Dog is God spelled backwards, a reminder that your dog is God in another form. Your dog is also you in another form.
We live in a vibrational world. That means that everyone, every place, everything, and every event that we attract is a vibrational match to us. Your dog is your manifestation, and you are his. When you are looking for a dog, your vibrational match will navigate its way to you, because who and what you are looking for is also looking for you.
In addition to being great companions, dogs are natural spiritual teachers. They live in the now, not in the past, like Melancholies who hold a grudge. Unlike people, dogs don’t attach themselves to material things. They love to play with the people they love and are completely loyal to their masters no matter how they are treated. They are not a fair-weather friend. They love unconditionally and can teach selfish people how to do the same.
We are not linear beings having a linear experience. We are dimensional beings having a dimensional experience. Very few things are what they appear to be. Having a dog will help you to see the possibilities in the spirit realm. They can hear what we can’t hear, see what we can’t see, understand beyond what we think they can understand, and can even detect illness in their owners.
Energetically, dogs cause a shift in the dynamics of their owner’s life. As they connect to the owner’s emotional body, they will absorb stress and illness and can even save their life.
The key is to get a dog with a temperament close to your own. See my book, “Temperament: Your Spiritual DNA”, for more insight on this subject. Some dogs also have a temperament better suited for young children. Choose a child-friendly dog that can grow emotionally with your child.
Loving a pet, be it a dog or a cat, can make you a new person and extend your life. Nursing homes understand this phenomena. Stroking them and allowing them in your personal space will powerfully change your stress hormones by helping you to overcome past experiences that have caused your emotional blocks.
I have been blessed to have two dogs in my adult life: Bliss, a German Shepherd mix, and Jireh, a Dalmatian. Both were adopted from shelters and taught my family and I many wonderful lessons. We are still grateful for the memories. By adopting a pet from your local shelter, you can experience the same happiness and love.
If you will be travelling to the St. Thomas, USVI and are interested in adopting a dog or cat, please visit the Humane Society - Pets With Wings Animal Rescue Center . This is the shelter where my niece adopted the most precious dog, a miniature poodle named “Beni”.
Here is more information about selecting a pet to suit your needs:
How to Choose the Perfect Dog Breed Just for You
How to Choose the Best Dog for You