Animals

  • August 29, 2011 at 12:54 pm #1867
    Laurie Thiboutot
    Participant

    If the animals don’t have egos why do they create cancer?

    August 29, 2011 at 12:54 pm #1868
    Laurie Thiboutot
    Participant

    Or is it us creating it for them?…..oh! I don’t want to think that!

    August 30, 2011 at 5:06 am #1874
    Amanda Devine
    Keymaster

    [quote=”[email protected]” post=1325]If the animals don’t have egos why do they create cancer?[/quote]

    We are the ones that create it for them! :ohmy:

    How? :blink:

    August 30, 2011 at 7:28 am #1896
    Laurie Thiboutot
    Participant

    With our negative thoughts….I just realized, my two cats are on the heavy side and I do not let a bunch of food lay around in the bowls like most people do. I give them small quantities at a time throughout the day. WHen I see my sister’s cats, my Dad’s cat, and my Son’s cat who all have a continuous bowl of food sitting there, they are all skinny! What the heck?!!!

    August 31, 2011 at 12:42 am #1902
    Jeremy Krenzelak
    Keymaster

    I hear what you are saying and I am at a similar point with my two cats. One is a male cat who is the love of my life. He is gaining weight (but is not obese) and is about 7 years old. The last cat I had lived for 20 years even with leukemia and was healthy. So, I know that Monte can be around for a long time yet. But, I have read and been told by vets that middle-aged male cats who are above optimum weight are at more risk for diabetes.

    I do not want to create that for Monte, that’s for sure. We control the feedings and, just as you do, we feed small amounts during the day. What thoughts to I need to have so I do not create diabetes for him? I know enough to think of him as healthy and vibrant, but the thought of diabetes keeps creeping into my thoughts now and then in spite of my positive thoughts.

    August 31, 2011 at 7:01 am #1909
    Christine Schumann
    Participant

    [quote=”[email protected]” post=1360]I hear what you are saying and I am at a similar point with my two cats. One is a male cat who is the love of my life. He is gaining weight (but is not obese) and is about 7 years old. The last cat I had lived for 20 years even with leukemia and was healthy. So, I know that Monte can be around for a long time yet. But, I have read and been told by vets that middle-aged male cats who are above optimum weight are at more risk for diabetes.

    I do not want to create that for Monte, that’s for sure. We control the feedings and, just as you do, we feed small amounts during the day. What thoughts to I need to have so I do not create diabetes for him? I know enough to think of him as healthy and vibrant, but the thought of diabetes keeps creeping into my thoughts now and then in spite of my positive thoughts.[/quote]

    Hmmm, that makes me wonder how you feel about yourself. What are your eating habits? Are you afraid that you might be gaining weight? :huh:

    You see, my dog goes nuts when a school bus drives by during our walk. He charges at them and barks like crazy… and I have always made the excuse that it’s because they are big, loud and very smelly. I’ve never liked the smell of Diesel… So, it’s really me who doesn’t like the school buses!! I have changed my thoughts about the busses… because I now realize that the busses and the cargo they carry are pure Love, and their exhaust smells like a bacon & egg breakfast. Guess what? It seems the bus routes got changed… They don’t pass us anymore in the morning. :cheer:

    I would like to share something else: Remember, a few weeks ago we were deciding to create that all animals cross the road safely? Well, I’ve been holiding that intent very strongly… I claim that all animals, reptiles, amphibiens, insects and birds cross the road safely, and I have not seen a dead animal since! None! Zero! Zilch!! I don’t even have bugs smasched all over the front of my hood and my windshield anymore. :woohoo:

    August 31, 2011 at 7:01 am #1910
    Christine Schumann
    Participant

    [quote=”[email protected]” post=1360]I hear what you are saying and I am at a similar point with my two cats. One is a male cat who is the love of my life. He is gaining weight (but is not obese) and is about 7 years old. The last cat I had lived for 20 years even with leukemia and was healthy. So, I know that Monte can be around for a long time yet. But, I have read and been told by vets that middle-aged male cats who are above optimum weight are at more risk for diabetes.

    I do not want to create that for Monte, that’s for sure. We control the feedings and, just as you do, we feed small amounts during the day. What thoughts to I need to have so I do not create diabetes for him? I know enough to think of him as healthy and vibrant, but the thought of diabetes keeps creeping into my thoughts now and then in spite of my positive thoughts.[/quote]

    Hmmm, that makes me wonder how you feel about yourself. What are your eating habits? Are you afraid that you might be gaining weight? :huh:

    You see, my dog goes nuts when a school bus drives by during our walk. He charges at them and barks like crazy… and I have always made the excuse that it’s because they are big, loud and very smelly. I’ve never liked the smell of Diesel… So, it’s really me who doesn’t like the school buses!! I have changed my thoughts about the busses… because I now realize that the busses and the cargo they carry are pure Love, and their exhaust smells like a bacon & egg breakfast. Guess what? It seems the bus routes got changed… They don’t pass us anymore in the morning. :cheer:

    I would like to share something else: Remember, a few weeks ago we werde deciding to create that all animals cross the road safely? Well, I’ve been holiding that intent very strongly… I claim that all animals, reptiles, amphibiens, insects and birds cross the road safely, and I have not seen a dead animal since! None! Zero! Zilch!! I don’t even have bugs smasched all over the front of my hood and my windshield anymore. :woohoo:

    August 31, 2011 at 9:01 am #1911
    Jeremy Krenzelak
    Keymaster

    No, I am thin and my eating habits are light and fit.

    August 31, 2011 at 1:01 pm #1912
    Laurie Thiboutot
    Participant

    Wow! Good for you!!! Funny I do feel exactly that about myself! I feel fat! I am not obese by any means and people tell me I am not fat but I feel it! My thoughts are of me being fat from the time I get up till the time I go to bed! I know I am creating it and I talked with Amanda last night…I’m now saying, “Thank you I am skinny” in the mirror! My mind tells me I am fat because In the past 5 years I have gone from 115 to 145 lbs! yikes! I don’t even like writing it!

    August 31, 2011 at 1:01 pm #1913
    Laurie Thiboutot
    Participant

    Boy is Amanda gonna have fun with that post! 😉

    September 1, 2011 at 7:48 am #1922
    Amanda Devine
    Keymaster

    [quote=”[email protected]” post=1354]With our negative thoughts….I just realized, my two cats are on the heavy side and I do not let a bunch of food lay around in the bowls like most people do. I give them small quantities at a time throughout the day. WHen I see my sister’s cats, my Dad’s cat, and my Son’s cat who all have a continuous bowl of food sitting there, they are all skinny! What the heck?!!![/quote]

    Who is the one that creates your cats? :blink: And who is the one that see your weight in a certain way? :silly:

    September 1, 2011 at 7:52 am #1923
    Amanda Devine
    Keymaster

    [quote=”[email protected]” post=1367][quote=”[email protected]” post=1360]I hear what you are saying and I am at a similar point with my two cats. One is a male cat who is the love of my life. He is gaining weight (but is not obese) and is about 7 years old. The last cat I had lived for 20 years even with leukemia and was healthy. So, I know that Monte can be around for a long time yet. But, I have read and been told by vets that middle-aged male cats who are above optimum weight are at more risk for diabetes.

    I do not want to create that for Monte, that’s for sure. We control the feedings and, just as you do, we feed small amounts during the day. What thoughts to I need to have so I do not create diabetes for him? I know enough to think of him as healthy and vibrant, but the thought of diabetes keeps creeping into my thoughts now and then in spite of my positive thoughts.[/quote]

    Hmmm, that makes me wonder how you feel about yourself. What are your eating habits? Are you afraid that you might be gaining weight? :huh:

    You see, my dog goes nuts when a school bus drives by during our walk. He charges at them and barks like crazy… and I have always made the excuse that it’s because they are big, loud and very smelly. I’ve never liked the smell of Diesel… So, it’s really me who doesn’t like the school buses!! I have changed my thoughts about the busses… because I now realize that the busses and the cargo they carry are pure Love, and their exhaust smells like a bacon & egg breakfast. Guess what? It seems the bus routes got changed… They don’t pass us anymore in the morning. :cheer:

    I would like to share something else: Remember, a few weeks ago we were deciding to create that all animals cross the road safely? Well, I’ve been holiding that intent very strongly… I claim that all animals, reptiles, amphibiens, insects and birds cross the road safely, and I have not seen a dead animal since! None! Zero! Zilch!! I don’t even have bugs smasched all over the front of my hood and my windshield anymore. :woohoo:[/quote]

    Wow!!! :woohoo: What a brilliant comment and conclusion!!!

    So, now what is the answer to the cats? :silly: For all of you cat lovers. :cheer:

    September 1, 2011 at 7:54 am #1924
    Amanda Devine
    Keymaster

    [quote=”[email protected]” post=1371]Boy is Amanda gonna have fun with that post! ;)[/quote]

    I am having fun!!! 😆

    September 1, 2011 at 7:56 am #1925
    Amanda Devine
    Keymaster

    [quote=”[email protected]” post=1369]No, I am thin and my eating habits are light and fit.[/quote]

    There is definitely something in your thinking that is creating it. But, I would say, don’t dig into it. Instead, every time you see your cat, thank in your mind for his health. Say the same in front of the mirror. When you repeat it long enough, the bad thoughts will stop coming in. 😉

    September 1, 2011 at 12:14 pm #1935
    Laurie Thiboutot
    Participant

    My cats are in perfect health and perfect weight!

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