#24 Aligning with The Universe Listen here
In a recent animal communication session, I tuned in to Pippa, a dog.
I am asking her right now how I might introduce her to you, the listener, and she says, how about, “a white dog with black spots who once had a muscular body.”
You got it, Pippa. There you have it, dear listener
“A white dog with black spots who once had a muscular body.”
Pippa’s person, Renee, had booked the session to check in with her furry menagerie before heading out of town for five days.
A few minutes before our call, I pictured the furry family, and Pippa popped to the forefront, wanting to engage with me. Sometimes, the moment I organize my thoughts about my schedule and who I will be speaking with next, an animal might jump already in, wanting to share something.
As Pippa reached out to me, I immediately thought of their house sitter, Mike. I sensed that something was up with the house sitter. Pippa confirmed, “Someone else might be coming instead of Mike.’
When I got on the phone with Renee, I relayed the information. Low and behold, Mike had COVID, and he was one day short of getting out of quarantine. Therefore, for one day, someone else would have to come and pet sit.
Renee explained that Pippa must have listened in on the conversation she had with her mom and sister about the situation and therefore received the news that way.
Pippa jumped in and said, “Yes, that's one way of getting information in the 3- D world. But there is another way of getting information.’
Pippa continued, “We think of information as being given or receiving it. In reality, there is no separation between giving and receiving. Information simply is. It is always available.”
I sensed that the information Pippa referred to was Universal knowledge, sometimes called Akashik records or the library in the sky. I saw a visual of us humans being surrounded and part of all the wisdom in the world. I felt small, surrounded by all that wisdom.
Pippa understood and explained to us that the challenge for us humans and animal beings is that there's only so much information we can hold in the vessel that is our embodiment.
According to animals, animals and humans are Consciousness that manifests or embodies in a physical structure with a mind.
As physical beings with a mind, we are given a chance to process things through our senses and our mind.
Pippa continued to explain the body can only take in so much energy before it gets overwhelmed, and immediately I imagined myself standing in a large city, with lots of car noise, a carnival in front of me, loud music, lights, and too many people. My solar plexus contracted.
Pippa continued that the mind can also only process so much information before it gets overwhelmed. She showed me, people in offices being pulled left and right by tasks, calendars, meetings, and phone calls, trying to keep track of everything. My head was ready to explode just thinking about it.
“Therefore,” Pippa said, “to receive the information or knowledge appropriately, we receive it when the time is right. The body as a vessel is limited to processing all universal knowledge at once; hence it is shared when appropriate.”
She followed it up with, “ I knew about Mike because I was moving into the time slot that aligned with the information that he was not coming for all of the five days.”
Renee and I had to stop here for a moment and take this all in.
That was mind-blowing. Her dog had explained to us how there is universal information, available to us at every given moment, aligned with our life.
No wonder we can only take these ideas in one at a time. We realized
There was so much to process.
And the burning question was: how would we be able to receive it …? And I hardly want to use the word receive because Pippa had said it’s not about receiving but more about allowing it to inform us.
I actually looked it up. The word receive means something is given to me. Pippa explained there is no giving. We are already in it and part of it.
Well, Pippa had more to share, so buckle your seatbelt.
Next, she explained in more detail how the timeline works.
Pippa explained that events always happen transitionally. Nothing happens abruptly.
She explained that each event or situation has its own vibration. The vibration of particular situations, let's say Renee’s trip or Mike's arrival, fluidly mingles with other vibrations of other things that are happening at the same time as well.
We, the humans, might think chronologically. But, energetically, vibrations mingle - or we could say collaborate - which creates a fluidity that becomes your day-to-day life.
She continued, "In the 3-D world, you move physically from one event to the next.
But, in your mind, you have been mingling with the event for a while, planning all the pieces necessary to make the event happen. You’re already tuning in to the vibration of the event.
As the event gets closer, you're mingling more and more with the energy until the event happens, at which point you're immersed in it. Then after the event, you have some lingering thoughts and feelings that allow the vibration to ebb out while a new, a future event probably already has your mind and body engaged as well."
Pippa continued, that humans do this consciously because we can think back into the past and ahead into the future.
For animals, because they don’t think about the event but are fully part of it, the vibration, the experience, is a sensation that vibrates through the body.
The way Pippa showed me the feeling was a slow build-up to an apex and then a slow ebbing away. After that, the event is over and can only be brought back into the animal's mind when a similar event triggers the memory. For example, Renee thinks about another trip and calls Mike, and the circle begins again.
After that last bit of information, Pippa got quiet. And so were Renee and I for a moment.
That was a lot to take in.
To summarize it:
First off, Pippa had already tuned into the vibration of Mike coming and noticed there was a disturbance in that flow.
Secondly, there is a timeline we travel on … and we are connected with and part of Universal Knowledge. When we are present, we receive, or obtain, knowledge that pertains to our life.
Thirdly, we already mingle with the vibration of upcoming events while still lingering in the ebbing of former events.
What is the moral of the story? I ask Pippa right now.
Curious minds like mine want to know how I can bring this wisdom into my life.
Pippa says, “Trust. Trust that you are at the right time in the right place. Trust that you have all the information needed available to you at any given point. Bring yourself into your body and allow your senses to help you navigate the moment. The answer is right here. You’re in it you are of it.”
I thank you, Pippa!
If you feel compelled to share Pippa’s message, please send this podcast to those who are open and curious to explore the wisdom animals have to share.
If you need to read this episode to allow it to move through you, go to the show notes on my blog called stories at mindful-connections.com
There you will also find some resources about
Universal Knowledge and The Akashik Records https://www.edgarcayce.org/
Embodied Conciousness as explained by animals to Nicole