Unconditional Love in the Natural World (Heart to Heart Human ~ Animal Communication)

The incredible story of how leopard Diabolo became Spirit 

Animal communication is no big deal, it’s just connecting with our ability to sit patiently next to an animal with a clear, open mind and listen to them.

* Quietly listening with an open mind is a good trick for humans too!

For more on how to get a clearer mind, see

Both on here.

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I like how Anna talks about meeting at the frequency of unconditional love in this article. Unconditional Love is simply love without conditions,
so no surprises there.
Which is why it’s so good!
No expectations, agendas, stickiness, boundaries ~ just love.
The other person’s OK just as they are. And in this clear space of true love, communication naturally arises, and speech isn’t needed.
(nb. From a Buddhist point of view, animals are people too.
Which I think makes sense from any sane point of view.)

Unconditional love never causes any pain or worry, but only peace and joy.”

Geshe Kelsang Gyatso

When we make the choice to fill our heart space with unconditional love, our worlds blossom into a beauty far greater than we have known.

Rio Godfrey

 

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Loving the Natural World

Looking and seeing are not the same thing. Helen Keller – deaf and blind since before her second birthday – knew that very well. Her assertion that “Nature sings her most exquisite songs to those who love her” is a beautiful truth. I was contemplating this afresh whilst giving a dragonfly a back tickle a few days ago. This is not a pet or habituated insect, I must add! Rather a free and wild being unknown to me who graced me with their company for some minutes of pure connection. Struck by the presence of the shining soul outside my study, I slowly slipped outside and sat down gently at a distance I felt was comfortably far enough away from their body, so as not to overwhelm them with my relatively gargantuan self.

READ MORE from Anna’s blog.

 

 

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