Thursday, May 30, 2013

Energy Healing Wolf...and Some Ducks

Hello everyone!  The video I have chosen for this post is a beautiful and incredible story which I hope you will all enjoy as much as I have!  It is a 6 minute video that will touch your heart.  Enjoy!

The photos I am sharing today are ones I took on my nature park walk a couple of weeks ago.  You just need to click on the images to see a larger view.


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17 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness Linda. This video is phenomenal! what a wonderful place for these wild animals to end up and be cared for with such kindness.
    Funny thing, tomorrow I have an appointment with my 'energy therapist'. She works on my innate energy to heal itself.
    Thanks for this.

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  2. The ducks are so cute and make me smile to see them. They just radiate the sunshine of the season! Very interesting video about healing energy - - - don't know that I have been aware of that practice. I do think that animals know who can be trusted.

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  3. I enjoyed the video so much! I love wolves--I'm fascinated by them, and it was so interesting to see the healing work. You featured whales the other day in another video--you're sharing some of my favorite animals! :-)

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  4. Great movie. The ducks seem so contented.

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  5. Oh I love the little white duckie! You take the nicest pictures.

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  6. Dear Linda - what an awesome video. Thank you so much for sharing it. I especially thought how wonderful Apricot took to her treatment - to think she would want to willingly get up on the massage table. Your ducks are a delight too. Is the dark one a wood duck? Have a beautiful day.

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  7. What a cute little duck, Linda, with a crown on his head !
    Lie(f)s.

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  8. I think I saw this wolf on T.V. or somewhere. Looks like the ducks may be nesting.

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  9. takk for at du deler med oss :-)
    god helg, dirk

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  10. Fascinating video. Nice little topknot on the duck.

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  11. The duck in your first photo is so perfectly white! It's hard to believe these animals live outdoors. I have trouble keeping my shirt white for more than five minutes :)

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  12. That white duck sure has a great hairdresser (feather dresser ?). Beautiful animal in the video.

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  13. amazing video, and quite inspirational as we head into the weekend =) i love your photo of the first duck, with that cute little tuft of feathers on its head! and it manages to stay so clean and pristine and perfectly white! :D

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  14. That white duck is so gorgeously clean and fluffy - lovely!

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  15. What a fantastic hairdo on the white duck! :-)

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  16. I truly enjoyed the video. Thanks so much for sharing it. I love those pom pom headed ducks. They are so adorable!

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