ESP, Your Pets, & You
I wrote this back in 2014.
ESP, YOUR PETS, & YOU
Do you communicate with your pets? Have you really tried? Have you looked deep into your pet’s eyes, and said something to them with your mind, not your voice? Have you gotten a response…maybe, a loving gaze from them, or a thought that came into your mind from them, possibly just an image or picture of something out of the blue? I believe that is your pet and you communicating on a very basic level…mind to mind, heart to heart.
Extra sensory perception – ESP…the 6th sense…information that comes to you beyond the limitations of normal hearing, seeing, touching, smelling or tasting. It is a receiving of information, concerning the past, present, or future, originating in a second, or alternative reality.
If you have a pet, be it a dog, cat, bird, or other animal we share our homes/lives with on a daily basis, you probably talk to them a lot. We treat them as part of our family, and they learn what we are saying and what we mean, especially at meal times. Other times we scold them, and they know they’ve made some little mistake. We give them hugs, or tell them our secrets, and give them love. They give that love right back to us, uninhibited.
For me, I believe I will again see my pets that have passed away…in heaven. They will all be there to greet me when I get there. Some may disagree…and that’s fine. We all have our own set of beliefs. However, this story happened just as I’m going to write it. It is one I will never forget, and I know what I saw and felt at the time.
Quite a few years ago, my sister’s dog, a Pomeranian named Trixie, passed away. She was failing in health, as she was aged, but we did not think it was time for her to leave us, just yet. However, I suppose she thought different. The family was all gathered around watching a tv show, that evening. I noticed that Trixie came and sat in front of me, just staring at me for the longest time.
I got the strongest feeling she was saying good-bye. I looked into her eyes, and silently said to her that I loved her, and would see her later someday. She seemed happy with that. She then moved over to each family member, in turn, doing the same thing…staring at them with a loving look. I don’t think anyone else noticed, though. I could tell she was beaming her loving thoughts to them, thanking them all for being her family all these years.
The next morning, she was gone, passed away during the night. I’m glad we got to say our final good-byes the night before. (I’m going to cry, now…and it has been so many years ago…it is still a beautiful, yet sad remembrance.) But, I know I will see her again. I will see all my other pets that have gone on before me…someday. That’s why I never say good-bye…to pets, or to people. I’ve told them all the same…that it is not good-bye…just…”See you later.”
If we want to have a chance of communicating with our pets, we have to learn to pay attention to what they are trying to tell us, in their own way.
Thanks for visiting! Peace ☮️
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We can talk to each other. Our Little Bit could communicate very well and we both listened to her. We still miss her and we also know she’ll be waiting for us when it’s our time to come home.
Have a fabulous day, Barbara. ♥
You’re exactly right, Sandee! It’s a wonderful thing to know it’s possible. I miss all our pets, and they were family members just as much as anyone. ❤
My cat likes to sit at the crossroads in my house and she waits for somebody to come by so she can meow at them. I don’t have to read her mind, because I know that she wants to be pet.
Thanks, Jim! Your cat sounds so cute! Yes, they sure can make their wants and needs understood. 🙂
Beautiful post. Sounds like Trixie was a sweet girl. XO
Yes, Trixie was a really good dog. She lived a long life of comfort and we all adored her. 🙂
Annie and I are on a very special wavelength. I am blessed to have her in my life.
Thanks, Lauren! You and your Annie are great friends, I can tell. It’s wonderful to be able to get to know our pets personalities. 🙂
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This is so touching.
Thanks so much, Sadje! I’ve had pets most all my life, and each one was a special part of the family. We sure miss them. xo
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You’re welcome Barbara
I believe the same…when Kalimba passed away, he stayed right with me, unless I had to use the bathroom. He had stopped doing that, laying with me and sticking around. I was his mom and he needed me to be with him until the end. I never said good bye, just see you later. I also told him to say hi to my mom, dad, Gracie (my beagle), and every one else.
We do form a special bond with our pets, and learn their individual personalities. We learn their likes and dislikes, and when they are in a mood to play or not. They are family and we miss them so much when they are no longer with us here. I’m sure they all are having a grand time, and are just waiting for us to join them all some day. ❤
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