Ask Anna… about Sloths?!

“Ok so my question would be how does the ‘sloth’ know when he will be better?  Humans can’t even judge that like, ‘oh I will be recovered fully in a year ???’ So do animals have that ability to self-analyze or is there denial involved (wishful thinking) that he wants to believe he will get better? But it was really impressive to say the least. Thanks”
~David Trueslayor
 
Anna’s Response:
“Through the decades of talking with animals, there have been many times when I ask myself this same question.  It’s the inquisitive mind that allows us to explore beyond the norm and to realize there is so much we have yet to discover.  It never ceases to amaze me what the animals pick up from our conversations, our intentions, and even our minds. There are things they know about us that we don’t always realize about ourselves.  I believe that some animals are able to tell when and how their bodies are healing.  They can sense their well-being and even recite aspects of conversations they have overheard from the veterinarians.  There will be times when they are able to stay out of their own way and connect with a higher power, maybe their higher self or spiritual side.  It’s refreshing to know they feel, watch, even monitor their healing and can tell us things about their well-being to confirm scientific studies and results.  Often it’s much like us, through a conversation we can support the professional field to piece together symptoms and signs and I do believe that is much of what occurs as a whole..while the exceptions keep us exploring different answers.”
For details on how you can join us for the Animal Communication Live Mentorship program in 2020, email Lacey@reachouttohorses.com.

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