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  Saturday, 27 October 2018
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First of all my apologies if this post is inappropriate for this site.
Me and my wife have an 18 month old male Staffordshire bull terrier/Labrador cross who we got from a dog rescue home when he was 8 weeks old.
Up until about a year old he was very good with other dogs and people.
However he then started to become aggressive with other dogs and on one occasion attacked another dog and bit him which required a few stitches.
Since then we have kept him on a lead for fear he may hurt another dog.
We have spent a considerable amount of time working with him and following the advice given by Cesar Milan, famous for his "Dog Whisperer" tv show.
I was drawn to his advice as it appeared to come from a spiritual perspective towards training dogs.
I was also lucky enough to experience, what i would call magic, when as a young boy i witnessed an English lady called Barbara Woodhouse, who was also a tv celebrity, transform our dog who had behavioural issues, within a matter of minutes of being introduced when my dad took our dog to see her.
As a 10 year old boy this had a massive effect on me witnessing that this lady's vibration had a such an effect, pretty much instantly, on our dog's behaviour.
Having consciously considered and thought about every dog that me and my wife have had for the last thirty years i realised that every dog we have had has had an extremely loving side, but also at times an aggressive side, even though they were different breeds.
I read here a while ago from one of the instructors, that our pets are a reflection of our own ego's.
As me and my wife are both Sagittarians we can both be fiery.
So is it us that need to change in order for our dog's behaviour to improve ?
We have been constantly told by the "experts" that we need to have our dog neutered.
However in previous experience this has not worked and i feel it is wrong for me to have my dog's bits butchered and go against nature.
I appreciate you guys are not dog behavioural experts, but would be interested and grateful for a reply from an occult perspective.
3 years ago
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#19072
Accepted Answer
When you awaken more and train your own dog (sexual instinct), you can better communicate telepathically with your animal.

We train animals and even intellectual animals with conscious love.

For thirty years I sought God. But when I looked carefully I found that in reality God was the seeker and I the sought. -Bayazid al-Bastami

3 years ago
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#19072
Accepted Answer
When you awaken more and train your own dog (sexual instinct), you can better communicate telepathically with your animal.

We train animals and even intellectual animals with conscious love.

For thirty years I sought God. But when I looked carefully I found that in reality God was the seeker and I the sought. -Bayazid al-Bastami

3 years ago
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#19212
Thank you very much for your answer Almustafa.
It reminded me of a comment that the great lady dog trainer, who i mentioned above, said to my father: it's you who needs training, not the dog :)
2 years ago
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#20856
Can conscious love appear to be harsh at times when one is put into a position to respond? I don't mean dangerous but as a strong statement against intellectuals that try to justify degenerated practices openly?
2 years ago
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#20866
Conscious love is both Mercy (Chesed) and Justice (Geburah) manifested as the splendor of the heart (Tiphereth, beautiful action).

For thirty years I sought God. But when I looked carefully I found that in reality God was the seeker and I the sought. -Bayazid al-Bastami

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