Re: Nobody Perfect?
- --- In EckankarSurvivorsAnonymous@yahoogroups.com, "makiztor"
> There are some animals that still have more of a third eye
> remaining, than do humans. Also, animals can sense by instinctwhen a
> person is angry, when a person is hurt, and even when a person isinstinct
> ill. They don't have to "think" about it. Some animals have more
> acute senses of sight and hearing. In some respects animal
> is far superior to human instinct because an animal doesn't havesuch
> an extensive rational mind that can explain away anotherindividual's
> pain.*** I have to agree with Etznab's observation. And to share
something that recently happened to me. Thursday night, early
Friday morning I woke from a sound sleep very ill. So ill that I
felt like I had passed out. My beloved cat TinkerBelle (Tink) knew
instantly something was wrong with me. I was on my hands and knees
on the floor, and she got under me to nudge my face with hers. I
knew she was trying to get my attention, but I couldn't get up. So,
she jumped up on our bed and woke up my husband. He knew she was
upset, and discovered me on the floor. I ended up going by ambulance
to the ER with an allergic reaction to new meds my doctor put me on.
I have heard people say cats have a brain the size of a pea...
whether this is true or not I wouldn't know. Tink is a very
loving, intellegent being, as far as I'm concerned. Right about now
I guess I could also call her my Angel.
I also have one other cat and two Westie puppies, all of which I
would say have unique personalities. All equally having acute
senses, and very intellegent. Sometimes it is as if I can understand
their thoughts (if they have them) and they mine. I have never had a
bond such as I do with my loving animals. I would rather spend time
with them any day, than with some humans! ;-)
PS/ Etznab I once knew an Eckists that said he would never let any
Mahanta or Master stand in the way of him reaching God Realization.
I thought that was an interesting comment. :-)