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Swift and Brave: Sacred Souls of Animals Swift and Brave: Sacred Souls of Animals by Elizabeth S. Eiler
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“You can watch a swan catch a fish and have no sadness. You may understand that this expression of you has died so that this other expression of you may live. There is balance and acceptance. Every moment of life is lived with an intensity and presence that is reverential.”
Elizabeth Eiler, Swift and Brave: Sacred Souls of Animals
“Dogs don’t make judgments about physical appearance or abilities, and they don’t care how big your house is or what you do for a living. They care about the quality of your character and your capacity to love.”
Elizabeth Eiler, Swift and Brave: Sacred Souls of Animals
“In the vessel of your body, you yourself are the world tree, deep roots in the Earth and a crown of stars. Your essence bridges dimensions.”
Elizabeth Eiler, Swift and Brave: Sacred Souls of Animals
“Faeries are known to be tenders of plants and energizing inhabitants of gardens. They are more elusive than Angels and often have lively, mercurial temperaments. They are active in preserving what little wilderness remains on the Earth.”
Elizabeth Eiler, Swift and Brave: Sacred Souls of Animals
“This is why children can see Angels, touch spirits, hear the songs of the trees, and talk to the animals. Quite simply, they acknowledge the magic.”
Elizabeth Eiler, Swift and Brave: Sacred Souls of Animals
“We recognize animals as our teachers and wayshowers on the paths of Enlightenment, and we honor and respect their souls and unique knowledge of the Universe.”
Elizabeth Eiler, Swift and Brave: Sacred Souls of Animals
“Just like individual people, each animal is unique and endowed with different gifts, and some are more spiritually proficient than others. Some are young souls with limited understanding of their mission and purpose, while others have learned spiritual mastery through many lifetimes of experience. All, however, can help us develop fluency in the heart-based language of telepathy.”
Elizabeth Eiler, Swift and Brave: Sacred Souls of Animals