Meditation for Pets: Cookie’s Story

We have a cat, her name is Cookie. Cookie is very independent and usually keeps to herself. The majority of the time she just ignores us.
When we meditate Cookie seems to know. It does not matter where in the house she is and how quiet we are being, she knows. Cookie just shows up and wants to hang out. If the door is closed she will throw her weight into the door until it opens. She wants to be in the room with us. It is like she can feel the vibrations! She tries to climb up onto our laps. She purrs and climbs up and onto the bed. She climbs all over us and will continue unless she is acknowledge with much petting. If you try to clear the left channel she always jumps off the bed and tries to pet herself with your hand!! She is so happy and loud (purring) she will not leave us alone. We are sure she is a Sahaja cat!!  :-)) “

The above  story was shared by our friend Liz from our Burlington Sahaja Yoga Meditation class.

Enjoy another testimonial from Liz (about the miracle of wishes coming true!) here.

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7 Responses to “Meditation for Pets: Cookie’s Story”

  1. Andra says:

    Cookie is so cute, sweet as a cookie. What a big smile, it melts your heart.

  2. purnima says:

    yeah it is loving and amazing to see animals so receptive of vibrations

    in a similar manner our dog at home just barks off people he doesnt like and allows all yogis with nice vibrations in without even moving an inch…as if saying…”don’t get afraid,,i wont mind you at all,,c’mon now you can give me a pat”

    and just doesnt let any of us meditate or sb in the lawn

  3. Barbara says:

    My cat is Sophia. Sophia loves vibrations. She spends her days lying in front of Shri Matajis photo. Twice she has saved me from danger. Once from snake that was in my bathroom. The second time from a funnel web that was on my verandah. Of course when we are mediatating she climbs onto the lap and purrrrrrs

  4. amanda says:

    We have a lovely zebra finch called Eric. When he’s let out of his cage he will fly to a picture of Shri Mataji playing a musical instrument and hover in front of the picture. When we moved the picture to the other side of the room, he still did so. He’s a very long lived finch now, many years over what their lifetime should be!

  5. Elsie Kuly says:

    Animals are wonderful and very smart. Cookie is an example of this. She is tuned in to Sahaja Yoga too. Howeverful I believe that cats (and dogs) have healing capabilities and a book has been written about this

    A charming story about a delightful cat.

  6. Jos Boven says:

    A few years ago we had a hunting dog. His name was ‘Zippy'(?). Every morning, when I started meditation at about 5 o’Clock, het climbed on my knees and stayed there absolutely quiet for an hour … which was not his habit.
    He obviously liked to meditate with Shri Mataji!

  7. Sahaj says:

    Great story, I have seen so many pets with great understanding of divinity, I am sure Cookie is one of them.

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