Dog psychology: How blocks and bad beliefs can spread to your faithful friend
Dog psychology: Blockages and bad beliefs in our own subconscious can also affect our pets.
There is more than just a visible bond in our relationship with our beloved animals. It is a subtle, almost invisible connection that lies deep in the subconscious, in the mysterious world of emotions and energy. Just like us, our four-legged friends have their own feelings, needs and concerns. But do you realize that their subconscious can also be vulnerable to blockages and bad beliefs, just like ours?
Here we enter the field of fascinating work with the subconscious, including a technique known as "mirroring." This technique is based on the idea that our subconscious mind is like a mirror, reflecting our beliefs, emotions and behaviors. If there are blockages or beliefs in our subconscious that lead to discomfort, nervousness or anxiety, they can also affect our pets.
Dog psychology - the relationship between the owner and the dog
We often accompany our pets in various moments of life - from joyful moments of fun to difficult situations they go through. In this process, our emotions, thoughts and beliefs may unconsciously seep into their subconscious. For example, our fear of something new or unfamiliar, if not understood and processed, may be transferred to the pet, causing anxiety or stress.
Dog psychology: blocks and bad beliefs in our subconscious can also affect our pets.
This can be similar to the snowball effect - our internal emotions and beliefs can grow and be transferred to the pet, causing discomfort or behavior that is inconsistent with its natural state. For example, our own insecurities or low self-esteem can penetrate a pet's subconscious, affecting its self-confidence or relationships with other animals. Dog psychology is important to communicate well with your pet.
That's why it's so important to take care not only of our own mental health, but also of the mental health of our pets. Working with the subconscious, like the mirror technique, can help us understand which beliefs and emotions may be transferred to the pet and how we can change them. It is a path to shared healing that benefits both us and our faithful friends.
Emotional blocks and dog behavior
Research shows that an owner's emotional blocks can influence the dog's behavior. Dogs can sense our tensions, stresses and negative emotions. This may lead to fear, aggression or problems with socialization. Therefore, it is important that we start paying attention to our own emotions and their impact on our pet.
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