I’ve been watching the new hit TV show Touched and one of the episodes started with this remarkable reminder about where the answers to our many questions really come from (kudos to the writers!). If you’re like me, full of questions, a born seeker, then you’ll enjoy this too:
”We always wait for messages, hoping for connection. If you haven’t received the message, it doesn’t mean it hasn’t been sent to you.Â Sometimes it means you haven’t listened hard enough.”
This is especially true of animal communication. They constantly send messages to you, the question is whether you are listening hard enough to hear them.
With Divine Guidance, Spirit is always sending messages to help us live well, to express who we really are, and to fulfill the purpose we were sent here for.
The question is, are we listening? Are we following Guidance, or are we missing the boat entirely or getting the signals confused?
Neale Donald Walsh said:
“On this day of your life, I believe God wants you to know …that
your trust has not been misplaced.
“Listen to your Self today. You have been telling yourself something
very important for days now. Today, listen more closely. And heed.
Trust the still small voice within. Your soul is gently leading you to
your next step.”
I was first guided to learn about the healing power of Bach Flowers in the mid 1990′s, and have used them for myself, my family, my animals, and have recommended them to my clients and friends with great results.
I recently discovered Joan Jacobs and her remarkable work in holistic healing. Her wealth of knowledge about healing is impressive (she teaches and practices in Negev, Israel).
So what else could I do? I interviewed her about her depth of knowledge about the Bach Flowers and how she uses them with humans and animals.
I learned a great deal that I didn’t know and that is not common knowledge. You’ll love learning more about them too, regardless of whether you’ve been using them for years or are brand new to the concept.
Wishing you and your furrkids the miracle of healing,
“One can choose to go back toward safety or forward toward growth. Growth must be chosen again and again; fear must be overcome again and again.” Abraham Maslow, Psychologist