"Each of us, individually and collectively, are responsible for our thoughts, words,and actions as these are energy which creates reality at any given moment. I want to share my insights into how important it is at this period of time for humanity to mature emotionally, evolve consciously and embrace the divine spark of light and love that exists and can be manifested in each of us." Leslie Beil

Monday, April 2, 2012


All living things are precious to me but I’m particularly passionate about animals. And to my pleasant surprise I’ve discovered over the years that I can communicate with them not only verbally but telepathically as well.

Turtles, lizards, insects, deer, squirrels, and birds, it doesn’t matter, I commune with all and they with me.  I’ve had lengthy conversations with squirrels and was kept silently accompanied by a Great Blue Heron, mere feet away.  After hearing some Bald Eagles in the distance, I telepathically asked, humbly, for a closer look. Suddenly, out of a thicket of tree’s, one flew in my direction, circled me three times, then returned to its roost, my heart soaring along with him.   

The feelings I get when a wild creature trusts me enough to come within inches of me without fear are absolutely awesome! I then take those loving energies and share with others that cross my life path. But there is nothing special about me for this to occur - with practice all members of The Tribe can do the same.

When a creature catches my interest I immediately focus on thoughts and emotions of love and appreciation for their presence.  As a sign of respect I also occasionally will bow, giving them thanks for sharing their space and energies with me. Over time these energies get imprinted on a cellular level with both the animals and surrounding area. It’s called Sacred Spaces, something that all of us can create individually and collectively.

The best places to learn this skill set are local parks and zoos.  The reason being is that they are filled with the most powerful energy there is, that of courting couples, families, and the laughter of children  -LOVE! Over time, as we share our energies, birds take their naps by our feet or land on nearby branches, just inches away from us. Turtles swim across ponds in mass to greet us, necks craned to say “Where you been?”  
So the next time you’re out and about, take a walk on the wild side and say Hello!  You just might be amazed by the response.

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