In attempting to build right relationship with the animals we need to be aware of traps we can unwittingly fall into. While our intent may be to come from a place of right relationship, the impact of that intent may be harmful, even crippling and demeaning to the animals. This is because of the way we’ve been socialized to be human-centric.
I Believe In You…And I can help you… I help people expand their horizons to embrace right relationship with beyond-human sentient beings, so that your principles, kindheartedness and integrity aren’t swallowed up, despite the world’s opinion.
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In this episode of the Reawaken Right Relationship podcast we tackle the common, everyday language we use when we are referring to our domesticated animals and the relationship we have with them.
I do hope you'll take a few minutes to listen to this podcast, or at least part of it. About 2 minutes into the podcast you'll hear the story "The Return of the Listeners", a story I received in meditation and which is meant to be shared with all. And there's a short exercise here to help you hone your listening skills. If you try it, I'd love to hear how it works for you.
Other than I consider myself a card carrying Aquarius, I'm not big into astrology, but I do check every couple of weeks to see what's going on. The last time I checked, a week or so ago, I came upon this gem...
It’s a May Day potpourri! We are covering May Day, there’s a story about lilacs, a story about a hydrangea plant that I thought I was doing right by, and then we move to Perfectionism, and I’ll be sharing a couple of strategies I use to overcome my own perfectionism. Grab a cuppa your favorite beverage, sit back and enjoy!
How often have you been in a situation where you think the plant is getting enough water because that’s the amount of water Google says the plant should be getting. Or you dig your new garden in a certain location because that seems the logical place to dig. Or you go ahead and saddle your horse even though she is laying back her ears and nipping at you as you tighten the cinch….