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Do pets stay alive based on humans’ needs?

[Excerpt from TT: 2009-07-13]

[Question] I understand that animal companions are extremely connected to the human they are with, but do they ever stay (alive) past what they would choose based on the humans needs? And if so, what effect would that have on the animal?

[Michael Entity] No. When an animal companion is “done,” he or she or it is done. If there is still life, it is because the life is not over. For animal companions who are developing the Emotional Center, the experience of a lengthy process of aging can bring tremendous evolution to that Center. Not only for the animal, but for the caretaker.

Animal Communications

[Excerpt from TT: 2008-11-09]

“Hands Across” Technique

[Excerpt from TT: 2004-08-05]

[Question] I was wondering about the hands across technique for centering. I was curious about some examples.

[MEntity] The “hands across” technique, as some of our channels refer to it, is the process of utilizing the positive pole of the Overleaf that shares an axis with your original Overleaf… as a means to move that original Overleaf out of the negative pole. For instance:

How does Centering affect memory?

[Excerpt from TT: 2001-12-06]

[MaryBV] How does centering affect memory?

[Michael_Entity] ALL Centers have their form of Memory in storage and retrieval.

The Intellect stores and retrieves memory in the form of Thoughts, Ideas, and is Visually interpreted.

The Emotional memories are stored and retrieved in the form what are commonly understood as Feelings, Emotions, and are Aurally interpreted.

The Moving stores and retrieves its memories in the forms of Health, Activity, and are Sensually interpreted.

Each Center does affect how events are remembered; especially in the mixture of the Centering with the Part.

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