Here is Sindi at the Blessing of the Animals event in Old Town San Diego’s Historical Park back in January. She did public demonstrations on stage offering psychic readings and animal communication sessions during the event.
During a reading and animal communication session I may be asked any number of questions. However, there are certain questions I am asked more often than others. Many people simply want to know if their companion animal is happy or not. Or if there is anything additional they can do or give that will help them to be more content.
In actuality, the number one gift we can give to our companion animals is ourselves. Included in that number one spot is our time and our own happiness. Just as we worry about them, they worry about us. The calmer we are, the calmer they are. The happier we are, the happier they are.
We can be so busy with work, human children, significant others and any number of responsibilities, hardships and triumphs that may come our way. Through it all, are our pets. We can often feel we are being pulled in multiple directions with little time to even breathe, let a lone spend quality time with our companion animals on a daily basis. However, I highly recommend it! Just as meditation can make you feel better, so can time spent with your pet or any animal that crosses your path.
Animals are in the present. Spending time with them can help us to be more in the present moment. When we are in the past, we can feel depressed, apathetic, low energy. When we are in the future, we can experience anxiety, fear, stress. In the present we can experience more calmness, contentment and patience.
Our point of power is now. In the present, we can experience and access our power. Power is energy and information. The more we are in the present, the more we can experience our unique energy and be more in touch with ourselves and our own information and truths.
Our pets are here for us 24/7. Not only is receiving their love and appreciation enjoyable, but spending time with them, helps us feel better simply by helping us to be more in the present moment. It has even been scientifically proven that spending time with animals helps lower blood pressure, as well as having other measurable health benefits. Again… just like meditation!
So… give yourself permission to take more breaks with your companion animals. They will love it, and so will you. You both deserve the gift of your time.
If you would like information on how to enhance your relationship with your companion animals, contact Sindi at 619-797-0705 and firstname.lastname@example.org. If you would like to learn additional tools to help you be more in the present, contact Sindi about upcoming meditation classes and workshops.