Dog Whisperer Wisdom for Manifesters
Anyone seen Dog Whisperer in action? We manifesters have lots in common with him, if you haven’t noticed. Many of us could pick up good tips from his work!
The other night I watched an episode where a fireman had given up his aggressive Rottweiler, Churchill, because the dog was “beyond help.” The Rottie’s issue was dog aggression, and the owner said he’d been to enough trainers & schools and had read up enough to know his dog wasn’t going to change.
Not even for the Dog Whisperer.
Cesar was polite in explaining the problem isn’t in Churchill, but rather in the energy the owners flow. ?! Many folks might think that’s crazy, but you deliberate creators understand what’s in play, right?
To prove his point Cesar worked with the “beyond help” Rottie himself. Within minutes, Churchill seemingly underwent a complete transformation as he sat quietly while other dogs came and went. The fireman and his wife thought it was miraculous.
But it’s not miraculous.
It’s just energy management.
Cesar flows calm assertive energy and holds different expectations of the dog (than the owners do). The wife admitted when she’s constantly on the lookout for potential trouble, and imagining – or recalling – dangerous scenes unfolding.
Cesar tells her those thoughts and expectations are energy projected on her dog, which elicits that behavior from Churchill.
He teaches the couple how to shift their energy and project new vibrations to Churchill. By the end of the session they, too, can walk their previously “dog aggressive” Rottie side by side with other neighborhood dogs.
Which is what we’re doing, too! Without the dog, I mean, but we’re up to the same “miracle making” work: shifting our energy in order to manifest new results.
Cesar said something once that still helps my vibrational alignment: “Pack leaders don’t struggle.”
Pack leaders don’t get mad or angry or too tired. (Because that state is out of balance, and another dog will step into the pack leader role if/when I get misaligned.)
My desire to be pack leader along with this wisdom from Cesar helps me stay connected to a good vibe. Because pack leaders don’t struggle, I remember. They don’t run out of time, they don’t worry about what might go wrong, they don’t stress out.
They are calm, strong and well balanced. “There’s plenty of time,” “all is well,” and “I can handle this.”
With that shifted energy, I’m better lined up with what I’ve been wanting (aka my vibrational escrow).
So I don’t know if Cesar realizes it, but he’s teaching energy management skills that can help people become successful manifesters, not just better dog owners.
Some clients tell me their cats are easy mirrors to identify their mood/energy, since the client might not realize they’re tense or excited until their cat reflects it to them. There are also coaches who help transform people’s lives by getting them in the arena to interact with horses.
What do you think? Has your involvement with animals helped you become more sensitive to the energy you flow? Would love to hear your thoughts and experiences!