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From: SValkyre... Date: Wed Oct 9, 2002 3:47 am Subject: Re: Trusting what you are seeing svalkyre Offline Offline Send Email Send Email Invite to Yahoo! 360 Invite to Yahoo! 360 Namaste, Good morning to all, I have learned that just "calling it as you see it" is a great way to learn. I have done a lot of work with animals, specifically Arabian and other highly evolved horses, and have found that going with what I pick up from them (however off the wall or bizarre) can create such "coincidences" that I Know we are communicating on some level. I worked on a horse farm for a while. A horse that had been born while I was there was very close to me -- his mother was old and ill when she had him and then he got sick, etc. etc. When he was about 2 years old, he got loose from his stall late at night. I came home around midnight and heard the owner out behind the runs and went to see if I could help. It is very dark out there anywhere away from the lighted barn and I couldn't see her, but she told me Aldeberon was loose and she was afraid he would hurt himself. She had closed him into a T of aisles behind the barn and had been trying to catch him for 30 minutes. I went to his stall, got his halter and lead (we hardly ever used it, but he knew the drill) and walked through the gate into the T. I called his name with the special call I had used his whole life and held out the halter. He came dashing out of the dark and stuck his head in the halter. I fastened it and petted him, then led him to his stall. The owner, an incredible trainer and rider, came out of the T and stood by the stall, staring at me. Then she said, "well, that's one way to do it." We laughed while I rubbed him down and told him how good he was, but we knew it was a special moment for all of us! Cool weather, little fluffy kitten named Izzy with his adopted sister, Sandi Phoenix running through the house, morning is here, off I go! Deni Silver Valkyre May we all have light sufficient for our path, and may some light the path for others. Reply | Forward


From: "Nita...ulse.com" Date: Wed Oct 9, 2002 12:35 pm Subject: Re: Trusting what you are seeing nitahickok Offline Offline Send Email Send Email Invite to Yahoo! 360 Invite to Yahoo! 360 Hi Fortune You are right in that you have to trust all the input. It might not apply to what was being asked but as long as you help the person that is what is important. I have had some things happen where I get really strange input at times. It happens for a purpose and always comes in useful sooner or later. Nita Whenever you hear that someone else has been successful, rejoice. Always practice rejoicing for others-whether they are your friend or enemy. If you cannot practice rejoicing, no matter how long you live, you will not be happy. Lama Zopa Rinpoche, "Transforming Problems into Happiness".

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