Several years back, my partner and I are staying at a house in Colorado. We are being hosted by a lovely couple in a huge “mansion” type house several miles back a gravel lane in the mountainous woods.
The wife is a soft, loving, artist, on the verge of being successful; however, must keep nursing to support them. The husband had quit his job, and is making attempts to be a motivational speaker.
We begin discussing what Ahowan teaches in our Ceremonial Workshops. How basically how ALL Animals mirror to us what we think, feel, believe, and vibrate at, whether we are conscious of it or not.
The man begins sharing with us how he had gone hunting in Alaska with a friend of his. He said witnessed a Bear swatting Its Cub ferociously, drawing blood, and that Bears are not good Mothers, they are vicious, aggressive, and very bossy. The Bear Cub had just wandered off a ways from the Mother, and was giving an unnecessary scolding, in his opinion. He asked, “What does that say about me?”
Before answering, his wife spoke up, sharing how she believes they are very caring, loving, and not at all threatening. She proceeds to tell us her story of walking in the woods, without a gun, (stopping to apologize to her husband for not listening to him) and came upon two Cubs. The one Cub climbed up a Tree, while the other ran towards Its Mother. As the Mother came approaching, she slowly back up a distance from the Tree. The Mother called out. The Cub climbed down and ran towards Its Mother.
She stated she never felt threaten, that it felt very peaceful and caring. She was glad she did not have the gun because it may have been a different experience with that energy. She showed us her brass statue of the Bear and Cubs that she was inspired to create from the experience, the very intention of why she went into the woods.
After her husband scolded her, for going into the woods without the gun, my partner and I spoke three simple words, “There you go.”
The discussion came to halt, and was not mentioned again the entire week, unless the husband was not around.
Does that make either of them bad or good? NO, it just means that is how Spirit is role-playing through them at this time. And if we see something that we do not like, when we awaken to it, we can change it.
Nature mirrors to us, exactly what we need to see about ourselves. That is how the Laws of the Universe work……..That is how the Animals are “Man’s Best Friend.” They cannot lie, put on false faces, they are simply Pure.
They do what they do because that is how much the Animals love us and want to Awaken to our True Self.
So, the question goes to you, “What do you think of Bear?”