Your Dog Can Teach You How To Meditate

Nothing raises our frequency like a pet. They love us unconditionally and don’t argue with us. If you’re working from home like me, taking advantage of having a short break with your furry friend is a must do. Animals have a calmness about them. They don’t worry about today, tomorrow, or yesterday.

Each morning, I enjoy observing my lab while having coffee. The ritual is the same every day. After she’s gone outside, she chills with me before everyone wakes up. I open up the vertical blinds to reveal the beauty of nature through the sliding glass doors. I sit in my comfy chair, sipping my coffee. The lab assumes her spot at the sliding glass doors and is very still and watchful.

I call this, “doggy meditation.” Unless she sees a deer or chipmunk, she is completely motionless…a quiet observer. I try to mimic her consciousness which resides in “present moment awareness;” fully attentive and acutely focused. Sometimes she’ll drop to lay down and close her eyes. Then, I copy her and close my eyes. I can hear her breathing deeply and steadily. I become mindful of my own breathing.

We can learn powerful lessons from our pets. They’re beautiful little beings through and through. Stroking their heads and bodies brings us comfort and a sense of peace. If you’re lucky enough to have a “snuggler,” you can enjoy all the warmth and good vibes your critter transmits to you. Don’t forget to return the love! 💚🐾

Published by Frequency Facilitator

Hi, I'm Nettie Vaughan. I work in a large school district as an Inclusion Facilitator. I've been in the field of special education for over 19 years. It is my newest endeavor to bring my skill set to you from a more spiritual perspective as a Frequency Facilitator. On my website, blog, Facebook page, Instagram page, and Youtube channel, it's my hope that I can point you in the right direction to organize your life, create fun habits and raise your vibrational frequency.

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