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Animals

Like humans, animals feel pain, joy, sadness, anger, and fear. While humans have taken the stance that they are superior, animals often have skills that humans lack. Our eyesight cannot compare to that of an eagle, our strength cannot compare to that or a primate, even the ability to fly cannot be duplicated with the human body. Beyond this, animals have the animation of a spirit. They continue to also experience reality once they leave their physical body. They are also on a journey to experience life and progress.

 

Creating Consciousness

  • The change needed must start with thought. We must discuss and learn about the real issues that effect humanity and our place in the galaxy.
  • The path of this change must come from an altruistic desire to see peace and prosperity for all.

 

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Major Issues

  • Animals are souls inhabiting physical bodies in an environment of dichotomy. They are a type of soul that is seeking the learning of individual expression and experience.
  • Animals are born with a programming of instinct in order to fit into the currently designed matrix of nature.
  • Animals desire to belong and feel part of a group most of the time with certain exceptions. Because of this desire, most animal groups work in cooperation.
  • The animal kingdom consists of both male and female expressions that together are a balance of masculine and feminine. The masculine and feminine together is a balance of physical expression that allows animals to procreate and function as families with their own cultures.
  • Instincts such as fear, hunger, and thirst are programmed elements that allow animals to survive better in a predator and prey system set up in the animal kingdom. This system free from manipulation allows animals to live in the system on earth.
  • Empathy is a part of many animal souls. Some animal souls are more developed than others. Some lack the ability to feel empathy just as there are human sociopaths who are incapable of empathy.
  • Left alone, most of the time, animal populations will sustain themselves. It is the imbalance of environment that causes imbalances in the animal kingdom.
  • God/Source/Prime Creator recognizes the value of each soul as an animal expression. As such, humans should in turn show respect for animal life upon this planet. Each animal is capable of feeling and therefore like humans can feel pain, sadness, fear, joy, love, and kindness.
  • There are many kinds of abilities in the animal kingdom. Some of which are superior expressions of the physical even to the design of humans. For example, a dolphin has the ability to use ultrasound to see into bodies. This gives the dolphin the ability to see physical bodies at a deeper level. Bats can use echo location to see the physical expressions of matter, eagle may use in fared to see their environment, and frogs can change sex when their environment is threatened with survival. If animals were respected like the unique abilities in humans, then humanity can benefit from these animal abilities as well.
  • Humans should design infrastructures and technology with the safety and environment of animals in mind. For example, our windmills are a serious problem for birds who unintentionally fly into the arms of the windmill. Instead, a design which is circular and more efficient would eliminate that concern.
  • Animals should be living in a society free of slavery, manipulation, objectification, control, suppression, and greed.
  • Animal life is sacred and precious. Manipulating the animal population in a nefarious manner suppresses the spiritual importance of the soul expression contained in each animal. Those born with disability, become injured, or are at a disadvantage still contain a soul that has the same value as those without these issues. This spans from animal offspring coming into bodies to animals whose bodies are wearing out. Every soul deserves to be treated with dignity and respect and free from physical, mental, and emotional violence.
  • The animal body was designed to live in an environment of balance free of toxins, genetic manipulation, and malnutrition.
  • Misuse of the environment and animals creates a human parasitic lifestyle that is a burden to the earth. Most of this comes from the lack of independent use of balanced resources, positive and benign technology, freedom from a slave mentality, and the idea of homeostasis. This includes the commercialization of animals as a food source. Animals are treated as products and undergo abuse and torture such as being thrown in vats of boiling oil, shot in the head with a bolt, hung upside down and gutted or have their throat sliced in order to terminate their lives. This is unacceptable human behavior. Animals are also used in experimentation and some never set foot on grass or get to run free. This is also unacceptable human behavior and we can do better. The huge use of resources to create a meat based diet is unsustainable and has serious consequences on the environment. We must explore vegetarianism and the creation of meat substitutes to appease aging generations ingrained deeply into this practice in order to alleviate the suffering and environmental hazards of animal food production.
  • The consumption of animals is a major source of wasted resources, earth pollution and contamination, violence and suffering. A solution must be found to relieve the burden on the animal kingdom. While the growing of animal flesh in labs is not ideal and not a long term solution, it may be useful for the transition of those generations that are heavily engrained in the practice of animal consumption. Long term, replacements can be found and new generations should be offered food substitiutes free from the addiction to animal consumption.

Remember!

  • Respect for life in turn ensures our development in a positive manner.

 

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