What Rattlesnake Said 4

One of the exercises in the latest Animal Communication class I just took (from Penelope Smith) was to communicate with an animal you’re afraid of.  I chose to communicate with the rattlesnake Lupe killed in the back yard.  Because telepathic communication occurs with the animal’s spirit, the animal doesn’t have to be alive.  Here are a few of the questions I asked, and what Rattlesnake said:

What do you have to teach me? “Be one with the earth.  My heart chakra is open and connected to the earth; even the vibrations of those above me are felt through the earth.  Remaining connected to the earth and all creatures who walk it is as natural as breathing.”

What do you like about being a rattlesnake? “I am both humble and powerful. I live in close connection with the earth’s energies. I carry the energy of Mother Earth.”

What gives you joy? “It gives me joy to help an animal transcend their physical body.  I experience their transformation with them.  I assist them with love and reverence for their life and spirit.”

What is your purpose in life?  “I help animals who are ready to transform into spirit.”

What do you dream of?  “I project the energy of Mother Earth into physical form and hold the energy for humankind to do the same.”

What can you tell me about your past? “I have lived near the swamp below your house.  I have watched you from a distance, keeping a respectful space so as not to cause you fear.”

What haven’t I understood about you?  “I have great love for all things.  I am not violent or cruel.  I strike quickly and accurately so those animals I help to transcend don’t suffer.  Their bodies as food are their gift back to me for my loving help with their transformation.”

Makes you think, doesn’t it?

4 thoughts on “What Rattlesnake Said

  • Andy McClure

    I like it! My wife and I have used animal communicators to help us with some of the not-quite-socially-acceptable behaviors our cats and dog exhibit from time to time, and Sandra has also taken some classes (from a woman named Cathy Currea who lives in Arizona) and has become somewhat adept at communicating with other beings in and around our home. She’s had results very similar to yours, and your article serves as an unsolicited affirmation that there is a lot more going on in this world than meets the eye!

    Keep up the Good Work, Babette! I like your clean, simple style of writing, too.

    • admin Post author

      Thanks, Andy! I plan to have a great time chatting with all the animals I share my life with. My time is limited, between farm chores and writing and gardening and housework and making a little art now and then. But I’ve made a commitment to communicate with one animal every day. It still takes a little concentration and a quiet mind on my part, so I have to consciously make time for it. I expect it will get easier and more natural the more I practice. I do get occasional flashes though, in the same way that I always have. For example, the other day, I was chastising our little Spitz, Jules, for chewing on another dog’s legs. She looked up at me, very surprised, and I heard this thought: “But that’s how I show my love!”

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      Free breakfast, huh? That’s awesome! I will definitely post more of my animal communication experiences whenever something cool comes up. Thanks for the thumbs-up!

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