...It could have to do with the Ear Chakra!
I think one of my favourite little quirks of Scout (I have many...) is that her ears are just way too big for her cute little frame! She's so expressive with them, one is always flopped, and she has these wild little tufts that fly in the wind. Fun little fact, did you know that Scout has a tattoo of a heart in one of her ears? I knew the amazing techs that did her spay really well, and they offered to do a little heart while she was getting her registration tattoo!
Anyway. I'm totally getting sidetracked.
It was actually one of my little furry friends that inspired this blog! I've recently learned more about the other Chakras in our bodies (YES! We have more than just the seven major ones!) and found it interesting that one in particular came up in a session for one of my furry coworkers.
This particular pup that I've been working with has had some, to put it bluntly, issues with listening. She is a rescue pup, and although her mom is one of the most amazing pup trainers, having an unknown past like that does make things more difficult. One of the first things that came up as a priority was... drum roll please... her Ear Chakras!
So, along with the seven major Chakras in our body, we also have twenty-one minor Chakras. Some are little extensions of the major ones (the Chakras in your hands, for example, are an extension of the Heart Chakra!), and some have their own unique, wonderful qualities.
The Chakras that are found in our ears are quite interesting, as they are responsible for the sense of hearing, but also your clairaudient abilities (Clairaudience happens to be my strongest sense- when I'm in session I don't "see" things, I "hear" them!). When your ear Chakras are in balance, they help you perceive messages how they were intended, keep your clairaudient abilities strong, as well as support the physiological function of hearing.
However, in the case for our little furry friend, her Chakras were out of balance, making it difficult for her to hear, cause her to misinterpret information (or selectively hear), and have a poor understanding of what is being said. Having this tapped out took a huge load off her fur-mom as well, knowing that there was a reasonable explanation to the lack of communication with her pup.
From a human perspective, I know you've all heard it. You're in an argument with someone, and it seems like you both hear completely different things. "You said this!" "No I didn't!" and it goes on and on... Sean certainly does NOT know what this is like! (Ha...ha...ha...)
If you feel like your ear Chakras need some love, you can also look in to traits of the Throat Chakra, as the two are connected! (Read more here, I just love her blog!)
Until next time, Happy Hearing!