The origin of Dogs and their representation in the world.Dogs are thought to be man’s best friend and indeed they are. However this is not their origin; oh no dear friends. Dogs were man’s worst enemies. They had to be tamed and made to co-habit. They did not want to co-habit for they were quite healthy and cosy within the limitations of their being. However all of this had to change if they were to become loving, gentle and mild creatures capable of change. For it is ‘change’ which governs this and all planetary abodes. And this is just what did happen for the dog family. They allowed themselves to be domesticated for the sake of their evolution. Yes, this is indeed what occurred many, many eons ago. The dog has represented in yet another way, the idiosyncrasies of man. He has embodied the various intricacies of man’s travail. His journey has been coupled with the power of mirroring man and his actions. Yes, this is indeed truth. He (the dog) has mirrored man. He embodies many, many, many of man’s emotions, his needs, his wants, his actions. Following are just some of the energies inherent within the dog family which mirror man. Indeed when man chooses a particular dog as his companion he unconsciously draws to himself his own embodiment in the form of a dog. It needs to be noted that were a dog to have been mothered, fathered by two or more differing types of dog, one must note the characteristics of both or all of the known breeds within this coupling to ascertain the many characteristics which their choice has to offer. Pleasant reading. If you would like to see your favourites in our directories you can send a request. (The following reflections are yet to be ‘updated’ …. …Alaskan Malamute updated Feb 2012) Affenpinscher Hello there! Good to see you’re up and about. Glad to see you’re well. Lovely weather! Afghan Here we go loop de loop. Here we go loop de li. Here we go loop de loop. All on a Saturday night! Airedale Terrier So what’s good! So who cares? Go away. Akita So you got my number and suddenly everything’s fine; water under the bridge. Maybe, but I don’t forgive and forget. Alaskan Malamute (Listen while you read)
Tireless; that’s what they say. Bloody tireless. Why can’t they see that’s not me? (We have a job to do and it will be done… Yeah! Is that what you think? Do you really think that I want to be doing, doing, doing constantly over and over again? Really? No, I don’t want to be ‘tireless’; I’m not tireless. I tire just like everybody. I’m not tireless. How many times do I need to say this? I’m not tireless!!! Ahhhhhhhhh; that feels better. Please understand that I want to please; I want to make all things good for you; however, I’m not superman. No, I’m not. I’m just me; just like everybody else that you see walkin’ about. That’s right. Just like everyone else…. ‘Bout time you saw that; don’t you think? Then maybe you’d not expect quite so much of me. That’s all I ask. Don’t expect quite so much of me. I’m happy to do my share; absolutely…. Happy to do even a little bit more than my share. But, lay off me once in a while, will you? Yeah; just recognise my need for a little rest, a little peace and quiet…. Thanks; I really do appreciate this…..!Well my dear friend, I’m glad to help. It’s not often that an energy thanks me. I have been feeling an overwhelming compassion for this personality because, even though it is so willing to assist, its help is often ‘expected’ and not appreciated.
I appreciate you Malamute personality, and I assure you I will see to it (if ever I come in contact with you) that I’ll remember your misunderstood nature.)
American Eskimo DogLighten up, lighten up. The load’s never too heavy to bear. We can do it, you and I. You know what they say. ‘A load shared, is a load halved’. Lighten up! Lighten up! Anglo Francais Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. All is well so be of good cheer. Appenzell A little crazy. So you think I’m a little crazy. Could be…………could be……. Australian Cattle Dog (Blue Heeler) Over the fence; lift off the garbage can lid; saunter down the street. “Hey you. Got any bread?” No use staying here, there’s nothing to do. But up there; yeah; that might do…….. Wait about a bit…….Maybe in an hour they’ll rise and see me. But why wait for them when there’s so much to do. Australian Kelpie Pick me up. Go on. Pick me up. Aghhhhh, you said ya would. Go on. Pick me up! Australian Silky Terrier You’ve got an ankle. I’m gonna bite it. You ready? Here I come. I like to warn my opponents in advance. Then —— K I L L . Australian Terrier No I won’t………………………………………………..! Stick a sock in it……………………………………………! I SAID NO, NNNNNN…….OOOOOO……. SPELLS N O ….. NO ….. AND THAT’S FINAL… DAMN……. NOOOOOOOOOO……. They always want the last say! N O. N O. N O. THAT’S IT… NOOOOOO….. RIGHT…..THAT’S IT…..Settled. I’m pretty good at it when I make up my mind. Yeah…….Pretty Good…..Yeah….. Once I make up my mind I’m pretty good; yeah….. I’ve got to make up my mind and then I’m pretty good; yeah…… Yeah, once I do that I’m pretty good; yeah….. yeah….. Yeah…..Pretty good; yeah……Pretty good. Once I’ve made up my mind………… Yeah………………….. The updated reflections can be found here