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Why Do Animals Have to Suffer and How Can We Stop Their Pain?

This post answers questions for The Council from a woman named, Violet, who asks why animals have to suffer so much at the hands of humans, and how can we globally stop animal pain?

The Council says it was never planned that animals would come into our reality and suffer. Animals carry the energy of love and are here to teach love, particularly at this time where many people have taken a negative path. The animal was created to come into this reality and help all these people by teaching them loyalty and trust.

On a worldly scale in places that have war and destruction, the animals are there to carry the energy of love, to give people something to care about, and to teach compassion, if not for other people then for the animals.

The Council says animals don’t have to suffer, but they come in contact with people who are abusive and most of these animals are here to teach abusive people to change, or to help other people stop this abuse by their compassion and love for these animals.

Violet asks how we can globally stop the pain these animals experience, and The Council says, not with protests and fighting. The way to stop animal suffering is by doing more of what you can for them. Examples include supporting groups that try to save animals, perhaps have an animal or two to take care of, and support zoos, rescues, and places that give animals homes and new beginnings. As you take these steps, the vibration of animal caring and loving expands and will reach worldwide.

Just by caring enough and taking an action, no matter how small, you’re helping these animals create the environment they’re here to experience. When an abandoned animal is given a new home and shown love, their vibration and love grows. And it grows for the people that are caring for these animals, and this touches all people in this reality.

The first step is to acknowledge the suffering of the animals, but not to focus on the suffering. Focus instead on the steps you can take to change the suffering. In your mind send the vibration of love to all animals. This little bit can begin the change toward stopping hunting of endangered species, and keeping our environment as close to nature as possible.

Listen to our 6-minute session with The Council (below) to hear all their guidance for Violet and the rest of us, and let us know how you feel about it.

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June 18, 2018 - Posted by | Audio Content, Channeling, Love, Questions & Answers | , , , , ,

8 Comments »

  1. Thank you very much for the reply. I will especially remember this: “acknowledge suffering of animals but don’t focus on it, rather focus on the steps to change this violence”.
    The hunting of animals in nature in order to survive is not cruel because an animal is sacrificied without systematic violence so another can live; nowadays animals are farmed by man with cruelty and torture; I hope one day we can learn to feed ourselves without cruelty.

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    Comment by Violet | June 30, 2018 | Reply

  2. How does the vibration of love fit in with the natural food cycle of other animals then? For example, when I watch animal planet I see such suffering…seals being eaten by sharks, gazelles running from lions, snow leopards kill the young of the female snow leopards they mate with if it is not their own offspring…what of this…and in that grand scheme why should we feel bad about animal cruelty anyway…I know we should do what we can, but we can never stop the lion from hunting the lamb….and why is it that way if they resonate with the vibration of love?

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    Comment by Ashley | June 19, 2018 | Reply

    • In nature, animals kill other animals for food. So do humans. However, humans are cruel to animals for no reason. WherebI live some teenage boys caught a duckling and crushed it with a rock and filmed it. Remember the video of the guy who dragged the shark behind his boat at full speed until it died? There was an article about three boys had a hot oven on and threw a kitten in it and took it out and threw it back in repeatedly. It was on fire and its bones were broken when it died. They filmed it. This is blatant animal cruelty with no purpose. Animals in the wild kill to eat and survive. So do people. I’ve been a vegetarian for 24 years.

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      Comment by importantornotblog | June 19, 2018 | Reply

      • Thanks for your reply to Ashley, ImportantOrNotBlog. We think one of The Council’s important points was to acknowledge the cruelty, but not to focus on it. Focus on what you can do to bring more love to these animals instead. Love and light, Bob & Cynthia

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        Comment by Cynthia & Bob | June 19, 2018 | Reply

        • I always try to remember that that animal’s souls are taken care of when they pass on. It’s still hard though.

          I tend to think that humans would consume way less meat if everyone had to raise and slaughter their own food. It would probably be cleaner too. Seems as though farm animals are pumped full of antibiotics and steroids.

          Bob and Cynthia! Love you guys.

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          Comment by importantornotblog | June 19, 2018 | Reply

          • We think you’re probably right about humans raising and slaughtering their own meat. We love you too.

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            Comment by Cynthia & Bob | June 19, 2018

    • Interesting questions, Ashley. We’ll ask The Council when we have time and we’ll post an audio recording of their response when it’s ready. Love and light, Bob & Cynthia

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      Comment by Cynthia & Bob | June 19, 2018 | Reply

      • Thank you!!

        Like

        Comment by Ashley | June 20, 2018 | Reply


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