Every animal and human are given Free Will by our Creator. Understanding free will gives us the awareness to choose what thoughts, actions and beliefs to have in each moment. There is no one inside our mind telling us to make a certain decision, take a particular action or voice an opinion or thought. We have FREE WILL to choose what we say and do and therefore must accept the responsibility.
Throughout history, generation to generation, mankind has been conditioned with beliefs and opinions “society” has deemed acceptable. Society is NOT a governing entity that makes policy, it is only the opinions, thoughts and beliefs of more than one person. These beliefs are steeped in keeping people feeling separate, biased and in a mindset of them against us.
Most people have experienced being unaccepted, unloved, unappreciated, possible feelings of not being smart enough, political, religious and cultural differences, beliefs and practices.
Each of us is an individual expressing life through our own perceptions based from our own experiences.
Animals Are Without An Ego
Animals do not possess an ego like humans do. Animals are free to live in the moment. They are not interested in what time it is; what street they are on, how much money their person has, or what day of the week it is. Animals enjoy teaching humans to live in the moment, to let go of all of the restrictions that come with living within time frames, deadlines and to love unconditionally.
Animals Enjoy Free Will
Observe your animal friends; they use free will all the time. If they are tired, they sleep, if they are hungry, they eat or ask to be fed, if they want to play, they play. Not one thing is predetermined or pre-planned, it is all about what feels good to them right then in that NOW moment. They want to teach us to live in the NOW, have fun, enjoy life and share the love. They love us unconditionally, without prejudice or judgment.
Free Will Example
If I were to ask you how old are you and you answer over 30. The truth is you are 39, and you chose not to reveal your real age. You exercised your free will answering what you wanted me to know, it is not a lie, you are over 30. I accept what you tell me as the truth without question and when I talk with the animals, I accept what they are saying as the truth. They are sharing what they want you to know in that moment. They are not lying, but sometimes they want their person to look outside their normal way of thinking and discover a new way of doing something or to make a change in behavior. Your animal may have taken on the role of teacher to help guide you to the answer.
As an example, I may ask them to show me where they are at this moment that I am speaking with them. Perhaps what they show or share may have happened hours, days, weeks or months ago or could be only part of what happened because animals live in the Universal NOW moment. When you hear what they shared, you have the free will to believe them or not.
Free Will Experiment
I invite you to imagine what your life would be like if you were to remove time limits. Ask yourself how will I feel without time limits? Lighter? More alive? Free? I invite you to take a few moments and explore your feelings about having free will. Ask yourself what am I passionate about? If I could do anything what would it be, and what actions steps can I take that will bring this to me? The more you allow yourself to focus on what you do want in your life, the closer you come to realizing it.
The feelings of I HAVE TO or I NEED TO are your inner self-saying that you are not doing what you really enjoy or want to do. Most people do not enjoy the work that they do, it is only a way to earn money. The job feels unfulfilling, perhaps a drudgery and the person feels uninspired. The weekends become the highlight of the week so that they can have fun and do what they love to do.
I cannot force any animal or person to tell the complete truth. I am not accountable for any free will thought, belief, perception or action that is spoken or taken by anyone other than myself.
© Copyrighted by Suzi Dalling 2016