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The Importance of Noticing Our Connection to the Animals

This morning, I woke early and went to work out in my guest room. While there, I heard the words from a prayer long ago: I salute the Divinity in you. This salutation went to every one on this earth; rocks, plants, animals, etc. Suddenly, a little bird perched on a lamp post about 15 […]

This morning, I woke early and went to work out in my guest room. While there, I heard the words from a prayer long ago: I salute the Divinity in you. This salutation went to every one on this earth; rocks, plants, animals, etc.

Suddenly, a little bird perched on a lamp post about 15 feet from my window appeared to look at me.

I said, “I salute the Divinity in you”

The bird hopped off the lamp post, flew onto an iron railing in front of my window as I continued our conversation. Suddenly, the bird darted towards my window and wanted to get in!!!

My interpretation is: the animals are beginning to feel more comfortable with some of the humans and are now ready for spirit to spirit communication. The bird HEARD ME!!

People are reporting from all over that the animals are coming closer to us. They feel and sense their deep connection to us and perhaps our need for deeper connection again, as well.

The Earth is healing and the animals remind us of our deeper connection to all.

So today, ” I salute The Divinity In You” and in all of Earth’s inhabitants.

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