Animal Lovers Revealed through Body Language
Written by Hally Rhiannon-Nammu
Created Wednesday, 22 May 2013
There are many forms of language in which each person and animal alike uses to communicate. It is interesting to watch this interaction and the response from each party. This becomes even more interesting when it is between an animal and a human. Communication is more than langugage; it is everything is done, thought and felt that is conveyed to an animal. This is moreso because generally animals communicate, when not telepathically, then through energy. This is conveyed through intent.
Humans do this very well however, unfortunately many do not realise the impact that this has on others and in particular animals. Animals do not care for raised voices, not only because the pitch is a certain frequency; it is also because the intent is to harm or if in anger ,they will read this as a need to find safety.
There are many people that have pets or claim to be animal lovers. There are many that say that pets are more to them and yet, they scoff at demonstrating any affection to them or lock them in a kennel when going away without any thought to the message they are sending to the pet. Most animals that find themselves in these situations will not be as open or affectionate as those with a family, not owner, that are emotionally invested in the communication and connection to the animal.
It is compounded by the ignorant general comment of “it’s just a pet” because it is a living animal; a living being that one has taken on as a responsibility and obligation. In doing has energetically promised to provide a good life to. That means no beating, no shouting, no leaving tied up outside in the rain all day and bringing them in when friends come over. Animals are not toys or a novelty. They have more respect and integrity than many people and in the very least they deserve this in return.
The amount of animal cruelty that is exists if beyond horrific. The even more pathetic part is that it would not be surprising that most of these owners, not families, to the animals pretend to be animal activists or will go on and on with “save the whale” but will kick their dog when no one is watching.
Animals are very intelligent and this did not come from going to university or living at home until they were forty. It is one thing to disrespect another human, but an animal, or any other life force for that matter is sending a big message out into the universe. Do not have a pet and claim to care for animal welfare without the intent and consequent language that follows. Have an animal as part of the family because there is actual commitment there.
It is very easy to see those that are animal people and those that are not. Not a single word needs to be spoken and the animal will always know. This is also the message that is being sent out unconsciously to every person and unfortunately the animals tend to be the ones that bare the brunt of their rejection.
Engaging in animal rights, having a pet as a member of the family is not something “cool”, it is serious and it is for the life of the animal. Do not pretend to care for the environment and the Earth when disrespecting the cats, dogs, birds and other animals in the home. They know and so does everyone one else.
That is the power of language, the power of energy and the result of the pure intent that is being delivered.
Hally Rhiannon-Nammu is a renowned Behavioural Change Expert and Spiritual Guru. Her work spreads across the globe from helping people overcome trauma from past lives, healing animals through vibrational medicine, banishing demon possessions to enabling alignment/enlightenment of self through removal of lifelong barriers. An author of seven books, part of four group collaborations, a Masters in Writing and an advocate of fair treatment for all living creatures.
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