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How Do Animal Signs Differ From The Regular News?

The biggest difference is that animals read subtle energy shifts. When we read energy, we access the news from multiple dimensions.

Here are some other perceptual differences between animals signs and news reporting:

• Reads energy, like a weather gage — not gathering facts.
• Observes subtle shifts (connected events) — the news takes snapshots (isolated events).
• Ambassadors of Mother Earth — the news represents corporate entities.
• Serves as a mirror — reflects rather than reports.
• Vocalizes through behavior, not words; shows, doesn’t tell.
* Reveals the truth — whereas the news frames and sometimes limits the truth.
• Reads the allegorical, the symbolic, to find meaning — the news overlooks meaning.

Photo:  riktorsashen, deviantart.com

Photo: riktorsashen, deviantart.com

Four levels of events

“Four Levels of Events:

Information: facts and data, our usual human response;
Symbology: what the symbols of names, places, and events tell us, the inner forces;
Meaning: what events mean to us when viewed with a compassionate heart, spiritual lessons;
Significance: how events fulfill Divine Evolutionary Will, planetary purpose.”

~ Corinne McLaughlin & Gordon Davidson

red-haired woman overlooking city

Image Credit: GalahadduLac, deviantart.com.

An Introduction to Tracking Signs and Symbols: Part 2

/ Photo by bfick /

Tracking is like hunting, except instead of an animal, we are hunting guidance and wisdom. When a hunter tracks a deer, he observes its movements in order to capture and kill the deer. When we track a sign – a deer showing up unexpectedly in our backyard – we move into a deeper relationship with the deer. We recognize that the deer brought us a gift — a message. Tracking asks us to merge with the natural world, and to listen with all of our senses.

Tracking requires a stillness of mind and a willingness to enter dreamtime, a more fluid perceptual state. In dreamtime, we see beyond the material world to experience the energy of a thing; we are aware that material objects exude energy, character, and personality. This task is easier in the natural world. We recognize a happy river by its clear bubbly waters. We feel good in its presence.

In urban settings, our senses are overloaded with stimuli to the extent that our senses are dulled, numbed, and imprecise. We have trouble making energetic distinctions. With practice, we can retrain our senses to feel again. When we are in material-world sensory mode, we will see five different chairs with various colors and shapes in a room as interesting, but we may not be able to discern anything unusual between them. In dreamtime, we are able to discern each chair’s history and personality. Is it a happy chair, depressed chair, or agitated chair? Your senses will tell the difference. Read more