When it serves all, it serves all. When it doesn’t, it doesn’t. Talking about intentions here. And discernment. Please allow me to show you.
Today I received an email from “The Intenders of the Highest Good”
A Vision for the Animals
We’ve received many emails requesting that we address a Vision for the Animals soon. To this we say, “Gladly!”
We see a world where all animals – large and small, courageous and timid, wild and domesticated, strong and weak – are treated as we ourselves would want to be treated; where all killing of animals, for any reason, has stopped, and as a result, a newfound connection between animals and humans has been forged.
We see all those who fly, swim, walk, and crawl upon the Earth now being loved so much that a new line of communication has opened which allows all humans to interact telepathically with the animals. Accordingly, and because of this new communication, we humans are now being taught by the animals how to look at life with new eyes.
Finally, we see a change occurring in the animals whereby they no longer feed upon one another, where the lion literally lies down with the lamb, and the carnivores have evolved to where their bodies are able to survive and thrive by eating plants only.
Can you imagine this? If you can imagine it, you can create it – a world completely restructured whereby the old reciprocal feeding process that existed for eons upon the Earth has come and gone; and where there is such an abundance of fruits, herbs, and plant sources that all of us – people and animals alike – are full of belly and free to walk openly anywhere, anytime, knowing that we are safe and able to pursue our lives without interruptions or interference from others. It is possible!
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Using discernment, it did not resonate as a vision in harmony with free will with particularly the animal realm. So I replied, sharing the following:
Dear fellow “Intenders”,
As someone who can connect telepathically with animals I am not feeling complete alignment with these principals from the animal kingdom as of yet. Many animals as you may know are carnivorous, and/or omnivorous by nature. Some animals are hunters, and some are hunted. Certainly I would love to envision the killing of animals for food to happen in the way nature intended, which animals and indigenous tribal cultures have long practiced, with reverence, gratitude and love for the animal that gives up its life in surrender to its divine purpose to help sustain another, and the cycle of life it has agreed to participate in.
Indeed it is possible, and already happening in domestic situations, that animals that would normally prey on certain animals can be on friendly terms with each other, living together and have loving relationships. At the same time, let’s remember that free will is something to respect, also in the animal realm. To overwrite it by idealism from a human perspective is not something that serves all, and from an animal’s perspective not necessarily humane.
In Love & service,