Communication Between Species
Sounds strange to talk to animals, vegetation, insects? Not really. Our thoughts are electronic impulses like radio waves. Our brains translate those radio waves for communication. Think of all the "unspoken" things that people have thought about you and how you "heard" them loud and clear without a spoken word. It is the same with communication between species...you just have to be open to the conversation and expect silent words, thought forms, pictures, and be willing to be quiet enough to listen to them with your mind. When you respond or initiate the communication, you do it the same way, not in physical words...you project a thought form or picture mentally. Here's a brief example of the practicality of developing this sort of communication:
Years ago I lived in a townhouse in a large city. The inevitable happened, and ants streamed into my kitchen marching for the counter. I got out the Raid and sprayed the sill of the patio door they were coming through. Next day they were back...they had crawled up to the downstairs bathroom window...marched through the laundry room back to the counter...once again I got the Raid, went outside on the patio and sprayed the bathroom window. Third day...they're back! This time they had marched up two stories to go in through the upstairs bathroom window, march down the stairs, and proceed through the living room back to the kitchen counter. This was a dedicated colony of ants.
I was stumped...I couldn't keep doing this...there had to be a better way. After pondering it for awhile, I decided to see if I couldn't communicate with the little buggers...seemed a better solution than poison and endless massacre. So I remembered from elementary-school science that every ant works for the queen ant in a colony. I visualized this queen ant in my mind and said to her mentally..."OK, why is your colony so intent on my kitchen?" I got the distinct impression that the colony was starving. So I projected a picture of the townhouse garbage dumpster that all units shared...I also through mental pictures, tried to direct the ants how to go around my townhouse and down the driveway to get there. I sent loving thoughts and tried to communicate with the queen ant that there was lots of food there and no pesticides to kill her family.
All in my mind, you say? Imagination? The next day the ants were marching around my townhouse complex and feasting on the garbage bin. I never had to use Raid again.
I now live in the forest; there are lots of ants, spiders, raccoons, rats, squirrels, etc. Visitors have been fascinated to watch the ants literally go around the front door frame and never cross the threshold. Spiders go back outside when I tell them too. One of the funnier situations was when my family freaked because of a colony of large wood rats in the garage and threatened Dicon. Again, I got quiet, and mentally tried to visualize a wood rat. Suddenly in my mind appeared this large female wood rat and I knew she was the matriarch of this family. I mentally explained the situation and she expressed the need for housing for her growing family. We had an old chicken coop on the property, unused but solid and safe and distant from casual family traffic. So I projected the picture of it and how to get there. Next day they had all moved into the chicken coop. And the raccoons? Nope, they don't get into the garbage, either.
So try communicating with other living things instead of destroying them. All things wish to live and grow, and it is amazing when we work together...even between species...how solutions can be found and OUR world can be a better place.
Rev. Kythera Ann
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