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Posted on October 8, 2018 at 4:26 PM Comments comments ()
 My Thoughts.

I heard  tragic news of a teenage girl committing suicide at my daughter’s high school. It was the saddest news ever. I felt really bad for the family and for the girl as I recognized that it was one great loss for the family, parents, and friends. A couple days later, I heard from a friend that there was another incident at her daughter’s school as well. After reading this, I went on the internet and found out that teen suicides happen very frequently and all over the world. This was tragic news. It made me really sad to think about how these kids know so little about life at this age and that they are really just beginning their lives in their teenage years. They are essentially just dipping their toes into life’s lake of innumerable possibilities- which is so precious. So why do make such a hard decision so easily? Are they even aware of their own emotions that they live in? Do they know that they can ask for help if they need it and that it is OK to not be OK? Do they anticipate the consequences they will imprint on those who have to live their lives without them? There are so many questions that I can think of. I am not blaming anyone here. I understand that sometimes, things are hard. I myself have two teenage girls and I think that’s why it hurts the most. I can almost feel the pain that the parents must be going through right now. It’s very hard to lose someone who is so precious in our hearts.

As I started thinking about all these stories I heard, I thought there had to be a solution since this is a worldwide problem. Why is this happening? From my point of view as a parent, I think that we need to stop for minute and think as that same teenager that we once were. How hard was the pressure we were under? What did we go through? Yes, you may say that we did not have any gadgets at our time, didn’t have internet etc. and yes you are right. But although we didn’t have them thirty or forty years ago, we did have something else at that time-bullies. Maybe other kinds of pressure did exist back then too, bullying was definitely there as well. I remember I was a victim of that. I did not know how to survive. I distinctly remember that it was very hard to even go to school at times. Back then, my parents were not that open for me to be able to go talk to them about it. I mean, I used to be scared of my parents. And while I had siblings, they were all older than I was. My oldest sister was 18 years older than I was. Being the youngest of four siblings… I was always the odd and lonely child. I didn’t know who to turned to, but luckily I had my pets who I used to confide in. They may not have told me how to protect myself from the bullies, but it was enough support for me as teenage girl. I would talk to them everyday. I would tell my story about what happened and my poor pets will listen to me. As I got older, I learned how to take care of myself. But I tell you- it was very hard. Then, I came here to the US. I was still a teenager at this time, but I survived. I learned about how to come out of a “shell”. I gained the confidence that was hiding somewhere inside me because it never got the chance to come out. So I got into college, finished college, got married, and then had kids.
When I had kids, I vowed to myself that I would protect my kids from any and all harm that may come their way as well as I could. I didn’t know what that meant, but at first glance of both my children when they were born as fragile, little bundles of joy,  I knew that I was going to be there at every step of their lives as long as they needed me. I am not saying that I did something extraordinary, but I wanted to be there for my kids anytime they needed me. That was my promise to them, and to myself. It was my responsibility to take care of them. I know that every parent wants to do their best for their kids. Sometimes, I think we forget that they really need our help because we get so busy in our personal lives. We get winded up in our own lives and lose track of our kids lives. But in the end, we are the parents and we need to be there for them.


We, as parents, need to communicate with our kids on every possible level. If we can’t, then there are so many other ways to go and ask for help. As parents, I believe that there are three C’s that need to be met to strengthen the relationship between ourselves and our children. This will also help ourselves and our children as well.
The three C’s- communication, commitment, and compromise. These are the three things that I do  with my kids. I am not saying that I am the mom who knows everything or that I never had problems with my kids growing up. All I am saying is that I have learned from my past experiences that these three central ideas are imperative. If you ask my kids, they’ll give you a list of where I went wrong in the past, but that’s ok. I am also learning, just as they are learning their lessons as well.  But whatever problems we did have, we learned to talk about them and try to solve them by communicating with each other. We are also committed to each other in life. If any issue arises,we all talk about it openly with each other- myself, my daughters, and my husband. While sometimes things may became too much to deal with, at the end of the day, we all know that someone has to compromise sometime. After all, there is a solution to every problem, whether favorable or not.

Nowadays, kids have take on much pressure from studies, schools, and even from peers. High schoolers deal with the pressure of choosing which colleges to apply to. What if they don’t get into the college of their choice? What if they don’t get a spot at the college their parents want them to attend? What is going to happen to them as they get older? How will they survive?
Technology is great and can be a gift, but it can also be a curse.  Kids have access to anything and everything so easily nowadays- way easier than any of us did back then. I know that technology is growing but at the same time, it’s replacing a large portion of our lives— communication. Today, if you go to a restaurant, you will see that no one talks to each other. Kids are on their phones on one side of the booth while the parents are on theirs on the other side. Some places even have a tablet to order with now so you don’t even really need a waiter! So...what happened to regular, old-fashioned but necessary talking?


Another problem are the expectations we place on our children. Many parents want their kids to go to Ivy League schools. They push their children to take AP classes without asking or considering for their child’s input or capacity of learning at a particular age. While I understand that this is only because we want the best for our children, we need to recognize how it affects our children. So what if your kids don’t go to Ivy League schools? Ivy League schools do not entail that other colleges are bad at all. It’s just a prestige that Ivy Leagues are associated with. But has anyone actually taken the time to talk to their child about their preferences?

If your kids want to become doctors, engineers, or lawyers, they can go any other colleges they want. In the end, it will give them the same education and at the end of their graduation, they will have the same degree. So then as parent, why do we put so much pressure on our children without anticipating its repercussions? These kids are still kids even though they are in high school. They are growing and learning and still need our support, guidance, and love. That’s what they need. These kids want someone who can listen to their concerns, problems, and worries. So please give them your best ear to listen to.  Give them attention when they need it and don’t just ignore their cry for help by saying they are old enough to deal with issues because guess what..they can’t deal with it and this is where our job as parents comes in. Please listen to them and help them grow into wonderful adults who make you proud of their achievements no matter the situation.

Kids need our support. They don’t know any better than us. But since we are older and little wiser, we can show them a way. If not, we should at least point them in a right direction where they can get help. Nobody is perfect, but if we come together we can make a breathable, livable, and positive environment for our children. Both kids and parents can seek help in any situation that arises… all you have to do is put in that extra effort to get that help and apply it. Don’t think of what the other person will think about it. Guess what? The others probably have their own problems to deal with as well. But who cares? We are living in this world-where if we don’t take care of ourselves, our kids, and our family… then nobody will.

Again, I am not preaching anything here. The thought just came to me and I felt enabled to write my thoughts down and so I did. If I offended or hurt anyone, please remember that it is not my intention at all here. As a healer and a spiritual counselor, I am just putting the facts out there so that someone will read this and my words can reach others.




My Message :

Life is short, so live life like every second is the last and don’t waste it. You shouldn’t have to live with any regrets. God has given us the present of life, so cherish it. Believe in yourself. You can achieve anything you want in your life as long as you have faith. So just live life and enjoy it.

My thoughts

Posted on October 6, 2018 at 6:36 PM Comments comments ()
My Thoughts.

I heard  tragic news of a teenage girl committing suicide at my daughter’s high school. It was the saddest news ever. I felt really bad for the family and for the girl as I recognized that it was one great loss for the family, parents, and friends. A couple days later, I heard from a friend that there was another incident at her daughter’s school as well. After reading this, I went on the internet and found out that teen suicides happen very frequently and all over the world. This was tragic news. It made me really sad to think about how these kids know so little about life at this age and that they are really just beginning their lives in their teenage years. They are essentially just dipping their toes into life’s lake of innumerable possibilities- which is so precious. So why do make such a hard decision so easily? Are they even aware of their own emotions that they live in? Do they know that they can ask for help if they need it and that it is OK to not be OK? Do they anticipate the consequences they will imprint on those who have to live their lives without them? There are so many questions that I can think of. I am not blaming anyone here. I understand that sometimes, things are hard. I myself have two teenage girls and I think that’s why it hurts the most. I can almost feel the pain that the parents must be going through right now. It’s very hard to lose someone who is so precious in our hearts.

As I started thinking about all these stories I heard, I thought there had to be a solution since this is a worldwide problem. Why is this happening? From my point of view as a parent, I think that we need to stop for minute and think as that same teenager that we once were. How hard was the pressure we were under? What did we go through? Yes, you may say that we did not have any gadgets at our time, didn’t have internet etc. and yes you are right. But although we didn’t have them thirty or forty years ago, we did have something else at that time-bullies. Maybe other kinds of pressure did exist back then too, bullying was definitely there as well. I remember I was a victim of that. I did not know how to survive. I distinctly remember that it was very hard to even go to school at times. Back then, my parents were not that open for me to be able to go talk to them about it. I mean, I used to be scared of my parents. And while I had siblings, they were all older than I was. My oldest sister was 18 years older than I was. Being the youngest of four siblings… I was always the odd and lonely child. I didn’t know who to turned to, but luckily I had my pets who I used to confide in. They may not have told me how to protect myself from the bullies, but it was enough support for me as teenage girl. I would talk to them everyday. I would tell my story about what happened and my poor pets will listen to me. As I got older, I learned how to take care of myself. But I tell you- it was very hard. Then, I came here to the US. I was still a teenager at this time, but I survived. I learned about how to come out of a “shell”. I gained the confidence that was hiding somewhere inside me because it never got the chance to come out. So I got into college, finished college, got married, and then had kids.

When I had kids, I vowed to myself that I would protect my kids from any and all harm that may come their way as well as I could. I didn’t know what that meant, but at first glance of both my children when they were born as fragile, little bundles of joy,  I knew that I was going to be there at every step of their lives as long as they needed me. I am not saying that I did something extraordinary, but I wanted to be there for my kids anytime they needed me. That was my promise to them, and to myself. It was my responsibility to take care of them. I know that every parent wants to do their best for their kids. Sometimes, I think we forget that they really need our help because we get so busy in our personal lives. We get winded up in our own lives and lose track of our kids lives. But in the end, we are the parents and we need to be there for them.


We, as parents, need to communicate with our kids on every possible level. If we can’t, then there are so many other ways to go and ask for help. As parents, I believe that there are three C’s that need to be met to strengthen the relationship between ourselves and our children. This will also help ourselves and our children as well.
The three C’s- communication, commitment, and compromise. These are the three things that I do  with my kids. I am not saying that I am the mom who knows everything or that I never had problems with my kids growing up. All I am saying is that I have learned from my past experiences that these three central ideas are imperative. If you ask my kids, they’ll give you a list of where I went wrong in the past, but that’s ok. I am also learning, just as they are learning their lessons as well.  But whatever problems we did have, we learned to talk about them and try to solve them by communicating with each other. We are also committed to each other in life. If any issue arises,we all talk about it openly with each other- myself, my daughters, and my husband. While sometimes things may became too much to deal with, at the end of the day, we all know that someone has to compromise sometime. After all, there is a solution to every problem, whether favorable or not.

Nowadays, kids have take on much pressure from studies, schools, and even from peers. High schoolers deal with the pressure of choosing which colleges to apply to. What if they don’t get into the college of their choice? What if they don’t get a spot at the college their parents want them to attend? What is going to happen to them as they get older? How will they survive?
Technology is great and can be a gift, but it can also be a curse.  Kids have access to anything and everything so easily nowadays- way easier than any of us did back then. I know that technology is growing but at the same time, it’s replacing a large portion of our lives— communication. Today, if you go to a restaurant, you will see that no one talks to each other. Kids are on their phones on one side of the booth while the parents are on theirs on the other side. Some places even have a tablet to order with now so you don’t even really need a waiter! So...what happened to regular, old-fashioned but necessary talking?


Another problem are the expectations we place on our children. Many parents want their kids to go to Ivy League schools. They push their children to take AP classes without asking or considering for their child’s input or capacity of learning at a particular age. While I understand that this is only because we want the best for our children, we need to recognize how it affects our children. So what if your kids don’t go to Ivy League schools? Ivy League schools do not entail that other colleges are bad at all. It’s just a prestige that Ivy Leagues are associated with. But has anyone actually taken the time to talk to their child about their preferences?
If your kids want to become doctors, engineers, or lawyers, they can go any other colleges they want. In the end, it will give them the same education and at the end of their graduation, they will have the same degree. So then as parent, why do we put so much pressure on our children without anticipating its repercussions? These kids are still kids even though they are in high school. They are growing and learning and still need our support, guidance, and love. That’s what they need. These kids want someone who can listen to their concerns, problems, and worries. So please give them your best ear to listen to.  Give them attention when they need it and don’t just ignore their cry for help by saying they are old enough to deal with issues because guess what..they can’t deal with it and this is where our job as parents comes in. Please listen to them and help them grow into wonderful adults who make you proud of their achievements no matter the situation.
Kids need our support. They don’t know any better than us. But since we are older and little wiser, we can show them a way. If not, we should at least point them in a right direction where they can get help. Nobody is perfect, but if we come together we can make a breathable, livable, and positive environment for our children. Both kids and parents can seek help in any situation that arises… all you have to do is put in that extra effort to get that help and apply it. Don’t think of what the other person will think about it. Guess what? The others probably have their own problems to deal with as well. But who cares? We are living in this world-where if we don’t take care of ourselves, our kids, and our family… then nobody will.

Again, I am not preaching anything here. The thought just came to me and I felt enabled to write my thoughts down and so I did. If I offended or hurt anyone, please remember that it is not my intention at all here. As a healer and a spiritual counselor, I am just putting the facts out there so that someone will read this and my words can reach others.


My Message :

Life is short, so live life like every second is the last and don’t waste it. You shouldn’t have to live with any regrets. God has given us the present of life, so cherish it. Believe in yourself. You can achieve anything you want in your life as long as you have faith. So just live life and enjoy it.

Welcome 2018.

Posted on February 4, 2018 at 10:24 PM Comments comments ()
 Welcome 2018

As we said goodbyes to year 2017--2018 arrived and we welcomed it with open arms and a smile on the face. After all it's a new year, a year with new hopes, dreams and expectation right?
Everyone want to have a new resolution  which can be great if we keep it up with it.

These are my thoughts from my soul and see if these relates to you as well. For me 2017 was a good year. I learned alot, met new people. I kind of became an outgoing person. My older daughter turned 18 this year and I kind of found myself again. Don’t get me wrong, I love to be mom of my kids but in those years  but I was just “MOM” I lost myself somewhere i didnt know where, but that didnt bother me because this was my growing family. and I was a big part of it. 

As all parents do, I devoted my life for my kids, husband and family. So now when I look back, I see that I have learned so many wonderful things about life, kids,pets and family. I am so  grateful to my husband who dedicated his life to work so that  I can stay home and take care of our kids, the  universe for finding me a great husband who cares for his family and of course  God for giving me the strength,opportunity, talent, faith, and time to take care of it  all. As the new year approached, I said bye to year 2017 and offered my gratitude.

I think we should always be grateful  to the year that has passed. We learned so much from the previous year knowing or unknowingly. We also  have got one one year older as well got smarter than the year before! We just have to make sure about not to repeat mistakes again in life.  Life is teaching us something at all the time but as humans we try to ignore it all.  We should learn from our experiences and then should move on.
Ya there will be heartaches, hardships which we have gone through but at the same time there was a relief, hope, love. We always like to look at things that we don't have and wish for the things we don't have but in this mindset we lose our present.

I think we are always running after something while we ignore what we have. There is always something in our life that is beautiful, extraordinary but we get so caught up and start looking for something in our lives. In fact, all of us have everything we need within us if we take a good look at ourselves and within us.

If we don’t get what what we desire, we get mad and act on that impulse  Sometimes things go really wrong and you have to suffer the consequences for that action. It just we need to slow down and look at things in a different  point of view.

See, I think, No one is born bad ,the circumstances, environment treat individual differently which impacts people’s personalities, their lives. We are still the same- a part of god believe it or not. Time is a best lesson that everyone learns in their life. Like childhood does not come again in anyone’s life the same way same time, same circumstances and chances does not come again, once they are gone, they are gone forever. So lets make a best of it ya?

Remember time does not wait for anyone. TIME HAS TO MOVE ON so why do we have to be stuck with the same thoughts, behavior, actions., expectations.Why?
God has blessed humans with great intelligence and given us a gift of forgiving others who have done us wrong. I know its hard but we can take the first step towards it and be the better one.  For me ,this year going to be  different. I am going to do what I always wanted to do-help others. I am a holistic healer and I am going to use all my modaliites that I have for others, now that I have time and space.   

These are just my thoughts! I look at things differently.  Don’t know if this will be for everyone but i think if we decide to be good to everyone WE CAN ALL DO IT.     

Just a thought...

Posted on January 3, 2017 at 11:33 PM Comments comments ()
Happy New Year to all my friends.
 
It's a new year and as everyone says that they are going to bring some change into their lives. This year I think we really need to look at ourselves in a very positive  way even when the things are not going so great. I know that If we put the positive thoughts and wishes into the universe, we definitely will get the positive results. 
I think that it's very important to give a thanks  to the people, we have in our lives for being there for us. Sometimes we don't think of these things because we get so caught up in our lifestyle that we forget that we all are inter-connected. We are constantly learning from each other.  Our life is always interacting with each others thoughts without us even knowing it.
We just need to stop and breath, relax and have compassion for each other no matter what race, color or nationality we have. We should not forget that we all are made from the same source which we have forgotten. 
I know it sounds cheesy but it's the truth and we all know it deep down inside. We just need to stop and think about what will make our life more meaningful, more satisfying. We are learning from each other at all the times no matter what age we are at or what status we have or even rank we are at.
Think about this for a moment. 
How do you feel, when you help someone who is need? Who wants something that we take for granted  ex. a person who does not have a shelter over his/her head and is on the street without any food and water. You are eating at this restaurant and sees this person standing in cold outside on the curb shivering.
What would be your first thought? Would you think of helping this person with something? Do you feel any compassion for this person? 
Don't you think that even the thought of helping this person in any way will make you feel good about yourself. You do not need to be a millionaire to do that. It's just the small things that matter the most, small actions that make you a big person and this will make that other  person happy. Don't you think? 
If you help this person with food/ water or even a something to cover the body from the cold will make this person happy? Won't you will get the satisfaction of helping someone in need? If you show little compassion to someone then the universe sure will give you a reward in a very unexpected way and I can assure you that you will be happily surprised because we are all inner-linked.
It's just my thought. We should at least try to do things that we think will help the other individual no matter who it. After all we don't take anything with us when we say our final goodbyes but we sure take our good/ bad deeds with us for sure.
WHAT DO YOU THINK? please give your thoughts..




OUR LIFE

Posted on May 22, 2015 at 10:44 PM Comments comments ()
Slow down and breath!

We all get caught up in our everyday life in general like routine of getting up in the morning, get yourself and kids ready (if you have any) for their school, breakfast, then go to work or whatever your chores are to do for the day. We have become machine and we have forgotten that there is something extra ordinary out there that happens to us every morning when we wake up. I call it 
" A present"! where are given a second chances to do things right.  You may ask "How do we do it ? "

Well, I have RA and some mornings I get up with severe pain all over my body. I remember at times when I get up with pain, I don't  want to do anythings at all but  rest. But well when things don't go my way, I just get very frustrated, mad with myself and everyone else whose around me. I know it's not fair but it happens. We all go through this, I know. You may ask" so what?"  That's how it works. 

May be but we can change this if we want to. I want to change myself so that everyone in my family can have a good day. If I put this one thought out in the universe then the ripple effect will be enormous. I know that for sure.
I think we just need to take deep breath and thank the universe to keep us alive and to see how wonderful our "present" is !  This is the way the god or the universe speaks to us. 

Look and thank the sun for coming in every morning to greet us with open hand with its warmth and for making us  aware of us being alive, the wind that flows around us that we breath in and out reminding us that life is there to enjoy. The moon comes everyday and does his job by balancing the earth, the water that teaches us to balance our life. These all the example in our lives are here to teach us that God has created us to enjoy if we take time out to realize them. 
Our lives are not complicated but indeed, we make it complicated by being selfish, mean, arrogant, greedy, etc. We always wanted others to feel  bad about themselves by criticizing  them for whatever reason. 

Deep inside your soul if you take a look, you will find someone who is hurting a may be from the childhood memories, disappointments, or other issues which are not resolved. Some unfinished business or issues we call them.We all deal with it differently. Some people block those painful memories, some feel sad or become depressed, some  may become aggressive towards others or some believing in taking revenges. But do you think this is the right way to deal with our issues. 
What if we let go of the past and not revisit those Painful memories and just go forward with our life and appreciate what we have now.Or at least to take a first baby step towards the bright future.
 
Look at the bright side of every issue rather than looking at what we are missing or dwell on what if?  Instead, Look how fortunate we are that we can thankful for something or someone in our lives. Cherish them, Cherish those memories that you had made with the other one. Thank them for being there in your life that may be your mother, Father, daughter, brother, sister , husband, grandparents etc because remember there no coincidences! Thank the God. Thank the universe for giving us such a great opportunity to express our feelings openly.

We all are inter connected. We are the direct decedents of the source. We just need to remember that then just breath and let go.  Trust me we all will be better people on the planet earth. Do you believe me ?
 

WELCOME 2015 WITH OPEN ARMS.

Posted on January 2, 2015 at 1:13 AM Comments comments ()
Happy new year everyone. 
Let's start our new year with a positive note here. First, lets begin  inviting abundance into our life. Look at the things in our life that makes us happy, makes us feel fulfilled. Thanks god to give us opportunities so we can make changes for the better in our lives. We don't know what is held in our future, but with the positive outlook and thinking we can make a life better place for all of us. Let's learn from each other and help others who are in need. Let's make 2015 a memorable year.

HAPPY NEW YEAR TO YOU ALL. See you soon.

Nirvana Bracelets

Posted on March 26, 2014 at 11:31 AM Comments comments ()
I want to say thank you.... I bought a prayer bracelet for my husband it is for protection, security and calm. Wow a few days later his coworkers requested the same bracelet for them too...
I can't tell you how much the bracelet protected him. I bought one for each member of my family. I encourage everyone to get one. It works people!!!!!! it really does. 
Thank you again

NIRVANA BRACELETS

Posted on December 7, 2012 at 1:19 AM Comments comments ()
Thank you so much shradha for my intention bracelets(protection, self control) at first I was skeptical, but with time ull feel their true Positive strength. I talked to shradha about my anger and severe anxiety issue and how it had been affecting my life(family , relationships, etc...) Shradha was able to analize my situation and talked to me about the bracelets, i kinda thought it was weird at first but i tusted her. I havent taken any medication for 3 months now, its hard to believe but it helped. Highly recomended for anyone looking for spiritual upgrade and healing. God bless you.

NIRVANA BRACELETS

Posted on December 7, 2012 at 1:13 AM Comments comments ()
Ever since I started wearing the Intention Bracelet, My life has been more serine and claming. I am alot more focused at work, and it has helped me out with my relationship with my mother. People it's not a spectacle or something that’s made up. I've seen her at her work. Not only working with people, I’ve seen her at work with animals as well. I recommend anyone willing to try the Intention Bracelet, believe me it works. Not only do I wear one but my boyfriend wears one as well and it has helped him out alot with his stress, and his temper. – Tania

Dont take anyone for granted.

Posted on October 23, 2012 at 5:04 PM Comments comments ()

 
This is something made me realized that life is so small and we really don't know what going to happen in next minute in our life. 

It was around 11.30 or so and everyone in the hospital were talking about this particular dog and was hush-hush...so I got interested and asked what was going on? I was told that this one particular family came in the hospital not  because they wanted to but for the county gave them no choice. They had a big German Shepard dog who was around 7 years old. This dog never been to any hospital, never given any shots, what soever. His nails were like bear claws, meaning they were  never been trimmed or cut before. Today they were visiting the hospital because the county wanted that dog to have shots and to have the lump removed. He had the biggest lump on his chest under the neck almost seven to eight pounds big. This dog was so fat that hospital staff had to bring him in the hospital in a stretcher.  He couldn't t even walk. This was too much for me to see. I was feeling so bad for this dog already.

After talking with the doctor these people said that they need some time to think about the estimate that was given to them by the hospital staff. So they left the dog in the room and went out side in the reception area.
This dog was left alone in the visiting room for the longest time by his owners This dog was getting anxious and didn't know how to react, so he started crying but this people were so ruthless that they did't even come to see him in that room. My heart felt the pain, so I went in the room. The minute I went in I saw this dog was desperate to get out but couldn't even get up because of his weight and that lump.
They come in to the room after an 45 min or so to let the hospital staff know that they do not want to treat that dog and so want to euthanize him for good. This was a shock to me but looking at the background of this situation and the people, I was not surprised cause I see too many people like these  who are too caught up  in there life for selfish reasons that they don't even realize what blessing giving up. 

I just can't stand this thought but this was not my stand to fight on. This was their dog and it was their decision.  They singed the papers and left not even saying goodbye to this beautiful soul. I was watching this whole thing from the distance. When this dog came in the treatment room he was anxious, did not know what to expect. Poor thing.

I  asked the doctor if I can sit with this dog and offer him a Reiki. Once given ok from the doctor,I sat with him and asked him for his permission to start Reiki. At first the dog didn't understand what I was saying and just wanted to get up and leave but his body wont let him do that since his lump was touching the ground, it was very hard to watch him struggle. After ten minutes or so I think he understood what I was trying to do to him cause he started to talk to me. By this time I was giving him Reiki from a distance. Once he got familiar with the flow of Reiki from my hand, he started to feel comfortable and so  I invited angels to take care of him at this time.

After getting comfortable with me, he started communicating with me. 
He told me that he does not understand why he was left here without his family. He was waiting  for them to come and take him home. He was telling me that he knows that they are coming and he will go home happy. He was waiting like a baby who waits for the mom to be fed. He had no idea in couple hours his life was going to be  over on this earth and that his family had given up on him for good. I was crying inside. I didn't know what to tell him and at the same time I knew what I was supposed to do. 

So, I told him the truth that his family had left him behind because they don't want him anymore. They can't take care of him anymore. They had left him with us so he can go away. When I hold him this, I saw him looking me in my eyes surprised- I think he was checking if I was telling him this for real or what (the image I cant forget).Then he said that he was always good with them. They did abuse him a lot but I didn't complain to anyone. They didn't groom him but  he didn't care. They hurt him a lot but he didn't care and he still loved them always. He told me that he was left alone home for long hours but he didn't mind that either. This dear dog was crying his heart out to me and I was helplessly sitting next to him listening. 

I knew the time was running out. I told him that he is with me and the doctor now and we love you a lot. He  been a good dog all along and I know that. I told him that now is his time to move on and go to that other side ,the better side  where he is going to meet all his friends and family who are  going take care of him. He will no more have pain and will have happy life in doggie heaven. I told him that the can run there how much he wants, eat whatever he wants, and go wherever he wishes, but this the time he has to go. After me telling him this , he looked at me with peace in his eyes, lifted his neck, licked my hand and said that he is now ready to move on and he loves me a lot. With this he thanked me for showing him the better side where he can count on others and have fun. 

I felt the tears rolling down  from my eyes but at the same time I felt a relief that this dog was ready to leave happily and I helped him make this transition. And for the last time he  saw me in my eye and said good bye with this he  said now he is ready to go and have fun.. So he was given the injection and soon he was gone in peace..I felt very sad and as well as happy that I could help him with his transition into the other world. I thanked him and thanked Reiki as I saw him gone. In my heart he has left that love  that can never be filled by other one. I blessed him and asked Angels to take care of him.( I  am sorry if i got too emotional ). 

This one story made me realize that we in life take things for granted. We don't know what we have until we loose them for ever. I think if we show little compassion to each other, then our lives will be easy and we can enjoy the beauty that god have given us to share with. Please love your pets. They are here to teach us a beautiful lesson in life of how to love others unconditionally. 
God bless you all...

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