mudra Tue Aug 09, 2011 1:11 pm
Carol wrote:Ahh, what a sweet story mudra. My little dog is always with me too and we do lots of sighs together. I've come to accept that dogs are here to teach unconditional love.
This is so true Carol .
That little dog triggered a quantum leap in my spiritual journey .
I had been divorced for 5 years when he fell from the balcony and broke his pelvis .
Two of his paws were also damaged and he just could 'nt use them properly anylonger.
As these were front and back paw the vet told us that if he was'nt recovering we would need
to take his life away . That dog meant so much for my daughter that I stopped my business for
a few weeks to stay with him night and day . I healed him with Love and magnetic passes over his body.
I also turned to spirit and said I am going to let go of what I consider most precious to me :
my former husband and constant wish that he may return to me one day . I engage myself to completely
let go of this , to just free my husband from personal wishes and thoughts and let him be whatever
he wanted to be . In return I asked Spirit to let our dog live and completely recover. After a fortnight
he finally got up and could walk . That was so beautifull . Each time I would see him walking I would
remind myself of my engagement of letting go of my husband's return wish .
The dog survived and I at the same time was given the opportunity to experience unconditional love .
That not only freed my former husband which soon afterwards announced me he had found a new companion
but it also freed me .From that day on my life completely changed.
Love from me