Animal communication - Understanding how animals think and feel

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2 жыл бұрын

This film tells the story of Laïla Del Monte, a world-famous animal communicator. Animal communication is the ability to understand what the animal feels using intuition and empathy. This phenomenon, born in the USA, is now spreading to Europe. Quite a few certitudes are being questioned and just as the latest discoveries in ethology show, the frontier between Man and Animal is becoming thinner.
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Through a series of encounters with specialists, Laïla shows that animals feel a wide range of emotions and that they do, in fact, have a conscience. This is a unique testimony, which broadens the way we look at animals and invites us to undertake the very same journey within our inner selves.
Original title: Dans la peau des animaux
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Jessica
Jessica 2 жыл бұрын
I just can’t understand how anyone can ask if animals feel emotions or have empathy. How obtuse can people be? Of course they do! Not just empathy, but love, happiness, depression, nervousness, contentment, jealousy, competitiveness, curiosity- the whole 9 yards. They’re so communicative and have different personalities, someone would have to be completely blind or in denial to not see the obviousness of it.
Shil Talks
Shil Talks 4 күн бұрын
so true
Jessica
Jessica 18 күн бұрын
@Apollo Bukowski Until recently, women and people of some ethnicities were considered subhuman, of inferior intellectual ability, a product of their environment, and treated accordingly. In some places, that still happens today. We don’t need a "scientific" documentary by some self-appointed "expert" to tell us what a load of self-impressed crap that is to "discover" the contrary. Even if someone speaks a different language doesn’t mean they don’t have the same (or even higher) level of thought or feeling of the "observer". It’s obvious they do. And offensive to suggest otherwise. While animals don’t use human language (except a few who do - accurately), or only reach the same level of reason of a human toddler or child, they have the same level of feeling and are equally as expressive of those feelings as a human toddler or child. They share the same brain areas and even neurotransmitters tied to feeling. Its obvious in their behaviors, expressions, that we bear witness to ever single day, they have feelings. It’s flat out ignorant and offensive to suggest they "might not".
Apollo Bukowski
Apollo Bukowski 18 күн бұрын
Aside from spiritual attributions to particular animals in religious systems, it was historically believed that animals were merely a product of their environment, just reacting instinctively to their present circumstances. Only in the past century has science opened up to the possibility they are capable of more abstract thought. The idea that there’s a gradient of consciousness in the animal kingdom seems to be catching on. Like books, documentaries enlighten & expand one’s world view. The narrator’s question prompts the viewer to consider new things. All of us have particular views that are outdated. After graduation we start becoming outdated, & the onus is on us to stay current with the evolving world. So try to reject a knowledge-based self righteousness. We are all on an educational journey that isn’t linear!
Naples Wolverine
Naples Wolverine Ай бұрын
Oh those poor animals they dump them on the streets and they want you to be mama and papa if you can do it what’s up with that little children to dying
king kong
king kong Ай бұрын
Exactly! Even insects I believe feel some kind of "emotions". Emotions are how living beings go from A to B even if they are "instinctual" emotions, it is still emotion. Every being with a brain, and beings like one celled animals, have what can be called emotions. I believe it is creating, sending and receiving electrical impulses that can travel through the environment. Perhaps even after death.
Nancy
Nancy 2 жыл бұрын
This is an amazing story, but I am utterly shocked that people still "wonder" if animals can communicate or have feelings or love or have fear, etc.! OF COURSE THEY DO! Some humans are so ridiculous. We are the ones who are not awake yet. Blows my mind. People do have the ability to communicate with animals. It's a part of our nature to communicate with everything on this amazing planet. We are born with abilities we don't even know yet. We've all been dumbed down. Life is a miracle. It's absurd to think animals are blobs of nothing.
iggle
iggle 5 ай бұрын
Like you, I find it astounding that some people just can't see that animals are so wonderfully communicative and have such lovely and also strong emotions. I spent most of my childhood from babyhood with our dog. It's not a cute childhood fantasy that we communicated and he watched out for me like a big brother. The last dog we had was a collie too, deeply empathic (far more than many humans) with a huge sense of humour and collaborative fun (like when you and a good friend exchange glances and you know they're up for a silly prank). Remembering this makes me realise that, after food and shelter, dogs and perhaps most other animals greatly prioritise relationships before anything else. Maybe that's why humans don't get it. Humans are not so good at relating for its own sake.
L. Ryan
L. Ryan Жыл бұрын
My cat sleeps with me, his nose as close as he can get to my face. He ever-so-gently reaches his paw out to touch my face. I can feel the sharpness of his claws, but I can tell he is being as gentle as he can be. He does this maybe 5 or six times, reaching out, gently tapping my face...telling me that he truly loves me....
Nigar Mammadova
Nigar Mammadova 3 ай бұрын
My cat used to sleep with me. Then when i brought another cat, she stopped even coming to my bedroom, only to use the litter box.
Susan Folkman
Susan Folkman 3 ай бұрын
@RealCanadianGirl I hope so! I miss all my lil friends.
mukta summers
mukta summers 4 ай бұрын
@RealCanadianGirl so reassuring
mukta summers
mukta summers 4 ай бұрын
@Dee Michelle You paint a very beautiful picture. Thankyou. Hear's to all our patient creatures waiting for us to understand so much more!
Dakota Lake
Dakota Lake 4 ай бұрын
@RealCanadianGirl This is absolutely true.... skilled mediums have had pets come through
tony montiero
tony montiero Жыл бұрын
Animals deserve so much more. God bless them all, they're so smart and beautiful
Ivan Sanders
Ivan Sanders 4 ай бұрын
Lovely observation. But lots of people say this and then eat meat.
FaVoReD1*
FaVoReD1* 5 ай бұрын
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I have fallen and i can't reach my keg
I have fallen and i can't reach my keg 5 ай бұрын
@Valerie O'Brien "this video is ridiculous" "Hold my Chocolate/Marshmallow Egg-Pooping Rabbit, while i Indoctrinate these Children", said Christianity
I have fallen and i can't reach my keg
I have fallen and i can't reach my keg 5 ай бұрын
@Valerie O'Brien Just because you are a Christian, does not mean everyone, else, is, thank Parents. My Father, who Fart, in Denim, says, "The next time you take a Breath, pull my Finger. Let the Cult of Christianity blow it, out, it's ass."
jenna burger
jenna burger 5 ай бұрын
@John A. Clare THE DARK MOLE aka THE SUBTERRANEAN KNIGHT
Pauline Follett
Pauline Follett 2 жыл бұрын
When I was young and at times emotional, I used to talk to my dog and she used to pick up on my emotions and sit quietly with me. She helped me get through what I was feeling.
Marisa A Montalto
Marisa A Montalto 2 ай бұрын
I had a dog just like that she was wonderful and I know I will see her and all my beloved pets from this and other lifetimes on the other side!
Denise Ward
Denise Ward 5 ай бұрын
@Janitor Queen The thing is science has never looked to see what kind of patterns this makes, science hasn't looked at it all. That's ignore-ance, and that makes up the ignorant. I feel you don't have any evidence about this woman and there are people in the world who have strange or unusual qualities. They are rare so we don't get to meet them usually. We have electromagnetic sensory perception but science hasn't even bothered to look into consciousness and just scoffs on it haughtily. Science hasn't even begun to see this realm that we are in, in any perspective other than narrow. It doesn't ask questions and scoffs and ridicules at people who do. That's just pretend science because science is about questioning everything, being skeptical beyond the pale and incurably curious. Science shows no curiosity to the field of consciousness, awareness, communication on unseen levels, etc, and thereby doesn't deserve claiming it is science. If anything science has dumbed us down because we have trusted in others to learn about the world and they lied to us so they could wow us with "facts" but they essentially are shysters who are only interested in their adventures at the expense of people like say, you and me.
Shannon Phillips
Shannon Phillips 5 ай бұрын
@Janitor Queen You said, "The idea that she can read all about them, and such detailed things, after just a moment is ridiculous." If you're saying it can't be happening because it takes time, I could argue it takes time because people have conditioning they have to work around. When we meet someone (even an animal), we have assumptions and images about them that may have nothing to do with reality. For example, people may judge someone of another race and make assumptions about them. Or we could see their clothing and jump to conclusions. When you meet a human or an animal (or anything for that matter), your conditioned perception from your past colors your judgment. You bring everything you have learned about the situation from your past and bring it into the present whether it is accurate or not. I've seen couples in marriages who simply cannot hear what the other person is saying because they're so caught up in their own agendas. These are couples who have spent years together. So much for time, huh? This is what I'm talking about. Your experience might be that it takes time, which I certainly don't doubt, but it may not be for the reasons you think. If you have other reasons for believing "ESP" is impossible, I would like to see them. But the "time" thing isn't a good argument. The fact you called people who have a different perspective on the subject "nuts" is very revealing. Maybe you judge people like the woman in this video as a fraud, or people who believe her, as foolish because the accepted so-called "scientific" model suggests ESP is impossible. Don't forget that science is just a way of perceiving and recording our world. It doesn't claim to make "set-in-stone" conclusions about the nature of reality. It is and will always be a process. It would be very unscientific to make a conclusion like "ESP is impossible." We don't know enough to make that kind of conclusion. And it certainly isn't scientific to denigrate others who may have another perspective on the matter. If anything, denigrating others because they have a different idea about what's happening is about as unscientific as it gets. This is the problem with people. They have their conditioned responses and ego investments wrapped up in their conclusions about reality. That's not scientific. And it's certainly not conducive to learning about how reality actually works.
Shannon Phillips
Shannon Phillips 5 ай бұрын
This surprises no one and yet the "scientific community" is clueless because they've been conditioned from a faulty foundation of reality. It's frustrating.
Georgia M
Georgia M 5 ай бұрын
That’s so sweet. Thanks for sharing
Bill M
Bill M 5 ай бұрын
I have a cat that smelled my cancer as a kitten, even before I knew I had it he doesn't leave my side and it's been 3 years He has been what keeps me going thru all the pain A natural therapy cat Gotta love our fur buddies
Dena Sharpe
Dena Sharpe Ай бұрын
I pray you are doing well and l am so glad you have that wonderful furbaby to be with you and give you comfort and unconditional ❤ 😍
Dakota Lake
Dakota Lake 3 ай бұрын
@Susan Folkman yes animals do find us and chose us....the have a role to play in our life.
Susan Folkman
Susan Folkman 3 ай бұрын
My cat Scruffy. Has been on my lap, for 17 yrs. She has saw me thru so many things, she is just one of my 7 animals that keep me sane, but drive me crazy ( they are all very bossy) every day. Each one found me, guess they knew I needed them. Love your story & all the shared stories. Amen for a great friendship of a animal. Love each & every one.
Susan Huber
Susan Huber 5 ай бұрын
When Jane Goodall first shared her research with "scientists" most of them rejected her work because of her methods of observation. For example, she gave the chimpanzees names and noted their personalities and emotions. She was way ahead of these closed scientific minds. Anyone who has had pets has no doubt that animals think, feel, love, show friendship, mother . . . It is different from what we humans do but it is still there.
Cris S
Cris S 3 ай бұрын
Think - at what level? They live in mindfulness and uncapable of thinking higher at abstract level. That doesn't take away their value, but just saying.
Donna Knudson
Donna Knudson 4 ай бұрын
@Jane Lightning This was a long time ago. It is not that way anymore. Also, imagine if it were a man back then doing things the way she did? I think he would get even more resistance and flack than she did. That's my guess.
Lana Lorenzen
Lana Lorenzen 5 ай бұрын
And I can guarantee that most of those "scientists" were male. I remember seeing a documentary concerning researchers observing penguins in the Antarctic. One baby had slipped into a hole in the snow and was doomed to die. Not one of the researchers would touch the animal to assist it but the woman who was with the group. She helped the baby penguin get back to its mother. "Scientists" claim that helping animals in the wild constitutes an interference with nature. Are you kidding?! What stupidity! The very fact that a group of humans were even in the Antarctic affected nature. And where has humankind been on this planet that it hasn't defiled nature or interfered with it?
Jane Lightning
Jane Lightning 5 ай бұрын
Also: she is a woman.
Bright Eyes
Bright Eyes 5 ай бұрын
I agree, when we leave out thought and feelings, we don't really understand the behavior.
Cynthia J Candelaria
Cynthia J Candelaria Жыл бұрын
Don't ever underestimate an animal's abilities to share human emotions.
Dogie
Dogie 6 ай бұрын
I was born deaf.(in a family where there was no deafness) I was deaf for 6 years until I had an ear operation to make me hear sounds. Animal communication seemed clear to me. It's physical. I couldn't hear sounds. I read them as they read me. I grew up alone. Nothing is more lonely than being deaf. I need a cat and/ or a dog - they are my family.
Dena Sharpe
Dena Sharpe Ай бұрын
So glad you had that companionship and had the opportunity to learn that animal communication before the implant....
Yknot Dostuff
Yknot Dostuff 2 ай бұрын
@Tiere Smith Wow. This was so kind. I just saw your reply. My device doesn’t always tell me when I have messages, etc. Thank you so much. Hug your son for me 💜
Tiere Smith
Tiere Smith 3 ай бұрын
@Yknot Dostuff my son also suffered from this. After 13 years of multiple 'cures' (depressing in itself) he found an app that showed him he wasnt sticking to his healthy/safe routines as much as he thought. This was the change catalyst for him. Today is his birthday, he said he had a good day and a good life . I nearly cried, I hadn't heard that since he was a child. He turned 28 today. I hope you find your way out oneday, you are our brave pioneers and your experiences are awful but valuable. I hope you have kind ppl around you. Strangers care for you all.
Yknot Dostuff
Yknot Dostuff 3 ай бұрын
I am not deaf. I do have debilitating ongoing depression, which makes me feel very alone. Your post touched me. I’m glad you have animals in your life. Here’s to good things to come for both of us🐕🐈‍⬛🦦!
Donna Mealy
Donna Mealy Жыл бұрын
I am studying animal whispering and have watched this film many times. It always makes me cry with joy. Thank you for such an insightful film
Nigar Mammadova
Nigar Mammadova 3 ай бұрын
@chris thank you!
chris
chris 3 ай бұрын
@Nigar Mammadova The males are Moluccan cockatoos, the female an umbrella cockatoo
Nigar Mammadova
Nigar Mammadova 3 ай бұрын
@chris this is fascinating! I have been wanting parrots
Barbara Dellis
Barbara Dellis 3 ай бұрын
Look within.
Dakota Lake
Dakota Lake 3 ай бұрын
@Nigar Mammadova They don't need to be local.... energy travels.... my animal communicator lived 100 miles away.
K H
K H 5 ай бұрын
My heart goes out for this cat and all the animals that loves us unconditionally 💔
Supriya Shah
Supriya Shah Жыл бұрын
Becoming an animal communicator from a deep love for nature and animals is fascinating and inspiring.
Ainul&Willow
Ainul&Willow 2 жыл бұрын
I dream of a world where we feel for animals the way we feel for humans and treat them, domestic and wild, the way we would want to be treated. Oh! How wonderful life would be!
Lisa Nguyen
Lisa Nguyen 3 ай бұрын
That is my dream too, it will eventually happened when people become more conscious and less ignorant.
Ainul&Willow
Ainul&Willow 3 ай бұрын
@Cris S why is it lost though? I would much prefer to be lost in paradise than a paradise lost
Cris S
Cris S 3 ай бұрын
It's called the 'Lost paradise' syndrome.
Elizabeth Osborne
Elizabeth Osborne 4 ай бұрын
Amen ♥️
Bonnie Price
Bonnie Price 4 ай бұрын
Its coming quicker than you can imagine...
Betsy McCullen
Betsy McCullen Жыл бұрын
I wish she’d said more about Toldo and his feelings about visiting the grave. That’s why I watched this whole video 🤷‍♀️
Xenja Nobody
Xenja Nobody Жыл бұрын
My beloved cat, Jones passed a couple of years ago, he was my best friend, he got sick so suddenly and his last day, he waited untill my husband came home before he went into the kitchen and fell, having a seizure. We both ran over and when I came to him he stopped seizing for a few seconds to stare up at me and I could just feel him say "thank you mom, for all the good years, I love you, good bye", I don't really have a good way to end this comment but I had this special connection with Jones, he was a good boy
Rusty Shackleford
Rusty Shackleford Жыл бұрын
At 10:20 when the dog needed 3 more days, because it knew before the family, that the son was returning, is deep. I've always had wonderful experiences with animals. I now know that animals know, sometimes more than we know.
Mary Lyn Flynn
Mary Lyn Flynn 2 жыл бұрын
Although this wasn't new to me, I love the way this video is organized and how beautifully it teaches the amazing connections between animals and humans. Loved watching it❣️
V. Z.
V. Z. 2 жыл бұрын
11:14 This made me cry. This same thing happened, but with my grandmother. She had a very long life, but impediment took over in her last years. My cousin was raised by my grandmother, he was like her youngest son. Near the end my cousin came to my grandmother's house and took care of her for a couple days. On the last day, she looked into my cousins eye and said, "Can I go now?", my cousin replied, "Yes you can go.." -- and she did go.
Ashish
Ashish 5 ай бұрын
Wow !
Renee Jansen
Renee Jansen 2 жыл бұрын
Brilliant. Just brilliant. I manage a thoroughbred stud and I use this technique. The horses respond extremely well and I have been able to turn problem horses around so easily. One important thing she said was that we have to communicate with our minds on their level. Too many people reject their horses because the horses haven’t learned their language. It should be the other way around.
funkyfiss
funkyfiss 5 ай бұрын
Do you project with your thoughts a positive outcome? Like, do you visualise first what is your ideal scenario when you are with the horse? Or is it just being more focused on your personal emotions when you are around the animal?
Passionfruit Grenadilla
Passionfruit Grenadilla 2 жыл бұрын
Thank you a great quality dubbing into English. Made it much easier to share widely. Beautiful, deep documentary. Much appreciated.
Nancy Higdon
Nancy Higdon 2 жыл бұрын
The day before my Mother passed away at home, her two cats got in her bed and let her pet each one. Later, I noticed they stayed under her bed all day. I did not know Mom was going to pass away the next morning. In retrospect, I think they were telling her goodbye and it was OK for her to go.
Madeleine Belle
Madeleine Belle 2 жыл бұрын
As a 14yr old girl I experienced overnight my whole family situation disintegrate. I worked at a Kennels at the time. The owner had 3 dogs, one a German Shepherd called Pasha. I sat on wooden steps leading down into a paddock where all the dogs would exercise. I just sobbed uncontrollably whilst Pasha just sat still next to me resting his chin on my knee. He shared my grief in total stillness and silence. After about 10 mins he sat up and started to spin in a playful motion in front of me as if to say "you have let out some of the pain now it's time to get up and play". He was a very special dog, he even protected me from 2 men who were looking for an area called Silver Lane.. Pasha wouldn't let them anywhere near our gate entrance. I warned them to go as the dog didn't like them and I went by his judgement. Two weeks later in the local paper there had been a major burglary at a house in Silver Lane.
Nina Dyson
Nina Dyson 3 ай бұрын
Animals can easily communicate with people if they sense they are safe! I have always had animal's, horses, dogs and birds! They are all very intelligent! As a child I had wild animals come to me and I knew that I was safe!
GISAVT1
GISAVT1 4 ай бұрын
It doesn’t surprise me, the first dog I had as a child, a gorgeous german shepherd saved me from being run over by cars in a busy street, he just jumped grabbed me snd took me to the sidewalk! Now I have s Maltese and saved my life as well, everyday ❤️
iggle
iggle 5 ай бұрын
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J S
J S 2 жыл бұрын
Amazing beautiful stories. Those who teach us the most about humanity aren't always humans.
Lucinda Goodrich
Lucinda Goodrich 5 ай бұрын
Animals that I have known have all the same emotions we do, and they can communicate better than most people do because they are honest and open about what is on their mind. Just because humans have mostly lost their natural language does not mean it stopped existing.
Marcelle Pesek
Marcelle Pesek Жыл бұрын
Thank you so much for this important video! If each one of us at last recognize the kindness, sensitivity and intelligence of animals, hopefully we will finally treat them with love and understand them better. You can send your thoughts and love to all animals, on a higher level. They speak their own language, but they understand us much more than we realize. Abusing an animal is evil, and people who do this have no limits of whom else they might hurt. PEACE AND HARMONY TO ALL.
Tara Mickey Mickeranno
Tara Mickey Mickeranno 2 жыл бұрын
I wish I could communicate with animals. I know my own anxiety and emotional issues affect my animals and I wish it didn't. This was a great program and I also wish for the day when all living beings are seen for who and what they are without the need to compare them to humans on an imaginary scale of "importance". We could learn so much from them by seeing them truly. I love them all so much.
Lindsay Doke
Lindsay Doke 3 ай бұрын
The communication comes by listening and watching the animal and focusing solely on them not yourself. Once they see uour stillness and peaceful presence they will communicate with you. Your anxiety is not going to stop you experiencing this wonderful stillness.
Md Shole
Md Shole 5 ай бұрын
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Jane
Jane 5 ай бұрын
You can. They use natural communication, not words. They use the same sounds as we do, when it's natural and not taught, but their voices are more "beast-like". You might initially think I'm crazy, but pay attention; they use sounds like nuh-uh, uh-huh, wow, and when they eat, they tell you it's good by looking at you and licking the back tooth, and when they don't like it, they look down at the food and blow their nose as if it stinks. All natural communication. Even the sounds that we learn from our mothers, before words, when we're doing something right or wrong, those sounds we carry into our adult life and use them in everything, like if you are witnessing a coworker about to do something wrong, you quickly make that back-of-the-throat sound "ahhj".... and when it's something very bad that will lead to negative consequences, that sound is said more slowly with a vibration in the voice........also the animals speak it. We all do.
MatrixMystic333!!!!
MatrixMystic333!!!! 2 жыл бұрын
This is so beautiful and I truly believe animals feel emotions and are so much more intelligent than we perceive! Thank you for sharing this!
balderdashery G
balderdashery G 2 жыл бұрын
and thank you for being Vegan.
Phyllis Neal
Phyllis Neal 2 жыл бұрын
This is just wonderful 💞
Evy Courtney
Evy Courtney 2 жыл бұрын
yes they do... but this lady is full of bs
Holly Fortenberry
Holly Fortenberry 2 жыл бұрын
When she was relating Cook's message to the veterinarian and she was talking about abandonment, it looked like Cook was SUPER excited! He was like "Dad, dad, that's it! You understand now that I didn't mean to bite off your finger!" Cook seems so happy that his human understands his true intentions now.
Sam P
Sam P 5 ай бұрын
I love this gifted lady. Her eyes are magical. Just look at her intensity while she's listening and talking to the humans.
Nancy Smith
Nancy Smith 5 ай бұрын
She is fully Present in the Now moment where Life Lives.
Stephan Larsen
Stephan Larsen 5 ай бұрын
Yes she's beautiful praises blessings respectfully Tucson Arizona Sonoran desert 🏜️ Jah sisters
Suresh Bangare
Suresh Bangare 2 жыл бұрын
Those who feel that this is new has never observed this in life..regarding animals. Or even their own relatives. I realised when i was a kid from a street dog named Kalu. His behaviour..his eyes..the way he used to walk..with dignity..people were afraid but he didnt bark neither did he scare them. Maintained his distance. My mother had a great way with birds. And that too with different species..even after moving places..birds used to come to her..from ravens to mynahs to sparrows.. She by her own behaviour and intelligence and heary taught that all creatures can feel. Just like a baby who cant speak yet his/her mother understands what a child needs the same way is with all living creatures. You speak to them they speak to you. Even trees. You speak to them they speak to you.. People who used to communicate with nature..they were mocked, ridiculed, called crazy freaks what not.. I still wonder how people have the heart to grow a life- feed it care for it like a chicken goat etc and then kill it to eat it. I can feel that suffocation and pain when i see crabs limbs being broken while he is alive..fish caught in the hook.. How can people not see that they are causing pain.. Once i saw a crow nest on a tall tree during rains..the mother would cover the youngones with her wings when it rained heavily..i would watch for hours..the crow never left the nest if it was raining. Most human parents do that..how come people decided that they are not intelligent? I still remember that i had a huge row with my college mates where they all said animals birds are not intelligent enough because of their brains and what not.. A bird who flies in air hops on ground knows more than a human who just walks.. Are people blind to see that a whale and many others can travel around the world without tools..Human started needing tools as they started getting dumber and dumber maybe.. Birds migrate..a cheetah observing a prey..a crocodile having patience to attack.. The herd understanding the need to be together.. Man in his arrogance and ignorance becomes totally blind towards natures intelligence. And we are foolish enough to give power to such people to write books which misguide future generations. Need to call them out.
Donna Pohler
Donna Pohler 3 ай бұрын
Totally agree!
Brigita Mencigar
Brigita Mencigar 3 ай бұрын
Thank You.
Susmitha M
Susmitha M Жыл бұрын
This was so beautiful ❤️. I am too into animal communication. They are wonderful souls , more connected to nature and very practical when compared to human beings
Aggy
Aggy 4 ай бұрын
This is so beautiful. I had a basic understanding that animals can feel our emotions but I never could have imagined they can even pick up on precisely what we are worried about, thinking about. They’re so precious and this documentary adds to my awe of them.
Pamela Joyce
Pamela Joyce 2 жыл бұрын
So lovely. I know as a long term dog owner and one time breeder that they are extremely sensitive to your emotions and react accordingly. Whoever thought animals did not think and had no feelings did them such a terrible disservice. What a lovely lady.
Semi-Retired&LoveLivingRural
Semi-Retired&LoveLivingRural 5 ай бұрын
Love this! Sometimes I think I can feel what they feel and they can feel what I feel even if we can't speak to each other And even if we can speak to each other. Sensing is a wonderful gift. And yes animals do think and feel a lot like we do. I've had a pet dog who would hang on, similar to my dad did when he had cancer. I think when you finally let them know they don't have to hang on for you any more, than they're more willing to let go.
Kate Shorter
Kate Shorter Жыл бұрын
This is wonderful. Laila's abilities are remarkable and I love the work she is doing for animals. I have an ability to do this as well and her remarks about wanting to help animals be understood on a larger scale is so inspiring to me.
deborah boenke
deborah boenke 5 ай бұрын
What a wonderful thing to understand and commicate with animals ❤
Julie A.
Julie A. 2 жыл бұрын
You can feel the love & compassion this beautiful woman emits...no wonder she can communicates with animals. I have always been very close to animals, from the time I was a child I knew what they were feeling. I'd like people to think on the fact that ALL is one in the universe, and ALL beings are directly connected to source just as we are. My personal opinion, having worked with horses & having dogs as my best friends & rescuing a multitude of little animals in nature to nurse back, they have a highly developed 6th sense & may even possess access to knowledge of the world that we do not have. I do not believe in coincidence in life either. The animals in your life came to you for that period of your life just as people move in and out of life for purposes that we aren't aware of. Life is about ALL LIFE here together, nothing is separate. I too wonder about the cat at the grave, what impressions she got from him, but one of my first thoughts also is that maybe, just maybe the visit is one with the owner in spirit...they may meet up every day. Someone who has the ability to see in other dimensions needs to go there to tell us...
Jersey Julie
Jersey Julie 2 жыл бұрын
Beautiful film. Wow. All the subjects and animals are so interesting and reminds us of what is the real truth of life on this planet.
Göran Steen
Göran Steen 5 ай бұрын
Thanks for a fine film I will share a story! I had a cat named Myrra living on our farm her hole life, catching rodents her life through. I had earlier told her not hunting birds and she stopped to do that. Friends were very curious about that. When she was little more than 20 years old I saw that her strength was weakening. She could not jump as she used to do before. In the end she did not bother to keep her self clean anymore. She wanted to cuddle all the time. I understood she wanted to be close as much as possible because she know her life was ending. When I was busy working on my computor she often layed her self on the keyboard, so I couldn´t work and refused to go away. I wondered about that, It suddenly struck me clear, that she wanted to say farewell to my 2 sons, living their own lives. I called them and said what I found out and they came home following weekend. She was intensively cuddling them both non stop over 8 hours. When they drove away in the evening, I open the dishwashing mashine and prepered for next day work. An IT technical work I wanted to have done to Monday in a presentation of new parts of program. But the cat Myrra were no were to be seen. I came home from work and continued to search for her. It was clear she had passed away and I thought she has gone in under the very large barn floor or some place were she often spent hours in her hole life through, waiting on something to catch. I fellt confident that she chosed a place that suited her to die in. The week started realy busy and I came home tuesday evening and started to emty the dishwasher since sunday. I stretchen in my hand and got fur. On of topp of the plates she lay dead. She thought that the warm ”cosy” dischwasher was a good place to dye in, immediately after the sons left. The only place not searched. She did som very remarkable things during her life, but too much to write here. She was completely aware of what was going on. We humans are the one to learn more not repeating lyes from the history on animal to keep them smaller than they are. I also had a goosehawk to hunt with. Very smart things she did.
Ron Dean
Ron Dean 5 ай бұрын
Absolutely amazing, so many angles covered that I have felt myself with different types of animals in this lifetime, seeing this beautiful example of the connections that are possible makes me feel happy inside and elevates the desire to be more open to this level of connections with all animals.
Theresa Buede
Theresa Buede 5 ай бұрын
This is so beautiful and so very true about the depth of emotion and thinking that the animals around us experience. As a child I became aware that I could sense how many animals were feeling and what they were thinking. To this day I still feel a deep connection to the natural world around us. God created all of this miraculous world and everything in it. We should be appreciative of the miracle of life in all its forms.
Autumn Reign
Autumn Reign 2 жыл бұрын
Imo, the fact that the cats story of him visiting the grave was left to interpretation, is so moving, and almost a great way to make you think. I love how how that was executed.
Sweet Dreams Time
Sweet Dreams Time 2 жыл бұрын
I felt deeply touched by this fascinating video and recall numerous special encounters with animals in the past which make me feel truly grateful to them. Bless them 💜🐶🐱🐿️
Toe Knee
Toe Knee 2 жыл бұрын
This cat is hanging onto the memories and the only love and appreciation he has ever known. He will continue to visit the grave until someone else shows him the same care, love and compassion his human did. My heart breaks for his loss
Camelia Turda
Camelia Turda 4 ай бұрын
O M G ! Thank you .
CaptainSmith23 S.
CaptainSmith23 S. 4 ай бұрын
@RealCanadianGirl I hope so. I miss Sheila everyday.
RealCanadianGirl
RealCanadianGirl 4 ай бұрын
@CaptainSmith23 S. You will be reunited with your Sheila in Heaven. This I know for a fact 💗
Maryam Al-Ghazali
Maryam Al-Ghazali 5 ай бұрын
Me too; my heartbreak as well for the poor cat 🥲
ziblot123
ziblot123 5 ай бұрын
I hope someone has adopted this fellow. Cats are so often the victims of mischief and get run over. It would kill me to hear that he got run over on the way to the grave. Please someone take him in.
aegeanbo
aegeanbo 2 жыл бұрын
I have my highest respect for Laila. Thank you for the video. Well done.
shadrach
shadrach 2 жыл бұрын
The cat at the grave really made my eyes sting. I know animals love us. I’m lying here now with my 12 year old Standard Poodle. I just can’t imagine how I can manage without her. I wish I could make her understand how much I love her.
B B
B B Жыл бұрын
This is so awesome. I wish someone could read my foster pups and tell me what more I could do for them.
Mum O
Mum O 5 ай бұрын
I have a wild crows family I speak to. They come see me twice a day! I've taught them to bounce. No reward except for clapping & verbal affirmation. They now follow me down to the corner shop. They wait on the sign & return with me back home. I love my crows! I always communicated with animals since childhood. Just like this lady. My parents thought I was weird. But, I see it as a gift. My last communication outside of My own pets was with 4 upset geese, they were getting violent to their owner. Drove 25 miles, Poor things! Told the owner they wanted more space, water & were afraid of 2 foxes. Found out afterwards that the flock of 24 had been wiped out by foxes. Owner was amazed.
Luceat Lux
Luceat Lux 2 жыл бұрын
When my cat, Patches, died. I was crying my eyes out and she was in my syster's arms, as she sat down on a chair. When I kneeled down, she stretched out her paw to put it on my arm and stared at me right in my eyes, purring, for a mintue stright. It was soul crushingly sad. I keep wondering how i could've avoided her getting kidney disease. i wish there was a place where i could go to interact with friendly animals in life... i can't have any of my own because my apt won't let me. But I crave interaction with animals.
Christine Ribone
Christine Ribone 5 ай бұрын
@Luceat Lux; Volunteer or visit the animal shelters. They need people that love animals
Martin Killips
Martin Killips 5 ай бұрын
My mother had two dogs. When one of them died and he was buried in the garden, the remaining dog would not only lie on his lost companion's grave but also took biscuits from his own food bowl and dropped them on the grave of his friend for many years afterwards. Is it proof of empathy? I know not, but it does show the surviving dog knew something about the grave and his lost kennel mate and was willing to share his food - a very un-doglike behaviour.
victoria caropreso
victoria caropreso 5 ай бұрын
Thank you so much for this beautiful film explaining the bond and communication we’ve lost and found from so long of existence. It bring tears of joy to my heart , because I love animals so much. They are pure at heart, vulnerable, and pure of intentions.❤️💜💝
TheDriftwoodlover
TheDriftwoodlover 5 ай бұрын
Beautifully filmed. So much so I had to rewind to listen again to what was being said.
Joan Holland
Joan Holland 5 ай бұрын
So many beautiful things about this video ! The sound of the birds the flowers the very setting of this farm. Layla is an amazing person who can describe everything ti a T. I follow all her videos about her conversation with animals and just find them so interesting! Looking forward to many more!❤️
Dena Price
Dena Price 5 ай бұрын
Love her work! I too pray that the world will someday have equal ability for humans to be able to communicate and feel what animals feel. I know that this is true from my own experiences. Blessings to you for sharing this into her for her work! 🙏❣️🥰 The only side note is I wish the video included what she found out from the kitty that sits at his master's grave everyday. We all know but it would have been nice to have her speaking to what the kitty said to her.
Vilma Hill
Vilma Hill 5 ай бұрын
I love this documentary. I am so glad that someone thought of making it to make humans aware of the animals feelings and thought. I have been aware of the sensitivities of animals and of their intelligence. I have always spoken in their defense and have try to tell people so they can become aware. It is that nonsense idea from humans of seeing themselves above animals that blocks them from opening their minds to the truth that animals are our brothers and sisters. This documentary makes me very happy and touches me deeply. Thank you
natureboy tom
natureboy tom 5 ай бұрын
This is amazingly beautiful. I have a mate who has Broma Cows that Ive been connecting with. They are so responsive to my thinking and emotions. They now come up to me, let me massage and brush them and it is so much a part of my weekly activities. I LOVE it. Better than humans.
Esther  RingtheGack
Esther RingtheGack 5 ай бұрын
Animals are endlessly fascinating! My parents were farmers in Australia and they said their cattle when returning from another paddock would always return in the same formation ie they had a set order/ hierarchy of who went first, second etc
Gary Smith
Gary Smith 4 ай бұрын
OMG! What an incredibly beautiful, profound and touching nature experience! Beyond worthwhile to watch and connect with every moment of this excellent video!
Silverdoe26 M
Silverdoe26 M 5 ай бұрын
The ferns at 45:14 is so heavenly. Just like the entire video. A Gift 💚 thank you for sharing this.
Kathryn Roberts
Kathryn Roberts 4 ай бұрын
Animals feel the same as we do and have more compassion than most humans ever thought of having.
Culvea Solvere
Culvea Solvere 2 жыл бұрын
Pet owners who are aware of their pets needs and wants, know that yes they have intelligence and yes they have emotions. I have had pets my whole life and not once did I ever misunderstand my furry family members. They are complex creatures and deep creatures.
Fobile Moan
Fobile Moan 5 ай бұрын
I can't wait to have cats again, they are muses.
Marge Rosychuk
Marge Rosychuk 5 ай бұрын
I Truly believe that is So True
MrLaTEchno
MrLaTEchno Жыл бұрын
Beautiful video beautifully explained with good advice. As a dog lover, I can say with certainty that when we give the animal the attention it needs to feel happy at every point in their life, a bond actually develops. I don't believe in “Boss Training” ... what I firmly believe is that if you can give your friend the freedom they need every piece of the puzzle will fall into place, ie your friend will put the work to give you what you need ....... only then will there be an inseparable bond that will last a lifetime. [I have experience with the Chow-Chow for 40 years now and always let my dog ​​[s] lead when it comes to freedom where both of us feel good over time.] ... in those 40 years we have more animal species each with a great feeling of contact over and over again ....... honesty makes me tell there was one species I couldn't work with [dog] Husky it was up to me, I had to give it to another.
Esha Merita
Esha Merita 5 ай бұрын
I really think it's almost cruel that you didn't speak about your perception while communicating with the cat in the cemetery 🙈😂 Having let go the indignation moment, just perfection. Thank you for this transmission of love and remembrance to that amazing angelic Lemurian sister. Such a peaceful mastery 🤗♥️
Jenn Hutchinson
Jenn Hutchinson Жыл бұрын
This makes me want to attempt to communicate with my dog in such a way. It's funny watching this and correlating it to my relationship with my dog...my family always tells me my dog is the spitting image of me, behaviorally. Oddly, my dog is afraid of EVERYTHING- walks, car rides, other dogs, other people, his own shadow--i mean you name it, he's afraid of it. I don't look at myself as being so afraid, but when I really think about HOW I DO feel, in reality, I do worry about everything. I have always said if I could have it my way I would stay in bed watching Netflix. I have unreal anxiety that causes panic attacts and I wish I could crawl under a rock and hide 99% of the time. So I think he senses my anxiety and worry. Which makes me feel bad that my problems impact his life so drastically.
Sasha West
Sasha West 5 ай бұрын
I absolutely loved this 💗🙏thankyou !! I have a rat story from years ago to prove the theory and have an extremely sensitive dog who is only 2 but has some issues related to me, he can literally feel my pain I swear and is always there for me and understand and fully relate to see the horse issue as trained horses myself for many years .. horses and animals have literally saved my life and I even have a thing with birds too just wild ones .I miss my horses so much and yes I've had a tragic childhood and many life experiences 💔 😪 to relate to why my animals are the way they are with me .. this is beautiful and I will keep working on being confident and happy and not a feeling of abandonment which lays heavy in my heart to help the animals in my life shine ✨ so we shall be together ❤ they mean the world to me ...
Linda Casey
Linda Casey 2 жыл бұрын
If anyone thinks that animals don't have feelings, they are sorely mistaken. I have had countless pets and all of them have literally kept me alive through their empathy.💖
Something Bright
Something Bright 5 ай бұрын
Beautiful sentient beings. Just because they communicate differently, we all think they are dumber. I've always said animals are more intelligent that we can ever understand.
Bearifiable Pau ʕ•ᴥ•ʔ
Bearifiable Pau ʕ•ᴥ•ʔ 5 ай бұрын
I was touched by the animals' stories and sensitivities. More so with the dog who waited on his owner to pass away. Thank you for this gift of a video.
Jewels Mickey
Jewels Mickey 5 ай бұрын
I always love to see people who genuinely love & care for animals. Wow! Power on! They need somebody to speak for them.
Piper Harvey
Piper Harvey Жыл бұрын
OUTSTANDING!!!! Thank you for the work you are doing. Much value to the entire planet and our truest, purest experience on the planet as a collective. I appreciate you so much! ⭐️✨⭐️
Nancy Smith
Nancy Smith 5 ай бұрын
It is so wonderful that communications are opening up more and more. We are becoming more sensitive and aware as humanity evolves and the oneness of all life is becoming known to us, slowly and surely. Thank you for this story it is so exciting and deeply moving us all forward into a more awakened state of compassion and ❤️ Love. We are One
Oh Sugar!
Oh Sugar! 6 ай бұрын
Gosh, seems like re-incarnation. The animals have all the same emotions & feelings as humans. How they can read a persons feelings or intent. I had a dog that was very upset when I had a contractor come to my property to provide an estimate for work. My dog would not stop barking at him, she would not allowing him to get close to me. I asked the man to leave my property immediately.
Elizabeth Connelly
Elizabeth Connelly 2 жыл бұрын
How can anyone "Thumbs Down" this video?
Barbara Dellis
Barbara Dellis 3 ай бұрын
It seems our pets reflect our own personalities, and they are absolutely the best teachers for us on how to transition. They are precious to humans. Happy days ahead when we all understand this.
Marisa A Montalto
Marisa A Montalto 3 ай бұрын
Wow, what a great video, so glad that these animal owners are so accepting of this new type of thinking! I have had telepathic conversations with people so I know it exists and it is an amazing feeling. This wonderful lady is so needed in this world where there is little respect for animals especially amongst those that garner profit from animals, like puppy farms. Even the meat industry treats its animals inhumanely and think just before they are going to die they don't need to treated gently or kindly. It is all about the money. That is the time they are even more intuitive, such a shame and I imagine it is run by men mainly.
Mary Uline
Mary Uline 5 ай бұрын
Bless this man who cares enough has empathy and understanding to help all of these animals in need.
Rahab Von-Horn
Rahab Von-Horn 5 ай бұрын
I've tried watching this! @12 mins in, I'm crying, some of the animals look so sad. I have sense this is gonna be a long time to get through it.
Alice
Alice 5 ай бұрын
I seem to be able to communicate with all of the Cats I have had. I tell my husband this and he just laughs about what I say but I always know what they want because they tell me. They can do so much more than we can do. They know us so much better than we know them.
Stephen Diego Martin
Stephen Diego Martin Жыл бұрын
Oh ,my dearest Laila. Such a blessing to see you in this beautiful and enlightened documentary.
JT King
JT King 5 ай бұрын
I lost my skepticism that animals could have empathy when my wife's mother passed away. My wife was hysterical and collapsed to the floor crying and wailing. Our beagle went to her side as she had never before done. In the past my wife had angry outburst that terrified our dog and she would come to me seeking protection. But the dog knew the difference somehow and she tried to comfort my wife by being by her side. I realized then that animals are far more perceptive and emotionally intelligent than I ever imagined possible.
Daniela Haering
Daniela Haering 3 ай бұрын
I also do animal communication, for more than 10 years now, and I 'just' can say YES to all in this movie. 🥰
Donna Brown
Donna Brown 5 ай бұрын
For years I heard animals don’t have emotions, just instinct but so many stories have come out about lasting bonds between humans and animals. I’m glad there’s a new way of thinking
star light
star light 5 ай бұрын
Wow that's amazing. Just like Dr. Doolittle #LailaDelMonte Emotions, feelings, images. 4:30 dog 8:30 cat 10:15 euthanasia 13:15 difference between us and animals 16:05 cow 🐮 22:00 monkey 38:20 crow 48:05 horse
Eleanor Rouxel
Eleanor Rouxel 5 ай бұрын
This was a very emotional film for me. I completely understand this and can totally relate because of my dealings with my own pets through the years. They are so empathic and loyal. All you need to do is to take care of them and love them and they will love you back even more. To all my pets, George, Buddy. Dutchess. Misty, Cat and Shyla......THANK YOU!!!!!
Mum O
Mum O 5 ай бұрын
My son has cardiac disease, when he is about to become ill my cat won't leave his side. I always take it as a warning. It's saved his life twice. Same cat use to lay on my pregnant stomach as if he knew something was wrong long before diagnosis!
Sarah Dowe
Sarah Dowe Жыл бұрын
wish my dog could live as long as me, miss her so much, she could feel when i was stressed and happy, she was a beautiful black Labrador called Tilly, even now i can feel her.
Pedro Cole
Pedro Cole Жыл бұрын
This cat is hanging onto the memories and the only love and appreciation he has ever known. He will continue to visit the grave until someone else shows him the same care, love and compassion his human did. My heart breaks for his loss
JTuaim
JTuaim 5 ай бұрын
So, I'm not crazy after all. I did my childhood in wild fields and have had many experiences with our wild brothers and sisters. I knew they had their own language. This was in the fifties back when animal cruelty was rampant. I swam with muskrats and enjoyed the company of rabbits frogs and snakes. I still listen to birds and understand when they're calling for mates, claiming territory, or singling danger. I've never been threatened by any animal except for dogs rarely. I love this video and I hope others are inspired by it. Nature is so precious. It's our duty to preserve it.
Carmen Ana
Carmen Ana 5 ай бұрын
Omg that's so heartbreaking 😭💔💔💔 I know that animals have much emotions and they can grieve too like humans 💖
LPeskoran
LPeskoran 5 ай бұрын
This is an incredible documentary. Thank you.
Lysa S
Lysa S 2 жыл бұрын
This is so very important I wish it was taught in schools and was everywhere in main stream media. Surely PBS would be interested in the U.S. Please try to get this film out there more. I think millions could be transformed by it. Laila is a miracle and a wonder though I bet she wouldn’t say so. This is so moving. I hope the horse was told very clearly and distinctly how deeply he is loved and that he will always have a home there along with all the others. Please talk to factory farm animals for us too.
Lysa S
Lysa S 4 ай бұрын
@Elizabeth Osborne Yes Elizabeth The cost of ice cream!!! 🥺😰😰😰 🐄 🐮🐮such gentle loving creatures, tearing mothers from baby’s 😰
Elizabeth Osborne
Elizabeth Osborne 4 ай бұрын
Yes, the elephant in the room is how much farmed animals, especially factory farmed and animals at the slaughterhouses must feel.
Marcelle Pesek
Marcelle Pesek 5 ай бұрын
@S M Hi, dear friend. I've been enraged and sick with grief for years for the horrible mistreatment of animals due to our ignorant arrogance. We think we have the right to do anything to them, regardless how much suffering we cause! Thanks to more videos and folks filming their experiences with these creatures, we might at last get to the point of re-establishing what we lost along the way. Please, all those who have such videos and who can, get in touch with the relevant groups who fight for animal justice and send petitions to those who can make and enforce laws to bring change for the better. We need to let the public know more, so we can take proper care of those who need our help. Thank you. God bless all who work towards a higher understanding between us all.
S M
S M 2 жыл бұрын
Lysa S it's horrifying to think of factory farm animals and animals confined and killed for our consumption. Makes me ill to think of it.
Rachel Sauer
Rachel Sauer 2 жыл бұрын
I really enjoyed watching this. What great information 💜
Linda B
Linda B 3 ай бұрын
This video, is truly amazing. She is so clever. And I do believe this is true. Animals are a lot more aware than we think they are.
Foxy Cat
Foxy Cat 5 ай бұрын
At first, I was arrogant and brushed aside this segment as ridiculous. Then as I sat in peace and watched it longer, it reminded me of how I naturally connect to animals on an everyday basis, yet it never really occurred to me the importance of it all. Thank you for putting perspective back into my life, and eating a lot of humble pie (and a touch of humility) back into my life.
tiffsaver
tiffsaver 2 жыл бұрын
I own a Miniature Schnauzer, and he's the love of my life, especially after my wife died. One day when I was feeling particularly low, after watching this, I began talking to him, like I was talking to an old friend, in reassuring tones, full of love. Although he didn't understand my words, the way he looked at me, I realized that he understood my INTENTIONS, and my emotions, directed toward him. I think there is really something to this!! God bless you.
Mo inmt
Mo inmt 2 жыл бұрын
Yes, that bible passage has really hurt animals and our ability to communicate with them. They have empathy, emotions, and they morn the loss of things they are attached to, and, like us, sometimes it never goes away for them. I had a horse that we'd had from 18 months old. He actually told me when he was going to die, and how. We were considering putting him down. He was 29 years old and had some issues. I stood with him for about 1/2 an hour with my head on his neck, and asked him what he wanted. It came pouring out. He said, I want one more summer of green grass and running with the herd, then I will go myself. In the next fall, I went to the pasture, and there he was laying under a big shade tree. He had passed in his own time, when he said he would, and peacefully. All our other horses stood around him guarding his dead body, and saying goodbye. After they saw us coming, they dispersed and gave us room, but not too far. When we had to leave to make arrangements, they all went back again and stood by him. I was so happy for that communication, and that he died naturally and in his own time. No fear or any kind of violence, like terrible euthanasia drugs, or bullets. We ALL have this ability. Open your mind, quiet your soul, and trust your impressions.
Lucie Marinov
Lucie Marinov 3 ай бұрын
This is a very beautiful and touching post, had me in tears, reminds me of the loss of one of my horses and how his two mare friends cried for him, I still have the pictures, it was about 2 years ago. Thank you for sharing this with us!
Cris S
Cris S 3 ай бұрын
The Bible passage was wrongly cited, we are meant to be good stewards not usurpers. As you know, people eat animals in all parts of the world, but because of those who understand correctly the Bible passage, we have animal rights in the West not in other parts of the world. Value what you have!
Sandra Raasoch
Sandra Raasoch 4 ай бұрын
@Rosa Garcia hi
H. Chappelle
H. Chappelle 4 ай бұрын
There are some Bible passages that say nice things about animals. "For to him that is joined to all the living there is hope: for a living dog is better than a dead lion." (KJV Ecclesiastes 9:4).
Amie Cicciarello
Amie Cicciarello 5 ай бұрын
@Fist Sticks I agree. There are Giraffes and Lions in the world. I happen to be a lion in the shape of a human..in short I love to eat meat. And everything to be honest.
Sheila Kirby
Sheila Kirby 5 ай бұрын
WHAT AN AMAZING SOUL THIS MAN HAS !!! GOD BLESS YOU SIR.
martin smith
martin smith 2 жыл бұрын
"Feeling at the end of the stick", "Touching Through", a not very much studied subject, Gregory Bateson mentioned it when he asked, "Where does the sense of self of a blind man with a stick end?" & Eutony a body therapy goes into it somewhat.
Alma Bayomi
Alma Bayomi 5 ай бұрын
I really enjoyed this film. Made me think a little bit different about my dogs. Sometimes I wonder what they really are thinking. I just know that I love them.
prasit supkosarak
prasit supkosarak 4 ай бұрын
amazing, unbelievable, quite exciting and truelt experience from her soul.
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