My head hurt for part of the day, and in my quest to see what natural remedy would alleviate it, I went back to my post for Day 7 to visit my new friend Trixie. We’d had such a wonderful exchange on that day that I'd tapped into the love she’d sent and felt it wash over me. It lifted my vibration and erased whatever energy I was picking up on from the world as an empath. I hoped if I could feel that loving energy again, my headache would subside.
As I looked into her eyes, I wondered whether she could feel me and would speak. Nothing happened at first. I accepted it because sometimes my head fills with all the conversations swirling around in the Universe and it can be overwhelming. So a little peace was nice and…oh, wait! What’s that, Trixie? You are here? Well, okay!
When she finally spoke, she said in her sweet voice, “Did you have a good day? I did!”
I said, “That’s great! I had an…okay day. It was sort of hard but I tried my best.”
Trixie said, excitedly and happily, “Well, me too! That’s what made it a good day! I did my best and so I was happy about that!”
This was so adorable that I wondered if the sheer cuteness of it would heal me! But nope, my head still hurt and although I wanted to look at her, I finally said, “I’m afraid I’m going to have to close my eyes for a while.”
She said, “That’s okay. Some people feel love better that way.”
I was given an initial interpretation that some people close their eyes to the shortcomings of others if it means there’d be problems or necessary changes that would need to be addressed. Co-dependent people struggle with this. But there are many interpretations, including the simple one (my favorite!) that it just feels better to focus only on love and not be distracted by other things. So I did this.
After a moment, she said, sort of quietly, “Just focus on my words: ‘I love myself and I’m great!’ I say that all the time to myself. It works too!”
I kid you not, as I typed this out, my headache started to ease a little. Then as my mind began bringing back things to think about, the pain returned and she said, “Don’t think about any of that! It’s not helpful. Just be me!” Here she adorably rolled around on her back with her paws in the air, wiggling in happiness, like she was scratching her back and flipping around in joy. It was really cute!
She then corrected herself after showing me a visual of her and said, “…I mean, like me. You can’t BE me, obviously, because I already am, but wouldn’t that be a fun trick if we could trade places sometimes? But I’m the only me, and it’s the best that way, don’t you think?” 😊
She’s so cute!
My head still hurt, and I know from personal experience that one thing that often helps me is to send love outward, knowing it’ll reach wherever it needs to go. 😀 I redirected the energy exchange and started sending her love, asking if it was okay for me to do that. She said, “You do that just by talking with me! Don’t you know that?” Her voice became hushed and she whispered, “It’s sort of like we’re magic! We can talk to each other and no one can hear us!” She seemed to take great delight in this “secret!”
Sometimes animal communication offers something special, something indelible. Maybe you’ve found that in some of your connections too? If so, you can share and tell what special, important, or adorable things you’ve come across in your experiences!
For now, I feel good and love is the reason. ❤️
© 8/10/16 by Angel-Rose Coen.
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