some Bible, too.)
Our limited materialistic worldview is not sufficient to explain
all of reality. Holding to it as if it did, produces the bad
fruit we see in the social, economic and health fields.
On the other hand, opening the mind to new possibilities, understanding
that we are but an infinitesimally small part of reality, creates
much hope for betterment of the human and animal condition
– much good fruit. The pet psychic certainly brings
comfort, hope and healing. What
wonderful fruit that is.
health means consideration for all possibilities. Alternative medicine
encompasses more and more of these possibilities. Perhaps
pet psychic therapy is a step beyond that even. But why not?
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