Cats, cats, and more cats

  • November 5, 2011 at 9:32 am #2598
    Amanda Devine
    Keymaster

    [quote=”[email protected]” post=2046][quote=”[email protected]” post=2022]You know those cats I was talking about with apparently no shelter or food? I visualized them being okay, but two days ago I found one of the adults dead, hit by a car, lying in the road. Apparently, the house that they were lying in front of under the truck was moved out of and they were most likely moving on to find food and trying to cross a busy road. I still don’t see how that is a good life for those cats and I don’t see how they will be okay when I find one dead. How can I help but feel empathy for them? It literally almost physically hurts me to see animals in this type of a situation, especially when nothing can be done for them and Animal Control will do nothing, nor can they be caught. I would like to free myself from this mental suffering for their welfare, but I still don’t know how, especially when I see such horror in the streets. :ohmy:[/quote]

    I live in perfect Harmony with Nature. :cheer:
    All animals, reptiles, amphibiens, insects and birds always cross the road safely. :cheer:

    Those are my affirmations and they work!! I don’t see any dead animals on the road anymore. It’s amazing! You see, it’s all up to the individual… how you think and “feel” about it. Try it! :woohoo:[/quote]

    Brilliant advice!!! :woohoo:

    November 5, 2011 at 10:56 am #2600
    Jeremy Krenzelak
    Keymaster

    The thing is, I was repeating that affirmation over and over again….for weeks on end. That’s why I wrote about what happened to the cat because it was not in line with my affirmation.

    November 6, 2011 at 1:24 am #2603
    Christine Schumann
    Participant

    [quote=”[email protected]” post=2058]The thing is, I was repeating that affirmation over and over again….for weeks on end. That’s why I wrote about what happened to the cat because it was not in line with my affirmation.[/quote]

    Why do you think is that? Is it possible that deep down inside you may not feel that it’s true? :S

    November 6, 2011 at 3:22 am #2609
    Jeremy Krenzelak
    Keymaster

    [quote=”[email protected]” post=2061][quote=”[email protected]” post=2058]The thing is, I was repeating that affirmation over and over again….for weeks on end. That’s why I wrote about what happened to the cat because it was not in line with my affirmation.[/quote]

    Why do you think is that? Is it possible that deep down inside you may not feel that it’s true? :S[/quote]

    Possibly, yes, because deep down I think I was still worried about them and how unfair it was. That might be the reason. In the case of manifesting money, I can truly feel it and believe it, but in the case of homeless cats I cannot truly feel that they are safe. It looks like the person living at the house that was feeding them sometimes moved out, and I think the one cat starting roaming and looking for food and was thus run over. I still cannot let go of the negative feelings that I have for irresponsible people who don’t take care of their cats.

    How do I go about truly believing that the cats that are strays and homelss will be okay?

    November 6, 2011 at 5:50 pm #2615
    Amanda Devine
    Keymaster

    [quote=”[email protected]” post=2067][quote=”[email protected]” post=2061][quote=”[email protected]” post=2058]The thing is, I was repeating that affirmation over and over again….for weeks on end. That’s why I wrote about what happened to the cat because it was not in line with my affirmation.[/quote]

    Why do you think is that? Is it possible that deep down inside you may not feel that it’s true? :S[/quote]

    Possibly, yes, because deep down I think I was still worried about them and how unfair it was. That might be the reason. In the case of manifesting money, I can truly feel it and believe it, but in the case of homeless cats I cannot truly feel that they are safe. It looks like the person living at the house that was feeding them sometimes moved out, and I think the one cat starting roaming and looking for food and was thus run over. I still cannot let go of the negative feelings that I have for irresponsible people who don’t take care of their cats.

    How do I go about truly believing that the cats that are strays and homelss will be okay?[/quote]

    The first thing that we need to do it stop feeling sorry for them. When we feel sorry for anyone or any animal we create more of victims. That is how the law works. Every time I felt sorry for an aminal I stopped myself instantly as I knew that my feelings were creating more of the same situation. Another thing, we need to let go of the feeling that we have for people who commit those acts. I will telll you how I do that. Once, I turn on my TV to watch something when the first thing I have heard was a very detailed horrible thing that a man did to two puppies. That was the last thing that I wanted to hear and I could feel for those puppies. I realized that this feeling was creating more of the puppy victims, but the description was so vivid in my mind. This is what I did. I closed my eyes, and saw in my mind the person who commited the act to come to those puppies. He was crying. He felt so bad about it. He felt so much love for those puppies and he touched them. When he touched them feeling the love, the incredible love for them, they came back to life. He was so happy and they licked him. He hugged them and told them that he will never ever do such a thing. I stayed with that thought in my mind and I felt incredible love for him. It made me feel so good. The only image that I had in my mind was him loving those little puppies. I opened my eyes and felt incredible. I do that every time when I hear the smallest thing done by someone. Try it. 😉

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