Thursday, 30 October 2014

Fish just want to have fun, according to a new study that finds even fish 'play'

I saw this on ScienceDaily:

Fish just want to have fun, according to a new study that finds even fish 'play'
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2014/10/141020121406.htm

Biologists have documented fish playing with a bottom-weighted thermometer and other objects. Play, like much of animals' psychology including emotions, motivations, perceptions and intellect, is part of their evolutionary history and not just random, meaningless behavior.

Wednesday, 29 October 2014

Social make up

At my panel beaters while they installing a new window.  And he has some company here that I am enjoying while I wait.  Where animals are is where there is a better more real vibe.  This is how it should be.  No more 'no dogs allowed' signs. Just tolerant compassionate society.  Filed with unconditional Animal love.  


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Monday, 27 October 2014

Whew


Sharing space with animals.  Keeping centered.  Away from futility that is the money race.  Funny that its called the rat race  because rays are nothing like us.  They care about the moment.  Just like dogs.  And all animals. 
When I have been stressed I have been advised by a wise man to touch the v world around me and fully experience the tactile sensation.  I find that touching animals with this attention is an instant therapeutic healer.  


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Saturday, 25 October 2014

technology diminishes relationship and intuition


Vets nowadays are hesitant to make a diagnosis without technological proof.  They have been questioned too much, and rely on technology to assist them so much that they no longer use their intuition.  In days gone by doctors and vets had to really look at an animal or person.  Discuss what was going on in their lives.  Their diets, relationships, living areas.  Then they would feel around.  If a broken limb, they would sense how to set it using their hands and sense of touch. 
 
So technology does help.  But is it robbing us of our ability to sense what is truly going on.  Do we spend more time in front of screen than in front of people.  If the answer is yes, perhaps we need to look at that.  When last did you sit and lose yourself while stroking the animal in your life, without thinking about what you should be doing - without answering your phone - without 'getting bored'. 
 
I think that 'boredom' is sometimes a sense of needing to prove ourselves.  Rather than just being fulfilled in being still.  And satisfied - in relationship.