Would you believe that I communicated with our three cats (two alive, one dead) telepathically through an intermediary? Some people, and a few family members are among them, will say that this is a bunch of hogwash. But I live my life on the spiritual side (with a good dose of critical-analytical thinking!) and I am always looking for deeper ways to understand and connect with the world. So I am open to something like this and don't dismiss it simply because it goes beyond the present scientific-material paradigm. Among other questions we had been curious about the premature (in our view) death of our beloved first cat Snowball and the jumpiness of our third cat Peter Pepper. I had recently read that it is possibly to communicate with animals telepathically (see my earlier blog post on this). So when a friend told me about someone right in town (though distance is irrelevant) who has this ability (take a look at her website) I jumped at the opportunity.
I was amazed how much these animals understand (be careful how you treat them and what you say in front of them!) and at the depth of their spirituality. Snowball responded to our question about his early death at age five that a life ought not to be judged by how short or long it was but by what was accomplished, and that it was an immense privilege for him to have opened the whole family's awareness to the animal kingdom, and that his five years with us were very meaningful for him.
Peter Pepper, another little sage, communicated that he was aware of his eye condition, which I had asked about, that he resonates with the sound of Tibetan prayer bowls (boy where did that come from?) and that that would help him heal his condition. This was quite coincidental as I had become aware of a Tibetan prayer bowl iPhone meditation app just a week or so earlier. Hmmm...
Make of it what you wish, but the answers of our three cats had enormous meaning for us.